June 25, 2020 Rosemary Essential Oil and Rosemary Plant

Rosemary Essential Oil Foundations

Learn about Essential Oils, discover their properties and benefits while creating a strong foundation and knowledge base. So whether you are looking for natural remedies or wish to incorporate plant based products into your life, understanding the basics is a great place to start. Find what works for you! neōb Lavender is here to help!

Rosemary Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis

There are many different species and varieties of plants, which can affect the properties or quality of an essential oil. Check the Botanical name or INCI name, this will help clearly distinguish an essential oil derived from one plant from other plants that share the same common name.

Plant Part: Leaves

Distillation Method: Steam Distillation

Properties

  • Hair loss preventative, strengthens hair follicles
  • Reduce muscle pain
  • Helps lower inflammation
  • Reduces respiratory issues 
  • Repels certain insects 
  • Reduces stress & anxiety 
  • Increases mental clarity
  • Supports digestive health
  • Antimicrobial and antiseptic

Uses & Benefits

Hair

Rosemary essential oil is an excellent addition to shampoos and conditioners. It is a natural hair loss preventative because it strengthens hair follicles. 

Skin

Rosemary essential oil can help improve the hydration and elasticity of skin, making it a great addition to creams and body lotions.

Soap

The antimicrobial and antiseptic properties of rosemary essential oil makes it an excellent addition to soaps and body wash

Increase Focus & Concentration

When using rosemary essential oil aromatically this oil helps increase mental clarity and reduces stress and anxiety. Add a few drops to a diffuser or on a tissue. 

Where can I find Rosemary Essential Oil?

Visit our Rosemary Essential Oil page to add this fantastic oil to your collection! neōb Lavender is committed to the quality and purity of each bottle of oil. 

Cautions

  • Rosemary essential oil is non-toxic and non-irritating
  • Typically rosemary essential oil is non-sensitizing, consult medical professional if high risk of allergies or allergies arise. 
  • Do not use if pregnant 
  • Avoid use if epileptic due to its high camphor content 

Further Information

Looking to build your knowledge of Essential Oils, check out our article on Essential Oil Foundations. Learn and grow with neōb Lavender. 

Essential oils are highly concentrated and potent. Prior to use consult a Healthcare Professional especially if pregnant, nursing, taking medication or have a medical condition. Keep out of reach of children and animals. Keep away from sensitive skin areas such as eyes, ears and mucus membranes. 

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