Rosemary essential oil is extracted by steam distillation of the common herb, Rosmarinus officinalis. Historically used to honor and remember the dead, the evergreen shrub is thought to aid and enhance one’s memory. The essential oil is most commonly used in blends for arthritis as well as in aromatherapy for mental stimulation. A middle note in perfumery, it has a semi-strong aroma that is herbaceous, fresh and slightly sweet. Mostly derived from the leaves and buds of the plant, the essential oil is clear and non-viscous. When dealing with Rosemary essential oil, there are three major chemotypes to consider: camphor, verbenone and cineole.
Odor and Appearance: It is a clear liquid with a thin consistency that has a sweet, woody, herbaceous, and camphorous aroma.
Country of origin: Tunisia
Botanical Name: Salvia rosmarinus
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
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