Rosemary verbenone Essential Oil

Rosemary verbenone

Rosmarinus officinalis verbenoniferum

Rosemary Verbenone ( Rosmarinus officinalis verbenoniferum ) is a sub-shrub of the Lamiaceae family, originally from Corsica.

  • Bath

  • Skin application

  • Oral route

  • Respiratory route

Pure, Rosemary Verbenone  essential oil  should not be diffused more than 3 minutes. The oral route is limited to 7 days (presence of ketones).

Do not use
in pregnant or lactating women
in children under 15 years
in the person allergic to any of the components (limonene, linalool, geraniol)
in asthmatics without the advice of an allergist
in the epileptic people or people having a history of convulsive disorders,
in case of cardiac disorders (hypertension, arrhythmia ...)

5 drops of Rosemary Verbenone essential oil in 1 tablespoon of sweet almond oil or callophylum oil to massage the upper back, chest and soles, 3 times a day during 1 week .

Nervous fatigue, palpitations, feeling of oppression
Take 1 drop of Rosemary verbenone essential oil on a neutral tablet, 3 to 4 times a day, for 7 days. In addition, massage the chest and plexus morning and evening, for 3 weeks, with 4 4 drops of Rosemary verbenone diluted in 8 drops of sweet almond oil.

Hepatic fragility
1 drop of Rosemary verbenone essential oil to on a neutral tablet, 3 times a day, for 1 week.

Always seek advise from your pharmacist or GP.

Rosemary was the emblem of triumph among the Greeks and Romans. Stability, strength, justice, love and light make its reputation almost millennial.

Aromatherapy guide Isabelle Pacchioni


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