~ Evens out skin tone
~ Helps reduce acne and blemishes
~ Multipurpose household cleaner
~ May promote hair growth
~ Purifying and cleansing
~ Enhances memory
A beautiful plant ally, Rosemary has been considered by many cultures as a sacred herb connected to memory, remembrance, and love.
In European countries such as Greece, Italy and Croatia, as well as other cultures in the Mediterranean, Rosemary is sacred and used for weddings and also for funerals to honour those who have passed.
Therefore, Rosemary is an ally to us both in life and in death.
It’s also used as a symbol of regeneration, warding off evil, repelling moths from clothes, fumigating sick rooms and improving memory.
Rosemary can be burned as incense, used in cooking, used as medicine and skincare and can be used to cleanse homes of negative/unwanted energy/spirits.
Every part of the Rosemary plant can be used medicinally, she’s full of antioxidants and contains anti inflammatory properties.
She can calm nerves, calm and clear your skin, speed up the healing process of skin irritations, enhance memory and encourage hair growth.
What is a Hydrosol?
Hydrosols are a by-product of essential oils, made from steam distilling whole plant matter.
It retains the therapeutic qualities of essential oils and can be applied directly to the skin.
Hydrosols contain all of the essence of the plant in every single drop, but in a milder form compared to essential oils, making hydrosols suitable for application where essential oils would be too potent.
Hydrosols are sometimes referred to as Floral Water, however, Hydrosols are much more beneficial than Floral Water.
The difference between Hydrosols and Floral Water is that Hydrosols are whole plant matter slowly distilled into each bottle so that all the benefits of the plant medicine is contained in each drop. It is pure and 100% natural, whereas Floral Water is generally a few drops of essential oil mixed into water along with synthetic chemicals to disperse the essential oil through the water.