Our Rosemary CT Camphor Essential Oil – Rosmarin officinalis – is processed from the perennial woody herb Rosemary, common in Mediterranean climates.
Rosemary oil is popular for its alleged ability to aid in knowledge retention. (Sprigs of Rosemary are worn on Anzac and Remembrance Days as a symbol of remembrance and faith for those deceased in the World Wars).
Rosemary CT Camphor Essential Oil can be purchased in two varieties of the same species. Each variety has a different function. The CT – Cineole type and the CT – Camphor type.
From our observations these differences seem to occur with soil types of different qualities, countries of origin, climate, site and situation of the plantings in the landscape.
Massaging Rosemary oil into hair is popular, hoping it would stimulate growth – which has been a use for the oil for many years.
Used in aromatherapy Rosemary oil aids stress related disorders and can be used topically as a healing oil.
Rosemary essential oil is an excellent additive in aromatherapy massage creams and oils to help reduce headache pain and pains in the upper body. Rosemary also assists in reducing fatigue, increases circulation and is a known anti-inflammatory. Inhaled blended with Lavender, Frankincense and Eucalyptus radiata, makes a great product to help reduce those nasty head and neck aches.
As a stimulating experience in the shower, add a few drops to the floor of the shower and the warm water will steam with the oil to give you an uplifting feeling to face the day.
Major plant chemical compounds: cineole, camphor, alpha pinene, Borneol
Store your Rosemary oil in a cool place below 30c and keep out of the reach of children.
If you are a Sagittarius, you are more likely attracted to Rosemary oil.
Ophelia: There’s Rosemary, that’s for remembrance.
Pray, love, remember. (Hamlet Act 4 scene 5)