Rosemary Essential Oil
Rosemary (Rosmarinus Officinalis) is an evergreen shrub with needle-like leaves and a woody fragrance. Rosemary gets its name from the Latin word "Dew of the Coast," as it is common to the Mediterranean Sea cliffs Rosemary belongs to an aromatic herbal genus that comprises Basil, Lavender, Myrtle and Sage.
Rosemary is a little shrub from 1 to 1.5 meter tall
Tunisia / Morocco, France
50kg of dry plan for 1kg of EO
Rosemary Essential Oil of the highest quality is gained from the flowering tops of the plant. It also grows in England, Mexico, the USA, and northern Africa, namely in Morocco. In almost all festivals and religious ceremonies, including weddings, both the Greeks and the Romans used Rosemary as a reminder of life and death.
From the Mediterranean, rosemary oil has become popular over the years for its various benefits to mind and body. Historically, Rosemary has been considered sacred by ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Hebrews, and Romans, and has been used for several purposes.
- Rosemary Essential Oil was assumed to evaporate negativity during the middle Ages. Indeed, merchants would hire perfumers to infuse rosemary oil into their shops to clean up space and promote prosperity.
- There are more than 150 specific rosemary forms. Rosemary Essential Oil's variability depends on its location.
USES AND BENEFITS
Essential oils are natural aromatic oils in plants, leaves, branches, roots, bulbs, and other plant pieces. Essential oils are what offer the distinctive odor to a plant and provide the healing power of the plant it was derived from.
Rosemary branches were usually distributed around floors with this assumption and placed in doorways to hold the disease at bay. Rosemary was also an ingredient in the herb-infused "Four Thieves Vinegar."