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While the various Rosemarys’ ?are generally interchangable, there are some differences in the genetic chemical make-up that might be due to geographical or environmental differences. Rosemary is derived from the Latin ros (dew) and marinus (sea). “Sea dew” alludes to it’s preferred habitat on sea coasts. An undemanding plant, Rosemary grows all around the Mediterranean region and is reasonably hardy in cooler and drought affected areas.
The different geographical locations of Rosemary play a large role in determining the levels of various constituents within Rosemary – the best documented areas are from Spain, Tunisia and France.
Rosemary is a herb of consecration and purification.
Ingredients: Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Oil
Botanical name: Rosmarinus officinalis
Common name: Rosemary Premium
Plant part: Branches.
Extraction method: Steam distilled
Common uses: Rosemary has traditionally been used for its analgesic properties and has been known to help tired, stiff and overworked muscles.
Note: Middle – very dry and light aroma, sharp herbaceous notes
Strength of aroma: Strong
Aromatic scent: Strong, woody and herbaceous scent.
Caution: Non-toxic, non-irritating and non-sensitising. Avoid during pregnancy
Traditionally used as a cooking herb. Rosemary is an uplifting and inspiring herb that helps to stimulate and encourage the being. From a healing perspective the plant has long been used for digestive complaints, lethargy and to lift the spirits. It is also beneficial for headaches and to help clear the mind. Rosemary also helps to promote shine and luster to the hair, many hair tonics and scalp rubs include Rosemary to help promote healthy hair growth.
This chemotype of Rosemary is considered to be most specific for respiratory complaints and ear, nose and throat conditions due to expectorant properties. Also, considered a useful analgesic oil, for the temporary relief of headaches, nervous tension and stress.
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Important Note: Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs are provided on this site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.