How to make a healthy air freshener with rosemary essential oils

In this video, I’ll show you how to make a healthy air freshener with rosemary essential oils.

It’s easy and only takes a couple minutes to do! But, it will leave your house with a fabulous fragrance.

This is great if someone in the house is feeling under the weather with a cold or flu.

 

How to make a healthy air freshener with rosemary essential oils

How to make a healthy air freshener with rosemary essential oils

This is what you need make a healthy air freshener with rosemary essential oils:

1. Rosemary Essential oil which you can get at the health food store

2. 1/3 cup of water

3. Pour water into a plastic spray bottle and add 15 drops of the Rosemary Essential oils

4. Shake and spray into the air

 

That is a great way to clean the air plus its healthy and fresh!

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Facts about Rosemary Essential Oil and Aromatherapy

If you’ve ever had a chance to sit back and enjoy the fragrance of Rosemary oil, then you know why it is one of the most popular essential oils.

Do you know the health benefits of rosemary oil?

These include the following: stimulate hair growth, boost mental activity, relieve respiratory problems and reduce pain. As a energizing oil, it has been known to be great for restoring mental alertness when experiencing fatigue. But, it’s also been used as a popular ingredient in skin care and rosemary oil for hair care products is very popular.

Have you ever tried rosemary shampoo or rosemary soap?

In the wellness arena, Rosemary has been used to balance the endocrine system and also as a preventative for candida (a form of yeast).

While many people grow rosemary right in their backyard, it origins date back to the Mediterranean area. There it was also referred to as Rosmarinus Officinalis, a culinary or cooking herb. Many dishes are cooked with rosemary oil and freshly plucked rosemary leaves.

The leaves of the rosemary bush are where you’ll find Rosemary essential oil. There is where the extraction comes from. The Rosemary bush actually is a part of the mint family (rosemary mint).

Do you know the other members of the mint family?

It includes basil, lavender, myrtle, rosemary, and sage.

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