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Rosemary Essential Oil + DMSO Uses and Benefits

Native to the Mediterranean, this fragrant shrub produces leaves from which Rosemary essential oil is extracted.

Rosemary essential oil has been proven to be useful in everyday life for things beyond just cooking. A member of the mint family, Rosemary is a highly aromatic plant that is most commonly known for its use in traditional foods and dishes. Ancient people like the Egyptians, Romans, Hebrews, and Greeks considered rosemary to be sacred, and it was often used by healers in these early cultures.

Rosemary includes 1,8 Cineole and alpha pinene components, which are known for their renewing properties. They contribute to Rosemary’s ability to repel insects and to lift mood.

Rosemary oil benefits hair growth, digestion, helps reduce tension and stress, is an antibacterial and antioxidant, helps protect skin cells from damage, and can help promote a calm but focused felling.

Rosemary is the newest in our essential oil infused DMSO line, created to help promote healing and natural pain relief, and to help reduce inflammation in addition to the benefits of Rosemary essential oil. Get your bottle while they're on sale! 


*Resource: doTERRA

**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.

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