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celebrated as sacred and healing



Ros marinus means "dew of the sea" and is known as one of the oldest, most widespread and versatile medicinal plants. A truly magical herb, which is said to exert great attraction on elves and spirits of light... In ancient times, this sacred plant was consecrated to Aphrodite in purifying and ritual incense. Rosemary was also highly valued as the "incense of the poor". The Romans decorated their statues of gods with rosemary and wove the herb into the gladiators' wreaths. Benedictine monks brought it across the Alps to Germany in the Middle Ages - as protection from evil spirits for the dead and the living. And even today, rosemary branches traditionally adorn our bridal bouquets because they are a symbol of love and loyalty. Let's take advantage of the outstanding disinfecting effect of rosemary for sick rooms, as was once the case during the plague. The aromatic and preservative herb in Mediterranean dishes is well known to many of us and is an indispensable flavor enhancer. A mint family that loves sunny hillsides around the Mediterranean Sea as its home and whose essential oil is obtained by steam-distilling the herb.



mode of action

Essential rosemary oil gives us a strong boost to blood circulation as well as warming up in case of muscle pain, soreness and weakness. It fascinates and inspires us because it supports drainage and detoxification, promotes the reduction of lymphatic congestion and edema and has also proven itself when used with liver and bile wraps. Rosemary oil also scores points in fungal diseases, strengthens and invigorates our entire organism and has an antispasmodic, antiseptic, expectorant and strong antibacterial effect when we want to say goodbye to bronchitis. In the case of dandruff and hair loss, rosemary oil strengthens and activates the scalp, and in the case of low blood pressure it gives strength and energy at the beginning of the day. Essential oil rosemary is considered a stimulant for nerves and brain, strengthens your willpower and assertiveness and gives you power when you are weak, exhausted or have migraines. The active ingredients cineole and camphor contained in rosemary have an anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect.



application on the skin

For your morning shower or a strengthening shampoo, you can drip a few drops of rosemary essential oil into an unscented organic shower gel - a pick-me-up that lets you start the day fresh and clear!




Application to aromatherapy

A drop of rosemary oil on a handkerchief and placed on the bedside table in the sick room has an expectorant and antibacterial effect.










Caution: Please do not use rosemary essential oil if you have high blood pressure!



A notice:
Please never use essential oils pure, but only mix a few drops of them into a fatty oil so that the recommended number of drops is not exceeded. Other possible uses of an essential oil are, of course, fragrance lamps, nebulizers, diffusers or simply a handkerchief as a carrier material for room scenting, so that the oil can be absorbed through your respiratory tract. Essential oils are the potent essence of a plant, so always be aware of their potency. Essential oils are not suitable for children under 3 years of age.




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