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Oct

The Top Uses of Rosemary Oil

As well as the lavender, at Jersey Lavender we also grow and distil Rosemary OilRosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis). It’s easy to grow and can be harvested and distilled when we are not hectically processing the lavender. You’ve all heard of rosemary with your roast lamb, but less well known is that it is a commonly used perfumery ingredient and has some longstanding therapeutic benefits.

Historically, it has mainly been associated with the strengthening of the memory and is thus a popular emblem of fidelity, constancy and rememberance throughout the ages.

Here are our top suggestions for the use of our Jersey grown and distilled Rosemary Oil.

1. Stimulant
2. Decongestant
3. Stiffness and muscle pain
4. Hair tonic:
5. General ‘tonic’
6. Defence Against Infections

To see the full article with more details of the above uses see: Top Uses of Rosemary

At Jersey lavender we use our rosemary oil in conjuction with the lavender in a range of products – Lavender & Rosemary products. The fragrance is fresh, clean amd herbal and popular with both men an women.

Published Date: 10th October 2010
Category: Rosemary Oil

One Response to The Top Uses of Rosemary Oil

  1. eastlandgrl says:

    interesting, thanks

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