Rosemary (Cineole) Essential Oil

Botanical Name:
Rosemary officinalis c.t. 1,8 cineol
Country of Origin:
Plant Part:
Whole Herb
Distillation Method:
Certified Organic
Overall Profile
Primary Constituents
alpha pinene
beta pinene
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Wholesale Certified Organic Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil

100% pure essential oil of Rosemary, steam distilled from Rosemary leaves and stems Certified Organically grown in Morocco. This is a wonderful, bright and potent Rosemary – highly recommended. One of the most important factors in the cineol-rich essential oils is that the stock be very fresh, and we take special care to ensure this quality for you. This Cineole Rosemary Oil is available from sample size up to 1 kg or more.


Rosemary in Latin is 'ros marinus' meaning 'dew of the sea'. An important culinary perennial herb, it grows in shrubs up to six feet high with leathery, needle-like silver-green leaves and small blue flowers. A native species to the Mediterranean, it has now spread throughout Europe, North Africa, various Middle Eastern countries, and the states of California and Nevada in the USA.


This rosemary essential oil is steam distilled from the branches and leaves of Rosemary herbs organically grown in Morocco.

Aromatherapy Notes

This Rosemary essential oil has a bright pine and eucalyptus-like menthol top note, a slightly sweet, orange-like middle note, and undertones of light wildflower honey and cedar shavings. It blends well with: Eucalyptus radiata, Basil, Peppermint and Pine oils.

Traditional Uses

Rosemary's long history includes use by grave-robbing bandits during the plague of the 1400's - the thieves doused themselves in 'Four Thieves Vinegar' (a mixture including Rosemary leaf, Clove, Lemon and Cinnamon) to protect themselves from infection while going about their 'business'. Folklore tells us the flowers of Rosemary were once white, and turned red forever when the Virgin Mary placed her cloak over the bush. As one of the oldest and most well known medicinal herbs, Rosemary has been used to drive away and repel moths in clothes chests, to fumigate sick rooms, to flavor ale and wine, and to mitigate the spreading of fevers. It was used to beautify, cleanse and rejuvenate skin as well as to fight gout and paralysis. In TCM, Rosemary is yang oil, and as such is warming and stimulating in both aroma and effect. Rosemary has been classically used for stimulating the mind, enhancing clarity, relieving stiffness of joints, and stimulating healthy hair growth.

Therapeutic Properties Described In The Aromatherapy Literature

Analgesic, Antibacterial, Antifungal, Antimicrobial, Antioxidant, Antiseptic, Antiparasitic, Antispasmodic, Aphrodisiac, Carminative, Cephalic, Cholagogue, Choleretic, Cictrisant, Cytophylactic, Diaphoretic, Digestive, Diuretic, Emmenagogue, Hepatic, Hypertensive, Nervine, Restorative, Rubefacient, Stimulant, Stimulant (adrenal cortex, circulatory, hepatobiliary), Stomachic, Sudorific, Tonic (nervous system and general), Vulnerary.

This Rosemary essential oil is the chemotype 1,8 Cineol and is especially useful against staph and strep bacteria.


  • Promotes hair growth
  • Deters hair loss


  • Mental stimulant
  • Strengthens focus and awareness
  • Can increase memory and recall
  • Stimulates blood flow to the brain

Muscles & Joints

  • Quells pain associated with rheumatism and arthritis
  • Balances hypertension (in small doses)
  • Balances hypotension (in higher doses)

Respiratory System

  • Combats bronchial, lung and chest infections

Application and Use


This oil has a lower ketone content than the Verbenone chemotype, thus it is considered a safer essential oil (though the keytones in the Verbenone type make it even more effective for skin care). Avoid use during pregnancy. Not recommended for use by people with high blood pressure or any history of epilepsy or other seizures.