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Benefits of Rosemary Oil - How and Where to Buy Rosemary Oil

Updated on July 4, 2011

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Where and How to Buy Rosemary Oil - There are several companies around the world that are selling aromatherapy oils like rosemary oil, either online or in local essential oil stores, but you must always buy natural products from reputed companies because some companies in order to increase quantity and maximize profit tend to decrease the quality by mixing synthetic oil with natural essential oils. These synthetic oils cause a lot of side effects and are detrimental for health. If you are buying essential oils online, you can buy from reliable sources like amazon and ebay. If you want to shop locally for essential oils, then always double check the purity of essential oil by taking a very small quantity of essential oil on a piece of paper. If that oil leaves an oily residue, then it is definitely mixed with vegetable oil and is an impure one. If you are a first time buyer of essential oil, buy a small quantity of oil from a new company. Now read about the benefits of this oil below.

Rosemary Oil Benefits

Out of thousands of herbal oils, rosemary oil has been the most important natural essential oil, which has been found to be stimulating, refreshing and invigorating to the human body. This is the reason why this oil is still being used by aromatherapists around the world. Rosemary oil is used as a popular cardiotonic, very suitable for people with low blood pressure or hypotensives, as it slightly increases blood pressure and peripheral circulation, only to the required mark. Rosemary oil improves the digestion process. It is a regulator of intestinal function. The scientific name of rosemary is Rosmarinus officinalis. It is a Mediterranean plant with fragrant needle like leaves. Since the ancient times, rosemary has been considered as a symbol of eternity of life and immortality. Also, Rosemary has been considered sacred to the goddess of love, Aphrodite because this plant is a natural aphrodisiac. Men and women were delighted with its effects. These two aspects, “immortality and love” have been the main reasons for its use since ancient times. Rosemary is an evergreen, aromatic, and woody shrub that grows up to 2 meters in height in the Mediterranean region. It grows in the wild forests in calcareous soils. The leaves of rosemary are rigid, linear, lanceolate, needle-shaped in appearance. The color of rosemary flowers is pale blue or violet with stamens longer than the petals and the upper lip of the corolla curved. Rosemary can be seen throughout the year.

Flowering rosemary
Flowering rosemary

History of Rosemary

The specific name Rosmarinus has originated from the Latin word Ros-marinus, meaning "sea dew". It has long played a role in European herbalism. The sprigs of rosemary were considered a love charm, a sign of remembrance, and a way to guard against the plague. Rosemary oil has been used for headaches and topically for baldness in ancient China.

Origin of Rosemary

Rosemary plant has originated from the Mediterranean region of southern Europe and North Africa growing spontaneously or in cultivation in calcareous soils. Rosemary has also been found in the Balearic Islands and is common in the lowlands having warm weather. Nowadays, rosemary is cultivated throughout the world due to its aromatherapy benefits and therapeutic properties.

Rosemary mint herbal aromatherapy soap
Rosemary mint herbal aromatherapy soap

Extraction of Rosemary Oil

To obtain rosemary oil, flowering tops are distilled to produce the best high quality rosemary essential oil. Rosemary oil is almost colorless but sometimes tends to turn yellow-green in color after extraction. Rosemary essential oil blends well with citronella oil, lavender oil, lemongrass oil, peppermint oil, geranium oil, and cedarwood oil.

Rosemary Herbal Tea Pic
Rosemary Herbal Tea Pic
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Rosemary oil scalp massage pic
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alopecia disorder pic
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Rosemary oil treats alopecia pic

Health Benefits of Rosemary Essential Oil

  • Rosemary essential oil is used extensively in aromatherapy as it a very good tonic for the nervous and circulatory system.
  • It is highly recommended in the states of convalescence and tiredness.
  • From the mental aspect, this aromatherapy oil improves memory, helps concentration, and prevents drowsiness making it very suitable for children in study and also for elderly, as it prevents memory loss.
  • It also helps prevent nervous system dysfunctions like Parkinson disease, anxiety, and depression.
  • It treats asthma, fatigue, palpitations, etc.
  • The aroma of rosemary oil also treats other problems of nervous origin like migraines and headaches.
  • Rosemary oil massage treats rheumatic pains, back pains, and everything that relates to the musculoskeletal system.
  • Rosemary oil stimulates the scalp and prevents alopecia so it is highly recommended as a herbal remedy against baldness.

Spice up your love life with aromatherapy

Romantic aromatherapy oil foam bath.
Romantic aromatherapy oil foam bath.

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      www.thespiceclub.in 

      3 years ago

      Great post about Rosemary oil. Thanks for sharing a good information...

    • soni2006 profile imageAUTHOR

      Rajinder Soni 

      8 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Thank you pretty, nifty, and TK for your visit and comments. Yes Rosemary oil is used in a lot of shampoos. Your comments have motivated me to write more on herbal oils.

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      Tkumah 

      8 years ago

      I love Rosemary and used to brew it and it is just the way you described it. It is used a lot in shampoos..

      Thanks for the tip about the essential oil test.

    • nifty@50 profile image

      nifty@50 

      8 years ago

      Good hub! A lot of good information, thanks for sharing!

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      prettydarkhorse 

      8 years ago from US

      this is soothing oil and great benefits good choice of hub and nicely done, Maita

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