Rosemary Be Essential Oil 10ml


Rosemary oil, Rosmarinus officinalis, has at least 3 different concentrations of its major compounds: camphor, cineol and verbenone. This oil develops a different chemical composition depending on the location and growing conditions of the plant such as temperature and rain. 


Product Details

Name: Rosemary

Scientific Name: Rosmarinus officinalis

Method of extraction: Steam distillation

Part of plant: Leaves

Country of origin: Morrocco

Main Components: Cineole (50.63%), alpha-Pinene (11.01%), Camphor (9.89%)



Rosemary essential oil is recommended to reduce contractures, cramps and as a muscle stimulant. Assists in concentration and mental stimulation and respiratory tract problems in general. 



Rosemary essential oil improves joint comfort, has neuromuscular action, is lipolytic, anti-rheumatic, venous decongestant and vasodilator. Acts in circulatory disorders with or without varicose veins.


Mental stimulant

In a 2003 study, rosemary essential oil had a benefit on spatial and short-term memory in a study of 144 people [1]. In another, with 120 nursing students, the oil increased their concentration [2]. 



In a study of rosemary oil associated with thyme, lavender and cedar on the scalp showed that this mixture helped in the increase of strands. Camphor is present in many hair products, shampoos and hair loss products. 


Other uses

Rosemary essential oil has mucolytic properties, due to its cineole concentration, making it a strong ally in cases of respiratory tract infections such as colds and bronchitis. 


Side effects

It is neurotoxic and abortifacient, being contraindicated in pregnant women, babies, children and epileptics. Asthmatics should not use it either. 


How to use

Always perform a maximum dilution of 20%, carrying out a test on the arm before using it and associated with a carrier oil. Avoid direct use on the skin as it can cause a sensation of heat and be irritating. 



[1] Moss M, Cook J, et al. Aromas of rosemary and lavender essential oils differentially affect cognition and mood in healthy adults. Int J Neurosci. 2003 Jan;113(1):15-3

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    McCaffrey R, Thomas DJ, Kinzelman AO. The effects of lavender and rosemary essential oils on test-taking anxiety among graduate nursing studentsHolist Nurs Pract. 2009 Mar-Apr;23(2):88-93.
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