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organic essential oils
Organic Rosemary Cineole essential oil is particularly recommended for pulmonary chills. It gives a pleasant feeling of warmth.
Rosemary Cineole essential oil contains eucalyptol.
Rosemary's genus name, "Rosmarinus", means "dew of the sea" : this plant indeed grows near the sea.
It can be found around the Mediterranean sea and was already grown in ancient times. Today, Rosemary is used in diffusion in several places of worship. 3 varieties of Rosemary essential oil exist: camphor, cineole and verbenone.
1,8-cineol Rosemary essential oil is used :
- Skin application : 1,8-cineol Rosemary essential oil may be applied on the skin provided that it is diluted (5% to 15% maximum) in vegetable oil.
- Diffusion : 5 to 10 drops in a diffuser, not pure but mixed with other essential oils.
Do not exceed the recommended doses (ask your physician or a pharmacist specializing in aromatherapy).
The information and advice given can in no case be a diagnosis, which necessarily requires an examination with your physician.
Essential oils must not replace medical treatment and a balanced diet.
Do not use more than 3 essential oils at the same time.
> Specific precautions:
Specific precaution for Rosemary Camphor essential oil:
Do not use in case of asthma.
Do not use if you have a medical history of epilepsy.
General guidelines for using essential oils :
Do not use on pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Ask medical advice for children under 6 years old.
In case of epilepsy and allergies to aromatic molecules, avoid using essential oils.
Do not use continuously in diffusion.
Avoid contact with eyes, ears or nose (except application mentioned in the conditions of use)
Avoid pure essential oil contact with skin (except application mentioned in the conditions of use)
Wash hands thoroughly, preferably with soap, after each use in massage.