How’s it made?
Steam distillation from the flowering tops.
Where is it from?
What does it smell like?
Fresh, woody, herbaceous with a camphorous note.
What is it good for?
Stimulating and revitalising, excellent for hair care and useful for toning the skin. Gentler than the usual Rosemary.
Avoid with epilepsy, high blood pressure and during pregnancy.
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