The art of aromatherapy can be traced back to the great ancient civilisations of Egypt, Greece and Rome where essential oils were valued for their many uses. Aromatherapy oils may be used singly or mixed together to create your own blends. Herbaceous and sweet with a medium to strong initial aroma. This oil is neurotoxic (toxic to the nerves).
Rosemary oil can be effective for mental fatigue, for circulation problems, as a pain reliever for the muscular system and can help the respiratory tract and congested skin. Rosemary leaves were traditionally burned in hospitals to purify the air. It was also used by the common folk in place of Frankincense. Its strong, clear, refreshing herbal scent is both clarifying and invigorating. It aids in prevention of mental exhaustion, stress and stimulates circulation to skin and scalp, providing great toning and astringent properties. It also stimulates hair follicles. Rosemary oil has a pronounced action on the brain, clearing the mind and aids the memory. It also helps with headaches, and migraines. Aromatherapists use it to relieve suffering from poor circulation, muscle aches, rheumatic joint pains, water retention, cellulite, respiratory problems, colds, and flu. It is believed to act as a nerve tonic, energizing the central nervous system.
Net Wt.: 10 ml / 30 ml / 100 ml / 200 ml/ 450 ml / 1000 ml.