Rosemary ct. 1,8-Cineol (Rosmarinus officinalis) Essential Oil

Rosemary ct. 1,8-Cineol (Rosmarinus officinalis) Essential Oil

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Rosemary ct. 1,8-Cineol (Rosmarinus officinalis) Essential Oil

Rosemary ct. 1,8-Cineol (Rosmarinus officinalis) Essential Oil

Product Description

Rosemary ct. 1,8-Cineol (Rosmarinus officinalis) Essential Oil
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Plant description

Latin Name : Rosmarinus officinalis
English Name : Rosemary
French Name : Romarin
Family : Lamiaceae
Origin : France, Morocco, Spain, Tunisia, Malawi

History and Origin

Rosemary is a shrub of the lamiaceae family native to the Mediterranean area.Its stem, that can reach two metres in length, is covered with a greyish bark and divides into opposing branches. Its leaves are longer than they are wide, with slightly rolled edges. Its blue flower spikes blossom from January to May. The name "rosemary" derives from the Latin for "dew" (ros) and "sea" (marinus), or "dew of the sea".

Rosemary has been one of the first plants widely used therapeutically, for cooking as well as for its pleasant aroma. As an example, in Ancient Greece, rosemary sprigs were burnt as incense at shrines. In the Middle Age, it was used to treat respiratory and circulatory disorders, liver congestion, muscular and rheumatic pain as well as skin and hair problems.

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Aromatherapy Data Sheet

Distilled Part : Aerial part
Extraction : Steam distillation
Oil Characteristics : Aspect: mobile and clear liquid. Colour: Pale yellow to yellowish green. Odor: Fresh and camphorated.
Properties :

Mucolytic, anticatarrhal, expectorant +++. Powerful bactericide (staphylococcus aureus, staphylococcus epidermidis, streptococcus...) +++. Fongicide +++

There are 3 varieties of rosemary: cineol rosemary, verbenone rosemary and camphor rosemary, for which essential oils all have beneficial effects for the respiratory tracts. They all act on various diseases because of their expectorant, antiseptic and bactericide properties.
Indications : Bronchitis, otitis, sinusitis. Cystitis and candidiasis. Chronic fatigue, asthenia, physical and intellectual overwork. Dyspepsia, digestive troubles.
Energetic and Emotional Effect : Rosemary oil is a psychic protector, particularly effective when used in the morning. The oil can also be used as a home protector. It is better to use it in the morning, because it acts as a stimulant and can cause insomnia. Rosemary stimulates the brain and mental activity. On a supreme spiritual level, it can also help development of clairvoyance.
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Uses

Culinary

There are 3 different kinds of rosemary: cineol rosemary, camphor rosemary and verbenone rosemary. Verbenone rosemary is better in the kitchen while camphor rosemary must be banned completely. The main culinary agreements are: compotes, oils, sauces, jams, mayonnaise, goat cheeses, eggs, poultries, marinades, vegetables, lambs, dressings.

Environment

Mist recipe

15 drops of lemon EO

15 drops of rosemary EO

5 drops of thyme EO

125ml of demineralised water or spring water

5ml of 70 % isopropyl alcohol

Mix essential oils and alcohol. Add the mix to water. Pour into a glass atomizer. Shake well to mix. Allow to stand for at least one week, agitating occasionally. Spray in a room to remove bad persistent odours or to purify air.

Recipe taken from Huiles essentielles pour la cuisine et le bien-être, Mélinda Wilson

Perfumery

Heart note

Synergy

It blends well with ginger, cumin and lemon.

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Safety

  • Not recommended during the first 3 months of pregnancy.

  • Possible skin irritation in pure form (dermocaustic). Make a skin test before using it for the first time.

  • Avoid eye contact.

 

Chromatography

Lot B-ROOFMAR12Q (2016/09)

Morocco

Terpine Oxide: 1,8-cineol (46,96 %)

Monoterpenes: α-pinene (12,87 %), β-pinene (6,35 %)

Monoterpenone: camphor (9,52 %)

 

Lot BROOFCIMAR06S (2017/10)

Morocco

Terpene Oxide: 1,8-cineol (44,92 %)

Monoterpenes: α-pinene (13,35 %), β-pinene (5,07 %)

Monoterpenone: camphor (11,38 %) 

 

Lot B-ROOFCIMAR09S (2018/05)

Morocco

Terpene Oxide: 1,8-cineol (43,07 %)

Monoterpenes: α-pinene (14,29 %), camphene (5,10 %)

Monoterpenone: camphor (12,52 %)

 

Lot BROOFCIESP02T (2018/03)

Spain

Terpene Oxide: 1,8-cineol (44,23 %)

Monoterpenes: α-pinene (12,64 %), β-pinene (8,01 %)

Monoterpenone: camphor (10,27 %)

 

Lot BROOFCIESP04T (2018/03)

Spain

Terpene Oxide: 1,8-cineol (44,23 %)

Monoterpenes: α-pinene (12,64 %), β-pinene (8,01 %)

Monoterpenone: camphor (10,27 %)

 

Lot BROOFCIESP10T (2019/09)

Spain

Terpene Oxide: 1,8-cineol (45,02 %)

Monoterpenes: α-pinene (12,63 %), β-pinene (7,00 %)

Monoterpenone: camphor (10,14 %)

 

Lot BROOFCIESP03U (2019/09)

Spain

Terpene Oxide: 1,8-cineol (45,02 %)

Monoterpenes: α-pinene (12,63 %), β-pinene (7,00 %)

Monoterpenone: camphor (10,14 %)

 

Lot BROOFCIESP12U (2019/19)

Spain

Terpene Oxide: 1,8-Cineol (45,85 %)

Monoterpenes: α-pinene (10,63 %), β-pinene (9,49 %)

Monoterpenone : camphor (8,99 %)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Documentation and References

FRANCHOMME, Pierre, PÉNOËL, Daniel, JOLLOIS, Roger, L’aromathérapie exactement, Édition Roger Jollois

DAVIS, Patricia, Aromathérapie spirituelle, Éditions de Mortagne

WILSON, Mélinda, Huiles essentielles pour la cuisine et le bien-être, Fides

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