Rosemary-Infused Oil

Rosemary has long been famous to stimulate the aware mind, keeping one alert and calm. Flavouring healers have additionally used rosemary since precedent days to assist relieve a inordinateness of ailments, as well as inflammatory disease, headaches, muscle spasms, and cold and influenza symptoms. It additionally soothes unquiet skin, conditions the hair and scalp, and is helpful within the treatment of adipose tissue.

YIELDS: 8 ounces

1⁄2 cup rosemary (use fresh or dried)
8 ounces jojoba oil
4 vitamin E capsules

  What you will need: double boiler, measuring cups, rubber spatula, strainer (cheesecloth or tea strainer), 8-ounce bottle or jar (preferably dark colored), funnel

1.To Make: Start a double boiler on medium heat. Once boiling, reduce heat to a simmer. Place the rosemary into the pan. Pour in the jojoba oil, saturating the rosemary. Cover and simmer on low heat for 1 hour. Check back every 20 minutes or so to make sure there is enough water in the double boiler. Remove from heat, take the top pot off the double boiler, wipe dry with a towel, and let cool. Strain the herb from the oil into an 8-ounce Mason jar or bottle. Pierce the vitamin E capsules and squeeze the liquid out into the bottle, discarding the gel caps. Place cap on tightly and shake well to blend.

2.To Store: Store in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight. Will keep up to 2 years, or longer if kept in the fridge.

3.To Use: This infusion can be used as-is for massage or bathing, or as a body oil to assist in any of the situations mentioned in the recipe message.


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