Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary Essential Oil

Promotes Clarity & Direction

Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary Essential Oil is one of the most broadly used plants throughout the ages. Native to the Mediterranean, the Rosemary has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years to:

  • Improve memory
  • Soothe digestive uses
  • Relieve muscle aches and pains

Rosemary is the most powerful for mental clarity and strength, uplifting the mind, essential oil. Although it still is used for numerous applications.

Rosemary comes from a latin word “ros marinus” meaning “rose or dew of the sea”. It was also one of the favorit plants of Paracelsus, a strong proponent of herbal medicine in the 16th century, he is said to have prized rosemary essential oil due to its ability to strengthen the whole body.

Moreover, Rosemary was thought to protect against witchcraft and spells and is one of the ingredients found in “Four Thieves Vinegar” or “Marseilles Vinegar”.

Genus And Species: Rosmarinus officinalis CT cineol. There are several different chemotypes of Rosemary.  This plant includes naturally occurring constituents eucalyptol and alpha-pinene.

Benefits of Rosemary essential oil and Uses

Basic therapeutic properties: analgesic, antiseptic, anti-convulsant, hemostatic, sedative, digestive, diuretic, hepatic, hypertensive, irritant, tonic, inflammatory (Uplifting and stimulating).

Aromatic Affect on the Mind

Keeps the mind alert and focused. Strong aromatic scent of herbs and wood.

Psychological influence

It is stimulating, purifying and protective. It is a traditional ingredient of incense and helps meditation. Rosemary is a psychic protector, a symbol of friendship and love. As a reminder of love, it was traditional in weddings and funerals.

Spiritual Influence

Walking in your truth by being faithful to your self and your own destiny or purpose.

The Greeks and Romans used it to understand loyalty. Loyalty to self before others. When we are more loving and loyal to others rather than to ourselves our energy becomes stagnant and cloudy (resulting in poor circulation and/or concentration). This is why this oil is connected to our heart energy.

Chakra Affected

Opens the heart chakras by promoting circulation of Qi energy and blood. It is also connected with the chakra of the third eye, helping clarity and insight (inner vision).

Volatility index

Middle to high note

Blends well with

Frankincense, Lavender, Clary Sage, Cedarwood, Basil, Thyme, Citronella, Lemongrass, Elemi, Geranium, Chamomile, Peppermint, and Cardamom Oil.

Specific benefits and uses

Memory Retention: Rosemary has been known as the “herb of remembrance” for centuries. Greek scholars used it when taking exams to help recall important information, and allusions to its memory improvement have been mentioned into poetry throughout the ages. It has been scientifically demonstrated that the popular word “rosemary for memory” is true.

A study of 140 paricipants has shown that aromatherapy with the use of lavender and rosemary essential oils increased their cognitive performance. Lavender made participants feel relaxed and complacent, while rosemary increased alertness and provoked memory retention.

You can also put a drop of rosemary mixed with 2 drops of Neroli on your wrists before exams. Neroil calms the nerves and rosemary strengthens the mind and increases creativity.

Hair Growth

It is a good tonic for the scalp. Rosemary essential oil uses include helping with dandruff and dry scalp treatment that may facilitate hair growth. Some even go as far as to say that it can prevent hair loss and graying. Include rosemary essential oil in simple vinegar hair rinses or DIY shampoo and conditioner formulas for improved scalp health and hair growth.

Indigestion

It is often used for relieving flatulence, stomach cramps, constipation, and bloating. The essential oil is also deemed helpful in stimulating appetite. Research shows that rosemary essential oil can help detoxify the liver and help regulate the creation and release of bile, a key part of the digestive process.

Stress relief

Rosemary oil is seen to decrease the level of cortisol, one of the hormones released during the body’s flight-or-flight response to stress, in the saliva. According to the 2007 study, inhaling rosemary and lavender oils for five minutes significantly reduced cortisol levels in the subjects’ saliva, potentially decreasing the dangers of chronic stress. Lavender or Neroli and Rosemary essential oils help especially to reduce anxiety associated with test-taking.

Pain relief

Rosemary essential oil is promoted for its ability to relieve pain, which is why it’s widely used in treating headaches, muscle pains, and even arthritis. Rosemary is used to relax stretched, tired muscles, relieves fluid retention and detoxifies the lymphatic system. Massage the affected area with the essential oil, which you can also add to vapor baths for the treatment of rheumatism. Its anti-inflammatory qualities make it a good way to address pain from sprains and joint aches.

A few drops in the morning bath can relieve the headache caused by alcohol.

Immune system boost

The same 2007 study that found reduced cortisol levels after simultaneous massage and inhalation of rosemary essential oil found that the free radical-scavenging activity in the subjects’ bodies also significantly increased. Antioxidants are a valuable weapon to fight off infection and disease, so this benefit of rosemary oil is welcome news — regularly using or inhaling it can support your immunity and help you fight off diseases linked to free radicals.

Respiratory problems

The scent of the oil has been shown to provide relief from throat congestion, and in treating respiratory allergies, colds, sore throat, and the flu. Its antiseptic action also makes rosemary oil useful for respiratory infections. Because of its antispasmodic effect, it is also used in certain treatment programs for bronchial asthma.

As a powerful antiseptic, it can help to control the spread of airborne contamination.

Ways to Use  Rosemary Essential Oil

Use diluted – 50:50 dilution (one part essential oil: one part of vegetable oil).

Then,

  • Apply several drops (2-4) on location, ankles and wrists
  • Apply to chakras/vitaflex points

or

  • Directly inhale
  • Diffuse

Other tips

Moreover, Rosemary’s benefits can be implemented in many ways. I recommend the following do-it-yourself recipes:

  • Dietary Supplementation: Dilute 1 drop in a teaspoon of honey, maple syrup or coconut oil.
  • Culinary Use – Next time your recipe calls for rosemary, add a drop or two and experience a Heavenly burst of flavor.
  • Topical Application: Enjoy its antioxidant and antiseptic properties on the skin, but be sure to heavily dilute with coconut, almond, or jojoba oil before applying to skin.
  • Smell or diffuse: it when you mentally need a pick up especially when you are tired and still have a bit of work to do.
  • Improve Memory: Mix 3 drops of rosemary oil with 1/2 tsp of coconut oil and rub on upper neck or diffuse for 1 hour a day.
  • Hair Thickener: Put 5 drops of rosemary oil on scalp and massage in after showers or use a homemade rosemary shampoo recipe.
  • Heal Prostate: Mix 2 drops of rosemary oil with 1/2 tsp of carrier oil and rub beneath testicles.
  • Reduce Pain: Mix 2 drops of rosemary oil, 2 drops of peppermint oil and 1 tsp of coconut oil and rub on sore muscles and painful joints.
  • Improve Gallbladder Function: Mix 3 drops of rosemary oil with 1/4 tsp of coconut oil and rub over gallbladder area twice daily.
  • Heal Neuropathy and Neuralgia: Take 2 drops of rosemary oil, 2 drops of helichrysum oil, 2 drops of cypress essential oil and 1/2 tsp of a carrier oil and rub on area of neuropathy.

Safety precautions:

Avoid using it throughout pregnancy and do not use it for those who suffer from epilepsy.

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