Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil
Rosemary, the herb of remembrance, is immensely beneficial for a broad number of ailments. It is also invigorating and aromatically alluring and refreshing, making it a very popular aromatherapy oil.
Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil immensely protective of our DNA & nerve health, making it ideal for protecting us against wireless technologies. There are various scientific studies which reveal the DNA protective potential of Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil, as well its ability to help repair nerve damage caused by wireless technologies.
It is considered to be the best essential oil for protecting against non-native EMF, (synthetic electromagnetic fields created by wireless technologies).
Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil is an excellent bactericidal & fungicidal. It elicits significant antimicrobial effects against antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria, and several prevalent fungal infections.
It has been scientifically proven to be effective against the following:
- 3 x Gram-positive bacteria: Staphylococcus epidermidis + Staphylococcus aureus + Bacillus subtilis
- 3 x Gram-negative bacteria: Proteus vulgaris + Pseudomonas aeruginosa + Escherichia coli
- 2 x fungal infections: Candida albicans + Aspergillus niger
Organic Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil is an important ingredient in several popular Wild As The Wind blends:
Rosemary Essential Oil Health Benefits
Rosemary Essential Oil possesses many and varied helath benefits. It has a proven track record for digestive support. And, according to PubMed, (a US government health website), in research entitled: Antioxidant activity of rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) essential oil and its hepatoprotective potential, Rosemary Essential Oil also provides liver support, in a number of different ways.
The hepatoprotective nature of Rosemary Essential Oil means that it is excellent for detoxifying, increasing bile production and improving liver enzyme levels. These functions support our health at a systemic level.
When our liver, gallbladder, and gastrointestinal system, are functioning normally, it means that nutrient absorption is improved, and detoxification is optimised. Our liver is our major detoxification pathway, so, optimising liver function, ultimately supports us at a profound systemic level.
Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil health benefits are thought to include the following:
Analgesic + anti-ageing + antianxiety + antibacterial + antidepressant + antifungal + anti-inflammatory + antimicrobial = antioxidant + antiseptic + antispasmodic + anti-tussive + antiviral + astringent + carminative + cephalic, (relating to the head) + decongestant + digestive tonic + diuretic + expectorant + hepatoprotective + mucolytic + stimulant
Please consult the Glossary Of Terms for further insights.
Rosemary Essential Oil Traditional Health Benefits
Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil traditional health benefits are thought to include:
- Improving memory
- Rituals: weddings / hand fasts + funerals
- Anxiety + depression + exhaustion
- Muscular aches & pains
- Nervous system support
- Hormone balance
- Respiratory conditions + sore throat
- Detoxication agent + circulation boosting
- Adrenal, Gall Bladder + Liver + Immune support
- Brain health + memory + headaches + brain fog
- Regenerating nerve tissue
- Digestive health
- Arthritis + Rheumatism
- Vaginal infection
- Vertigo (Meniere’s disease) + dizziness
Rosemary Essential Oil Aroma
Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil has an invigorating aroma with lemony undertones, making it aromatically the preferred Rosemary Essential Oil.
Rosemary Essential Oil For Haircare
Rosemary Essential Oil is one of three essential oils recognised for its ability to improve hair growth and the overall health of our hair. It has been traditionally used to restore hair and as an important ingredient in conditioners. The same is true of the two other essential oils, which are excellent for haircare:
Learn how to use these essential oils to make a healing hair oil, which can also be used as a beard oil, on the Organic Argan Oil page.
Wild As The Wind stock a good number of options of these three aromatherapy oils. Simply search for the oil you are interested in using the search box at the top of the page to see all of the alternatives.
There are several versions of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil to choose from, (up to 8 options). The same is true of Rosemary Essential Oil, (c. three options) and approximately seven Lavender Essential Oil options.
Rosemary Essential Oil Chemotypes
Whilst all Rosemary Essential Oils provide similar benefits, this immensely beneficial aromatherapy oil has at least five different chemotypes, or chemically distinct varieties. This means the chemical compounds found in each of the different types of Rosemary Essential Oil differ from each other.
