What's the Use of Rosemary Oil? | Rosemary Essential Oil Profile

What's the Use of Rosemary Oil? | Rosemary Essential Oil Profile

Hope Johnson
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The myriad of rosemary applications ranges from hair care and pain relief to cognitive enhancement and natural pest control. In this post, we delve into our favorite use of rosemary oil, revealing its potential to significantly enhance your health and enjoyment. 

Rosemary Essential Oil has become one of the most popular essential oils used in aromatherapy, due to its wideuse of rosemary oil array of health benefits. The oil assists with hair care, skincare, circulation of energy and blood, and muscle aches and pains. The verbenone variety of rosemary is a less intense fragrance than the Rosemary Cineol variety, which allows clarifying of ones emotions.

The name rosemary is derived from the Latin words ros marinus, which means, Rose of the Sea. Rosemary essential oil has been used since the 13th century, as it was a symbol of fidelity, wisdom, and love. Rosemary was also thought to bring protection from diseases, as it was an ingredient used in the well-known thieves oil. Bandits used thieves oil in the 15th century for protection from the plague, as they ransacked many plague-infected homes.

Rosemary is excellent for stimulating the conscious mind, opening the Heart Chakra, increasing vitality, and maintaining mental and physical health!

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All Rosemary essential oils contain tissue-regenerating ketones, however, the Verbenone variety contains lower camphor and higher ketones, making the oil more effective in that sense and much gentler for rejuvenating the skin and hair, as well as providing wonderful revitalizing effects on the emotions.

All rosemary oils contain tissue-regenerating ketones. However, Rosemary Verbenone essential oil is known for its high ketone content and for being the most gentle variety of rosemary essential oils. This is primarily due to one key component: verbenone.

Verbenone is a type of ketone that is particularly prominent in Rosemary Verbenone essential oil. Ketones are organic compounds that have a carbonyl group bonded to two hydrocarbon groups.

In the context of Rosemary Verbenone essential oil, these ketones, especially verbenone, contribute to the oil's unique properties. They make this variant of rosemary oil effective for respiratory issues, as they can help clear deep coughs and excess mucous.

The "verbenone" variety of rosemary may be gentler for rejuvenating the skin and hair, while still equally as potent as other varieties for revitalizing the emotional body. 

Furthermore, verbenone and other ketones have been acknowledged for their potential to reduce muscular tension and pain. Their small molecular size makes them excellent solvents, which can be beneficial in aromatherapy applications.

Indications of Rosemary Essential Oil:

Emotional Health: Rosemary essential oil stimulates the brain, enhancing mental clarity and alleviating memory loss. It aids in maintaining focus, reducing fatigue, and relieving nervous tension by promoting efficient mental activity. As a nervine, it calms overexcitement and refreshes the mind. It's often used by students during exams to revitalize their cognitive function.

Skin and Hair Care: Known for its benefits on oily and acne-prone skin, rosemary oil also hydrates dry skin and tones the complexion. It supports hair growth by stimulating follicles, helping combat premature balding and graying. Regular scalp massages with rosemary oil can alleviate dryness and dandruff.

For advanced hair care, consider our Hair Tonic, enriched with Rosemary essential oil and other beneficial oils.

Physical Health: Rosemary oil is analgesic, offering relief from headaches, muscle pains, arthritis, and rheumatism. It's beneficial for various respiratory issues and is considered one of the best natural remedies.

It's also anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and antispasmodic, aiding with inflammation, bacterial growth, and spasms. As an emmenagogue, it stimulates pelvic blood flow, easing menstruation discomfort. Furthermore, it may support prostate health, stomach and various types of cancers, gall bladder, liver, cataract, leukemia, heart, kidney stones, and sperm motility.

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Spiritual Health: Rosemary oil promotes the flow of conscious thought and overall spiritual, mental, and physical health, contributing to longevity and vitality. It enhances love and protection, balancing the heart chakra, and improving memory, thus balancing the third-eye chakra.

Chakra Use of Rosemary Oil:

  • Sacral Chakra: Rosemary oil acts as an aphrodisiac, aids backache and sciatica, and promotes urinary tract health.
  • Solar Plexus Chakra: It strengthens self-esteem and self-empowerment, and supports digestive health.
  • Heart Chakra: Enhances respiratory system, aiding with shortness of breath and chest tightness.
  • Throat Chakra: Can be used for ear conditions and earaches.
  • Third-Eye Chakra: Useful for sinus infection treatment and headache relief.


  • Physical Leaves - Green
  • Oil - Clear
  • Etheric - Blue, Silver, Green

Rosemary ct. Verbenone - Organic - South Africa (Rosmarinus Officinalis)

Rosemary ct. Verbenone - Organic - South Africa (Rosmarinus Officinalis)


  Botanical Name: Rosmarinus Officinalis, chemotype: Verbenone Plant Part: Leaves Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled Country of Origin: South Africa Color/Consistency: Clear/Pale Yellow Tinge with Thin Consistency Aroma: Spicy, Fresh, and Stimulating Perfumery Note: Middle Main Chemical Components: alpha-Pinene (19.49%),… read more

Contraindications: Avoid Rosemary essential oil during pregnancy.

Methods of Usage:

  • Neat: Apply a drop or two directly onto clean and intact skin.
  • Blended with Carrier: Mix 5 drops with 1 TBL of carrier oil like grapeseed, rosehip, jojoba, or hazelnut oils.
  • Bath/Shower: Add 8 drops to bath salts or disperse in vodka/whole milk. For showers, apply all over the wet body (avoid face).
  • Diffuser: Follow diffuser manufacturer's instructions. Typically, add about 8 drops.
  • Room Deodorizer: Mix 15 drops with 2oz distilled water and spray as desired.



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