“Rosemary is common herb for cooking that most people take for granted. But rosemary has lots of great health benefits including being a great anti-inflammatory, good antioxidant, great for indigestion, memory improvement, and much more.”
Where it Grows – Rosemary grows all over the world along the coastline to interiors, from moderate climates to somewhat dry areas.
Easy to Grow – Rosemary is easy to grow and likes dry areas, but not too dry, and will grow to be 3 feet tall or taller… it even makes a great hedge.
Memory – Rosemary is great for enhancing memory and in the Journal Therapeutic Advances Psychopharmacology it was shown to have great attributes for promoting cognitive improvement. And in Japan Rosemary Rosemary was found to prevent damage caused by aging.
Anti-Inflammatory – Rosemary is also a good anti-inflammatory agent thus helping with arthritis, muscle pain, gout and many other inflammatory conditions.
Digestion – Rosemary is a calmative for the GI system helping to settle stomachaches, heartburn, gas, menstrual cramps, and other related challenges. A little Rosemary Tea goes a long way to soothing the GI tract.
Immune Boosting – Rosemary boosts our immune system thus helping to prevent colds, flues, and other common diseases.
Macular Degeneration – Because Rosemary contains carnosic acid which helps to prevent age related macular degeneration. Studies at Stanford University show that Rosemary is important for eye health.
Antioxidants – Rosemary contains lots of wonderful antioxidants including Vitamin A which prevents and repairs DNA damage… and thus slowing the aging process.
Antiseptic and Anti-fungal – Rosemary oil is also a good antiseptic and anti-fungal compound. Studies show that Rosemary oil can control staph and H. pylori infections.
Contains – Rosemary contains Vitamins A and C which are powerful antioxidants, and also lots of B Vitamins which is great for vitality and mood enhancement. Rosemary also contains potassium for heart contraction and water regulation, copper and iron for anemia, calcium for strong bones, magnesium and manganese for enzyme production, boosting metabolism, and preventing osteoporosis.
Cancer – Rosemary has been researched extensively with many journal articles showing it has the ability to slow the progress of tumor growth and spread. And if Rosemary is added to beef… and especially ground beef it has the ability to decrease the formation of cancer causing agents.
Liver – Rosemary can help with liver and gallbladder inflammation that might lead to other challenges. Rosemary is sooth to the liver and contains lots of antioxidants that help with tissue regeneration. And one study with rates showed that Rosemary helps with liver cirrhosis.
Migraines – Rosemary is also great for those who suffer from migraines. Placing some Rosemary in a container of hot water and boil for 15 minutes and breathing the vapors can help with migraines.
Hair Loss – Some also used Rosemary oil for treating and preventing hair loss and dandruff. Rosemary shampoos are also available to use daily. It seems that rosemary oil irritates our skin slightly, thus it may cause increased blood flow to the area thus helping to promote hair growth. Some herbalists recommend rubbing cedar, thyme, rosemary, and lavender into the scalp for a few months to jumpstart hair growth.
Asthma – Rosemary can also sooth away asthma. Placing some Rosemary in a container of hot water and boil for 15 minutes and breathing the vapors works well.
Topically – Rosemary oil can help with eczema, rashes, irritations, wound healing, and even toothaches. Plus it can help with muscle pain and sciatic nerve pain.
Soothing Jangled Nerves – Rosemary is a wonderful aromatherapy oil that helps with stress and jangled nerves… and it works well in a soothing bath.
Insect Repellant and Rodents – Rosemary has been used in the past to keep away biting insects… rubbing a sprig of Rosemary all over can keep away mosquitoes. Plus putting Rosemary in cabinets keeps away insects, mice, and rats.
Good Breath – Chewing Rosemary will instantly sweeten even the worst breath.
Culinary Uses – Rosemary has been used for many hundreds of years for cooking things such as chicken, fish, beef, lamb, used in casseroles, in marinades for meats, in all kinds of dishes. Google “Rosemary Recipes” and lots of great recipes will come up.
Finding – Organic Rosemary can be found in any local supermarket, can be grown in your yard, and can be found at nurseries, plus ordered on-line, and can even be found on Amazon and Vitacost.
Enjoy some great Rosemary!
Feel Free to Share – This information is meant to get you started… so you can do more research on your own… dig a little deeper and find what works for you. This article is for educational purposes only, I strongly recommend that you seek advice from your own GP, private doctor, or medical specialist for any ailment, illness, or medical condition.. this article not meant to be a scientific analysis in any way, shape, or form.
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