Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary Essential Oil

(Rosmarinus officinalis)

topical aromatic

Rosemary essential oil is used topically and aromatically while Rosemary Vitality essential oil is dietary and therefore can be ingested.

Rosemary oil is steam distilled from a perennial shrub with needle-like leaves that can remain evergreen in warmer climates. The botanical, which is part of the mint family, is native to Mediterranean regions and has blue or purple flowers that give it an understated beauty. The familiar scent of Rosemary essential oil—as well as its robust, herbaceous aroma—has made it popular in aromatic and personal care products.

Rosemary essential oil uses include topical application and direct inhalation, and its complex, woodsy aroma can help create an energizing environment and promote a sense of clarity. In fact, you can find this powerful oil in Young Living’s Thieves® and En-R-Gee™ blends.

dry shampoo

How to use: For aromatic or topical use.  Diffuse, inhale, or add to bath water.  Apply to crown of head, back of neck, behind ears or inside wrists.  Possible skin sensitivity.

  1. Diffuse to freshen the air and enjoy a woodsy, energizing aroma
  2. Combine 1 drop Rosemary with 4 drops V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex. Dip a cotton ball in the solution and apply to a freshly washed face to help cleanse.
  3. Add 10–15 drops to shampoo or conditioner for healthier-looking hair.
  4. Diffuse when working on a project or homework to promote concentration
  5. Use in a dry shampoo for those in-between wash days
  6. Blend with wintergreen and V-6 for a cooling and relaxing massage.  Blend with lavender and V-6 for a stress reducing massage.

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Rosemary Vitality essential oil

Rosemary Vitality

(Rosmarinus officinalis)

Rosemary Vitality essential oil helps support a healthy lifestyle regimen and overall well-being*. This oil provides a savory addition to many meats marinades, side dishes, and dressings. Rosemary includes the naturally occurring constituents eucalyptol and alpha-pinene, and is an important ingredient in many Young Living products including Thieves®, En-R-Gee™, and JuvaFlex™ essential oil blends, Essentialzymes-4™ and Inner Defense™.

 Rosemary vitality microcompliant
 How to use: For internal use. To use as a dietary supplement, add to food, water or other beverages. Can also place a few drops in a vegetable capsule and take internally to support overall wellness.
  1. Marinades: Add a drop of Rosemary Vitality (or less!) to your favorite marinade for a distinctive Italian flare!
  2. Water: Add a drop to your water daily to support overall well being.
  3. Olive Oil: Add various culinary herb essential oils to your olive oil, such as Rosemary Vitality. Pour over a plate of balsamic vinegar and use foccacia bread for dipping.
  4. Salad dressing: Add Rosemary Vitality to your vinegarette salad dressing
  5. Tomato Pasta Sauce: Add 2 drops of Basil Vitality essential oil and 1 drop each of Rosemary Vitality and Thyme Vitality essential oil to tomato sauce base.

dipping oil

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BATH SALTS using essential oils

BATH SALTS

What kind of salt do I use?

Sea Salt, Epsom salt, Dead Sea Salt, Kosher salt or a combination of salts. Salts can come in several grain sizes and combining them can make a visually appealing mix. Keep in mind larger salts take longer to dissolve and can be painful on sensitive tushies.

What else can I add?

Some people use 1/4 cup baking soda per 1 cup salt to add a bit of fizz to their bath.  Others add carrier oils such as Jojoba oil or fractionated coconut oil for added moisturization.  To be super fancy you can add small bits of dried herbs or flowers for accents (lavender, rose petals, rosemary). Also, these salts make great gifts and adding 1-2 drops of food or soap coloring adds a wonderfully flair!  Note: Be VERY careful about adding coloring to your bath salts as using too much food coloring may stain the skin or your tub.  Find soap colorants on amazon HERE

How many drops of essential oil do I add?

Again, this is mostly personal taste. 5-10 drops of essential oil per cup of salt is a good place to start.   Use approximately 1/2 cup of salt per bath.

How do I mix them?

Add your salts into a stainless steel bowl and add your coloring, baking soda, oil or flower bits first.  Mix well.  Then add your essential oils.  Let oils dry for a couple hours before putting in an air tight glass jar.

How do I  use them?

Use 1/4 to 1/2 cup of bath salt mix in a regular sized tub.  Pour salt in a warm bath and wait for the salt to dissolve.  Did you know you can also use bath salts in the shower?  Just grab a handful and add a little bit of shower gel and gently massage on your skin to exfoliate dead skin cells.

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relaxing bath salts

In addition to using single oils by themselves, here are a few other ideas below:

Try these other combinations once you expand your collection:

Relax: Melaleuca (Tea Tree) and Lavender

Bad Day Buster: Eucalyptus and Citrus Fresh

Confidence: Citrus Fresh and Idaho Blue Spruce

Uplifting: Bergamot and Pine

Happy Happy Joy Joy: Frankincense and Geranium

Romance: Ylang Ylang and Jasmine

Energizer: Eucalyptus, wintergreen

Soothing: Jasmine and rose

Invigorating: Any combo of citrus oils!!

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