Drinking a cup of Rosemary herbal tea is a wonderful cure for headaches and migraines. It's just as effective as taking an aspirin. It's loaded with vitamins and antioxidants and full of health benefits. The ancient Chinese and Greeks used Rosemary for memory loss and to prevent Alzheimer's from developing. The essential oil is extracted from leaves and comes from the mint family. This includes lavender,sage and basil.


Rosemary not only benefits your head, but also the hair on your head. It is a common ingredient in many hair care products. It strengthens and stimulates the hair follicle and is beneficial for premature hair loss. It can be applied directly on the head as an essential oil or a cold tea rinse.

Rosemary is useful for nervousness and is an excellent herb for the cardiovascular system. It improves circulation within the body, lowers blood pressure and decreases fragility and permeability. It also soothes the stomach and intestines. It is great for those suffering from digestive discomforts, irritable bowel syndrome and candida.

Massaging the oil on your face can help tone, smoothen and remove facial dryness. It is commonly added in many cosmetics and beauty products as it has a freshening beautiful scent.

The aroma of Rosemary is used to freshen rooms, as candles, incense, bath oils, lotions, perfumes and even added as a spice in foods. When inhaled, it brings upon a mesmerizing feeling that increases mental energy and clears out your respiratory system. The scent relieves soar throats, colds, flus, asthma and bronchitis.

The freshness of Rosemary oil is also great as a mouthwash. It can help freshen your breath, disinfect your mouth and treat gingivitis.

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