Rosemary essential oil – Tunisia
This rosemary essential oil is a relatively low camphor type and is a good choice for most aromatherapy applications. Our Organic Rosemary is even lower in camphor.
The essential oil of rosemary is widely used and has been described as having a classic herbaceous scent with subtle minty and woody undertones. This selection has slightly more top-note impact than our organic rosemary but mid-notes still predominate. Aromatically, this oil blends well with eucalyptus, frankincense, elemi, thyme, pine, lavender, tea tree, peppermint, and most spice oils.
Rosemary essential oil is a traditional choice of aromatherapists for use in massage oils and baths for people experiencing stiff, sore muscles and/or symptoms of the common cold. Aromatherapists trained in Chinese Medicine have sometimes suggested that it’s a supportive choice for people experiencing achy joints of a cold, cramping nature.
Rosemary herb was historically viewed as an herb that supported vitality and self-confidence. According to Gabriel Mojay, it was an age-old “remedy” for gloom and apathy that warms the Spirit and makes it bold.
Rosemary essential oil is best used in small amounts for inhalation or diluted topical application. Do not apply this essential oil to or near the nostrils of babies or children and do not use it with persons who have a history of seizures. Some authors advise that the oil should be avoided during pregnancy or by those who have high blood pressure. Do not use this essential oil if you are taking homeopathic remedies as it may negate their effects. In addition, all general precautions (see link below) should be observed when using this essential oil.
IMPORTANT: All information here for rosemary essential oil is provided for educational interest only and not as product claims. Since your experiences with a given essential oil may differ from anyone else’s, claims made by aromatherapists for an essential oil should not be relied upon as being reliable for your situation. We recommend using essential oils simply for the enjoyment of their aromas. No information here is intended to be used for the diagnosis or treatment of any physical or mental illness or as a substitute for consulting with a physician. Historical or folk information about uses is not based on modern clinical research and may not be accurate. Please pay attention to the safety information provided below. We recommend you consult a trained aromatherapist before using essential oils with children under 16 years of age.
All issues that pertain to your physical or mental health should be discussed with and supervised by a licensed health care professional. Keep all essential oils away from and out of reach of children.Essential Oil Safety Considerations