Living Libations Rosemary Essential Oil
ROSEMARY ESSENTIAL OIL
Rousing Rosemary Essential Oil is an herbaceous revive-alive-verve-tonic with a refreshing, penetrating aroma. Think of Rosemary as the feisty friend that stimulates sluggishness out of its stagnancy, helping energy and skin systems thrive with renewed freshness.
5ml amber glass bottle
Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis
Botanical Family: Lamiaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Leaves and twigs
Country of Origin: Spain
Cultivation Method: Organic
Composition: 100% Rosmarinus officinalis
Scent Description: Clear and bright, with inviting notes of sweet mint and camphor.
In Living Libations: Seabuckthorn Shampoo, Scalp Tonic, Illume Classic, Deep Breathing, Verve Tonic, and Breathing Balm.
Blends well with: Frankincense, Peppermint, Spruce, Sage, Marjoram, Vetiver, Patchouli, Lemon, Grapefruit, Fir, Pine, Greenland Moss, Feverfew, and Inula.
Uses: A delight in Living Libations salt pipe, baths, and diffusers. Use neat as an acne wash and spot on serum. Excellent hair tonic. It is commonly to remove flakes, soothe dry scalp, and strengthen and shine hair strands. Massage on scalp and hair with jojoba or a Best Skin Ever. Inhale for meditations and scholarly concentration, stimulate the mind, and increase focus and awareness.
Constituents: Brimming with bioactive compounds of carnosic acid, camphor, and rosmaridiphenol.
This Rosemary Essential Oil from the high plateaus contains more camphor and cineole than rosemary growing at sea level. This refreshing Rosemary has traditionally been used to enhance the skin’s appearance, improve memory, remove dry flakes from the scalp, and add shine to the hair. Rosemary is particularly suited to skin, hair, and cuticle care with its tonifying, cleansing, rejuvenating, acne-washing, and skin invigorating qualities.
Rosemary’s reviving aroma is clarifying to breath and body and is mentally restorative, helping to increase focus and quell confusion. Additionally, Rosemary releases stagnation, revving emotions to move from apathy into renewed confidence and motivation.
“In aromatherapy, rosemary is a problem oil. Hardly any other oil is so routinely adulterated and diluted… Quality can only be provided by producers who make the oil exclusively for the aromatherapy market, and whose oils will command the appropriate price.”
~ Kurt Schnaubelt, Ph.D., Advanced Aromatherapy
“There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance, pray you love, remember.”
~ William Shakespeare, Hamlet