Rosemary Essential Oil- Pure Natural Undiluted 15ml
Scientific Name:Rosmarinus Officinalis
Botanical Name: Rosmarinus Officinalis
Plant Part: Shrub
Extraction Method: CO2 Extraction
Color: Pale yellow.
Strength of Aroma: Medium
Rosemary was once considered sacred by the ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Hebrews, and Romans. Native to the Mediterranean area, Rosemary leaves and Rosemary Oil were (and still are) popularly used for culinary preparation purposes, while in Egypt the plant, as well as its extracts, were used for incense.
Traditionally, Rosemary is used to reduce inflammation, relieve pain, improve hair growth, improve circulation, improve cognitive function and to boost energy. Pure rosemary essential oil is naturally anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and antiseptic, making it an excellent preservative in natural skin care products and an excellent skin tonic for any kind of skin condition that is caused by excess bacteria or congested pores.
One of the most common types of hair loss is androgenetic alopecia, better known as male pattern baldness, though it can also affect females.
Rosemary oil treats androgenetic alopecia by preventing a byproduct of testosterone from attacking your hair follicles, which is the cause of this condition. Read this study
When men with androgenetic alopecia massaged diluted rosemary oil into their scalp twice daily for six months, they experienced the same increase in hair thickness as those who used minoxidil (Rogaine), a common hair regrowth remedy.
Rosemary oil may combat certain types of hair loss, including male pattern baldness and patchy hair loss.
Arthritis, Joint Pain
Applying diluted rosemary oil topically may help lower inflammation in injuries and rheumatoid arthritis.
Rosemary oil is the major ingredient in our best selling arthritis oil blend.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune condition in which your body’s own immune system attacks tissues, such as knees and other joints, injuring the joint lining and causing inflammation.
Studies have shown that When people with rheumatoid arthritis were given 15-minute knee massages using a rosemary oil blend three times weekly, they had a 50% decrease in inflammatory knee pain in two weeks,read this study.
This study shows how Rosemary oil when inhaled for about 5 minutes can decrease anxiety, Rosemary oil works by reducing pulse by about 9%. Because increased pulse rates reflect short-term stress and anxiety, rosemary oil may naturally reduce stress. It also reduces the stress hormone cortisol. Increased cortisol levels can suppress your immune system, contribute to insomnia and cause mood swings, among other potential problems.
Rosemary oil is commonly used for mental strain and fatigue in folk medicine. This study shows how inhaling rosemary oil, made subjects more mentally refreshed and less drowsy .
This increase in alertness corresponded to changes in brain waves and increases in heart rate, breathing and blood pressure.
Applying diluted rosemary oil to your skin may provide similar benefits, as it can reach your brain via this route.
In one study, applying diluted rosemary oil to the skin caused 35 healthy people to feel significantly more attentive, alert, energetic and cheerful after 20 minutes than when using a placebo oil
Rosemary oil has been utilized as a mild pain reliever in folk lore.In traditional medicine, rosemary oil was used as mild analgesic, for relieving renal colic pain and dysmenorrhea.
In this study, stroke survivors with shoulder pain who received a rosemary oil blend with acupressure for 20 minutes twice daily experienced a 30% reduction in pain. Those who received only acupressure had a 15% reduction in pain.
Have you ever experienced cold fingers and toes? even in relatively warm temperatures? You may have Raynaud’s disease where blood vessels in your fingers and toes constrict when you’re cold or stressed, causing them to lose their color and turn cold. This study shows how using Rosemary oil helps by expanding your blood vessels, thereby warming your blood so that it reaches your fingers and toes more easily.
Rosemary oil is a natural alternative to chemical insect repellants. It is safe for repelling harmful insects that may bite. Rosemary oil has the longest repellent effect on mosquitoes than other essential oils. A dilution of 12.5% rosemary oil repelled 100% of the mosquitoes for 90 minutes.
Ir is safe to use in gardening too, In a study, a rosemary-oil-based pesticide, EcoTrol, was sprayed on greenhouse tomato plants, it reduced the population of two-spotted spider mites by 52% without harming the plants and soil.
This study showed how, a spray containing 10% of rosemary oil was as effective as the chemical insecticide bifenthrin for controlling the spread of black-legged ticks (which harbor Lyme disease) in tick-infested areas in the northeastern US.
How to use:
- Scalp and hair health may be improved by adding 1 to 2 ml of Rosemary essential oil to 240ml of unscented shampoo and using whenever hair is washed. The same amount may be added to conditioner.
- Adding 3 or 4 drops of Rosemary to a face cloth and tossing it into the bottom of your shower makes a great invigorating and sinus opening morning ritual.
- Add a few drops to a diffuser to clear the air and breathe easier.
- Try adding a few drops of the oil into a bowl of steaming water, cover your head with a towel and breathe in deeply.
SAFETY PRECAUTION: For external use only. It is Recommended to dilute with a carrier oil before applying to your skin to minimize adverse reactions. We recommend that you patch test the oils for topical use. Dilute a small amount of the essential oil with a carrier oil of choice to clean skin on the inside of your elbow or wrist. Cover with a bandage and leave for 24 hours. If a rash or redness appears, discontinue use of product.
Essential oils are very concentrated and can be toxic if consumed. Keep oil out of reach of children and pets.
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