Rosemary | Latin name: Rosmarinus Officinalis | Aromatic waters by distillation of Flowering Tops | Plant family: Lamiaceae
Rosemary, a shrubby evergreen bush growing up to 2 metres high with silvery-green, needle-shaped leaves and pale blue flowers. The whole plant is strongly aromatic. native to the Mediterranean region, it is now cultivated worldwide. The main oil-producing countries are France, Spain and Tunisia.
Hydrolats, aromatic waters produced by steam distillation of botanical materials during the production of essential oils. Hydrolats are gentle and effective, containing only the most water-soluble chemicals from the plant material, also microscopic drops of the essential oils.