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Tunisia (eucalyptol) rosemary essential oil Rosemary CT21, 8 Cineole

It can be used for aromatic massage, bathing and hot and cold compresses to relieve the pain caused by rheumatism and arthritis. It is also very suitable for soothing muscle pain caused by fatigue, stiffness and overwork. Rosemary essential oil is very suitable for skin and hair maintenance. Adding some rosemary essential oil to the shampoo and cleanser can deepen the hair color, and massage the scalp can reduce hair loss and increase the luster of the hair. It can also make gray hair. Turns gray and stimulates hair growth.


Rosemary is a shrub plant with silver-green needle-like leaves and light blue petals. The smell is similar to that of frankincense. It has strong penetrating power and strong antiseptic and antiseptic properties. Rosemary essential oil can be obtained by distilling the top of the flowering plant or the part of the leaf. There are many changes in its chemical composition. The main components are camphor, borneol, terpinene and eucalyptol. Rosemary is a strong essential oil with a strong pungent smell. The taste and efficacy are warm and strong.


Skin effects : Rosemary has a strong astringent power, which is very helpful for sagging skin and has a firming effect. It can reduce congestion, swelling and swelling. It has the function of stimulating the scalp, is helpful for scalp disorders and dandruff, and can stimulate hair growth.


Suitable essential oils : basil, cedar, frankincense, geranium, ginger, grapefruit, lemongrass, orange, lemon balm, sweet orange, mint, lavender, petitgrain, fennel, jasmine.

It is a medium to high volatile essential oil.


Contraindications: Not for patients with pruritus and hypertension, and forbidden during pregnancy.

Tunisia (eucalyptol) rosemary essential oil Rosemary CT21, 8 Cineole

  • Botanical name:  Rosmarinus Officinalis


    Manufacturing part:  flower


    Extraction method:  Distillation


    Origin of Origin:  Tunisia


    Product information:  100% natural essential oils

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