- Country of Origin:South Africa
- Plant Parts:Flowering plant/herb
- Cultivation Method:Distiller is Certified Organic
- Note Classification:Middle
- Method of Extraction:Steam or Hydro Distillation
- Botanical Family:Lamiaceae
- Chemical Family: Oxides
- Extraction Date: Spring 2022
- Approx. Shelf Life: 6 years
- Batch: rostusc
What Stillpoint "Nose"
- Salvia rosmarinus ct cineole
- Salvia rosmarinus ct camphor
- Salvia rosmarinus ct verbenone
- Salvia rosmarinus ct camphor – has a good amount of camphor which is a ketone. That makes this oil very effective for respiratory issues with a deep cough and thick mucus. It is helpful with muscle spasms of the respiratory system as well as the muscular system.
- Salvia rosmarinus ct verbenone – has the presence of the chemical component verbenone, though not at great amounts. Verbenone is also a ketone making this Rosemary effective for respiratory issues with deep cough and mucous as well. It is also effective to reduce muscular and respiratory spasms.
- Salvia Rosmarinus ct cineole - has a good amount of 1,8 cineole which is an oxide. This Rosemary is fresh and very cephalic. Like the others it stimulates circulation and is also effective for respiratory conditions. This Rosemary is great in shampoos and conditioners. This is the one that customers have used to help hair growth. This has also been found to be helpful with cellulite and swelling.
Traditional Use of Rosemary Cineole (Tuscan Blue)
Rosemary is a perennial shrub and usually grows to about 3.3 feet but some plants can reach up to 6.6 feet tall. The leaves are about 0.4 inch and sort of resemble small curved pine needles. They are dark green and shiny above, with a white underside and curled leaf margins. The plant has small bluish flowers and bees love them. The plants are easily grown from cuttings.
Energetic, Spiritual, and Emotional Qualities of Rosemary Cineole (Tuscan Blue)
- Assists when feeling overwhelmed or burdened by the storms of life
- Helps find the courage to discover and follow your own pilgimage
- Protects from negative energies and thoughts
- Purifiying thoughts and the emotional body
- Remembering what is sacred and good in your life
- Activates memory of your ancestoral lineage
- Strengthens against infectious type thoughts that invade the psyche
- Develops a deep sense of loyalty to self and others
- Fosters love and the abilty to mother the self
- Connects with the love and bravery of Mary (The Divine Mother)
Aroma-Chemistry of Rosemary Cineole (Tuscan Blue)
- chemotype cineole - this particualr rosemary has high perscentage of 1,8 cineole, which is an oxide
- chemotype camphor - this particual rosemary has a high percentage of camphor, which is a ketone
- chemotype verbenone - this particular rosemary has a small percentage of verbenone
Safety Information for Rosemary Cineole (Tuscan Blue)
Generally, rosemary essential oil is non toxic but if it is oxidized it can cause skin irritation or sensitization. It is thought that people with epilepsy, high blood pressure, and pregnant women should avoid Rosemary due to the camphor content. It can be a stimulating. It is advised that for kids use at no more than 1% (5-6 drops total in 1 ounce of carrier). Young and Tisserand believe that there is no case for contraindicating any essential oil in someone with high blood pressure.
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