Due to the fact that Rosewood is an endangered species we have decided not to stock it any more. Instead we have a Rosewood Replacement Blend that is made up of many different types of essential oils that are not endangered. This Rosewood Replacement Blend is designed to have the same great aroma as Rosewood without any sustainability issues.
Botanical Name: Aniba rosaeodora
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Part Typically Used: Wood
Country of Origin: India
Typical Main Constituent
Linalool – 97%
Description: Colourless pale yellow, has a sweet, woody, floral aroma.
Action: Antidepressant, anticonvulsant, mild analgesic, antiseptic, antimicrobial, astringent, deodorant, immuno-stimulant, cellular stimulant, tissue regenerator, tonic.
Special use: Has a regulating and toning effect on the body (nether stimulating or sedating).
Blends Well with: Has a complex fragrance, use on its own or with any floral, citrus or woody oils.
Safety Data: Non-toxic, Non-Irritant, Non-Sensitizing.
Aromatherapy / Home Use
Skin care: General skin care, wrinkles, dry or sensitive complexions, dermatitis, dull or oily skin.
Immune system: Colds, coughs, fever, infections, stimulates the immune system.
Nervous System: Frigidity, headache, nervous tension and stress related conditions, nausea.
Rosewood essential oil has a sweet, woody, floral aroma that is warm, friendly and comforting. Rosewood acts as an all-round tonic supporting the skin and is lovely in body oils used to treat dry skin, scars, stretch marks and revives dull and oily skin. Also great for helping with fever, flu, headache and stress.
General Essential Oil Safety Recommendations
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