Rosemary essential oil - Rosmarinus officinalis L
Rosmarinus officinalis is grown around the Mediterranean coastline. Its name is derived from the Latin meaning "dew of the sea," as it is said that in many locations the only water it needs to live is the humidity in the air carried from the sea. For the best quality oil, only the fresh flowering tops should be distilled but some producers use the whole plant, thus yielding a lower grade oil.
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CategoryEssential Oils and Extracts
Harvest PeriodYear round
Natural StatusEU Natural
Organoleptic Descriptorsstrong, fresh, herbal, camphor, minty, balsam, woody
Common Applicationswoody, alpine, cologne, fir needle, spring rain
AppearanceColourless to pale yellow liquid
Optical Rotation-6.0 to +6.0
Refractive Index @20℃1.4620 - 1.4700
Specific Gravity @20℃0.900 - 0.920
Flash Point ℃43°C
Shelf Life (months)12
Storage RecommendationsSealed containers in a cool dark place. Check quality before use.