PAEOS™ Rosemary Essential Oil


Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis
Aroma: Strong, spicy, stimulating, slightly camphoric
Extraction: Steam distilled
Part of Plant: Whole plant
Country of Origin: Spain
Main Constituents: 40% Cineol 15% Camphene 11% Pinene

Citiing Susanne Fischer-Rizzi, Rosemary stimulates the central nervous system, strengthening mental clarity and awareness. The oil may be mixed with other essential oils that stimulate the mind – lemongrass, verbena, lemon, grapefruit, hyssop. In ancient times healers recognized the obvious memory-enhancing quality of this oil. Students in ancient Greece and Rome wore rosemary wreaths on their heads when in their studies. Rosemary also aids concentration and centring and is often used in meditation.

How to use

Neat for certain applications; mixed with a base oil for skin applications/massage; with steam & dry inhalation; in hot or cold compresses; in shower gels & shampoos; in a diffuser.


Use in a massage oil for rheumatic complaints, muscular pains, arthritis, and stress.

For low blood pressure (add rosemary, lemongrass and grapefruit to a carrier oil or shower gel).

As a compress for small burns, inflammations, grazes. As a pre-menstrual bath, when under stress, when exhausted. As an inhalant (mixes very well with eucalyptus and peppermint) for asthma, bronchitis, and dry coughs.

When used in cosmetics, Rosemary oil stimulates the circulation and is antiseptic and cell-regenerating. This makes it especially suitable for oily skin that is prone to circulatory problems. In hair care, Rosemary oil is used against the loss of hair and dandruff. Gives dark hair a nice shine!

Important: Please read our Usage & Safety Guidelines before using any oil.