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  • Carina Falck



Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)



The use of essential oils must be done responsibly, does not replace any medical treatment, and is done at your own risk.

What is essential oil?

Essential oil is a volatile material/substance obtained from a fragrant plant by processes such as steam distillation, or by pressing plant parts, or by using solvents that isolate the oils very gently.

Directions for use

Diffuser – 3 to 6 drops in water.

Massage with carrier oil – 2% mixture.

Bathwater – 3 to 5 drops in bath.

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)

Therapeutic actions

Pain reliever, anti-depressant, digestive, brain stimulant - clears thinking, gives energetic feeling, strengthens nervous system, warms the system, improves blood circulation, general tonic.


Cardiac tonic, can raise blood pressure, improve palpitations.


Improve liver function.

Improve bloating.

Muscular and Skeletal System

Rheumatism, arthritis, stiff muscles.

Nervous System

Known for stimulating effect on the central nervous system, brain stimulant, improves concentration, improves headache.

Respiratory System

Bronchitis, asthma, sinusitis.

Skin care

Very commonly used in hair care products. Stimulates hair growth.


One of the most valuable oils to stimulate life energy.

Personality profile – who typically likes Rosemary?

Young at heart, imaginative, happy, sensitive, determined.

Love security in life, as well as in their love life.

They live themselves well when they feel safe.

Live fast and energetically.

Can do more than one thing at once.

Love a challenge and set high standards for themselves.

Subtle energy

Protect the psyche - use rosemary in the morning before starting the day.


Rosemary is non-toxic, non-irritating

Avoid during pregnancy and with high blood pressure and epilepsy

Source: Battaglia, S. The complete guide to aromatherapy.2 nd edition.

The International Center of Holistic Aromatherapy, Brisbane, Australia, 2003, p 257 - 259

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