Rosemary ct cineole flowering top

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Rosmarinus officinalis
"Small evergreen shrub common in the scrubland of the Mediterranean region of North Africa. The leaves are linear, leathery, evergreen with parallel edges curled below. The flowers are bluish, sometimes white.
Rosemary with cineole provides an essential oil similar to radiated eucalyptus and ravintsara. As such, it will be used in the same indications and will be combined with one or the other to obtain a superior synergistic effect. "
Labels
  • Chemotyped essential oils
Dosage
"Ingest 1 to 2 drops on a neutral carrier maximum 3 drops per day. Maximum recommended daily dose for the oil: 3 drops - 100 mg.
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Precautions
Seek advice from a healthcare practitioner • Keep out of reach of young children. • Does not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. • Do not exceed the recommended dose. • Do not use during pregnancy and breast-feeding and in children under 6 years old. • Keep away from any source of heat and light.
Reference

557

EAN

5420008505577

CNK

2803708

Nut/PL

PL 175/65

Regulatory status

Dietary supplement