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Essential Oil Spotlight - Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis ct. verbenone)

 

Clear, penetrating and herbal, Rosemary is distilled from the flowering tops and leaves of the herb originally native to Asia, and is considered a middle fragrance note.  Rosemary has been used for centuries in Europe and Asia to symbolize loyalty, death, good memory and ritual purification.

 

Rosemary is very warming and invigorating making it excellent as a tonic for the central nervous system.  It may help with stimulating blood circulation, improving memory, mental clarity and expanding awareness. 

 

Topically and in massage, Rosemary is good for those who have chronic cold hands and feet, and lower blood sugar.  It is said to help with arteriosclerosis since it has been known to strengthen the heart.  It can be used as a tonic to the liver and gall bladder too.

 

Rosemary may be used in shampoo to help stimulate circulation, making it easier to grow hair.

 

 

Emotional and Mental Uses:

Used for inner strength, self-confidence, mental clarity, focus of intent, protection, purification, sacred space cleansing, spiritual awareness and understanding, memory, transition into the spirit realm, funeral rites, rites of passage, awaken spiritual consciousness, clearing of negative energy, jealousy, information retention, mental acuity, mental alertness, paranoia, emotional healing, balance karma, grief, calms the nerves, stress management, reduces fatigue, energizing, provides confidence, reduces confusion.

 

Physical Uses:

Localized discomfort relief, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, arthritis, rheumatism, antispasmodic, astringent, gas relief, circulatory system support, central nervous system support, decongestant, expectorant (coughs), rid the body of excess water, liver support, warming, disinfectant, aid in hair growth, insects, antiseptic, aids the digestive system, emmenagogue, invigorating, laxative, nervine, rejuvenate skin cells, supports the adrenal and nervous systems.

 

Paired Crystals:

If you wanted to pair crystals with this lovely oil, Cerussite, Citrine, Clear Quartz, Emerald, Iolite, Malachite, Rainbow Obsidian, Scolecite are all excellent choices.  Wear them as a necklace or bracelet, carry in a pouch, or just have in your pocket.

 

Blends well with:  

Basil, Cedarwood, Frankincense, Lavender, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Thyme

 

Uses: 

Diffuse, bath, massage, topical

 

Precautions: 

Due to the higher camphor content, not recommended for children under 3, use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.  Always dilute. *1

 

 

Please dilute accordingly.  ​In 1 ounce of carrier oil:

  • 0.5% (1/2 percent) - 1 years old to 3 years old  (2-3 drops)

  • 1% - 6 years old to 10 years old (5-6 drops)

  • 2% - 10 years to adult (10-12 drops)

  • 3% - 4% adult bad cold, infection, acute pain (18-24 drops)

 

 

If you would like to purchase this essential oil visit Barefut.com.  You may purchase or blend, a crystal healing bracelet or necklace, on our website.

 

Should you have any questions or would like a bracelet or necklace made, please email me at melissa@sweetwillowspirit.com.  

 

LOVE AND LIGHT!

Melissa

 

 

Caution: The material on this page is not meant to take the place of diagnosis and treatment by a qualified medical practitioner. Since the actual use of this product by others is beyond our control, no expressed or implied guarantee as to the effects of their use can be given nor liability taken. Use at your own discretion. Any application of the recommendations is at the user’s risk. Sweet Willow Spirit, LLC disclaims any liability arising directly or indirectly from the use of this information and assumes no responsibility for any actions taken. This should not be used in place of traditional therapies but solely as a complementary means for bringing well-being. The FDA has not evaluated the statements on this website. No claims are made as to any medicinal value of any oil or healing modality.

 

*1 Tisserand and Young; Essential Oil Safety A Guide for Health Care Professionals: Second Edition.  New York: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, 2014.  Print

 

Some of this information was taken from my studies at Aromahead Institute

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