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Rosemary Hydrosol

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Rosemary Hydrosol. 100ml Bottle. Handcrafted in Alberta (steam distilled) using an alembic copper distiller from Portugal + Locally grown Rosemary. 

Pollinator Collection: What's the buzz about bees? Without bees pollination many of our herbal crops won't grow. We have deep gratitude towards our pollinating friends and the plant magic they provide for us

Please use within 6 months to ensure freshness or alternatively store in fridge up to one year. Rosemary Hydrosol has so many wonderful uses, below is just a handful. Send an email and let us know how you are using yours.

Rosemary Hydrosol Benefits:

Tone Skin: Rosemary hydrosol is also an excellent astringent that can help tighten the skin and protect it from toxins. Furthermore, it can also help with blood circulation, improving the overall skin tone.

Manage Acne: Prevents bacterial overgrowth and suppress the formation of acne.

Improve Skin Health: Rosemary hydrosol also exhibits anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities that can help improve the skin’s overall health. It can fight inflammation, protect skin from oxidative stress and slow down ageing.

Reduces Anxiety: rosemary helps relax nerves and reduce anxiety. Camphor and borneol found in the rosemary hydrosol help stimulate the central nervous system, thus reducing anxiety.

Hair Growth: rosemary helps to stimulate growth of the hair follicles, improve blood flow to the scalp + can help repair damaged hair due its antioxidant properties.

Pain Relief: Rosemary hydrosol is analgesic just like the essential oil. You can use it straight as a pain-relieving spray. Spray it on arthritic joints, muscle cramps, bug bites and skin irritations throughout the day for relief.


What's a Hydrosol? Hydrosols are distilled floral waters. They are made from a wide variety of aromatic and non-aromatic plant material, including leaves such as peppermint, flowers such as calendula, rhizomes such as ginger, fruits such as cucumber, and even seeds such as fennel. Because hydrosols are water-based and much less potent than essential oils, they’re easy to blend into therapeutic, cosmetic, culinary, and household recipes. The majority of hydrosols are even gentle enough to use with children, older adults, and pets.