Rosemary is widely known as an aromatic spice.
It is added to meat dishes, pastries, as well as use in oil burner. Centuries ago Shakespeare wrote: “Rosemary is good for memory: to pray, to love and to remember.”
Even then people knew about the healing properties of this plant. Modern scientists confirm that rosemary possesses unique medicinal properties in fighting against senile dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
A group of scientists headed by mark moss studied the effects of the aroma of rosemary essential oil on the human brain. What they found is simply amazing.
Scientists have found a correlation between the inhalation of the aroma of this plant and the improvement of cognitive brain function, especially memory. Just inhaling the scent of essential oils of rosemary, the test group showed better results in various tests on memory and visualization.
Another study showed that people suffering from senile dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, felt a significant improvement from aromatherapy rosemary.
“All patients showed improved results of the survey after aromatherapy, in particular, Alzheimer’s patients,” says one of the scientists.
Both studies show that there is great hope for the treatment of senile dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in a natural way. So the next time you feel a little “brake”, just breathe in this wonderful aroma, and your thoughts immediately clearer.
In addition, rosemary has antiseptic, disinfectant, anti-inflammatory and even anti-cancer properties. A few drops of rosemary oil can relieve pain, improve blood circulation. Decoctions of twigs of the plant strengthen hair and improve their growth. The tea of rosemary boosts the immune system and has anti-inflammatory effect.
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