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- Jan, 11 , 21
- Martina Steege
Did you know that there are three main chemotypes for Rosemary essential oil?
Rosemary is a native to the Mediterranean region, but grows abundantly wild in Spain, France, Italy and Tunesia where the majority of the essential oil is produced. Its oil is steam-distilled from leaves/flowers/twigs of the plant. Its oil is a pale yellow with a strong, woody-herbaceous top note.
The "1,8 cineole" and the "camphor" chemotypes are extremely helpful with respiratory conditions. The "camphor" type also has analgesic and antispasmodic properties, which means it is well suited for use in massage oils for increase in blood circulation and reduction of muscle pain. The "verbenone" type of Rosemary contains less camphor and is considered the most gentle and non-irritant of the rosemaries, which is why it is included in so many skin/hair care blends.
I use Rosemary in a variety of my aromatherapy products. Check them out here in my shop!
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