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essential oil Rosemary officinal to cineole - Rosmarinus officinalis

essential oil Rosemary officinal to cineole 10ml - Rosmarinus officinalis


Essential oil for breathing and digestion. The essential oil of Rosemary also fights fatigue and overwork. It helps concentration. THE little extra: the hair she cares for.



Official version at Cineole

minilogo.png Botanical name:

Rosmarinus officinalis

minilogo.png Pathologies concerned:

This essential oil is effective in the following cases:

- Bronchitis, sinusitis

- Nausea, bad digestion

- Fatigue and overwork, physical or intellectual

- Otitis

- Cystitis and candidiasis

- fragile or damaged hair

minilogo.png Properties concerned:

The properties of the essential oil of Rosemary are as follows

- Expectorant: Increased expulsion of mucus from the trachea or bronchi by sputum or cough

- Anticatarrhal: against inflammation of the mucous membranes and hypersecretion (fights the runny nose)

- Anti bacterial: Eliminates bacteria

- Muscle stimulant: Helps the muscles assimilate the elements more easily

- Antifungal : To fight against fungi, also called fungal infections

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Head note: Fresh, powerful

Heart note: Rosemary, camphor shades

minilogo.png Main Biochemistry:

  • a 1,8-cineole
  • sabinene
  • alpha-pinene
  • beta-pinene
  • borneol

minilogo.png Other information :

  • This version contains much less camphor than "camphor rosemary"
  • Part of the plant used : Twigs
  • Country or plant is cultivated : Morocco
  • Extraction process : Complete distillation by steam distillation
  • Precautions to take :
    • Strictly prohibited in case of pregnancy or breastfeeding
    • No pure use on the skin, always in a wide mixture
    • Oral route not recommended
    • Do not use on children under 7 years
    • Do not use in case of even weak epilepsy
    • Do not use in case of asthma
    • Do not do prolonged treatment
    • Do not try to overdose
    • Test first on a small part of the body to check your tolerance