Rose Mary Hydrosol is botanically known as Rosmarinus officinalis. The evergreen tree of rosemary holds a crown like flat shape and can grow approximately to 130 ft in height. The trees bark is reddish brown in colour whereas its leaves are gray green and are needle like. The steam distillation process is employed for extracting the Rose Mary Hydrosol from its flowering tops and leaves. The extracted hydrosol is non sticky in nature and ranges from clear to amber colours. It oozes an herbal woody essence and is water soluble. It stays stable for about 1 year, however for such shelf life it needs to be stored away from heat or sunlight and instead should be in stored in cool temperatures and under tight seal containers.
Constituents – The chemical compounds found in Rosemary hydrosol are limonene, bornyl acetate, camphene, pinenes, cineol, linalool, camphor, linalool etc.
Blends with – One can effectively combine Rosemary hydrosol with Yarrow hydrosol, Roman Chamomile, Lavendar hydrosol etc.
|Product Code||SVA - 177|
|Botanical Name||Rosmarinum officinalis|
|Methods of Extraction||hydro distillation|
|Color & Odor||Green & distinctive odor|
|Country of Origin||France|
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