Latin Name: Rosmarinus officinalis ct camphor
Country of Origin: Spain
Extraction Method: Steam distilled ariel parts
Top-middle note with resinous, strong, woodsy aroma
Rosemary ct camphor is an excellent choice when addressing respiratory concerns, as it is highly anti-infectious. The camphor in this oil make it equally effective as an antispasmotic when added to pain reduction blends that address muscle and joint aches. Rosemary is considered a “cephalic” oil, meaning it can be energizing, awakening and can aid cognitive function.
Avoid rosemary ct camphor at dilution levels higher than 16%. Avoid Rosemary Camphor during pregnancy. Do not apply any rosemary chemotype to or near the face of infants or children under 5 years old.
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