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Rosemary Essential Oil

Name: Rosemary Essential Oil

Scientific Name: Rosmarinus  officinalis

German Name: EchterRosmarin

French Name: Romarin

 

Active Ingredients:

  • α-Pinene
  • Cineole
  • Camphor
  • Camphen

This plant is perennial very fragrant. The height of its branches is from 50 centimeters to 1 meter. In addition, its leaves are ever green, opposite, thin, long, acute and rather tough.

For providing rosemary essential oil, flowering part or dried leaves are used. It is gained through steam distillation. Rosemary essential oil has pleasant and fragrant odor. It is colorless or tending to yellow. The mentioned essential oil becomes a little brown and dense. It is insolvable in water.    

Industrial Uses

  • Raw and lateral substances for pharmaceutical industries for the production of drugs like hair and eyebrow tonic solution
  • As a flavorant for food industries for the production of products like chew, chocolate, pastil, drinks and sweets
  • Health and beauty industries like soap manufacturing
  • Insecticides

Therapeutic Properties

  • Analgesic for rheumatic pains and arthritis
  • Strong antiseptic
  • Improving behavioral disturbances
  • Temporary paralysis due to the nerve disorders
  • Stimulating the brain for improving memory

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There is an increasing demand for herbal medicines, health products, pharmaceuticals. Glycyrrhiza glabra Linn is a plant used in traditional medicine across the world for its ethnopharmacological value.

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