From the Back Cover
Rosemary has been cultivated since ancient times, once playing a central role in many traditional rites and ceremonies. It has been valued for its medical, culinary and cosmetic properties for thousands of years
This traditional ‘cure all’ folk remedy is also one of the most popular essential oils. Rosemary oil is principally used to invigorate and stimulate the body, and provides a good counterbalance to calming oils, such as lavender. In this new guide, Julia Lawless explains why the oil is so versatile and how to use it therapeutically.
Employed for a variety of purposes from liver tonic to the treatment of muscular aches and pains, rosemary is beneficial for many other common health conditions including:
• Low blood pressure
• Hair loss
Julia Lawless is a highly respected aromatherapist and author of several books including 'Tea Tree Oil, Lavender Oil, Rose Oil' and' Aromatherapy and the Mind.'
About the Author
Julia Lawless is author of the Aromatherapy and the Mind, The encyclopaedia of Essential Oils (Element) Tea Tree Oil, Lavender Oil and Rose Oil. She has her own Essential OIl business and is practised aromatherapist.