Our Rosemary oil is often used for indigestion, relieving flatulence, stomach cramps, constipation, and bloating. Rosemary essential oil is also thought to relieve symptoms of dyspepsia and it is an appetite stimulant. Softens and revitalizes tired skin and withered, soothes itchy scalp, dandruff, and combat hair loss.
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Our Rosemary oil is one of the most popular essential oils for its wide array of health benefits. It has become increasingly important and popular over the years as more of its various health benefits have become understood, including its ability to stimulate hair growth, boost mental activity, relieve respiratory problems and reduce pain.
Health Benefits of Rosemary Oil
Today, many medicinal preparations contain rosemary oil. The various, well-researched health benefits of rosemary oil are listed below:
Indigestion: Rosemary oil is often used for indigestion, relieving flatulence, stomach cramps, constipation, and bloating. Rosemary essential oil is also thought to relieve symptoms of dyspepsia and it is an appetite stimulant. Furthermore, research has shown the essential oil to be detoxifying for the liver, and it also helps to regulate the creation and release of bile, which is a key part of the digestive process. It also stimulates blood flow and improves circulation, which can benefit the absorption of nutrients from food. Rosemary leaves are often added to meat dishes because it is particularly helpful in digesting meat, particularly lamb, beef and pork.
Hair care: Rosemary oil and rosemary teas are widely used for hair care in shampoos and lotions. Regular use of rosemary oil helps to stimulate follicles, making hair grow longer and stronger. It is also believed that rosemary oil slows down premature hair loss and graying of the hair. Therefore, it is an excellent tonic for bald people or those who are beginning to show signs on male pattern baldness.
Rosemary essential oil is also beneficial for dry and flaky scalps. Regular massaging of the scalp with rosemary oil nourishes the scalp and removes dandruff. Furthermore, it is often mixed with tea tree oil and basil oil to alternately treat scalp problems. For many years, rosemary has been combined with olive oil as a way to darken and strengthen hair by using hot oil treatments.
Mouth care: Rosemary essential oil is a disinfectant and is often used as a mouth wash. It also helps in removing bad breath. By removing oral bacteria, rosemary essential oil can prevent gingivitis, cavities, plaque build up, and other damaging dental conditions.
Skin care: Rosemary essential oil is not used in skin care as extensively as it is used in hair care, but it does have antimicrobial and antiseptic qualities that make it beneficial in efforts to eliminate eczema, dermatitis, oily skin, and acne. Topical application of the essential oil, or regular massage with the oil helps in toning your skin and removing dryness. It can also give your skin a healthy, even glow when regularly applied, or when it is a main component of your moisturizers and other creams.
Boosting mental activity: Rosemary essential oil is an excellent brain and nerve tonic. It is often used by students during exam times because it increases concentration and helps in studying efficiently. It stimulates mental activity and is a good remedy for depression, mental fatigue and forgetfulness. Inhaling rosemary oil seems lift your spirits immediately. Whenever your brain is tired, try inhaling a little rosemary oil to remove boredom and renew your mental energy.
Rosemary, also known as the inventory of rosemary, is very popular in the Mediterranean region as a culinary herb, is extracted from the rosemary essential oil, mostly from the leaves, where it belongs to the family of the mint, which includes basil, lavender, myrtle, and sage.
Rosemary is widely used since ancient times for a variety of purposes, the Romans gave special importance to rosemary and used in many cases in religious ceremonies. It was also used during the wedding ceremony, food preparation, care and cosmetics, herbal and medical care. Rosemary extract leaves them are also used by the ancient Egyptian civilization and incense.
The benefits of rosemary oil
And is often used rosemary oil to indigestion, relieve flatulence, stomach cramps, constipation and bloating.
It is believed that rosemary essential oil is also relieve symptoms of indigestion and it is a stimulant appetite. In addition, research has shown that the essential oil in the detoxification of the liver, and it also helps regulate the creation and launch of the release of bile, which is a key element in the process of digestion. It also stimulates blood circulation and improves blood circulation, which can benefit from the absorption of nutrients from food.
Rosemary leaves often added to meat dishes because they are particularly useful in the digestion of the meat, particularly lamb, beef and pork.
Rosemary essential oil is antiseptic and is often used Lye mouth. It also helps to eliminate bad breath. By eliminating oral bacteria, rosemary essential oil can prevent gingivitis, tooth decay, house paint, and other harmful dental conditions.
Is not used rosemary essential oil in the skin care and on a large scale as is used in the field of hair care, but they do not have anti-microbial and antiseptic qualities that make it useful in efforts to eliminate eczema and dermatitis, and oily skin and acne. The essential oil topical application, or a regular massage with oil helps tone your skin and remove dry. It can also give your skin a healthy glow and even when applied regularly, or when it is the main component of your refreshments and creams.
Improve mental activity
Rosemary essential oil is an excellent brain and nerve tonic. And is often used by students in the time of the review, because it increases concentration and helps in the study of effectiveness. It stimulates mental activity, which is a good treatment for depression and mental fatigue and forgetfulness. Inhalation of rosemary oil seems to cheer up immediately. Whenever your tired mind, try to inhale a little rosemary oil to remove boredom and renew your mental energy.
Let off steam
Apart from the nature of the relaxation of the public odors and inhalation of the essential oil of rosemary, has already proven to reduce the level of cortisol in saliva. Cortisol is a major stress hormones that are released during the response of the body "flight or fight" stress. Increased secretion of cortisol in the blood that can occur due to chronic stress can cause havoc in the body, including hormonal balance and efficient metabolism.
A study published in 2007 reported that inhalation of oil, rosemary and lavender oil for five minutes at a significant reduction in cortisol levels in saliva test subject, which can seriously reduce the dangers of chronic stress
Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Recent research suggests that the use of rosemary essential oil’s antimicrobial qualities can help reduce the effects and recurring inflammation of the herpes virus. The herpes virus can quickly develop immunity to normal antiviral medication, so alternative methods are always being explored. A number of studies have now shown the essential oil of rosemary to be an effective option for reducing the symptoms of the Herpes virus in test subjects, and even affects the level of contagiousness of the virus.
Respiratory problems: The benefits of rosemary essential oil in treating respiratory problems are well-researched and supported. The scent of the oil has been shown to give relief from throat congestion, and it is also used in the treatment of respiratory allergies, colds, sore throats and the flu. Since rosemary oil also has antiseptic qualities, it is also effective for respiratory infections. The oil is antispasmodic and is therefore used in some treatment programs for bronchial asthma.
Rosemary essential oil is used extensively in aromatherapy due to its versatility as a welcome aroma in so many popular combinations. The oil blends well with frankincense, lavender, clary sage, cedarwood, basil, thyme, citronella, lemongrass, elemi, geranium, chamomile, peppermint and cardamom.