Rosemary has a fresh, herbaceous scent and has purifying properties. Blend rosemary oil with grapeseed and olive oils to make a nourishing scalp massage. Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis. Type: Tunisian/Moroccan. Color: Clear, colorless to pale yellow. Viscosity: Mobile. Top Note: Fresh, short-lived. Middle Note: Woody-herbaceous, minty-forest-like, balsamic camphoraceous. Dry Note: Less tenacious, camphoraceous. Aromatherapy Actions: Clarifying, invigorating, warming. Origin: Tunisia. Sourcing Notes: Aura Cacia rosemary oil is distilled from rosemary grown and harvested in the mountains of Tunisia. The women are responsible for hand-harvesting the rosemary between March and July and then carrying the cut rosemary down the mountainsides on donkeys to the men who work in the distilleries. The heat for the distillation process comes from burning the "spent" (already processed) rosemary material as fuel. Processing Notes: Essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the fresh flowering tops.