Rosemary is a fragrant herb native to the Mediterranean. High in antioxidants, Rosemary essential oil supports healthy liver function and digestion.* Rosemary essential oil clears mental confusion and soothes feelings of tension.
How do you use Rosemary oil?
- Diffuse Rosemary oil while studying to maintain concentration
- Take Rosemary oil internally to help reduce nervous tension and occasional fatigue.*
- Add 1–2 drops of Rosemary oil to meats and marinades for flavoring and to support healthy digestion.*
- Blend with Wintergreen oil and lotion for a soothing massage experience.
- Combine Rosemary oil with Epsom salts and Frankincense oil for a rejuvenating bath.
What are the benefits of Rosemary oil?
- Rosemary oil supports a healthy-looking scalp and head of hair
- Rosemary oil can be used to promote a healthy respiratory system and healthy digestion*
- Rosemary oil has powerful renewing and rejuvenating properties
- When taken internally, Rosemary oil has antioxidant properties*
Benefits of Rosemary oil
Rosemary oil supports a healthy scalp
Looking for a way to get a full, healthy-looking head of hair? Rosemary essential oil is a helpful addition to skin and hair products thanks to its mild cleansing properties. For a stimulating scalp massage, blend Rosemary oil with Melaleuca oil and Basil oil and leave on the hair for 15 minutes before showering and washing hair.
Use Rosemary oil to promote a healthy respiratory system and healthy digestion*
Wondering how to use Rosemary oil for internal benefits? Because Rosemary oil can be beneficial for promoting a healthy respiratory system and supporting healthy digestion, people commonly use the oil internally.* Consider adding a few drops of Rosemary oil to a veggie capsule or a glass of water when you want to support healthy internal organ function.*
Rosemary oil has powerful renewing and rejuvenating properties
The herbaceous energizing aroma of Rosemary oil makes it a popular oil, particularly for promoting a renewing, rejuvenating atmosphere. The chemical makeup of Rosemary oil makes it both energizing and grounding. At the end of a long day, take advantage of the renewing properties of Rosemary oil by adding it to a warm bath with other rejuvenating oils like Frankincense oil.
Use Rosemary oil for antioxidant properties*
When taken internally, Rosemary essential oil has antioxidant properties.* So, how do you use Rosemary essential oil to reap the internal benefits? Add it to your favorite meat dish or marinade for increased antioxidant support.* Rosemary oil is tasty in recipes (pairing well with chicken, lamb, pork, and potatoes), and you only need a tiny drop to get a big burst of flavor.
Common questions about Rosemary oil
Can I use Rosemary oil on my face?
Because the skin on the face can be sensitive and delicate, some people wonder if it is safe to use Rosemary oil on the face. The answer is yes, you can use Rosemary oil on your face to enjoy the cleansing benefits it holds for your skin.
So, how do you use Rosemary oil on your face? One of the easiest ways to experience the benefits of Rosemary oil for skin is to incorporate it into your normal skincare routine. Try adding a drop of Rosemary oil to your moisturizer and applying gently to your face.
Can I apply Rosemary oil directly to my scalp?
One of the greatest benefits of Rosemary oil is that it is good for promoting an abundant, healthy-looking head of hair and a healthy-looking scalp. For those who are wondering if they can apply Rosemary oil directly to the scalp, the answer is yes, you can. When you want to promote a full, healthy-looking head of hair, give yourself a scalp massage using Rosemary oil.
People often ask, “Can I leave Rosemary oil in my hair?” Yes, you can leave Rosemary oil in your hair, and even use it during styling. If you want some ideas for how to use Rosemary oil for hair, try this DIY Beach Wave Salt Spray or DIY Dry Shampoo with Rosemary oil.
What are the side effects of Rosemary?
Whenever you start using a new essential oil, it is a good idea to be aware of any safety guidelines that will help you use the oil properly and effectively. If you are worried about the possible side effects of Rosemary oil, first make sure that you are using the oil correctly.
We suggest diluting Rosemary oil with a carrier oil before applying it to the skin to help minimize any skin sensitivity. Before using Rosemary oil internally, make sure to dilute the oil in at least four ounces of liquid, or add the oil to a veggie capsule. As with all essential oils, it is wise to keep Rosemary oil out of reach of children, and to avoid contact with sensitive areas like the eyes and inner ears.
Which oil is best for hair?
Trying to find the best essential oils for hair? Rosemary oil is one of the best oils for hair, as it helps promote a healthy scalp and healthy-looking hair. Along with Rosemary oil, some of the best essential oils for hair include Lavender oil, Sandalwood oil, Thyme oil, Ylang Ylang oil, Clary Sage oil, and Melaleuca oil.
If you want to use Rosemary oil for hair, try this homemade Essential Oil Hair Perfume, this Herbal Hairspray DIY, or this Essential Oil Deep Conditioner.
Which brand of Rosemary oil is best?
When you are trying to decide where to buy Rosemary oil, you want to make sure the oil you are buying is safe, pure, and effective. Not all essential oils are created equal, and if you end up with a low quality or impure oil, you won’t be able to experience all of the powerful benefits that Rosemary oil has to offer.
Where does Rosemary oil come from?
Refreshing and herbaceous, the pleasant, pine-like aroma of Rosemary has been used to clear the mind for thousands of years. Rosemary is a fragrant herb in the mint family, which includes many popular kitchen herbs such as basil, sage, oregano, and marjoram. Ancient Greek scholars used Rosemary because of its beneficial effects on concentration and focus. Today, the essential oil is still used to ease nervous tension and occasional fatigue.*
The Latin name for Rosemary is “dew of the sea,” and true to its name, Rosemary grows wild on seashores throughout the Mediterranean. Most insects don’t like the smell of Rosemary, which makes it a beneficial garden plant.