Description: Organic Rosemary essential oil is obtained from the leaves and branches of Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) through steam distillation. The yield of essential oil from the plant mass is between 1 and 3%.
Special Characteristics: Organic Rosemary essential oil is a fluid, colorless to yellowish, and sometimes even greenish liquid. It has a spicy, invigorating, and characteristic aroma. The organic Rosemary essential oil dissolves easily in alcohol (1:1, ethanol), vegetable oils, and other essential oils. It is almost insoluble in water.
The main components are camphor and borneol. Pine, alpha-terpineol, limonene, caryophyllene, myrcene, P-cymene, and vinyl ester oxalic acid are present in smaller concentrations.
Chemotype: Depending on the environment and cultivation conditions, Rosemary can produce various natural compounds that lead to oils with different aromas and therapeutic benefits. Plants producing oils with different chemical compositions are characterized by their chemotype. Essentially, the chemotype determines the component found in the highest concentration in the oil. This specific organic Rosemary essential oil is defined by the chemotype ct. Borneol-Camphor, meaning camphor is the dominant component.
Applications in Cosmetics: Due to the dominant component, organic Rosemary essential oil ct. Borneol-Camphor, which is camphor, the oil appears to help improve blood circulation and respiratory function while relieving muscle pain. It supports the digestive and musculoskeletal systems, considered diuretic and decongestant. It also enhances neuralgia, migraines, dysmenorrhea, and amenorrhea. Widely known for its use in hair care products, it reduces dandruff and oily hair appearance.
Aromatherapy Applications: The invigorating aroma of organic Rosemary essential oil is used against a general lack of concentration and a feeling of weakness.
Applications in Food: Organic Rosemary essential oil is used on an industrial scale to flavor spicy and Mediterranean dishes.
CAUTION: ALWAYS use diluted in a base oil or other solvent.