Category Archives: Rosemary
Rosemary (rosmarinus officinalis) is a Latin name meaning dew-of-the-sea. It is a small evergreen shrub found growing in Portugal, Mediterranean areas like Morocco, Spain, Tunisia, and in France. It is a wood-like plant with rigid branches and a fissured bark. The leaves are needle-like and dark green. It has pale blue flowers that contain volatile oil. Rosemary thrives best in dry, warm soil with lots of light. Leaves are leathery and contain numerous oil glands.
Rosemary is known to be the sweet scented shrub with narrow leaves and curved pine needles. These are green and grey in colour. Its dried leaves are widely used for commercial purposes as it has tea type fragrance. It has pungent and bitter taste.
The rosemary extract is a rich source of antioxidants and vitamin E against free radical damage caused is very useful.
As more and more people become disenchanted with traditional modern medicine, the notion of herbs for healing is gaining popularity.
Depression can be stated as the sad state of mind that arises from regular worries, stress, tension and anxieties from different spheres of life.
Rosemary or Rosmarinus officinalis is a herb used in medicine for thousands of years. The name rosemary comes from the color of the flower, a beautiful blue: “ros” means dew, rosemary – dew Navy.
As an herb rosemary’s health benefits have been known & used for thousands of years by ancient cultures, including the Chinese & Greeks, who exploited rosemary usually correctly for its health benefits.
Constance Rock LM, CPM has been assisting woman with birthing for almost 20 years…Here are some of her natural remedies to help pregnant mamas feel much better.
Phytoessences (plant essential oils) exert emotional and physical effects via the perception of their respective scents.
It seems that nearly everyone I know has been either fighting or recovering from a cold or flu these last few weeks. And many of my clients have been asking how essential oils can help them prevent or heal their illnesses. There are a few things you can do to prevent yourself from catching a bad cold:
Improving one’s memory with herbs does essentially sound bizarre. Using herbs for memory improvement has long been practiced not only in the United States of America, but also in many other countries. Egyptians, American Indians, Orientals and Greeks have all practiced the herb therapy for enhancing mind.
Beginning ‘bona fide’ aromatherapy, beyond burning a scented candle or soaking with a pleasing pre-packaged bath salt blend, can be a little daunting to many people.
Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints and is characterized by pain, stiffness, swelling, decreased range of movement and at a more serious stage deformity.
If you are the parent of a teen, you are certainly aware of how much your family dynamics have changed in recent years.
For many people, the menacing and overpowering awareness of their financial state is enough to keep them awake at night.
Think your career is stressful and exhausting? Perhaps it’s more than your workload that’s causing you undue stress.