Rosemary

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Rosemary

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Aroma:Strong, herbaceous, fresh, balsamic scent. Powerful and camphoraceous. Smells a bit like Pine Essential Oil.

Latin Name:Rosmarinus officinalis

Country of Origin:Spain

Cultivation Method:Harvested from Wild Growing Plants

Extraction Method:Steam Distilled

Extracted From:Whole plant

Color:Clear to slightly pale orange

Perfumery Note:Top

Aromatherapy Properties:Refreshing, empowering, mind-clearing. Very popular in skin and hair care. Has been known to help enhance memory.

Suggested Use:Apply a few drops to a tissue and inhale; or add to a diffuser. This is great to wake up and get your brain cells going.

Students report that it helped them do better in exams to smell Rosemary - or a Rosemary based blend - during study time, and then surround themselves with the aroma during the test. This is due not only to the stimulating powers of Rosemary, but also because the area of the brain for memory and that which processes scent are closely connected.

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Aroma:Strong, herbaceous, fresh, balsamic scent. Powerful and camphoraceous. Smells a bit like Pine Essential Oil.

Latin Name:Rosmarinus officinalis

Country of Origin:Spain

Cultivation Method:Harvested from Wild Growing Plants

Extraction Method:Steam Distilled

Extracted From:Whole plant

Color:Clear to slightly pale orange

Perfumery Note:Top

Aromatherapy Properties:Refreshing, empowering, mind-clearing. Very popular in skin and hair care. Has been known to help enhance memory.

Suggested Use:Apply a few drops to a tissue and inhale; or add to a diffuser. This is great to wake up and get your brain cells going.

Students report that it helped them do better in exams to smell Rosemary - or a Rosemary based blend - during study time, and then surround themselves with the aroma during the test. This is due not only to the stimulating powers of Rosemary, but also because the area of the brain for memory and that which processes scent are closely connected.