Used in aromatherapy to help relieve joint/muscle pain associated with sprain/strain/rheumatoid arthritis. Used in aromatherapy as a carminative/antispasmodic for symptomatic relief of digestive discomfort.
“Marine dew” is the beautiful Latin name (Ros marinus) of this virtuous and cozy Mediterranean plant that is rosemary. Rosemary crowns embellished the bride and groom, and rosemary was said to stimulate the memory of Greek students. A symbol of love, fidelity, and friendship, rosemary also served as an antimicrobial to purify the atmosphere of terrible epidemics of plague, or to strengthen the soul of mummified pharaohs. Formerly, in Sicily, dolls were made in the image of sick people to hasten their healing. A renowned aromatic plant of scrubland and maquis, it accompanies traditional dishes of the South and undoubtedly was considered a panacea, especially in herbal tea, alongside its sunny companion, lavender. Together, their essential oils soothe poststroke pain.
Its down, under its rolled-edge leaves, allows it to retain water, and its subshrubs bloom throughout the year with soft hues of blue, lilac, or white, depending on the location. New Roots Herbal has selected a Spanish essential oil of camphorated rosemary leaves, more specific to rheumatology and trauma.
Camphor is found in mucolytic pectoral ointments and in renowned pain relievers. Athletes are fond of it, as it promotes the elimination of lactic-acid crystals, a source of cramps, fatigue, and pain. Camphor is antinevralgic and anti-inflammatory, and it relaxes striated muscles and is externally repulsive. Camphorated rosemary essential oil (EO) is analgesic and relieves muscular or rheumatic pains.
Rosemary essential oil is employed in aromatherapy to relieve minor skin irritations, cuts, bruises, and burns. It’s also used in aromatherapy to help relieve joint pain associated with sprains, strains, and rheumatoid arthritis. Use in aromatherapy for relief from digestive discomfort, colds, and cough are among its many applications.
Caution: The EO’s ketones make it neurotoxic for children under 6, epileptics, and pregnant women (abortive). This invites to scrupulously respect topical dosages.
Adults: Mix with vegetable oil for topical application. Use undiluted for direct or steam inhalation. Not for oral use. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes; if this happens, rinse thoroughly with vegetable oil. For occasional use only.
|Each drop contains:|
|Organic rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis ct. camphoriferum) flowering herb top essential oil||100 %|