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Rosemary ct Cineole


  • Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis
  • Origin: Morocco
  • Process: Steamed Distilled Essential Oil
  • Plant Part: Leaves
  • Cultivation: Wild Grown
  • Use: Aromatherapy
  • Note: Middle Note
  • Aroma: Fresh and herbaceous with a low camphor content.
  • Certificate of Analysis
  • MSDS

Product Name SKU Price Qty
  1. Rosemary ct. Cineole Sample (20-30 drops) 890-3
  2. Rosemary ct. Cineole 1/4 oz 890-6
  3. Rosemary ct. Cineole 1/2 oz 890-7
  4. Rosemary ct. Cineole 1 oz 890-8
  5. Rosemary ct. Cineole 2 oz 890-9
  6. Rosemary ct. Cineole 4 oz 890-10
  7. Rosemary ct. Cineole 8 oz 890-11
  8. Rosemary ct. Cineole 16 oz 890-12
  9. Rosemary ct. Cineole 1 kg 890-25


Rosemary ct. Cineole Essential Oil

Rosemary is a well known herb native to the Mediterranean region. Rosemary essential oil is used therapeutically in skin and hair care products as well as memory formulas and various liniments.

This Rosemary essential oil is the chemotype 1,8 Cineole, said to be especially useful against staph and strep bacteria. It is less camphorous than some other types of rosemary. It also has a lower ketone content than the Verbenone chemotype, thus it is considered a safer essential oil.

Avoid use during pregnancy. Not for use by people with high blood pressure or a history of epilepsy.

Aromatherapy Uses: Stimulating; relieves muscle pain, and helps combat signs of acne and dandruff. Improves digestion and is useful for bronchial conditions.

Safety Considerations: Avoid use with small children, elders, epileptics, pregnant and/or nursing women.

Rosemary - Rosmarinus officinalis

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Customer Reviews for Rosemary ct Cineole

Clean crisp uplifting scent Review by Kalanit
I’ve sampled this and found it to be (if my nose is a trutworthy guide) extremely high in cineole, with a very crisp clean scent. I did not, however, identify very much of a rosemary scent. I’d say it’s a great respiratory oil as long as cineole doesn’t bother your sensitive lungs. In my case it works best if I inhale it from a slight distance - for palm inhalation at least 8 or 10 inches from my nose. Of the high cineole oils, including ravintsara and eucalyptus, this is my favorite. I would definitely recommend this oil even though or possibly because it is not dominated by the scent of rosemary. I haven't yet tried blending with it, but I'd imagine it might lend an almost minty note to a blend. I love how very crisp an oil this is with no funk, no dirty notes at all as rosemary sometimes has. (Posted on 8/29/14)