Scientific Name: Rosmarinus officinalis
Active Compounds:flavonoids, rosmarinic acid, diterpenes, volatile oil, rosmaricine, tannins
Background:Chances are you've eaten rosemary before. It's a common culinary herb in Mediterranean and Italian cooking. However, it's also been used as a good luck charm as well as an herbal medicine.
Rosemary is thought to help improve memory function. It's also used as a tonic. Reserach has shown that rosemary does have anti-inflammatory properties as well as working well as a stimulant. These properties make it great for treating skin conditions and other ailments.
Rosemary is primary used as a tonic and culinary heb.
Skin: Rosemary can be used to treat skin irritations when used as a lotion or bath soak.
Stress:Rosemary is known as a mild antidepressant that can help to ease stress and anxiety.
Circulation: Rosemary can help to lower blood pressure and im prove circulation.
Memory: Rosemary is thought to improve circulation in the brain, therefore improving memory. It also helps to treat headache.
Rosemary is an evergreen shrub that has a strong scent. It is native to the Mediterranean region of Europe and grows up to 7 feet tall. The leaves can be removed as necessary.
As an infusion, take 50 ml every 3 hours for headahce.
As an essential oil, burn in oil burner to improve concentration.
As a tincture, take 2 ml twice daily for stress.
Do not take the essential oil of rosemary internally unless supervised by a professional. Consult your health care provider before beginning use of any herb.
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