Rosemary is a popular herb that can be found in most pantries across the world, but its uses are not limited to the kitchen. Its essential oil can be used to simultaneously relieve sore and tight muscles and provide an uplifting and clearing effect on the mind.
- Relieves sore, tight muscles
- Clears the mind
- Inhibits growth of fungus
- Botanical name: Rosmarinus officinalis
- Origin: Spain
- Extraction Method: Steam distillation
- Plant Part: Leaves
- Plant Description: Rosemary (Lamiaceae family) is a very aromatic, evergreen woody herb, with thin pointed leaves and flowers varying from pink, blue or purple. The herb grows up to about 6 feet tall and it’s native to Asia and the Mediterranean.
- Aroma: Fresh, strong, woody, and herbal scent
- Note: Top
- Consistency: Thin
- Color: Clear, colorless to pale yellow
- Blends Well With: Citronella, Clove, Eucalyptus, Fir Needle, Grapefruit Pink, Ginger,Laurel Leaf, Lavender, Lemon, Lime, Pepper Black, Peppermint, Pine, Tea Tree
- Main Constituents: a-Pinene: 28.0%, 1,8-Cineol: 20.7%
- Kid Safe: May be used by children 10+
- Pregnancy Safe: No
- Breastfeeding Safe: No
- Cat Safe: No
- Dog Safe: No
- Special Dilution Rate: No
- More Safety Info: Dermal maximum 16.5%, Do not use if epileptic, do not use with high blood pressure. Storage life up to 2 years.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Personal Inhaler for Studying
- 7 drops Rosemary
- 7 drops Lemon
Before a big test in school, drop these oils on the wick of your personal inhaler. Sniff the inhaler frequently while studying; then just before the test, sniff again several times
Warming Massage Oil
- 4 drops Rosemary Essential Oil
- 2 drops Black Pepper Essential Oil
- 4 drops Lavender Essential Oil
- 2 drops Ginger Essential Oil
- 1 ounce Carrier Oil
Mix together and massage into sore, tight muscles as needed.
Smelly Feet Defeat
- 6 drops Rosemary Essential Oil
- 6 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil
- 6 drops Lavender Essential Oil
- 6 drops Cypress Essential Oil
- 1 cup Cornstarch
- Place cornstarch in a non-reactive bowl. Very slowly, and stirring constantly to prevent lumps, add the essential oils. Mix thoroughly. Transfer to an 8 ounce resealable glass jar.
- Using a cotton ball, apply the powder to your feet, particularly between your toes. Use after bathing and before bed. Also, sprinkle inside socks and shoes.