ROSEMARY Rosmarinus officinale (ct. cineole) Leaf/Flowers (SD) Tunisia
Be aware that if prone to seizures Rosemary may not be a good choice.Avoid if epileptic.
This chemotype is best known to assist liver and kidney functions. Relieves pulmonary congestion.
Nature’s Spirt offers 4 types of Rosemary essential oil. Their characteristic traits are quite similar with subtle differences that will be listed with each choice. This is the type most people are familiar with. It is excellent for all the reasons listed in the write up.
The word remembrance comes to mind when I think of Rosemary. In fact the letter R seems to be a clue for its many valuable characteristics. Revitalization, revive, restoration, renewal, respiration and remedy are all words that come to mind. When observing this herb one will realize that it is a prime example of what the Doctrine of Signatures implies. Rosemary is a fairly common herb, so most people are familiar with it. Next time you observe this fragrant labiatae think about what the shape reminds you of. Then take a few of these tiny lipped leaves and feel your lungs expand as you breath in their freshness and allowing your senses to awaken.
“Dew of the Sea” is a romantic term used to denote Rosemary. Magical associations are imbued within its shape and form. Sprigs of Rosemary have been added into bridal wreaths and bouquets for fidelity and longevity. Burning the herb is practiced to ward off evil spirits and maladies. Of course the essential oil amplifies these same energies!
There are numerous medicinal values in the varied applications and uses.
Adding this essential oil into to the atmosphere and also into personal care products will allow the antibacterial traits to assist in preventing sicknesses that may come from airborne bacteria. The tonic traits of this remarkable herb will benefit the glandular system, relieve liver congestion, promote circulation, relieve rheumatic pain and muscular fatigue as it increases endurance and personal power.
Noradrenaline is activated when the aromatic molecules enter into the olfactory system, hence a powerful mental stimulant that is known to increase memory and activate creativity. The neurotransmitters of the brain are activated through the molecular absorption via the sense of smell and when applied onto the body.
Fortunately Rosemary is a rather inexpensive essential oil that is a huge blessing to have in ones aromatic repertoire. There are many ways to utilize this powerful green botanical as a health restorative. Adding Rosemary into hair rinses will lift the energies of the mind as it also stimulates hair growth.
All of the essential oils that are steam distilled are virtually clear in color, so Rosemary can be a valuable addition into laundry water rinse, household cleaning creations, and mists for the atmosphere.
Due to the stimulating properties I would refrain from using too much towards bedtime or sleepy time. Also, remember the cautions if one may be prone to seizures. This is a valuable aromatic that incorporates well in unison with Citrus.
This is best avoided in any high concentration for infants or hyper sensitive individuals. A little goes a long way. Remember Rosemary as you refresh yourself!!
10ml @$8.00 1oz @$18.00 4oz @ $48.00