Latin Name: Rosmarinus officinalis 1,8 cineole Country of Origin – Morocco Cultivation Method: Wild crafted Aroma: Strong, fresh pungent, camphoraceous, somewhat sweet Extraction Method: Steam distilled Plant Part: Leaf Energetics: Stimulating, warming circulating. (P. Holmes) Safety: Non toxic, non irritating, non sensitizing. Caution: Because of high 1,8 cineole content (44%). Rosemary should be used with caution around children under 6, on damaged skin, if pregnant, or if you have hypertension. Actions supported by clinical studies: Antifungal, carminative, cephalic, digestive, hepatoprotective, nervine, tonic. (Battaglia).
Leading / Common Uses: Mental / Emotional: Mentally stimulating, most uses are for grogginess, concentration, short term memory. Emotionally supportive for depression, lack of confidence and feeling stuck. Musculoskeletal:Helpful to warm and stimulate circulation in massage formulas for pain, cold limbs, arthritic conditions.
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