Rosemary is not only lovely in cooking, it is also antioxidant, antiseptic, and antispasmodic- and a key herb in European herbal medicine. For centuries, Rosemary has been used to treat arthritis, baldness, headaches, stomach upset, pains, strains, cuts, scrapes, and bruises.
Rosemary tea can be used as a conditioning hair rinse. The herb will help to combat dandruff, and Rosemary vinegar applied to the hair will make hair gloriously glossy (especially dark hair). Combined with horsetail, Rosemary is said to aid hair loss recovery in cases where hair loss has been due to stress and worry.
Finely chopped Rosemary or Rosemary essential oil put into bath water helps stimulate blood circulation to the skin, increased circulation may carry away inflammatory chemicals helping in cases of for ex. eczema. Being fungicidal and diuretic, it stops growth of yeast and helps remove yeast cells from the lining of the urinary tract.
For indigestion Rosemary can help prevent abdominal cramps and spasms by stimulating the release of bile that helps digest fat, it also relieves bloating and gas.
Antioxidant compounds in Rosemary and its circulatory ability prevent uterine spasms and helps against menstrual cramps.
Another property of Rosemary is to lift the spirits, and it is useful in cases of depression.
Women who have heavy periods should avoid excessive use of Rosemary, since it stimulate menstrual flow. The herb should not be used medicinally during pregnancy. Small amounts of Rosemary used in cooking, however, are safe for pregnant women and for women who lactate.
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