Rosemary Essential Oil
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Rosemary Essential Oil


Rosemary Essential Oil produced by steam distillation of the leaves, it is a colorless or pale yellow liquid, with a strong fresh, mity- herbaceous scent and woody-balsamic undertone.

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Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary Essential Oil produced by steam distillation of the leaves, it is a colorless or pale yellow liquid, with a strong fresh, mity- herbaceous scent and woody-balsamic undertone.

Rosemary Essential Oil blends well with essential oils like lavender, lavandin, citronella, thyme, pine, basil, peppermint, cedarwood, cinnamon and other spice oils.

Rosemary Oil

Belonging to the mint family of Lamiaceae, rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is an aromatic, evergreen herb that is found in the Mediterranean & Asia. It has needle-like leaves and its flowers can be pink, white, purple or blue. Since it looks pretty, it is widely used as an ornamental plant.

Rosemary holds a special place in gourmet cooking due to its wonderful fragrance and unique bitter flavor, especially when it comes to dishes that include any kind of roasted meat. But it’s the essential oil extracted from the leaves of rosemary that is its pièce de résistance.

ROSEMARY ESSENTIAL OIL  contains a ton of fortifying components like rosmarinic acid, caffeic acid, betulinic acid, carnosic acid, ursolic acid, carnosol, and camphor. These lend it its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, analgesic, and expectorant properties and help promote better digestion, circulation, and breathing. Let’s take a closer look at what other wonderful nutrients this essential oil houses

Benefits Of Rosemary Oil

Rosemary oil is one of those unique ingredients that don’t just offer benefits for your physical health but also work wonders for your mental health. From relieving pain and aiding digestion to reducing anxiety, rosemary oil covers just about every base.

Best Rosemary Oil Uses

  •          To Clear Out Phlegm: Rosemary oil works as an excellent expectorant. Just rub a couple of drops between your palms and cup them over your mouth and nose for a couple of minutes to expel phlegm from your chest.
  •          For Thick Hair: We already know that rosemary oil is a godsend for people with thinning hair. But if you want to boost its hair thickening properties even more, simply add a few drops of rosemary essential oil to a tablespoon of castor oil and two tablespoons of coconut oil and massage it into your hair.
  •          Enhances Prostate Health: The anti-inflammatory property of rosemary oil works great in enhancing prostate health. Just add a couple of drops of rosemary essential oil to half a teaspoon of any carrier oil (coconut or olive oil are good options) and rub it under the testicles.
  •          Relieves Muscle And Joint Pains: Let the anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties of rosemary essential oil work their magic on your sore muscles and joint pains. Combine a couple drops each of rosemary and peppermint oil with a teaspoon of coconut oil. Massage this concoction on the problem areas for a few minutes to relieve the pain.
  •          Essential Oil Diffuser: The pleasant aroma of rosemary oil can provide relief from a number of respiratory problems like asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, and the nasal congestion from a common cold. Just add 4-5 drops of rosemary oil to your room diffuser or vaporizer.



Rosemary  essential oil is quite the wonder elixir that offers health benefits galore. However, there are still a few key things you need to keep in mind when it comes to its side effects. Here’s what you need to know:

  •          It is always recommended to dilute rosemary oil or use it with a carrier oil because applying it directly on your skin in its concentrated form has been reported to cause dermatitis.
  •          If you are epileptic, it is best that you avoid using rosemary oil as it has been known to cause and aggravate seizures.
  •          Rosemary oil has a hypertensive property that makes it mildly elevate blood pressure. Thus, it is not recommended for anyone suffering from a blood pressure problem.
  •          Do not ingest it as it is volatile and can cause vomiting and spasms.
  •          Anyone with aspirin allergy should steer clear of rosemary oil as it contains the chemical salicylate that is very similar to aspirin.
  •          Rosemary oil has the potential of increasing the risk of bleeding and bruising in people with bleeding disorders.
  •          Ingesting large amounts rosemary or its oil by pregnant women could possibly cause a miscarriage. Hence, it is best that pregnant and lactating women avoid it.


Who knew that a tiny bottle of rosemary essential oil could offer a whole world of health benefits? If you would like to share your experiences with this wonder oil or have a health issue that you think could be resolved with it, comment below to let us know.


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