Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary essential oil is steam distilled from the flowering tips of the rosemarinus officinalis herb which often grows by the sea. It is believed to have been used in funeral rites since Roman times.

Very popular in modern day cooking, this wonderful herb also has a place in bath and body applications, such as essential oil scent blends used in handmade soap.

Rosemary Essential Oil Properties

  • Often used for dry and mature skin, wrinkles, acne, dandruff, eczema, headaches and as an effective insect repellent. 
Rosemary
  • A great addition to a handmade shampoo bar as it cleans oily hair very well. 
  • Usually clear to pale yellow in colour and has a strong, fresh, woody herbal scent.
  • Is said to stimulate hair growth, cell renewal and reduce the appearance of varicose veins. 
  • Is generally non-toxic but is not suitable for epileptics, those with hypertension and pregnant women. 
  • Blends well with citrus oils, herbal oils, lavender, eucalyptus, cinnamon, citronella,  pine, pepper, peppermint, bergamot, ginger, cedarwood, petitgrain, tea tree and frankincense.

This information is provided for reference use only and is not meant to substitute the advice of a licensed health care professional.

Rosemary Essential Oil Blends

  • 1.0 part Rosemary
  • 1.0 part Peppermint
  • 2.0 part Cedarwood
  • 4.0 part Sweet Orange
  • 1.0 part Rosemary
  • 2.0 part Lemongrass
  • 1.0 part Lavender
  • 1.0 part Eucalyptus
  • 1.0 part Rosemary
  • 3.0 part Lemon
  • 1.0 part Cinnamon
  • 1.0 part Eucalyptus
  • 1.0 part Clove Bud
  • 1.0 part Rosemary
  • 1.0 part Peppermint
  • 0.5 part Lemongrass
  • 0.5 part Sage
  • 0.5 part Juniper Berry
  • 1.0 part Rosemary
  • 1.0 part Lemongrass
  • 4.0 part Lavender
  • 1.0 part Rosemary
  • 6.0 part Grapefruit
  • 0.5 part Cedarwood
  • 4.0 part Rosemary
  • 3.0 part Lemon
  • 1.0 part Basil
  • 1.0 part Rosemary
  • 1.0 part Eucalyptus
  • 6.0 part Lavender

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