Essential Oil Rosemary

( Morocco )

Vivid thoughts and recaptured breath


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Botanical Name

Rosmarinus officinalis / L.

Benefits and Qualities

There are three varieties of rosemary (camphoraceous, cineolic, and verbenonic), which all are specific to the respiratory passages and act against all maladies of the ear, nose, and throat by virtue of their expectorant, analgesic, and anti-bacterial properties. Rosemary essential oil is also a tonic for the veins and arteries, excellent for preparing for strenuous physical activity and athletic competition.


Essential oil obtained by hydrodistillation of the branches and flowery heads of rosmarinus officinalis L.

The Plant

Rosemary is virtually one with the Mediterranean. Its beneficent and sacred character has assured it of a reputation all its own. Numerous customs put it center stage. The Greeks and Romans tressed it into crowns, knowing that it would vivify their memory, and young newlyweds would plant a branch on their wedding day as a sign of stability. Arab doctors first extracted rosemary essential oil; ever since it has continuously extended its exceptional spirit.


Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. Keep away from children. Avoid during pregnancy. Contra-indicated in cases of epilepsy.

Principes aromatiques

Cinelol 1-8, camphor, pinenes, borneol.


Powerful odour of chopped herbs and forest reminiscent of lavender with a mild camphoraceous tonality. A frequently utilised essence, principally in herbaceous notes.

Description olfactive

Heart note. Fresh odour; rustic, camphoraceous.




Beauty Aid, Diffusion, For the Bath, Inhalation, Massage, Parfume Industry, Taking Care

Olfactory Family


Olfactive pyramid

Head notes

Astrological sign


Lunar Phases

First quarter


Solar Plexus Chakra