BEWIT Rosemary RAW, CO₂
100% pure essential oil
BEWIT Rosemary RAW, CO₂
Rosemary essential oil has a bright, energising, herbal scent that will support and uplift. It will help to relieve and find strength, confidence and concentration. Rosemary is known as a cheering herb or as the „herb of remembrance“. It is said to bring a „swing to life“.
100% pure and natural
All ingredients contained in the product are 100% pure and natural and non-synthetic.
Our ethical approach is based on respect for all living things = we have not, do not and will never in the future test our products on animals.
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To ensure maximum results every time, we make our essential oils from plants that come from the best sources around the world. We select our ingredients with an emphasis on scientific knowledge, historical wisdom, the legacy of our ancestors and practical results.
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100% PURE ROSEMARY ESSENTIAL OIL
A plant native to the Mediterranean region. It has been used for thousands of years in cooking, but also in folk medicine. Today it grows across Asia, America and Europe.
The name rosemary derives from the Latin words ros („dew“) and marinus
(„sea“), or "dew of the sea ". It is said that when the
Virgin Mary was resting, she spread, her blue mantle on a rosemary bush and the
white flowers turned blue. The bush became known as the "Rose of Mary
It is said that rosemary essential oil is good for those who have problems getting up in the morning.
Caring for hair and scalp
In the cosmetic industry, it is used as part of products in supporting the hair roots and thus to strengthen and grow hair.
Ideal for students
It is widely known that it should not be missed when studying. Its use is mentioned in alternative classes. It can stimulate to increase performance – speed and accuracy in completing tasks.
Relaxation with Rosemary
In aromatherapy, rosemary essential oil is used as a possible aid for nervous tension, it can relieve feelings of fatigue and promote alertness and concentration.
For fresh breath
Often used as part of a mouthwash to help remove bad breath.
Rosemary essential oil can help relieve colds.
BENEFITS OF ROSEMARY ESSENTIAL OIL
- Supports the scalp and may encourage hair growth and thickening.
- Possible support for joint problems and muscle relaxation.
- May help with memory and concentration.
- May help with cooling.
- May help to regain confidence, invigorate.
- Could help to cope with stressful situations.
- Suitable as an addition to massage and bath preparations.
- To help relieve stress while studying/working and maintain concentration inhale from a diffuser or dilute with a carrier oil and apply to the top of the throat. You can help yourself by combining with BEWIT LEARNING or BEWIT MEMORY.
- To nourish and support beautiful hair, you can also use BEWIT PRAWTEIN HAIR in combination with HAIR SERUM, 200 ml.
- For application on the skin, dilute rosemary essential oil with BEWIT cold-pressed vegetable oils.
- Become an author and mix your ideal product tailored to your skin's needs with BEWIT Essential Base Oil.
- By complementing your Rosemary Essential Oil skin treatment with some BEWIT Essential Water, your skin will be more hydrated, softened, and the synergy will contribute to a clearer and more effective refinement. This synergy is especially suitable for dry and acne-prone skin. The essential water is also ideal for replenishing the skin.
- Rosemary essential oil blends well with Lavender, Frankincense, Sage, Cardamom, Geranium, Peppermint as well as Cedarwood.
A GLIMPSE INTO THE HISTORY OF ROSEMARY
Historically, rosemary was considered a sacred herb by the ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Hebrews and Romans and was used for many purposes. The Greeks wore a tower with rosemary around their heads when studying because it was believed to improve memory. Along with the Romans, they used it at almost all celebrations and religious ceremonies, including weddings, as a reminder of life and death.
It warded off the plague
In the Middle Ages, it was believed to drive away evil spirits and prevent the onset of dengue fever. With this belief, rosemary branches were scattered along paths and left in doorways to prevent the plague from spreading. Rosemary was also an ingredient in "Four Thieves Vinegar ", which was a mixture used by grave robbers to protect against the plague.
He brought good luck
The plant was attributed with the power to bring happiness and joy and the ability to protect against magic and witchcraft. Wiliam Langham (1579) advised, „Cook much rosemary and bathe in it to be strong, vigorous, cheerful, popular and young.“ Paracelsus, a German-Swiss physician and botanist who contributed greatly to the understanding of herbal medicine in the 16th century, valued rosemary oil for its ability to strengthen the body as well as heal organs such as the liver, heart and brain.
Symbol of remembrance
As a symbol of remembrance, rosemary is thrown into graves as a promise that loved ones who have died will not be forgotten.
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Czech botanical name: Rozmarýn lékařský
English name: Rosemary
Latin name: Rosmarinus officinalis
Country of origin: India
Method of production: Supercritical extraction using CO₂ carbon dioxide. Extraction is carried out at low temperatures.
Plant part used: Leaves