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Rosemary Tunisia Essential Oil is a heady, camphoraceous scent that is fresh, strong herbaceous. It is similar to lavender put with pronounced medicinal notes and a wood-balsamic undertone. It is popular in aromatherapy and is used as a brain booster. Used in a diffuser it increases mental alertness, reduces depression and improves both memory and mood. It even boosts self-esteem!
Rosemary is a truly versatile oil that has many health benefits as well. It aids in respiration. It is a natural pain reliever that helps soothe muscle aches and pain. It aids in digestion and sooths upset stomachs. It helps ease headaches and hangovers. It helps with prostate issues. Also useful for earaches. For your skin rosemary has antiitch, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties that make it a natural sanitizer. It makes a natural insecticide to keep pests away. Rosemary is also very popular in shampoos and conditioners because it does wonderful things for your hair.
Botanical Name: Rosmarinus Officinalis
Warning: Essential oils are for external use only.
Benefits of Rosemary Essential Oil
1 oz. Rosmarinus Officinalis O-R361-E
Essential oils are for external use only
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Unrefined Shea butter does not spoil, but it does lose some of its healing properties after 18 months.
Unrefined Shea butter does not spoil, but some of its health benefits decrease after 18 months.
Egypt's answer to pure skin health Discover the 2000-year-old health and skincare secret of black seed oil. Known as the seed of blessing. Black seed has been prized it's healing properties since time immemorial. Said to cure everything except death.
Derived from the buttercup plant in Egypt, this oil has become immensely popular throughout the world for its skincare benefits. Black seed oil contains a high vitamin, mineral and essential fatty acid content, which make it an amazing skin treatment. The pharaoh Tutankamun even had a bottle of the oil in his tomb! Made in Egypt.