Rosemary Essential Oil is extracted from the leaves of the rosemary plant and has a strong, woodsy and medicinal scent. It has been used for centuries in traditional medicine and is known for its various health benefits. Here are some common uses of rosemary essential oil:
- Aromatherapy: Rosemary oil is often used in aromatherapy to help improve concentration, memory and mental clarity.
- Hair care: Rosemary oil can be used to promote hair growth and improve the overall health of the hair when used topically.
- Pain relief: Rosemary oil is known to have anti-inflammatory properties and can be used to relieve pain in muscles and joints when applied topically.
- Digestive health: Rosemary oil can be used to improve digestion and alleviate symptoms of indigestion, bloating and gas.
- Skin care: Rosemary oil can be used to improve the appearance of the skin by reducing the appearance of wrinkles, age spots and other signs of aging.
You're going to love these easy ways to use essential oils in your home!
- Massage: Use 5 drops in 10ml's of carrier oil
- Bath: Use 5 - 10 drops in water
- Burners & Diffusers: Add 3 - 6 drops to water
- Humidifier: Add 3 - 6 drops to water. Add essential oils 2 - 3 times a day if running continuously.
- Inhalations: Add 3 - 4 drops to a bowl of steaming water. Place towel over your head, close your eyes and inhale the vapour for a few minutes.
Our oils are 100% pure and natural.
Please read the following directions carefully before using this product.
Essential oils are highly concentrated plant extracts, and they should always be diluted in a base before use and should not be taken orally.
Do not use if you have a sensitivity to essential oils. Some people may be sensitive or allergic to certain essential oils, so it's a good idea to do a patch test before using extensively.
You should never apply essential oils directly to your skin. Instead, dilute them in a carrier oil (such as coconut oil or jojoba oil) and then apply to your skin.
Do not use during pregnancy, while breast feeding or on infants and always keep out of reach of children and pets.
If you have any questions, please consult with a qualified healthcare professional.