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Rosemary Officinalis Cineole Organic Essential Oil - 10 ml

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Unveil the astounding benefits of our exceptional Rosemary Officinalis Essential Oil, a nature-inspired solution that embodies the versatility and potency of this time-honored herb.

Meticulously steam-distilled from the finest rosemary plants, our organic grade essential oil delivers a range of wellness-enhancing properties that cater to your body, mind, and spirit.

Infused with potent antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory qualities, Rosemary Officinalis is your ultimate ally in supporting mental clarity, respiratory health, stress relief, and skin vitality.

Experience the transformation by adding a few drops to your diffuser, blending with a carrier oil for massage, or incorporating it into your hair and skincare routine.

Immerse yourself in the restorative essence of our premium Rosemary Officinalis Essential Oil and elevate your well-being to new heights.

Information regarding differences between Rosemary verbenone vs Rosemary cineole


    INCI Name : Rosemary officinalis (Rosemary) leaf oil, chemotype Cineole.

    CAS Number :8000-25-7

    SKU code :

    EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam distilled essential oil

    PARTS USED: Leaves and flowering tops

    ORIGIN: Spain

    COMMON NAMES: Rosemary

    APPEARANCE: Colourless to Pale yellow liquid.

    ODOUR: Intense, fresh, Pine/eucalyptus aroma, herbal. Middle note. 

    QUALITY100 % pure, natural, and organic, whole essential oil. Soluble in Carrier (Fixed) oils and high proof alcohols. Insoluble in water.

    MAIN MOLECULAR COMPOSITION: Alpha-pinene; 1,8 cineole (Eucalyptol); Camphor; Beta-Pinene.

    STORAGE CONDITION: Keep in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight. Store tightly closed, out of reach from children and pets.




    Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a versatile herb with various chemotypes that can have different chemical compositions and therapeutic properties. Two of these chemotypes are Rosemary Cineole and Rosemary Verbenone. Both have unique properties and uses in aromatherapy, perfumery, and cosmetic skincare.


    Rosemary Cineole:


    Rosemary Cineole, also known as Rosemary CT (chemotype) Cineole, has a high content of the constituent 1,8-cineole (eucalyptol), which is known for its expectorant and decongestant properties.




    In aromatherapy, Rosemary Cineole is used for respiratory issues like colds, coughs, bronchitis, and sinus congestion. It also helps improve mental clarity, focus, and memory, making it popular for use in study and work environments.




    Rosemary Cineole has a fresh, herbaceous, and camphoraceous scent, which makes it a useful ingredient in perfumery for creating invigorating and stimulating fragrances.

    Cosmetic Skincare: In cosmetic skincare, Rosemary Cineole can be found in products formulated to help with acne, oily skin, and hair growth stimulation. Its antioxidant properties also make it beneficial for anti-aging formulations.


    Rosemary Verbenone:


    Rosemary Verbenone, or Rosemary CT Verbenone, is characterized by a high content of the constituent verbenone, which gives it unique therapeutic properties.




    In aromatherapy, Rosemary Verbenone is known for its gentle and restorative properties, making it more suitable for sensitive skin and delicate respiratory conditions. It is used for skin healing, reducing inflammation, and promoting overall skin health. Additionally, it can help with stress relief, emotional balance, and nervous system support.




    Rosemary Verbenone has a softer, more floral, and herbaceous scent compared to Rosemary Cineole, making it a suitable ingredient for creating soothing and calming fragrances.


    Cosmetic Skincare: 


    In cosmetic skincare, Rosemary Verbenone is highly regarded for its regenerative and healing properties, making it a popular choice for products targeting skin repair, scars, and stretch marks. It is also useful in formulations for sensitive, dry, or mature skin, and can help to balance sebum production.


    While both chemotypes of rosemary have their unique properties and uses, it is essential to consider individual needs and preferences when choosing which one to use. 

    It is also crucial to use essential oils safely and consult a qualified aromatherapist or healthcare practitioner for guidance on appropriate use.


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    Hair Growth Scalp Massage Oil Go to the page


    Muscle Relief Massage Oil  Go to the page


    Mental Clarity Roll-On  Go to the page


    Please click on the link to access some synergies | recipes where you would use the Rosemary verbenone essential oil


    Fresh air diffusion 


    De-stress Well-being recipe synergy essential oils


    Hair Growth Treatment Oil

    Massage onto scalp and hair and leave overnight

    Neem (20ml) + Jojoba (50ml) + Black Seed (30ml) + Rosemary (20 drops)


    Study Blend

    Use in a diffuser; or Apply topically on pulse points after diluting in a base oil

    Rosemary (10 drops) + Peppermint (2-4 drops) + Lemon (3-6 drops) + Sweet Orange (2-4 drops)


    Fantastic for this use +++

    Acceptable (suitable) for this use ++

    Tolerable (not great for this use)+

    Don't use for this purpose --


    Massages & body care


    • Body massage  use 1 to 6 drops essential oil for 10 ml carrier oil (0.5 to 2 % concentration) +++
    • Face care use 1 to 3 drops essential oil for 10 ml carrier or base (0.5 to 1 % concentration) ++
    • Body care use 2 to 6 drops essential oil for 10 ml carrier or base (1 to 2 % concentration) +++








    For more detailed information, please go check this LINK TO Instructions of use essential oils page




    DO NOT USE UNDILUTED and seek medical and specialist advise when in doubt



    Reported benefits & properties:


    • Anticatarrhal, mucolytic
    • Regenerating, scar healing
    • Detoxifying




    In aromatherapy, Rosemary Officinalis is a highly valued essential oil due to its unique properties and versatile applications. Here are some common uses of Rosemary Officinalis in aromatherapy:


    Mental clarity and focus: Rosemary Officinalis is known for its stimulating properties, which can help improve mental clarity, focus, and concentration. Diffusing the oil or inhaling it directly can help alleviate mental fatigue and promote a clear, alert mind.


    Respiratory support: With its expectorant and antimicrobial properties, Rosemary Officinalis can be used to support respiratory health. It can help clear congestion, soothe coughs, and ease breathing when diffused or inhaled.


    Stress relief and relaxation: The uplifting and invigorating scent of Rosemary Officinalis can help reduce stress, anxiety, and promote relaxation. Use it in a diffuser or add a few drops to a warm bath for a soothing experience.


    Pain relief: Rosemary Officinalis has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties that can help alleviate muscle and joint pain. Mix it with a carrier oil and massage it into the affected areas for relief.

    Hair growth and scalp health: Adding a few drops of Rosemary Officinalis to your shampoo or conditioner can help stimulate hair growth and improve scalp health. Its antimicrobial properties can also help fight dandruff and other scalp issues.


    Immune system support: Rosemary Officinalis has antioxidant and immune-boosting properties, which can help support the immune system when used regularly. Diffuse it throughout your home or workspace to create a healthy and protective environment.


    Skincare: Due to its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, Rosemary Officinalis can be a beneficial addition to your skincare routine. Dilute it with a carrier oil and apply it to the skin to help improve acne, eczema, or other skin irritations.


    Remember to always dilute essential oils with a carrier oil or use them in a diffuser, as they can be highly concentrated and may cause irritation if applied undiluted to the skin.



    For adults and Teen-agers


    Can be irritating to the skin


    Do not use during the first 3 months of pregnancy / breastfeeding 

    Keep out of reach of children and pets.

    As a general rule, always perform a skin patch test before using your essential oils for the first time.


    DO NOT USE UNDILUTED and seek medical and specialist advise when in doubt