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Essential oil of rosemary 10ml
Due to rosemary oil’s use in folk medicine, many scientists are now testing its potential health benefits.
Though most of this research is just beginning, it supports some traditional uses of the oil and illustrates possible new uses.
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Essential Oil Rosemary is mainly useful against bronchial infections. This oil with intellectual toning virtues also helps fight against fatigue or overwork.
It stimulates appetite and digestion and is also recommended for stress and respiratory problems. This essential oil is also found in several combinations to revitalize the scalp and relieve some skin conditions.
Anticatarrhal, expectorant, mucolytic.
Rosemary essential oil is a volatile aromatic substance of vegetable origin (training with water vapor) of the part of the plant most enriched in essence.
In the case of citrus fruit, we speak of cold expression of zest.
The essential oil of Rosemary seduces both by its scent but also by its beneficial virtues.
For any other use, seek advice from your pharmacist or an aromatherapy physician.
Do not use in a pure dermocaustic state.
Avoid contact with the eyes.
In case of accidental contact with the eyes, soothe with a fatty vegetable oil, rinse for a long time and gently with cold water and consult a doctor
Keep out of reach of children.
Do not use, without medical advice, in pregnant or breastfeeding women or in children under 7 years old and people with epilepsy, allergies, asthma or a history of convulsions
In bath: about 15 drops diluted in a bubble bath or diluent.
- Inhalation: 5-6 drops in a bowl of boiling water
In shampoo: 5 to 6 drops diluted in a mild shampoo.
In culinary aromatization: 2-3 drops approximately.
Rosemary essential oil.
Distilled part: flowered top
Aromatic molecules: cineole-1,8.