Aura Cacia Rosemary Essential Oil .5 oz.

Aura Cacia Rosemary Essential Oil .5 oz.
Aura Cacia Rosemary Essential Oil .5 oz.
Aura Cacia Rosemary Essential Oil .5 oz.
 
$9.50 USD
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Rosemary essential oil is known for its strong resinous, herbaceous aroma and usefulness for a wide variety of applications. Rosemary’s name is fitting given its wild growing conditions — the Latin word “ros” means "dew," and “marinus “means "sea." Its silver-green, needle-like leaves are often sprayed by sea mists blowing in from the Mediterranean.

Aura Cacia Rosemary Essential Oil is typically wild-harvested in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. The harvest is controlled by the government and each section can be harvested just once every three years. The distillation season coincides with the blooming of the plants in the spring. The rosemary is distilled fresh or even slightly dried. The distillation units are fueled by the spent rosemary from previous distillations which promotes sustainability.
    The main constituents in rosemary include cineole, camphor, and camphene which give the oil its herbaceous, eucalyptus-like aroma.
        Rosemary combines well with many essential oils, including peppermint, eucalyptus, lavender, spice oils, citrus oils, and clary sage.  Rosemary is generally considered a middle note.

          Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary)

          Origin: Morocco

          Directions: Because essential oils are highly concentrated, we recommend diluting them in a carrier product like skincare oil, water, unscented lotion, or unscented liquid soap. 

          Size: 0.5 oz.

           

          • Paraben Petroleum Free
          • No Synthetic Fragrances
          • No Synthetic Colors or Stabilizers
          • No Animal Testing
          • 100% Pure Essential Oils
          • Paraben Free
          • GC/MS Tested for Purity

           

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