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Rosmarinus officinalis

Botanical Properties

Rosemary is a small shrub belonging to the Lamiaceae family. It is often found in the typical Provence landscape, and is an integral part of many a Mediterranean cliché. When farmed, rosemary can reach up to 2m in height. It has evergreen, needle shaped leaves that are green on top and grey underneath. Its flowers grow in clusters, and come out in pale blue or purple colours. 

Origin and history

Originating in the Mediterranean basin, rosemary covers the sunny Southern heathlands. Used either dried or fresh as an aromatic cooking herb in cuisines from sunny climes, it is an ingredient in bouquet garnis, marinades, grilled meat dishes, and sauces.  
Rosemary cineole is often chosen by bees to make honey. This honey is fragrant, soft, and delicate. All in all, the list of phyto-therapeutic properties of this plant is as long as the amount of time that it has been used throughout history. Consequentially, it is involved in many an old legend. 


Organoleptic properties

 Aspect: liquid
 Colour: yellow
 Odour: aromatic, fresh


Distilled parts: branches

Country of origin: Marocco

Density: 0.907 - 0.920


Main biochemical components or chemotype: 
 Allergenic molecules naturally found within this essential oil:
Limonene, Linalool
Certain natural components of this essential oil may cause allergic reactions. Please do an allergy test on the skin in the crease of your elbow before using this product.



The main biochemical components of our organic rosemary cineole essential oil are an oxide (cineole), and camphor.
Our organic essential oil is:
• Anticatarrhal
• Stimulant
• Mucolytic
• Detoxifying
• Antibacterial (against golden staph bacteria)
• Antiviral
• A powerful antiseptic
• Anti-inflammatory
• Circulation promoting
• Antimycotic



Organic rosemary cineole essential oil will help to fight respiratory infections, chills, ear infections, and bronchitis. 
As a fungicide and antimycotic, we recommend it to treat fungal and dermal infections.
It also acts as a particularly good stimulant, both for the mind and body.




Please consult a doctor before taking any treatment or therapy orally.
Oral administration:
Take 1 drop of organic rosemary cineole essential oil 3 times a day. Mix with some honey or syrup, or take with lozenge under the tongue, to help prevent physical and mental exhaustion.   
On the skin:
 Mix 2 drops of organic rosemary cineole and 6 drops of organic sesame oil, and use as a massage oil for rheumatisms. 
By diffusion:
By diffusing organic rosemary cineole essential oil, you will help reinvigorate your body. Such use will be a great help during times in which one is prone to chills. 


Possible synergies

Chills: Niaouli
Nervousness: Neroli

Energetic values and synergies

In energy aromatherapy, rosemary cineole is linked to the third eye and celiac plexus chakras, respectively called Ajna and Manipura. Their associated colours are indigo and yellow. 
Rosemary cineole essential oil, by activating these chakras, will develop concentration, re-boost the organism’s energy levels, and promote blood flow. 
Synergy: Common Lavender, Peppermint, Clove 



Inflammable. Utilisation par voie orale sur avis médical. Tenir hors de portée des enfants. Éviter les contacts avec les yeux. Déconseillée aux enfants de moins de 3 ans et aux femmes enceintes ou allaitantes. Ne pas appliquer sur la peau avant une exposi


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