Rosemary Essential Oil

  • Therapeutic Grade
  • Naturally Grown
  • Zero Adulteration
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About Rosemary

Rosemary (Salvia Rosmarinus) has traditionally been an integral part of medicines, cosmetics, culinary and many more. This is native to the Mediterranean and to a limited extent in India, but has now become famous all over the world.

The flowering tops and leaves of rosemary plant are steam distilled to extract its essential oil which offers a host of benefits for the mind and body. It has a strong woody, minty-forest like fragrance. 

Benefits and Uses of Rosemary Essential Oil

Benefits How to Use

Skincare: Improves skin tone, anti-ageing, removes under-eye bags, acne control

Haircare: Anti-hair fall, hair strength, controls dry scalp and premature greying

Pain Relief: Muscles, joints, sprain, headaches

Add a few drops of Rosemary oil to a carrier oil such as coconut oil, olive oil, almond oil, etc.

Gently massage with the diluted oil.

Oral health Against cavities, bad breath, plaque

Insect-RepellentAgainst bugs, mosquitoes

Homecare Room freshener

Add a few drops of rosemary oil to water

Use as a mouthwash
Spray the diluted water to ward off insects and deodorise.

Digestive Wellness Reduces constipation, cramps, bloating

Respiratory Wellness Treats allergies, sore throat, cold, and flu.

Liver detox and gall bladder wellness Stimulates appetite, regulates bile

Dip one end of a clean toothpick in rosemary oil and blend it with your choice of green tea

Stress Relief Aromatherapy, headache and tension relief, mood regulation

Cognitive Wellness Improves concentration and memory

Add a few drops of lemongrass oil to a diffuser or steam inhaler.

Personal Inhaler: Take crystal salt in a small glass bottle with a tight lid. Add a few drops of lemongrass oil in it and close it. Inhale from the bottle whenever necessary.

Experience the goodness of strong and fragrant essential oil


  • 1It is safer to use diluted rosemary essential oil rather than applying directly onto your skin.
  • 2Try a patch test of the diluted essential oil before using it. This way you can avoid any allergic reactions if any.
  • 3Store it in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
  • 4Although it is not scientifically proven, rosemary may induce menstrual flow. So, it is safer to avoid consuming it during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
  • 5Avoid using the essential oil on children below 2 years unless directed by your doctor.


Adulteration in essential oils has become very common due to its ever increasing demand across industries. This malpractice reduces the original potential of the oil and may even cause adverse reactions. There are three common ways essential oils are adulterated:

  • By adding synthetic chemicals
  • By adding low-grade essential oils
  • By diluting with carrier / cooking oils

Identifying quality and adulteration:

Identifying adulteration in essential oils is very difficult as the adulterants are very sophisticated. A lab test is usually the best option to check the quality of an essential oil, but there are a few methods we can check ourselves:

Storage Type Oil ring test: Pure essential oils are non – greasy

To protect essential oils from light and heat, it is best to store them in dark bottles.

If your essential oil comes in a transparent bottle, it has probably begun to lose its quality.

Place a drop of essential oil on a clean paper and wait for 30 to 40 minutes.

After the oil dries, if there is a grease ring formed, then the oil is probably impure.

If you can’t see the ring, touch the paper. If it is completely dry the oil is likely pure.