Rosemary Oil For All

Rosemary essential oil that is just amamzing as far as its use is concerned for almost all purposes. The oil has an appealing smell and can even be used for curing many kinds of skin diseases. It is a natural essential oil.

Rosmarinus officinalis, the scientific name for the plant known as Rosemary1 and Polar Plant1, is one of nature’s greatest gifts. It has been both food and healer since ancient Greek and Roman times.

Rosemary is a complex botanical, containing over 240 medicinally and nutritionally active compounds.

Of these compounds carnosol, carnosic acid, rosmarin, and diosmin are of particular interest to medical researchers.

Carnosic acid, a diterpene known to be found in only two plants, is one of rosemary’s extremely potent antioxidant, anticancer and antimutagenic agent.

Rosemary’s medicinal compounds act as healing and health-promoting agents and, in combination, are exceptionally strong.

Oil of rosemary can be used to improve health internally, externally and through aromatherapy, effectively supporting the body’s immune, digestive, circulatory and respiratory systems. This wide spectrum of actions enables rosemary to act as a healer and preventative for a multitude of health conditions affecting vital body systems.

An exceedingly powerful antioxidant, liver supporting, anticancer, pain relieving, and memory enhancing agent, rosemary is also -

  • Antibacterial
  • Antifungal
  • Antiviral

Multiple trials have demonstrated the rosemary’s ability to kill numerous harmful and potentially deadly organisms including Candida, Salmonella, Staphylococcus, E.Coli, and Aspergillus bacteria.

Rosemary is prosed by the food industry. It is widely used as a broad range safe preservative for all types of processed and raw foods. This is due to its ability to safely kill a wide range of bacteria without fear of human or animal toxicity.

Mental Stimulant – This oil helps stimulate brain activity. It boosts concentration, focus, memory and mental awareness. Being a mood enhancer, rosemary oil is an effective treatment for anxiety, tension, fatigue and depression. Inhaling rosemary oil can help shake off lethargy while stimulating and increasing productivity.

Pain Relief – Rosemary oil helps deal with aches and pains; it is especially effective in easing muscle and joint pain and headaches. In case of rheumatism, a gentle oil massage will help ease symptoms. Rosemary oils stimulate blood circulation to the affected area. Rosemary also has strong diuretic properties. This ensures acids and wastes like uric acids which increase inflammation and pain are passed out through urine. Regular rosemary massages keep aches and pains away, and the body energized.

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  1. Rosemary Oil by Wsac
  2. Rosemary Oil Uses by Live And Feel
  3. Rosemary For Hair by The Heb Guide

Rosemary Oil – Killing Odour

Rosemary essential oil is an excellent mouthwash. The oil is known to help fight bad breath and is because it is even a part of some illustrious perfume brands, hence, it even has an amazing fragrance. Its users absolutely love it.

Rosemary oil can be used as a mouth wash. It removes bad breadth by killing odor-causing bacteria. Rosemary oil is also used to treat gingivitis (inflammation of the gum). The presence of eucalyptol helps in killing the bacteria that grow around the gums.

Rosemary essential oil when applied on the skin can rejuvenate skin condition by improving blood circulation and strengthening the capillaries that carry the blood to the skin.

Rosemary oil is a great nerve and brain tonic which works on the central nervous system and works as an effective stimulant. This helps in improving memory as well as fighting mental fatigue. In addition, studies have shown that carnosic acid found in rosemary helps in fighting free-radicals. This can reduce the risk of strokes and degenerative neural diseases like Alzheimer’s disease, etc.

The oil helps in expelling gases from the stomach and intestine. It also helps in relaxing the intestinal and abdominal muscles. It aids in the secretion of digestive juices and enzymes to avoid indigestion.

Two antioxidants found in rosemary oil such as caffic acid and rosemarinic acid prevent cellular damage caused by free radicals. The oil can be used for treating breast cancer which acts by regulating the production of estrogen.

Rosemary oil can be used to treat throat congestion by relieving spasms and relaxing the respiratory tract muscles.

  • Skin Care

    Rosemary essential oil has several different uses in regards to skin care, including the ability to tone and moisturize your skin. In addition to this, you can also smooth out wrinkles, reduce fine lines, clear up acne, and minimize the ugliness of varicose veins and broken capillaries.

  • Mouthwash

    If you’re ever short on toothpaste, rosemary essential oil makes a fine substitute because it kills bad breath and disinfects the mouth. Just make sure that you don’t ingest the rosemary, or any other essential oil for that mater.

Have a look at these reference links now -

  1. Rosemary Oil by Wsac
  2. Rosemary Oil Uses by Live And Feel
  3. Rosemary For Hair by The Heb Guide

Rosemary Oil – A Boon

Rosemary essential oil is one wonder essential oil. As lovely as its name might sound, the oil too is very mild and healing in nature. The oil has various uses, right from being used in perfumes, to skin care products to medicines.

Rosemary is an aromatic in the mint family that grows on an evergreen bush. It is most often used in cooking but has a wonderful woodsy scent and is also great in air fresheners and aromatherapy mixes.

Concentrated extracts like Rosemary Oil should be used externally, though the dried herb can be taken internally when used in cooking. It is an especially great herb to add to meats (and pairs well with lamb). Some research suggests that it has anti-cancer properties.

  • Rosemary can be infused into an oil and used externally for skin irritations like eczema and joint problems like arthritis
  • It has also been reported to speed healing of wounds and bruises when used externally
  • Internally, it is best added to foods as a cooking spice, though a mild tea of Rosemary Leaf can help fight illness when sipped
  • A strong infusion of Rosemary and Nettle leaf is an excellent herbal rinse for hair and can help get rid of dandruff and speed hair growth when used after each washing
  • Rosemary infused oil is an intensive treatment for bad dandruff of hair loss and can be rubbed on hair, left for at least an hour and washed out- this really improves scalp condition!
  • Rosemary Oil can be used externally in times of illness to speed recovery by rubbing on the feet or any areas that are sore
  • My favorite natural air-freshener is to put a small handful of Rosemary Leaf, 1 sliced lemon or orange, and a splash of vanilla into a sauce pot and simmer on low all day (watch the water levels)- It smells amazing and freshens the house for days
  • Though I haven’t tried it, Rosemary supposedly deters small pests like mice. Several people have recommended tucking small sprigs of dried Rosemary into the backs of cabinets to ward of mice and rats during the winter.
  • Rosemary is also helpful in warding off smaller pests like mosquitos and is an ingredient in my Homemade Bug-Off Bars

Go through our reference linsk now -

  1. Rosemary Oil by Wsac
  2. Rosemary Oil Uses by Live And Feel
  3. Rosemary For Hair by The Heb Guide