Methods of Use
– Inhale directly from the bottle or place 3-5 drops on a tissue or a cotton ball and take a deep breath.
– Dilute your essential oil with carrier oil before topical application. See dilution ratio inside the box.
– Add 5-10 drops or more to diffusing devices.
– Add 10-20 essential drops into water of 100ml spray bottle.
– Add 5-10 essential oil drops to warm bath water.
– Possible skin sensitivity. Should be tested by applying slightly on the fordable joint of the arm first.
– Avoid contact with eyes, inner eyes, and sensitive areas.
– Pregnant and breast feeding woman should consult doctor before use.
– Avoid using essential oils on children under 5 years old.
– Avoid using essential oils of hyssop, rosemary, sage and thyme in high blood pressure patients.
– Avoid using essential oils of Black pepper, Camphor, Eucalyptus and Peppermint in patients of Homeopathic.
– Avoid direct sunglight.
– Keep out of reach of children.
History & Information
Family : Lamiaceae
Part of Plant Used : Leaf
Production Method : Steam Distillation
Main Constituents : Alpha-pinene, Camphene, Limonene, 1.8-Cineole, Bornyl Acetate, Camphor, Verbenone
– The ancient Greeks wore Rosemary garlands around their head when studying, as they believed the scent of Rosemary could improve memory.
– The name Rosemary can be literally translated into “Dew of the Sea” according to the Greek belief it was the floral ornament draped around the neck of Aphrodite when she rose from the sea.
– Rosemary is widely in cooking to add aromatic delight to a range of.