Homemade Rosemary and Thyme Oils

Friday, August 12th, 2011

Okay. Making my own Lavender oil inspired me to create other oils using herbs I love.  I often incorporate lavender essential oil in all of my homemade products and I also must use rosemary and thyme essential oils because they are great benefits for the hair and skin!

The recipes are so simple its ridiculous. Check out what I did below.

Rosemary leaves.

Thyme leaves.

I love to use glass bottles for everything because glass maintains nutrients in recipes better than plastic. Organic safflower or sunflower oils are great to use because they are mild and won’t compete with the flavor of the herb. In this recipe I am using safflower oil.

Thyme stems after pulling off the leaves.

Rosemary in a bottle.

Thyme in a bottle – get it – Jim Croce.

Marinating for two weeks or maybe longer but no more than 3 1/2 weeks.

I plan to use the rosemary and thyme oils on my hair and skin as well as in my food!

I will add a few drops of rosemary and thyme essential oils in the proper bottles, for hair and skin only, to enhance its use.

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One Response to “Homemade Rosemary and Thyme Oils”

  1. ABBY says:
    October 16th, 2012 at 8:31 PM

    Hi my hair fell out really bad and i was looking online for home made natural remedies ad i came across your site about a month ago, I got some thyme from my yard and i blended i up and use to juice an add it to some other oils. I don’t wash it out daily only whrn i steam my hair. Hope no harm can be done.

    Thanks for sharing

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