Rosemary cineole

Latin name: Rosmarinus officinalis cineoliferum

Botanical family: Lamiaceae

Origin: Mediterranean Circumference

Distilled part: Flower plants

Aromatic molecules: 1,8 cineole

Suited to the dry Mediterranean scrubland, rosemary twig stands for linear leaves, which smell of camphor evokes incense. In the Middle Ages, it was a major plant of Herbularium, the garden of medicinal plants in the abbeys.


  • Infection: viral, bacterial and fungal
  • respiratory and pulmonary anti-inflammatory
  • Respiratory decongestant and anti-infective, expectorant, mucolytic
  • general tonic
  • circulatory and muscular tonic
  • psychic tonic
  • Balancing nervous

Application areas :

  • immune benefits: physical fatigue,
  • respiratory and ENT benefits: Bronchitis, mucosal inflammation, otitis, nasopharyngitis, rhinitis with mucus, sinusitis, cough,
  • muscle and joint benefits: cramps, muscle aches, sports preparation,
  • digestive benefits: Liver disorders, candida, indigestion,
  • Urinary Benefits: Cystitis,
  • Benefits on the psycho-emotional: Concentration (lack), confidence (lack), seasonal depression, mental fatigue, mental tensions