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Essential Oil of Rosemary Organic

Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil of Organic Rosemary Verbenone
  • Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis verbenone
  • Method of Extraction: steam distilled
  • Parts Used: flowering herb
  • Cultivation Method: organic
  • Country of Origin: South Africa
  • Cultivation Method: organic
  • Scent: sweet and herbaceous, with a floral back note
  • Size: 10 ml blue glass bottle with tamper-proof screw cap
  • Storage: tightly sealed in a cool dark room

Essential oils are highly concentrated aromatic extracts derived from plants. They constitute an energetic vibration of the plant that has the ability to affect human physical, emotional, and spiritual harmonics. During inhalation or absorption of pure essential oils, you are connecting to the very life force of a plant. When oils are altered by artificial means, however, the precious essence of those oils is forever changed. That's why sammysoap is committed to essential oil purity. We do not carry essential oils that have been diluted, altered, or synthetically modified. We want your aromatherapeutic experience to be authentic, and we want you to gain legitimate health benefits from our products. sammysoap only carries 100% pure, therapeutic grade organic or wildcrafted essential oils and carrier oils.

Rosemary has been used medicinally since at least Ancient Egypt when we know it was burnt as incense during rituals and placed in Pharaohs' tombs to help them remember former lives. Even then, rosemary was idealized and praised for its ability to enhance memory. Rosemary was woven into wedding crowns and bouquets as symbols of love and constancy. It's still burnt at funerals in respect and memory of the dead. In the middle ages, rosemary was used to freshen and purify the air in hospitals, and throughout the following centuries, the herb was used in various curative and curious ways, such as being strewn on public court room floors, worn in pouches around the neck, or placed in the hollow handles of walking sticks to enhance life and protect against disease.

We carry two types of pure therapeutic grade essential oils of rosemary: common rosemary Rosmarinus officials ct 1,8-cineole and verbena-scented rosemary officialis ct verbenone. Here are the medicinal properties compared:

Common Rosemary:

  • Cardio-tonic, anti-rheumatic, anti-spasmodic, calms inflammation of mucous membrane, expectorant, antibacterial, general tonic, choleretic (stimulates bile production), hepatic stimulant (liver), muscle aches and pains, congestion, anti-infectious, neurotonic, carminative (anti-flatulence), aphrodisiac, and digestive stimulant 

Rosemary Verbenone:

  • Cardio-tonic, anti-rheumatic, anti-spasmodic, calms inflammation of mucous membrane, expectorant, antibacterial, general tonic, choleretic (stimulates bile production), hepatic stimulant (liver), bronchitis, asthmatic bronchitis, viral infections, cicatrisant (promotes cell regeneration and healing of tissue and skin), dry skin, antidepressive, nervous fatigue, calmative, aids memory, regulates hypothalamic, pituitary and sexual glands, vaginal infections, nervous fatigue, ear infections, hepatitis, associated with the fire element (heart) but is an all-rounder, acting on all five elements, imparts positivity, confidence, and concentration 

Common rosemary is warm, dry, and yang, while rosemary verbonene is cool, dry, and yin.

Common Rosemary tonifies the Qi and is used for lethargy, chilliness, congestion, circulation of blood, raising Qi to the head, and restoring nerve. It has stronger properties for muscular aches and pains, lower back pain, osteoarthritis, and digestion.

Rosemary Verbonene possesses much of the same fortifying and uplifting qualities as common rosemary but is more gentle, calmative, and soothing. It is more sweet, and some would say, more subtle. It dissolves self doubt and confusion, clarifies the mind, and restores emotional equilibrium, especially against a background of phlegm and stagnant Qi. Rosemary verbenone is best for skin care use, and is considered a safe non-irritant oil. It is also okay for children over age 2.

Blends Well With:

  • Basil, bergamot, black pepper, cedar atlas, cinnamon, eucalyptus-lemon, clary sage, eucalyptus-radiata, frankincense, geranium, grapefruit, cistus / labdanum, lavender, lemon, may chang (Litsea cubeba), mandarin, sweet marjoram, niaouli, myrrh, oregano, peppermint, petitgrain, pine, tea tree, and thyme

SUGGESTED UES:


Skin Care:

  • Acne, dandruff, dermatitis, eczema, oily hair, insect repellent, promotes hair growth, regulates seborrhea, scabies, stimulates scalp, lice, and varicose veins

Circulation, Muscles, and Joints:

  • Arteriosclerosis, fluid retention, gout, muscular pain, palpitations, poor circulation, and rheumatism

Digestive System:

  • Colitis, dyspepsia, indigestion, hepatic disorders, hypercholesterolaemia, jaundice, and flatulence

Genito-Urinary:

  • Dysmenorrhea, leucorrhea, and menstrual problems

Nervous System:

  • Debility, headaches, hypo tension, neuralgia, mental fatigue, nervous exhaustion, and stress related conditions

Immune System:

  • Colds, flu, and infection

Contraindications:

  • Non-toxic, non-irritant (in dilution only), and non-sensitizing, do not use during pregnancy, do not use if you are epileptic or have high blood pressure

SUGGESTED DILUTIONS FOR VARIOUS METHODS OF APPLICATION

Always Dilute Essential Oils Before Applying to Skin

Massage and Body Oil

  • For adults − 2-3% dilution (10-12 drops per ounce of carrier oil)
  • For pregnant women, elderly, and children − 1% dilution (5 drops per ounce of carrier oil)
  • Mix a few drops into shea butter and rub on bottom of feet

Bath

  • 3-15 drops per tub (depending on the oil and size of tub)

Hair

  • widely used in herbal shampoos, especially good for dark hair

Compress

  • 5 drops for cup of water

Inhalant

  • 3-5 drops in a bowl of hot water (never do an inhalation during an asthma attack)

Douche

  • 3-5 drops per quart of warm water (choose non-irritant oils only, lavender, and tea tree oils are safe for most people)

Foot or Hand Bath

  • 5-10 drops per quart of water

Sitz Bath

  • 5-20 drops per sitz bath

Fragrant Body Water

  • 5-10 drops per 5 ounces of water (shake well before use)

Room Spray

  • 20 drops per 5 ounces of water (shake well before use)

Gargle and Mouthwash

  • 1-2 drops per 1/4 cup of water, makes an excellent mouthwash

Liniment

  • 3% Solution

Insect Repellent

  • Best when combined with other essential oils for total dilution of 12-20%, always path test first on skin and clothing

All information contained within this site is for reference purposes only and not intended to substitute for the advice given by a pharmacist, physician, or other licensed health-care professional. sammysoap products are for external use only, and as such, effects of ingredients vary. sammysoap products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health condition or disease. Before using any essential oil product, read our page Essential Oil Safety located in the footer section of the homepage. Contraindications are also listed in Essential Oil Safety. Even pure, natural ingredients cause some individuals to develop an allergic reaction. As with any product, discontinue use if you experience discomfort or other indications that the product may not be appropriate for your individual body chemistry.

 

 





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