What is Rosemary Good For? Rosemary Health Benefits


What is Rosemary Good For? Rosemary Health Benefits

What is rosemary used for? Rosemary Health Benefits

"There is rosemary, that is for the memory: to pray, to love, to remember".

This line of Hamlet shows that Shakespeare, the famous writer, knew the great uses of rosemary.

Long after the time of Shakespeare, different studies have also shown many ways rosemary is good for your health, whether it is used fresh, dry or as an oil.

Romero has strong antioxidants, can kill germs, block cancer, reduce swelling, and fight infections.

It also has some vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins A and C, thiamine, riboflavin, folate, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc and copper. The woody, citrus-like odor of rosemary essential oil is also found in beauty products and is used in aromatherapy.

In addition to its health and beauty uses, rosemary is also used as a kitchen herb by many people. Fresh or dried rosemary can be added to soups, sandwiches, salads, dips, and even be used to make the oil infused. In addition, rosemary tea is a well-liked drink.

Here are some ways rosemary can be good for your health.

1. Increases memory

Rosemary works as a cognitive stimulant, useful for boosting memory and mental focus. It is even good for raising brainwave activities and protecting against neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease.

2. Fight against stress and anxiety

The sweet smell of rosemary is useful to clear your mind and relieve stress. Its soothing nature even helps to soothe tense muscles.

3. Relieves headaches

Rosemary cushions pain and reduces swelling, so it can calm headaches. It can even help relieve the pain and force of migraines.

4. Stimulates hair growth

This wonderful herb also helps hair growth. It increases blood circulation in the scalp, allowing more nutrients to reach the hair follicles.

5. Reduce inflammation

Rosemary is helpful in relieving pain and swelling.

It helps to relieve the pain of arthritis, sciatic nerve pain, gout pain, back pain and stiff neck. Because it stops spasms, this herb also helps relieve menstrual cramps.

6. Strengthens the Immune System

Rosemary gives you a powerful shield against different diseases and germs that can damage your immune system.

7. Treats Respiratory Problems

You can also use this herb to treat respiratory infections such as colds and flu, sinus infection, and bronchial asthma. This is because rosemary is soothing, it kills bacteria and stops spasms. It also helps to decrease bad breath.

8. Improves digestion

Rosemary is ideal for the stomach because it controls how much bile is let out, and fights the germs of food. It also stimulates the appetite, treats indigestion, and facilitates accumulations of gas, bloating and constipation.

9. Prevents high blood sugar

Diabetics can use rosemary oil to control their blood sugar levels. Rosemary extracts can lower glucose and cholesterol levels, which helps control type 2 diabetes and other metabolic conditions.

When taking this herb to help with diabetes, be sure to keep monitoring your blood sugar levels. Also, continue taking your regular medications as directed by your doctor.

Additional advice:

Do not use rosemary essential oil during pregnancy, or if you have epilepsy, hypertension or bleeding disorders.

Before using rosemary oil on the skin, try it on a small part of the skin to make sure you are not allergic to it.

Do not eat too much rosemary.

Disclaimer: The materials and information contained in the Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health care provider before beginning any new diet or treatment and any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect you have a medical problem, contact your health care provider right away.

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