Rosmarinus among the people is known as Rosemary.
It is a woody herb with fragrant, evergreen with needle like leaves and flowers in white, pink, blue or purple colors.
It comes from Mediterranean area. In the past it was use for a lot of purposes like health, food, beauty, and it was devoted to the Greek goddess Aphrodite.
These days, the herb, Rosemary is used for a lot of things, it has kept its popularity.
The scientists made a lot of surveys for this plant, and they discovered that we can use it for wrinkles, slowing down the aging process, and works great as antioxidant.
Furthermore, the doctors claim that Rosemary has power over our health, so also can be beneficial. The herb will regulate circulation and the blood flow to the issues, it will make our blood vessels much stronger.
According to me, the best usage of rosemary is for curing headaches, migraine, and also will help you with keeping the memory.
Next benefit from using rosemary is better and regulates the digestive system. It works great against constipation, indigestion, cramps etc.
Another positive thing is that this herb is improving the function of bile and helps for faster digestion of fats.
Rosemary, as herb, was investigated in 1995, and it was revealed that is very good for detoxification, for eliminating all the toxins and negative bacteria from our organism. That is why we use it for inflammation of the nose, ear, throat, and also for bronchitis.
The older people, like our grandparents, often used rosemary, mixed with water and some oil, made massage their knees, ankles, hands, neck-it is because rosemary treats rheumatism and pain in the muscles and bones.
Rosemary can prevent baldness. According some experts, this herb, if applied and used properly can prevent the hair falling out from the head.
One of the sources provided us the information that beside the fact it prevents baldness and will stop the braking of the weak hair, can also prevent dandruff.
How Do You Make a Rosemary Water Hair Rinse?
The most well-known way to use rosemary water is in the form of a hair rinse. Dr. Batra was kind enough to share her go-to rosemary hair rinse, which is relatively easy to make. We’ll break down the steps now:
- Boil one quart of distilled water.
- Add a handful of dried rosemary leaves.
- Allow to steep for five hours.
- Once cooled, the mixture can be diluted either in water to form a rinse or in shampoo. In either case, create a 4-to-1 ratio.
- Use the rosemary water hair rinse in your hair after you’ve shampooed your hair. Then, rinse out.
- For a rosemary oil scalp treatment, one drop of rosemary oil can be mixed with six drops of coconut oil, then massaged into the scalp and left on overnight.