Monday, December 18, 2017

Rosemary – Bring Clarity Into Your Life

Rosemary essential oils – Rosemary (Rosmarius officianlis CT 1,8 Cineole) is in the mint family of botanical plants. The oil of rosemary was firsts distilled in the 13th century. We obtain the essential oil through steam distillation of the green leaves of the plant.
Today we find Rosemary to be liver-protecting, anti-tumoral, antifungal, antibacterial, anti-parsitic, and it enhances mental clarity and concentration. It is used for infectious disease, liver conditions like hepatitis, throat and lung infections, hair loss, impaired memory like Alzheimers. Eucalyptus and rosemary are standard inhalations for respiratory and sinus problems. For emotional healing, use this oil to encourage energy, upliftment, confidence, clarity, concentration, stability, purification and awareness.
Rosemary may be diluted one part essential oil with one part mixing oil or apply neat (undiluted) on the body, directly inhaled, diffused or taken as a dietary supplement. It mixes well with lavender, lemon, geranium, peppermint, tea tree, grapefruit, cypress, bergamot, marjoram, ravensara, oregano, niaouli, basil. Want to learn more about the healing properties of rosemary and other essential oils? Educational courses in healing energy and aromatherapy can help you understand how essential oils heal the body/mind/spirit.
Essential Oils Tips

  • Essential oil can be put on radiators, scent rings, or light bulbs (avoid the socket).
  • Don’t use undiluted oils on your skin.
  • Skin test oils before using. Dilute a small amount and apply to the skin on your inner arm.
  • Keep oils away from eyes and mucous membranes.
  • Massage helps the skin to absorb essential oils.
  • Wax candles can be bought ready-impregnated with essential oils and are a delightful way of scenting a room.
  • Avoid applying Essential Oils immediately after perspiring or using a sauna.
  • Avoid strong sunlight or tanning beds after applying essential oils.

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