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Rosemary Essential Oil Recipes

Homemade Rosemary Essential Oil Recipes

Rosemary herb is originally native to the Mediterranean region and has been used for its healing, medicinal and psychological effects for centuries. Research has shown that an antioxidant acid obtained from rosemary could possess neuroprotective effects in neuroinflammation and oxidative stress. Rosemary essential oil extraction has a variety of uses and health benefits. You can use rosemary oil for topical use, aromatic, and internal uses. When using the rosemary oil produced by our essential oil distillation kits, you can have your homemade rosemary oil in minutes. Homemade rosemary essential oil extraction has a variety health benefits on the body and a variety of uses. Many people who purchase rosemary essential oils enjoy using them for massages, baths, yoga, and aromatherapy. In addition, DIY rosemary oil helps reduce body pains and aches, stimulates hair growth, anti-inflammatory, improves memory, improves gallbladder function, and more.

When using rosemary oil and other homemade essential oils, it’s important to use carrier oil when applying on your skin. Carrier oils are applied topically with the essential oil extraction to ensure they are applied to the skin comfortably. It dilutes the essential oil, but does not dilute the effect of the oil. Several types of carrier oil that you can purchase and utilize with your homemade rosemary oil are avocado oil, grape seed oil, olive oil, almond oil, argon oil, and more. Start making your own DIY rosemary essential oil recipes by using our essential oil extraction kits.


Oregano Oil Health Benefits

  • Reduces body pains & aches
  • Improves memory
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Improves gallbladder function

DIY Rosemary Oil Extraction Uses

Quality DIY Rosemary Oil Recipes

When it comes to DIY rosemary essential oil making and recipes, look no further than OilExTech. Our essential oil extractors and recipes are the highest quality on the market. Purchasing a rosemary essential oil extraction kit will allow you to have all the benefits of essential oils from your home. In fact, you get to make DIY rosemary oil yourself through a microwave and best of all, cleanup is easy. Essential oil of Rosemary is considered a tonic and astringent by aromatherapists. This oil can reduce nasal and lymphatic congestion, it is a mild analgesic to ease muscular pain, and it’s also antibacterial. Safely distill your homemade rosemary oil in minutes with our EssenEx 100A kit. Below is a popular homemade rosemary essential oil hair strengthening recipe. If you have any other questions about essential oil distillation and our kits, contact us today.


How to make Rosemary Oil

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup rosemary
  • 2 cups oil
  • Slow cooker
  • Strainer
  • Bowl
  • Small sealable glass container

Directions:

homemade rosemary essential oils

For how to make Rosemary oil, first begin with removing the rosemary leave from the stem and measuring our one cup. From there, choose a carrier oil and measure out two cups, sunflower or safflower oil works the best. Place the the oil and rosemary into a slow cooker, or you can place the rosemary in a small glass jar and cover with the oil, sealing the top. Set your slow cooker to low, and let warm for six hours. Or place the rosemary- and oil-filled glass on a sunny windowsill and let sit for at least a week. Allow the warm oil to cool in the slow cooker for an hour, and then strain over a bowl. Pour the finished rosemary infused oil in a small glass container, and it’s ready to use.

Rosemary Hair Strengthening Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 2 drops of altar cedar wood oil
  • 2 drops of thyme oil
  • 3 drops of lavender oil
  • 3 drops of rosemary oil
  • 1/2 once of a carrier oil (jojoba, coconut, or grapeseed oil)

Directions:

Combine the altar cedar wood oil, thyme oil, lavender oil and rosemary oil. Mix these together with the carrier oil. Then massage the mixture into your scalp and finger comb the oil treatment through your hair, focusing on the brittle ends and dry areas. You can put your hair in a warm, moist towel, a plastic bag, or no wrap at all–but leave the essential oil treatment in your hair for at least a half an hour. Complete the process by washing your hair with a protein-rich volumizing shampoo and finish with a protein-based conditioner. After that you can style as your normally would!