Is rosemary used in medicine?
Rosemary oil is used externally to ease muscular pain, and is said to act as a stimulant to both the hair follicles and circulation in the scalp which means it is used in treatment for premature baldness.
A tea can be used in the treatment of flatulence, and sour stomach,
As a tincture it is used as a circulatory and nervine stimulant, and used where psychological tension is present.
Besides these, Rosemary also shields the brain from free-radicals, lowering the risk of Alzheimer's and Lou Gehrig's.
It also contains a number of potentially active antioxidants such as carnosic acid & rosmaric acid.
Rosemary is an aromatic herb, most often used in cooking. You can find dried rosemary in the spice section of your grocery store. Grocery stores also carry fresh rosemary sprigs, if that's what your recipe calls for. Rosemary is also grown outdoors as an ornamental plant, often as part of an herb garden.
Rosemary is a potent antioxidant, antiseptic, and antispasmodic. In European folk medicine, it was used both internally and externally, for ills including nervous disorders, upset stomach, headaches, baldness, arthritis, pain, strains, and bruises. More recently, it has been investigated as a cancer therapy. Benefits of rosemary for specific health conditions include the following: • Alzheimer's disease. Rosemary contains compounds that prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine, a brain chemical that allows the nerve cells responsible for…