Rosmarinus is popularly known as Rosemary.
It is a woody herb with fragrant, evergreen leaves and white, pink, blue, and purple flowers.
It originates from the Mediterranean Sea. In ancient times, it was used for many purposes, including health, food, beauty, and was dedicated to the Greek goddess Aphrodite.
These days, the herb Rosemary is used for many things, and it remains popular.
Scientists have done a lot of research on this plant and we have found that it can slow down wrinkles and aging and can be used as an antioxidant.
Furthermore, doctors believe that Rosemary is beneficial because of its powerful effects on our health. This herb regulates blood circulation and circulation and makes blood vessels stronger.
In my opinion, the best use of rosemary is to treat headaches, migraines, and memory.
Another benefit of using rosemary is better and regulates the digestive system. Works great against constipation, indigestion, cramps, etc.
Another positive thing is that this herb improves the functioning of the bile and helps to absorb fat faster.
Rosemary has been researched as an herb in 1995 and has been found to have detoxifying properties, removing all toxins and negative bacteria from our body. Therefore, we use it for inflammation of the nose, ears and throat, as well as bronchitis.
Like our grandparents, rosemary was often mixed with water and oil and massaged into knees, ankles, hands, and necks because rosemary is known to treat rheumatism, muscle and bone pain.
Rosemary prevents baldness. According to some experts, this herb can prevent hair fall from the head if used properly.
A source tells us that it prevents baldness, stops the brakes on loose hair, and prevents dandruff.