ROSEMARY CINEOLE ESSENTIAL OIL

Description

Rosemary cineole essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the branches and flowers of the botanical species Rosmarinus officinalis L. belonging to the Lamiaceae family.

Rosemary is an aromatic, woody, evergreen shrub that is highly branched and occasionally stunted and can grow up to 2 meters in height. The young stems are covered with fluff —which disappears as they grow—, as they age they become reddish in color and with cracked bark.

The leaves, small and very abundant, have a linear shape. They are opposite, sessile, whole, with the edges downwards and of a dark green color, while on the underside they are whitish and covered with hairs. In the area of ​​union of the leaf with the stem, the flowery bouquets are born.

The flowers are about 5 mm long. They have the bilabial corolla in one piece. The color is pale violet blue, pink or white, with a green or somewhat reddish calyx, also bilabied and flared. They are axillary flowers, very aromatic and melliferous; they are located at the top of the branches, they have two bent stamens welded to the corolla and with a small tooth.

The fruit, enclosed in the bottom of the calyx, is formed by four noculae 1.5-3 by 1-2 mm, ovoid, flattened, light brown in color with a light spot in the insertion area.

Rosmarinus officinalis L. is produced throughout the year.

Benefits

The virtues of rosemary cineole essential oil are numerous. Antiseptic, stimulating and invigorating, it is ideal for massage. This essential oil is also an excellent arterial tonic for preparation for physical exertion or sports competition. Also widely used as an aromatic component in the cosmetic industry (creams, perfumes, soaps, etc.) and food (alcoholic beverages, candies, desserts, etc.).

Organoleptic properties

Rosemary cineole essential oil is liquid appearance that has a yellowish color and is characteristic for having a fresh and herbaceous aroma.

Odor

Fresh and herbaceous aroma

Colour

Yellowish

Appearance

Liquid

Components

Main component of rosemary cineole essential oil is eucalyptol. Alpha-pinene and camphor also stand out in its composition. Other components that are present in a lower proportion, but with significant values ​​camphene, beta-pinene, limonene, p-cymene and borneol.

Eucalyptol

Alpha-pinene

Camphor

Camphene

Beta-pinene

Limonene

P-cymene

Borneol

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