Wetality Organic Rosemary10 ml essential oil
100% natural and pure. Certified organic.
Rosemary essential oil is steam distilled from the flowers, stems, and leaves of the plant.
Rosemary is a culinary and healing herb. Ít is native to the Mediterranean region where it has been used for centuries. It belongs to an aromatic family of herbs that includes Basil, Lavender, Myrtle, and Sage.
The British Pharmacopoeia states that the oil distilled from the flowering tops and other plant parts is superior to that obtained only from the stem and leaves.
Wetality Organic Rosemary essential oil is free of any pesticides, chemicals, or solvents and therefore suitable for most uses.
The smell of rosemary essential oil is woody and herbal and is used in aromatherapy to refresh and stimulate the mind. It is also very recognized for its antioxidant, anti-septic and anti-inflammatory properties.
For a massage, rosemary oil is often mixed with a carrier oil such as almond or hazelnut oil. It is said to increase circulation to the scalp and promote hair growth.
USE: Add a few drops to your diffuser to enjoy its benefits and aroma. Add a few drops to a carrier oil and massage into skin to promote clarity, radiance, and smoothness of the skin.
TIPS: Massage a few drops directly to your scalp or mix into your shampoo and cosmetics. To avoid skin irritation, dilute before use.
CAUTION: Always dilute in a carrier oil before skin application. Avoid sensitive areas. Avoid eye contact and mucus membranes.
Avoid it if you’re pregnant or suffer from high blood pressure or epilepsy. Keep out of the reach of children.
Rosemary was well known and used in the ancient world. It was considered sacred by ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Hebrews, and Romans. Believed to improve memory, so it became a symbol of fidelity and was used in weddings, funerals, and other religious ceremonies. A sprig of rosemary was tied beautifully with ribbons and handed to wedding guests as a symbol of love and loyalty. ‘Hungary water,’ made of fresh rosemary tops soaked in wine for a few days was made for the Queen of Hungary and is said to have cured her of paralysis.