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12 Benefits of Rosemary

12 Benefits of Rosemary

The rosemary its benefits :

Rosemary, a charmingly fragrant herb, has graced gardens, kitchens and apothecaries in the Mediterranean region for centuries. It is a member of the mint family, like other herbs such as oregano, thyme, basil and lavender. This explains its beautiful periwinkle flowers.

The marvelous piney scent of  rosemary is usually associated with good food. This aromatic herb can do more than add flavor to your culinary creations. Its numerous therapeutic properties make it an indispensable herb.
Discover his 12 health benefits:

1.The rosemary Improved memory and concentration: 

This plant has long been linked to memory. Even Shakespeare said, “There’s rosemary, that’s for the memory….”.Knowing that simply sniffing some of this herb improves  memory by 75% according to British researchers’ discovery. A substance produced in the leaves, carnosic acid, may actually protect the brain from free radical damage.It promotes healthy blood flow to brain tissue and has a stimulating effect on the mind via its compounds. To enjoy its many benefits, sniff a sprig of this fresh herb, soak up its aroma, and don’t forget to add it to roasted potatoes or chicken.

2.  Immune System Support :

Rosemary’s amazing antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-carcinogenic properties make this herb an ideal addition to your diet to protect your health, especially during the winter months. Use it, fresh or dried in your dishes to boost the immune system for the whole family. You can also massage your body with rosemary-infused oil (recipe below).

3. De-stressing :

The ancient Greeks knew about the stress-relieving powers of this herb, and modern research confirms that its scent can reduce cortisol levels, which are associated with stress. Use a diffuser with a few drops of this herb’s pure rosemary essential oil to flood the senses and help reduce your stress and anxiety, or sniff a bunch of fresh rosemary.

4.aids digestion:

Consumption of fresh rosemary (in small doses) excites the production of bile which aids digestion, this helps to better neutralize acidic foods in the stomach. The infusion of rosemary promotes the treatment of stomach problems such as cramps, bloating, constipation or indigestion.

5.Relieves asthma and allergies:

Thanks to its antihistamine properties, it can reduce the severity of allergies and help people with asthma by reducing inflammation of the airways.

6.Try a fragrant, relaxing rosemary-based steam:

Boil four cups of water and pour a handful of fresh or dried rosemary leaves in a bowl over it. Place your head over the bowl and capture the herbal steam by draping a towel over your head as you inhale the steam for relief.

7. The rosemary Helps control hair loss and dandruff:

Because the oil of this plant increases blood circulation, it can be used to treat hair loss and irritating dandruff while improving the condition of the scalp. After washing the hair, massage the scalp with a few drops of rosemary-infused oil (recipe below).

8.Cough Expectorant:

The eucalyptol compound in this plant helps to decongest the chest, making it easier to expectorate phlegm. Massage one or two drops of rosemary-infused oil on your chest and throat every few hours.

9. Soothes muscle pain:

This herb is a powerful massage oil for sore muscles and back pain. Massage the affected area with rosemary-infused oil to help relieve pain.

10. The rosemary Relieves arthritis pain:

The analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties of rosemary oil make it an excellent pain reliever for chronic pain.To treat stiff, aching joints try a rosemary bath, which has been used for centuries. Throw a handful of this fresh herb into the hot bath water, or brew rosemary tea in a saucepan, then add the tea to the bath water.

11.relieve headaches:

This herb has been a popular natural remedy for migraines for centuries. To relieve headaches, rub a sprig vigorously between your hands to release the fragrance, then breathe in.

12.Soothes skin irritations:

The antimicrobial and antiseptic properties of rosemary are beneficial for those suffering from eczema and dermatitis. Use the infused oil of this herb topically and massage it into your skin. You can also add a few drops of rosemary essential oil to your daily body lotion….

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