1. doTERRA Rosemary: Spotlight

    Considered sacred by ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, and Hebrews, Rosemary has been revered for centuries for its many uses. Rosemary essential oil is commonly used in cooking, to help with stress, and for the occasional muscle aches and pains.

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    Check out these research studies on Rosemary essential oil:

    Rosemary essential oil was shown to help decrease stress. Click here to read more on the study.

    Rosemary essential oil was shown to help improve a person’s mood. Click here to read more about the study.

    Rosemary essential oil was shown to help test-taking anxiety. Read more about the study here.

    **Want to see more research on Rosemary and other essential oils, check out aromaticscience.com.

    Tips from dōTERRA:

    Put 15-20 drops in your shampoo bottle to help promote healthy hair.

    Rub topically on bottom of feet or stomach to help with digestion.

    Diffuse to help with concentration.

    Feeling stressed?  Diffuse Rosemary, or apply topically, to help decrease stress.

    Add 1-2 drops of Rosemary essential oil to your favorite chicken dish.

    Tips from our Facebook fans:
    Follow our Facebook page for more essential tips.

    “[Rosemary essential oil] tastes great. I use a couple of drops mixed with some olive oil and put over cut up potatoes and roast them in the oven.” -Courtney Harker Hisey

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    “I use it with Peppermint and Eucalyptus to help my sinuses.” -Jennifer Greenland

    “I use Rosemary in my diffuser when I start feeling a tickle in my throat! It works AMAZING! LOVE ROSEMARY!” -Asure Williams

    “Use it for my hair, cooking, memory, and relaxation. Awesome oil with healthy benefits.” -Trisha Harrington

    “I love diffusing it along with Lime in my diffuser. The aroma is so awakening and uplifting.” -Alynn Nguyen

    “I use it in my essential oil deodorant with Lemongrass, Marjoram, Rosemary, and Myrrh. It’s a very happy combination.” -Andrea Schember

    “I use it with Peppermint in my homemade hand cleanser.” -Phelicia Fischer DeRosier

    - See more at: http://doterrablog.com/eo-spotlight-rosemary#sthash.eQU3Na4x.dpuf

    Considered sacred by ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, and Hebrews, Rosemary has been revered for centuries for its many uses. Rosemary essential oil is commonly used in cooking, to help with stress, and for the occasional muscle aches and pains.

    rosemary 1Check out these research studies on Rosemary essential oil:

    Rosemary essential oil was shown to help decrease stress. Click here to read more on the study.

    Rosemary essential oil was shown to help improve a person’s mood. Click here to read more about the study.

    Rosemary essential oil was shown to help test-taking anxiety. Read more about the study here.

    **Want to see more research on Rosemary and other essential oils, check out aromaticscience.com.

    Tips from dōTERRA:

    Put 15-20 drops in your shampoo bottle to help promote healthy hair.

    Rub topically on bottom of feet or stomach to help with digestion.

    Diffuse to help with concentration.

    Feeling stressed?  Diffuse Rosemary, or apply topically, to help decrease stress.

    Add 1-2 drops of Rosemary essential oil to your favorite chicken dish.

    Tips from our Facebook fans:
    Follow our Facebook page for more essential tips.

    “[Rosemary essential oil] tastes great. I use a couple of drops mixed with some olive oil and put over cut up potatoes and roast them in the oven.” -Courtney Harker Hiseyrosemary 2

    “I use it with Peppermint and Eucalyptus to help my sinuses.” -Jennifer Greenland

    “I use Rosemary in my diffuser when I start feeling a tickle in my throat! It works AMAZING! LOVE ROSEMARY!” -Asure Williams

    “Use it for my hair, cooking, memory, and relaxation. Awesome oil with healthy benefits.” -Trisha Harrington

    “I love diffusing it along with Lime in my diffuser. The aroma is so awakening and uplifting.” -Alynn Nguyen

    “I use it in my essential oil deodorant with Lemongrass, Marjoram, Rosemary, and Myrrh. It’s a very happy combination.” -Andrea Schember

    “I use it with Peppermint in my homemade hand cleanser.” -Phelicia Fischer DeRosier

    - See more at: http://doterrablog.com/eo-spotlight-rosemary#sthash.eQU3Na4x.dpuf
     
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