Rosemary—an essential oil Used in Aromatherapy

Rosemary essential oil is often described as Invigorating, Stimulating and Refreshing in the field of Aromatherapy.
Rosemary (Botanical Name: Rosemarinus officinalis)is helpful in massage and arthritis blends and can help improve circulation. It is useful for respiratory issues and makes a good expectorant/decongestant.

Rosemary has an excellent reputation for oily skin/acne, scalp and hair care. Rosemary oil can be helpful with alopecia.
Rosemary is quite stimulating and is used to help in memory retention and staying focused and alert.

Extraction of Rosemary Oil: Rosemary oil is extracted by steam distillation of leaves, flowers/buds.

Rosemary oil Uses:
Rosemary oil is effectively used in aching muscles, arthritis, dandruff, dull skin, exhaustion, gout, hair care, muscle cramping, neuralgia, poor circulation, rheumatism.

Constituents:
Cineole, Pinene, Borneol, Linalol, Alpha-Terpineol, Camphor, Camphene, Limonene etc. are the important constituents of Rosemary oil.
Safety Information:
Avoid Rosemary oil in Pregnancy, Epilepsy.
Avoid Rosemary oil in hypertension.
There is a remote possibility that Rosemary oil could potentially raise blood sugar levels.

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Important Note:
The essential oil information provided within the Essential oil Properties and Profile area is intended for educational purposes only.