Our pure Organic Rosemary Verbenone Essential Oil is steam distilled from the leaves of Rosmarinus officinalis, a perennial herb that produces lovely small pastel flowers.
The natural composition of rosemary essential oils can vary based on origin, climate and other factors. Organic Rosemary Verbenone Essential Oil naturally contains less cineole and camphor than Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil or Rosemary Camphor Essential Oil. Therefore, our Organic Rosemary Verbenone Essential Oil possesses a pleasant aroma that is characteristically that of rosemary, but it is more herabaceous, sweet and woody and much less camphorous in aroma than Rosemary Cineole or Rosemary Camphor chemotype oils. Those who don't often like the aroma of traditional Rosemary Essential Oil may find that they prefer the less camphorous aroma of our Organic Rosemary Verbenone Essential Oil.
Organic Rosemary Verbenone Essential Oil is comprised of significantly more monoterpenes, including a-Pinene, than most other rosemary oil chemotypes. It is a wonderfully uplifting oil that is prized its numerous benefits. It is well suited for use within aromatherapy, skin and hair care, holistic wellbeing, massage, cleaning, soap making, and fragrancing applications.
Organic Rosemary Verbenone Essential Oil blends well with many other essential oils and natural aromatics including but not limited to lavender, peppermint, cypress, cedarwood and basil and other oils within wood, herbal, spice and root families.
For topical formulations intended for adults, Essential Oil Safety Edition 2 by Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young recommend a dermal maximum of 6.5% for Organic Rosemary Verbenone Essential Oil.
Below is a summary of the primary constituents present within our Organic Rosemary Verbenone Essential Oil:
- a-Pinene: 38.8%
- Bornyl Acetate: 9.29%
- Camphene: 8.47%
- Cineole 1,8: 5.83%
- Borneol: 5.51%
- Verbenone: 4.97%
- Camphor: 4.57%
- Limonene: 3.88%
- B-Pinene: 2.27%
*Typical Shelf Life begins on the date of manufacture and is defined as the typical shelf life of an ingredient when it is stored and handled properly. The Typical Shelf Life is offered as a general guideline. It should not be considered to be an expiration date. Many ingredients are usable beyond the stated date, especially when stored and handled very carefully.