Rosmarinus officinalis

The latin name of Rosmarinus derives from the words “ros” (dew) and “marinus” (sea). It’s recognized by its small blue flowers which are bloomed all year round.

During Ancient Times, Rosmarinus the Therapeutic (Rosmarinus Officinalis) was considered a plant that protects love and beauty and that is why they used to put Rosemary wreaths on Aphrodite’s statues.
Nowadays is an ingredient used in cosmetics, responsible for the balance of oily skins and for acne. It is also known that extended use boosts hair growth and fights dandruff.

The essential oils of Rosemary are salutary for the human brain as memory enhancement. It also tackles rheumatism, indigestion and gastrointestinal problems.
The infusion is so powerful and therapeutic, in Greece traditionally used in order to give a boost in the heart function, get relief from a headache especially when it’s the result of exhaustion.

The use of Rosemary formulations must be avoided by people with high blood-pressure. It is also advisable to limit the use late in the afternoon as it can cause hyperstimulation and insomnia.

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