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Rosemary Essential Oil


  • Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis
  • Common Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
  • Plant Part Typically Used: Leaves and Flowers/Buds
  • Color: Clear
  • Consistency: Thin
  • Perfumery Note: Middle
  • Strength of Initial Aroma: Medium – Strong
  • Aroma: Fresh, herbaceous, sweet and slightly medicinal.
SKU: EOC-IN-E1037 Category:


What is Rosemary Essential Oil?

Rosemary’s essential oil — which holds the plant’s core components, or essence — is extracted using steam distillation method.

History of the Rosemary Plant

Different applications of rosemary essential oil or herb dates back to the medieval period of Human civilization. Reportedly, These were Greeks and Romans who were found first to use Rosemary as medicinal plant to cure certain diseases such as plague & Diarrhea and number of other stomach related health conditions.

How is Rosemary Essential Oil Produced? – Extraction Method

Our rosemary essential oil is derived through the steam distillation of the fresh tops of the flowers of rosemary plant. It produces about 10 to 20% oil and its main chemical components include 1,8-cineole, camphene, a-pinene, bornyl acetate, camphor, borneol, b-pinene, and limonene.

Major Constituents of Rosemary Oil

  • Camphor
  • 1,8-Cineole
  • a-Pinene
  • Gamma-Terpinene
  • Camphene

Uses & Benefits of Rosemary Essential Oil

  • May Improve Brain Function
  • Stimulates Hair Growth
  • May relieve stress
  • May reduce joint inflammation

Additional information

Net Quantity

10000ML / 338.14Oz / 22.00lbs, 1000ML / 33.81Oz / 2.20lbs, 100ML / 3.38Oz / 0.22lbs, 5000ML / 169.07Oz / 11.00lbs, 500ML / 16.91Oz / 1.10lbs

Product Specifications

Botanical Name Rosmarinus Officinalis
Color & Odor Either of colorless or pale Yellow liquid with a strong, clear, penetrating, camphor-like and herbaceous aroma.
Methods of Extraction Steam-distillation
Constituents Borny- Acetate, Borneol, Camphene, Camphor, 1,8-Cineole, Phellandrene, ?-Pinene, ß-Pinene, Terpinene, Terpineol and Verbenone.
Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.
Specific Gravity 0.890 – 0.912
Flash Point 43 °C
Optical Rotation -2.0° – +5.0°
Major Constituents Borny- Acetate, Borneol, Camphene, Camphor, 1,8-Cineole, Phellandrene, ?-Pinene, ß-Pinene, Terpinene, Terpineol and Verbenone.


  1. The oil has properties that improve brain functions.
  2. It is found helpful in stimulating hair growth.
  3. In folk medicine, rosemary essential oil is used as a mild pain reliever.
  4. It also helps repel certain blood-sucking insects.
  5. Inhaling rosemary oil may help reduce test anxiety.
  6. If you experience cold fingers and toes — even in relatively warm temperatures — rosemary oil is worth considering.
  7. Rosemary oil is commonly used for mental strain and fatigue in folk medicine.
  8. May Reduce Joint Inflammation.

How to Use


The easiest way to inhale rosemary essential oil is to open the bottle and breathe in. Besides, you can apply a few drops in moderation on a cloth or tissue and simply hold it near your face.

Topical Use

Kindly refer to below guidelines in order to consume rosemary essential oil topically:

Dilution How to prepare it
Babies 0.3% Use 1 drop essential oil per 1 tablespoon carrier oil
Children 1.0% Use 1 drop essential oil per 1 teaspoon carrier oil
Adults 2.0–4.0% Use 3–6 drops essential oil per 1 teaspoon carrier oil


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