Rosemary ct Camphor Essential Oil

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Rosemary Camphor oil has a strong, fresh, camphorous yet herby smell with slight minty overtones. Rosemary is a versatile essential oil. It is cleansing, calming and balancing. It can be used to maintain a clear circulatory system and as a tonic.

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Description

Rosemary ct Camphor | Latin Name: Rosmarinus officinalis ct Camphor | Family: Lamiaceae | Extraction: Distillation | Plant Part: Flowering Tops

Rosemary ct Camphor a very pale yellow oil with a strong, fresh, camphorous yet herby smell with slight minty overtones.

It is a common European herb, this bushy plant has spiky leaves and prefers stony, well-drained soil conditions.  There are many different strains of rosemary and care should be taken when procuring the essential oil. Native to the Mediterranean region, now cultivated worldwide in California, Russia, Middle East, England, France, Spain, Portugal, Yugoslavia, Morocco and China. The main oil-producing countries are France, Spain and Tunisia.

Blends

Blends well with:  Basil, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Cedarwood, Citronella, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Ginger, Juniper, Hyssop, Lavender, Lavendin, Lemon, Marjoram, Petitgrain, Sage, Tea Tree, and Vetiver

Rosemary ct Camphor is a MIDDLE note – Essential Oil Notes & Odours

Properties

Rosemary is a versatile essential oil.  It is analgesic, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, decongestant, diuretic, mucolytic and neuro tonic.  It is most often employed for treating arthritis, rheumatism, fluid retention and cellulite, persistent coughs, asthma, sinusitis, fatigue, hysteria and loss of memory.

Essential Oil Properties & Meanings

Herbal & Folk Tradition

Used in ancient times to protect against evil spirits and the plague.  Also used for digestion and beauty preparations for the hair. Rosemary has been used for centuries for improving the memory, and some scholars now say that using one drop of the essential oil every day on the wrists will help prevent senility.

Safety Data & MSDS

Usually regarded as having no contra-indications, although there are conflicting opinions about whether it can trigger epileptic attacks.  The sensible, general opinion is that it will not if used in sensible aromatherapy dilutions.

Monoterpenes (<37%), oxides (<55%)

Rosemary ct Camphor MSDS
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