Rosemary was burned by the Greeks and Romans to purify the air against microbes and was a symbol of remembrance among scholars. Research shows that rosemary’s key compound, 1,8-cineole has a sharpening effect on the mind and leaves you feeling like there is nothing you can forget. Rosemary oil can also be used to ward off feelings of sluggishness and to bolster the breath.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
BEHIND YOUR OIL
Our oils are responsibly harvested from one single source, meaning that they are not diluted or mixed.
We can trace our oils from plant to bottle. We know our farmers and our distillers. We believe that consumers deserve to know what product they are buying, how it is produced and what the environmental impact is.
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In the Shakespeare play Hamlet, Ophelia says to Hamlet in Act 4 Scene 5, "There's Rosemary, that's for remembrance, pray you love, remember."LET'S GO
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