Rosemary is plentiful of antioxidants, is useful for nervousness and has even been used to help strengthen hair and shown to be beneficial for premature balding when used as a cold rinse or essential oil applied directly to your head.
Ancient Greeks used Rosemary as a memory booster. In Hamlet, Shakespeare has Opheilia say, “There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance” (4.5.174-174)
Rosemary has a number of great benefits including helping circulation, lowering blood pressure, decreasing capillary permeability and fragility. It is also a carminative and is excellent in soothing the intestines, spasms, flatulence and digestive upset.
You can take rosemary as a pill, drink it in tea, add it too foods, or as a tinture.
This information is for educational purposes and not meant for diagnosing. For more information contact your health practitioner.