Rosewood (Aniba roseodora)


Origin:  Brazil

Description:  Rosewood is an evergreen tree now controlled as an endagered species by the Government of Brazil.  It has a reddish bark and heartwood.

Common Uses:  Is considered to be anti-infectious, anti-bacterial, antiseptic, anti-fungal, anti-viral and anti-parasitic. Assists in slowing aging, cell stimulant and tissue regenerator, creating skin elasticity, soothing for skin problems (balancing skin, clearing blemishes and improving acne). Beneficial for candida, vaginitis, depression, scars, wounds, ticklish coughs, sore throat, colds, fever, for all bronco-pulmonary infections (especially babies), immune stimulant, frigidity, relieves nausea with headaches, nervous tension and stress, stabilizes and balances Central Nervous System, aids nervous depression, asthenia, low energy, overwork and jet lag. May assist suffers of sexual abuse, overall tonic relaxant and promotes alertness. Aromatic Influences: peace, gentleness, calming and relaxing the nerves. Helps to relieve anxiety, stress, balance the emotions and killing airborne bacteria. 

Consistency:  Thin

Blends well with:  Cedarwood, Frankincense, Geranium, Rosemary, Mandarin, Ylang Ylang.

Aroma Scent:  Rosewood has a fantastic warm and woody scent, while at the same time being both floral and fruity.  Rosewood oil is rich in linalool, a chemical which can be transformed into a number of derivatives of value to the flavor and fragrance industries.

Cautions:  Avoid in pregnancy.  Possible irritant to sensitive skin.

Rosewood (ml)