Rosemary plant belongs to the family Lamiaceae. This is an aromatic shrub that has dense and scaly bark. Leaves are needle-shaped. Flowers are pale blue in colour and small in size. The plants grow to a height of 2m.
Benefits of Rosemary Oil:
Used in aromatherapy, the woody, evergreen scent of Rosemary can promote relaxation and boost alertness as well as brain function, thereby improving memory. It is used to improve alertness, eliminate negative moods and increase the retention of information by enhancing concentration.
Inhaling Rosemary Oil boosts the immune system by stimulating internal anti-oxidant activity, which in turn fights ailments caused by free radicals.
For enhancing memory and concentration, mix Rosemary Oil, Lavender Oil, Tangerine Oil on 2:1:1 ratio, for example, 4 drops Rosemary Oil, 2 drops Lavender Oil, 2 drops Tangerine Oil. Mix well using a glass bottle. Pour blended oil in a diffuser with the right amount of water.
For topical use, add 12 drops of Rosemary essential oil to 30ml of Oleia Pure Oil (2% dilution) or 18 drops of Rosemary essential oil to 30ml of Oleia Pure Oil (3% dilution).
By massaging it into the lymph nodes, the body will be stimulated to more rapidly eliminate waste and to soothe digestive ailments.
Rosemary Oil’s detoxifying properties can facilitate healthy digestion, relieve flatulence, bloating and cramps, and relieve constipation. Through massage, this oil stimulates circulation, which allows the body to better absorb nutrients from food.
We do not recommend the ingestion of essential oils. Pregnant and nursing women must seek the advice of a health care practitioner before using essential oils . Those taking prescription drugs are also advised to seek medical consultation prior to use.
Rosemary Oil must never be used near the eyes, inner nose, and ears, or on any other particularly sensitive areas of skin.