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rose·mar·y oil

(rōz'mār-ē oyl),
The volatile oil distilled with steam from the fresh flowering tops of Rosmarinus officinalis (family Labiatae); used as a flavoring and in perfumery.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
A volatile oil distilled or extracted from Rosemarinus officinalis, which contains borneol, camphors, cineol, linalool, verbenol, among other substances, and is used to increased energy
Toxicity Rosemary oil should not be used internally, or in pregnancy, as it stimulates uterine contractions and may be toxic
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