Essential Oil

Rosemary ct Verbenone Oil

Rosmarinus officinalis ct verbenone

Herbal, fresh, and soft (with hints of camphor), rosemary ct. verbenone essential oil helps the mind feel clear, yet relaxed. It’s perfect for settling in and focusing on a good book. Rosemary can also have clarifying, restoring effects for the skin and the breath. Our certified organic rosemary ct. verbenone essential oil is steam distilled from the flowers and leaves of plants grown in South Africa. We carry two chemotypes of rosemary essential oil—the verbenone chemotype has a slightly softer, quieter aroma (yet still smells fresh and crisp).

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Benefits and uses

The rich, green needle-like leaves and delicate purple flowers of the Rosmarinus officinalis ct verbenone perennial herb create a fresh, herbaceous, camphor-like essential oil. Along with helping to promote healthy lung activity, especially relating to congestion from a cold or the flu, this particular rosemary essential oil is immensely useful with mucous and minor pain and inflammation management. This essential oil helps to reduce the presence of unwanted bacterial, fungal, and viral activity as well as promotes healthy circulation. It is also helpful in supporting healthy, clear skin and may help heal older scars, as it is also skin rejuvenating. Try combining this rosemary essential oil with eucalyptus globulus essential oil, white pine essential oil, frankincense essential oil, and/or lavender essential oil in some unscented lotion to help clear congestion and ease muscle tension. 

Emotionally and energetically, this rosemary essential oil uplifts and gently calms. It encourages mental clarity and helps to strengthen the mind, supporting our yang energy.

Country
South Africa
Plant Part
  • Aerial
Cultivation
Certified Organic
Botanical Family
Lamiaceae
Extraction Methods
Steam Distilled
Notes
  • MiddleTop
Chemical Families
  • Ketones
  • Monoterpenes
  • Oxides
Aromas
  • Camphoraceous
  • Fresh
  • Herbaceous

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Shelf Life

4 years

Safety & Warnings

If oxidized it can cause skin irritation or sensitization. The literature suggests that people with epilepsy, high blood pressure, and pregnant women should avoid Rosemary because of the camphor content. It can be a stimulating oil; avoid nighttime use. With children, use at no more than 1% (5-6 drops total in 1 ounce of carrier).  According to Rodney Young and Robert Tisserand, they believe that there is no case for contraindicating any essential oil in someone with high blood pressure.

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