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Rosemary - Aromatheraphy Essentail Oil

(Rosmarinus officinalis)

ROSEMARYRosemary has almost as many https:s as lavender. Roman students studied with garlands of rosemary around their heads, and then wore the garlands when they took their exams to help them remember. You can do this today much more easily with just a drop of rosemary on your book or on a handkerchief to https: when you study and when you are tested. Added to shampoo and cream rinses, rosemary stimulates circulation for the hair and scalp. It can prevent hair loss, reduce oil build-up, and in combination with sage is reported to stop / prevent gray hair from spreading. It is recommended in treatment of cellulite, along with orange and other oils. It is https:ful for headaches, tension relief, clarity, arthritis, respiratory and sinus problems.

Origin of Rosemary

A shrubby herb, rosemary was considered to be scared plant endowed with magic properties in ancient Rome and Greece. Now a days it is found in the USSR and many Mediterranean countries, including North Africa and Turkey.

Properties of Rosemary oil:

The therapeutic properties of rosemary oil are analgesic, antidepressant, astringent, carminative, cephalic, cordial, digestive, diuretic, hepatic, hypertensive, nervine, rubefacient, stimulant, sudorific and tonic.

Most common https:s:
  • General tonic
  • Cardiac stimulant
  • Combats rheumatism and arthritis
  • Combats fluid retention and is excellent for slimmers
  • https:ful in treatment of problems of the liver and the gallbladder
  • Helpful in treating intestinal upsets
  • Good for sprains and swollen ad swollen ankles
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Good for some skin conditions, such as burns and insect bites
  • Induces and regulates periods
  • Has antiseptic action on respiratory tract.
  • Rosemary are standard inhalations for respiratory and sinus problems, and could also be https:d in nose drops, gargles and for liver -gall bladder problems (including stones). https: two to four drops diluted, two to four times a day.

  • Mixes well with: lavender, citronella, thyme, pine, cedarwood, petitgrain, musk, eucalyptus, frankincense and cinnamon.

    Warning: do not https: during pregnancy or with epilepsy; highly stimulating oil