The first time I sniffed Corsican Rosemary essential oil, it felt like a first time experience with Rosemary. The scent is intensely clean and much finer than other Rosemary oils available. It smells like only the flowers were distilled which I have plans of distilling sometime in the future.
Rosemary is indispensable and should be considered an integral part of a basic essential oil kit that includes Lavender, Tea Tree, Frankincense, Eucalyptus and Orange. The essential oil was suggested by Guenther as an ingredient in rubefacient liniments and we certainly use it in many of our muscle rub and hand cream formulas both to encourage healing and act as a natural preservative. Rosemary provides healing clout to skin and is beneficial to apply particularly when it is hot. I have added a drop or two in a Men‚Äôs blend as it complements conifers, particularly Canadian Fir. My favorite way to use Rosemary essential oil is adding a few drops to Amla oil and massaging into the scalp stimulate the hair follicles. Highly recommended.
Suggested uses: Blend with Eucalyptus or several different species of Lavender in jojoba oil for a refreshing body oil. A few drops can be added to our Amla oil to stimulate the scalp and encourage growth.
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