Rosmarinus officinalis has a strong, camphorous, herbaceous scent. Rosemary is an ambrosial evergreen shrub whose leaves are ubiquitously used to flavour foods such as roast, lamb, turkey. Apart from culinary uses, it can be used in skincare and ideal for boosting memory.
In ancient times, Rosemary was used by Greeks, Hebrew, Egyptians, and Romans and was considered as a sacred scent. Rosemary is collected through a steam distillation process, and it’s uplifting and herbaceous scent is frequently used in aromatherapy. This herbal scent is useful to be used as an expectorant to clear the sinus and can also help with respiratory infections.
Salvia Rosmarinus, Eucalyptol, α-pinene, camphor
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Add six to eight drops of Rosemary essential oil with a carrier oil.
Add up to five drops in a dispersant like oil, to a bath.
Add 1-2 drops of Rosemary essential oil to flavour roast meats or vegetables.
In a bowl containing steaming hot water, add two drops of Rosemary essential oil. Place your face close to the bowl and cover your head with a towel. Caution, if there are any risks or burns on the face, do not use this treatment.