Rosemary is an aromatic, evergreen shrub whose leaves are frequently used to flavor foods such as stuffings and roast lamb, pork, chicken, and turkey. Along with its culinary applications, Rosemary has many health benefits. Rosemary supports healthy digestion* and internal organ function.* Long revered by healers, Rosemary was considered sacred by the ancient Greek, Roman, Egyptian, and Hebrew cultures. Rosemary’s herbaceous and energizing scent is frequently used in aromatherapy. Taken internally, it helps to reduce nervous tension and occasional fatigue.*
- Diffuse while studying to maintain concentration.
- Take internally to help nervous tension and occasional fatigue.*
- Add 1-2 drops of Rosemary essential oil to meats and favorite entrees for flavoring and to support healthy digestion.*
- May help to support healthy digestion.*
- Apply to scalp and massage for an abundant looking head of hair.
- Take internally to support healthy internal organ function.*
- Add one to two drops of Rosemary essential oil to meats and favorite entrees.
- Blend with Wintergreen and lotion for a soothing massage experience.
- Blends with Melaleuca and Basil for a stimulating scalp massage.
- Mix equal parts Rosemary and Lavender for stress reduction.*
- Combine with Epsom salts and Frankincense for a rejuvenating bath experience.
- Blends with Cardamom, Lemongrass, Geranium or Clary Sage.
- Naturally repels insects.
Common Application Methods
Topical: Can be applied neat (with no dilution) or dilute 1:1 (1 drop essential oil to 1 drop carrier oil) for children and for those with sensitive skin when used topically. Apply directly on area of concern or to reflex points. Avoid use during pregnancy.
Aromatic: Diffuse, or inhale the aroma directly.
Internal: Take in a capsule, or place 1-2 drop under the tongue. Use as a flavoring in cooking.