Chemotypes are sometimes referred to as chemovars.
The two most popular Rosemary Essential Oil chemotypes are:
- Rosemary Essential Oil ct Cineole
- Rosemary Essential Oil ct Camphor
Rosemary Essential Oil ct Cineole, (INCI Salvia Rosmarinus ct cineole), contains the highest amount of the oxide 1,8 cineole, of all the different Rosemary Essential Oils.
Rosemary Essential Oil ct Cineole is a warming Rosemary Oil, as opposed to Rosemary Essential Oil ct Camphor, which is more cooling. It is the most cephalic of the Rosemary Oils, making it the best choice for brain function, and emotional issues of a known origin.
Rosemary Essential Oil ct Camphor, (INCI: Salvia rosmarinus ct camphor), contains the highest amount of the ketone camphor of all of the Rosemary Essential Oils. This makes it the most effective of the Rosemary Essential Oils for respiratory infections and disorders. It is also helpful for muscle spasms and the relief of tension and strains of physical exertion. Rosemary Essential Oil ct Camphor is more cooling than Rosemary Essential Oil ct Cineole.
The lesser known and used varieties include:
- Rosemary Essential Oil ct Verbenone
- Rosemary Essential Oil ct Borneol
- Rosemary Essential Oil ct Bornyl acetate
The variance in chemotypes between these Rosemary Essential Oils is due to the different growing conditions within which the Rosemary plants are grown.
Rosemary plants are grown commercially in many different regions of the world. These regions differ distinctly from each other in terms of climate and terrain. The levels of sun and rain, as well as soil quality, all dramatically influence the quality of the plants and the chemical composition of the essential oils found within the plants.
Wild As The Wind Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil
Wild As The Wind Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil is a premium quality aromatherapy oil, suitable for therapeutic purposes.
- INCI: Rosmarinus officinalis Leaf Oil ct cineole or Salvia rosmarinus Leaf Oil ct cineole
- Plant Family: Lamiaceae
- Parts Used: Flowers & Needle-like Leaves
- Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
- Perfumery Note: Middle to top
- Chemotype: Cineole
- Chemical Family: Ketones, Monoterpenes, Oxides
- Appearance: Clear to pale yellow, thin consistency
- Origin: Tunis
- Shelf Life: 5 Years
Cautions & Contraindications
Has GRAS Status
Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil is generally considered non-toxic. However, if oxidised, it should be disposed of as the oxidised oil can cause skin irritation or sensitization.
Avoid if epileptic, or if you suffer from hypertension, or you are taking heart medications / blood thinners.
Pregnant and breastfeeding women should also avoid Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil due to the camphor content.
This is a stimulating oil. It should be avoided in the late evenings or by those who are already over-stimulated.
Children under the age of six should not use Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil for inhalation purposes.
It can, however, be safely used in chest and tummy rubs for children as young as 2 years of age.
“Do not apply to or near the face of infants or children.” Robert Tisserand & Rodney Young
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils are premium quality, therapeutic grade aromatherapy oils.
Professional therapists use Wild As The Wind Essential Oils, including Osteopaths and Massage Therapists.
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils are also used domestically, for home remedies as well as in green cleaning products etc.
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils Are Suitable For:
- Diffusing & nebulising
- Diluting to make body & bath oils (1% dilution)
- Using in your household first aid kit (average 2% dilution)
- Adding to your shampoos, conditioners & liquid soaps (5 drops per 100ml)
- Diluting to make face oils (2% dilution)
- Formulating effective household cleaners & sanitisers (average 5% dilution)
Please consult How To Use Essential Oils for more information on how to use aromatherapy oils, and how to blend them.
However, not all essential oils are suitable for all applications. For this reason you must read the specific safety advice, including cautions and contraindications, for the specific essential oils you intend to use.
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