Rosemary Oil – Benefitting Lives

Rosemary essential oil is knwon for many good things. The oil is an integral part of many cosmetics and fragrance brands, and when I say brands, I mean ‘big’ names in the beauty care scene, owe it to the many properties of this oil.

The stimulating and soothing affects of Rosemary oil can benefit your hair and skin in a wide variety of ways. Using the oil as a leave-in conditioner can help keep you hair silky smooth. Rubbing the oil on the scalp may stimulate hair growth and some studies suggest may aid in reversal of alopecia. The oil can be used with witch hazel as a toner, help in combating acne, eczema or oily skin. It can be added to a natural soap to help benefit your overall skin health. Add to massage oil for -

  • Stimulation of the lymphatic system
  • Aid in weight loss

Rosemary has an impact on mental clarity and health. It can help sharpen ones brain functions and concentration. It is beneficial for treating depression and “the blues.” Consider using the oil in a diffuser or vaporizer near where you are to sharpen focus, brighten mood and calm the storm within.

The stimulating and soothing affects of Rosemary oil can benefit your hair and skin in a wide variety of ways. Using the oil as a leave-in conditioner can help keep you hair silky smooth. Rubbing the oil on the scalp may stimulate hair growth and some studies suggest may aid in reversal of alopecia. The oil can be used with witch hazel as a toner, help in combating acne, eczema or oily skin. It can be added to a natural soap to help benefit your overall skin health. Add to massage oil for stimulation of the lymphatic system, which can aid in weight loss.

Rosemary oil is effective on both acute (such as headaches or cramps) and chronic (arthritis) pain. Using topically, it has been seen to help relieve a large variety of pain. Simply add to a carry oil and then rub on the affected area. There may also be some benefit to pain relieve when added to a diffuser, especially when experiencing headaches or menstrual pains. Although ingestion is okay at small amounts, it can be used to help relieve digestion problems. Warning: even small amounts can cause digestive problems and large amounts can be toxic. It is usually suggested to consume Rosemary as a tea or in foods for digestive affects.

Have a look at our reference links now -

  1. Rosemary Essential Oil by Organic Facts
  2. Rosemary Oil Uses by TLC
  3. Rosemary Benefits by ehow

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