Rosemary Essential Oil
It is one of the most popular herb oil which is used in cooking in the world. The name comes from the Latin words “Ros” meaning dew or mist, and “Marinus” meaning sea.
It is one of the most popular herb oil which is used in cooking in the world. The name comes from the Latin words “Ros” meaning dew or mist, and “Marinus” meaning sea. Rosemary has huge importance in traditionally people’s day-to-day lives, especially in Europe. It is an excellent memory booster, ancient Greek students often put a crown of rosemary on their heads while studying. It also played an important part in the festivals of Greece, as it was seen as a symbol of the unending cycle of life and death. Rosemary is also rich in antiseptic properties.
- a) It can be treated as a host of breathing problems such as throat allergies, congestion, colds, flu, and painful throat.
- b) If you are struggling with severe joint pains and sprain then this oil will work as a pain killer. Further stimulates blood circulation, which with easing pain can and also aid in clotting of wounds which can further fasten the healing process.
- c) Rosemary essential oil can boost the immune system and fight diseases that could prevent you from a common cold to heart disease.
- d) Sick of managing your dry and damaged hair? Rosemary oil helps in stimulating follicles and make them stronger from the root, it also makes them longer and shinier.
- e) Rosemary essential oil holds some very strong photochemical. Some 400-500 photochemical have been found in rosemary essential oil, which makes it an excellent source of various bioactive compounds. One study investigated carnosol, and its role in fighting cancer.
- Rosemary is safe when consumed in amounts found in foods.
- Taking large amounts of rosemary can cause uterine bleeding, vomiting, kidney irritation, skin redness, allergic reactions, and increased sun sensitivity.
- It is POSSIBLY SAFE for most people when applied to the skin for healing purposes. But it might cause allergic reactions in some people.
- Rosemary is POSSIBLY SAFE for most people when inhaled as aromatherapy for healing purposes.