Rosemary is such a fabulous plant I use it for numerous things. I’ve also been infusing it into numerous mediums because, well, it’s so multifunctional and it smells absolutely fabulous.
Pictured: a few stalks from a mature plant that are getting ready to become part of an oil infusion. The stalks have loads of scent and are quite suitable for oil infusion.
What can rosemary infusions be useful for? Depends on whet you infuse it in!
A rosemary glycerite is a great addition to a refreshing skin tonic
Rosemary-infused oil is a great addition to a hair and scalp oil, or an invigorating mask.
Rosemary-infused vinegar is fabulous as a hair rinse with no need of additional ingredients.
Alcohol infusion makes a rosemary tincture that can be added to scalp stimulating products or products for oily skin.
You can even infuse it into honey for an all natural cleanser. There’s a how-to right here on the main blog.
You Can Too
Want to make your own extracts and don’t know where to start? I’ve written a book that may help you decide what you want to try making first.