Add a few drops of essential oil to a diffuser or on a pillow/tissue to scent the room. Also mix with a carrier oil for application to the skin.
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Rosemarinus officinalis (Rosemary) is a strongly aromatic perennial evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean region.
Rosemary forms low-arching branches which are populated with delicate purple-blue flowers.
Chamomile contains finely dissected leaves and daisy-like flowers with yellow disk florets and white rays.
The leaves are shaped like needles and produce the strongly aromatic essential oil. They are darker on the upper side while the lower side is covered in short white hairs.
" A strong, fresh, woody-herbaceous, somewhat minty-forestlike odor. "
" The ‘high’ fresh notes vanish quickly, yielding to a clean, woody-balsamic bodynote which tones out in a dry- herbaceous, but very pleasant and tenacious, bitter-sweet note. "
- Steffen Arctander
Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origin (1960)
"In perfume, rosemary is used, similar to lavender, to add an herbal, aromatic quality, especially to the top notes of colognes and fougères."
"But unlike lavender, whose sharp, gray-blue presence is always unmistakable, rosemary notes tend to be shy, to blend into the background."
- Victoria Frolova
"I use [Rosemary] to give a Mediterranean sensation – to create the impression of a cocktail of herbs…"
- Julie Massé
Brain Function & Concentration
Rosemary Essential Oil has been used for millennia for improving concentration and stimulating memory.
Rosemary Essential Oil is used as a therapeutic treatment for Androgenetic Alopecia (Male Pattern Baldness.)
Rosemary Essential Oil is often used in aromatherapy to ease stress levels by potentially reducing the levels of cortisol in the body.
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