Rosemary is a scrub-shaped shrub, very good for fighting various diseases and ailments. It can be consumed in different presentations such as infusion, dried twigs, etc., but its essential oil has really wonderful aesthetic and health powers that many are unaware of.

Rosemary oil benefits:

  • It is an excellent anti aging. It has an instant effect, being better than any cream you can buy. Relaxes the skin, and allows the cells of the dermis to rehydrate, thus improving our appearance in just a few minutes.
  • It has soothing and anti-inflammatory properties, which is why it is widely used in sports medicine to massage athletes in areas of muscle overload or injuries. It is a good alternative for injuries caused by arthritis, rheumatism or hemorrhoids.
  • Rosemary oil has great antiseptic and antibiotic power. It can be used when there are surface bacteria, household cuts, scrapes. etc. It does not allow bacteria or dirt to enter the lesions and cause an infection. It is a very good healing.
  • It is also used to improve the general condition of the hair, regardless of whether it is oily or dry. The use of rosemary oil in cosmetics is increasingly widespread and many hair treatments are also made with it, as well as creams or lotions.
  • It also serves to eliminate bad breath caused by excess bacteria in the oral cavity.
  • Rosemary oil can be used to treat respiratory problems through inhalations, for those who suffer from congestion in the nasal passages, colds, flu or allergies. You can also apply a drop to each side of the nose to breathe it in and unclog it.
  • Another benefit of this plant oil is that it improves and increases mental clarity. It is used to combat stress and depression, and reduce tension and anxiety. It improves mood and at the same time increases people’s energy levels.
  • Due to its stimulating and tonic effects, it helps to improve blood circulation and at the same time strengthen the immune system.
Samantha Robson
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Dr. Samantha Robson ( CRN: 0510146-5) is a nutritionist and website content reviewer related to her area of ​​expertise. With a postgraduate degree in Nutrition from The University of Arizona, she is a specialist in Sports Nutrition from Oxford University and is also a member of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.

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