Homemade rosemary oil is an infused oil made by steeping fresh or dried rosemary leaves in a carrier oil, such as olive oil (recipe below).
Rosemary essential oil, on the other hand, is a concentrated, highly aromatic oil extracted from the rosemary plant through steam distillation.
The two oils can have different properties and uses, and are not necessarily interchangeable.
Homemade rosemary oil is typically milder in scent and flavor compared to essential oil, and is often used for cooking or as a base for other products such as body oils or hair treatments.
Rosemary essential oil, being highly concentrated, is used for its potent aroma and is commonly used in aromatherapy, perfumes, and household cleaning products.
It is not recommended to use essential oils directly on the skin or taken orally without proper dilution and guidance from a health professional.
Always check the label before using any essential oil to make sure it is safe for your intended use.
And here is the recipe for rosemary oil:
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