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Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis ct. cineole) Essential Oil

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Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis ct. cineole) is taught in the Essential Oil Blending Basics Class.

Lot #: EORC721
Use By Date: 7/2021

Botanical Name: (Rosmarinus officinalis ct. cineole)
Method of extraction: Steam distilled from leaves, tops & flowers.
Origin:  Morocco
Cultivation Method: Certified Organic
Odor of Intensity: 5
Perfumery Note:  Top
Main Use:  Mental Stimulant | Respiratory Aid


INHALATION: Inhale directly from the bottle when used for the mind & spirit or when dealing with upper & lower respiratory conditions.

STEAM INHALATION: Add 2 - 3 drops of essential oil to a steam filled bowl.  Cover your head and the bowl with a towel and inhale for 20 minutes.  Keep EYES CLOSED to prevent oils from burning the eyes.  This is great for upper and lower respiratory conditions.

TOPICAL APPLICATION: Dilute 5 - 6 drops of essential oil to 1 oz carrier (1%) for fully body massage, skin care, with children 2 - 6 years old, and with the elderly.  Add up to 30 drop EO to 1 oz carrier (4%) for body related issues.

DIFFUSER: Add a few drops to a diffuser to help disinfect the air or when needing a mental boost while studying or traveling.  Take care when diffusing around animals.  Always leave a door open so they can leave the area.

BATH: Not recommended due to skin irritating effect.  Instead, use while in the shower.  Add a few drops to the standing water and inhale the molecules dispersed into the steamy air.  This will help open your sinuses and energize you for the day.

*Maximum dermal dilution: 4.8% (24 - 28 drops in carrier oil.) (*Robert Tisserand)
*CHILDREN: 1,8-cineole may cause CNS & breathing problems in young children. Safe to diffuse with children 3 years and younger and applied topically at up to 0.5%. Safe for children 3 - 6 years when applied topically at 1% (5 - 6 drops in 1 oz carrier).
*Care must be taken when using oils high in 1,8-cineole with asthmatic individuals as it is possible to set off an attack.
*Camphor rich oils should be avoided during pregnancy, may be neurotoxic and should not be applied into or near the noses or on the faces of children and infants, as it can lead to respiratory collapse.
*NOT FOR INTERNAL USE: can cause convulsions.
*Irritation may occur with oxidized oils 4 years and older.
*Always test a small patch on skin first for sensitivity or allergic reaction.
*People with epilepsy should avoid using a maximum dilution rate of 16% in carrier oil. (*Robert Tisserand)
*If you are pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult a physician.
*Avoid use in the evening because it may cause sleeplessness
*Keep out of reach of children.
*Store in a cool dark place.

*Avoid contact with eyes and mucus membranes.

Disclaimer: Statements made on these products are for informational purpose only and are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease. None of the statements made have been approved or reviewed by the FDA. If you are suffering from any disease or illness you should consult your personal health care practitioner before changing any medication.

Product Reviews

  1. Another fabulous product (as usual) from Melissa and Essential Wellbings!

    Posted by Beth Ann Krier on Oct 21st 2020

    This arrived in the mail THE DAY AFTER I ORDERED IT! And, like all of the essential oils that Melissa Bunce offers under her Essential Wellbeings brand, this bottle of Rosemary told me exactly how long it could be used for therapeutic effects. I don't know of anyone else in the business who puts expiration dates on oils AND makes sure they are organic/wildcrafted. Melissa and her products are both enormous treasures in my life! And, oh yes, the oil arrived in a sturdy box and was wrapped in gorgeous, floral tissue paper. She gets all the basics right...and delights with the frills, too!

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