Rosemary herb 100g
Rosemary is a herb. It is native to the Mediterranean region but is now grown worldwide. The leaf and its oil are used to make medicine.
Rosemary is used for improving memory, indigestion (dyspepsia), arthritis-related joint pain, hair loss, and other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support most of these uses.
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Both the leaves and the stems of the plant have been used for cooking and for medicinal purposes for centuries. Here’s a look at some of the ways rosemary might help your health:
Rosemary has long been linked in folk medicine to better memory. Reportedly in ancient Greece, students would place rosemary sprigs in their hair while they studied for tests. It is used in aromatherapy to help with concentration and age-related cognitive decline. Some studies show that rosemary aromatherapy can improve the quality, but not the speed of memory, reports WebMD. Early evidence in other studies suggests that taking just 750 mg of powdered rosemary leaves in tomato juice might improve memory speed in healthy, older adults. However, taking higher doses may make memory worse.
Rosemary is also used in aromatherapy to ease stress.
For ages, rosemary has been linked with hair growth in many cultures. Some early research shows that applying a combination of rosemary oil, lavender, thyme and cedarwood oil to the scalp can help improve hair growth,
Muscle Pains and Aches
Some early studies show that taking a combination of rosemary, hops and oleanolic acid may help ease the pain associated with arthritis. Rosemary oil is also approved by the German Commission E as a topic treatment to treat muscle and arthritis-related pain and to improve circulation.\
Rosemary’s smell is unmistakable. And if you’re bored or a little uninspired, maybe a whiff of the pungent herb can help
A number of studies suggest that rosemary extract may prevent cancer cells from replicating, thereby stopping tumors from growing, reports UMM. One study found that rosemary (alone, and with curcumin) helped prevent breast cancer; another study found similar effects with rosemary on colon cancer cell replication.
Make a tea by steeping 1teaspoon of rosemary in a cup of boiled water for 3-5 minutes ( the longer you leave it the stronger it gets, which could taste unpleasant)