Rosemary ~ Multi-faceted Analgesic

Posted at 11:00 - June 28th, 2019 - Megan & Jae - Education Guides

Throughout history, Rosemary has been a valuable therapeutic herb. In Europe during the Middle Ages, it was used to clear vision, sharpen the senses and alleviate nervous ailments. In ancient Greece, Rosemary was highly valued for its memory-strengthening ability. During World War II, hospitals in France burned Rosemary to kill germs.

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Benefits

Analgesic

  • Used to treat headaches, especially nervous headaches
  • Shown to calm muscle spasms
  • Helps to ease neuralgia, neuritis, tendinitis and muscle pain

Nerves and Stress

  • Used to calm and soothe irritated nerves
  • Can help reduce anxiety
  • Has been shown to counteract depression

Hair Restoration

  • Has been used in hair rinses to darken hair color and restore original color
  • May be helpful in minimizing premature balding
  • May prevent hair loss due to oil and/or acid affecting hair follicles

Blood Pressure

  • Has been used as a heart strengthener
  • May help reduce elevated blood pressure

Hormonal

  • Used to help regulate menstrual cycles
  • Has been helpful in treating uterine pain with excessive bleeding

Digestive

  • Helps calm upset or “nervous” stomach
  • Reduces tension focused in the stomach area

Additional uses

  • Has been shown to have anti-malarial attributes
  • Stimulates capillary circulation to assist in blood flow and cell regeneration
  • Improves sluggish liver function
  • Helps heal colds and sore throat

Tea

  • Used as a mouthwash for treatment of sores in and around the mouth
  • Mixed with Myrrh, helps heal bleeding gums
  • Can be used as an eye wash to clear phlegm, pollen or allergic irritation
  • Tonic to strengthen the nervous system

Used in a Pillow

  • Helps alleviate insomnia
  • May improve restless sleep

Parts of the plant used include for therapeutic purposes: Whole plant



Authors

Megan is our product curator and store visionary. Personally vetting every product that comes through the door, she evaluates thousands of items each month with a focus on quality ingredients and value. Well-schooled in the supplements department and the editor of our in-store newsletters, she still insists her main job is raising three daughters! (Wichita, Kansas)

 

2019 marks Jae’s 20th year working as a Holistic Nutritionist and Supplement Specialist in the Health Food industry. This environment has afforded the opportunity to discuss health issues and solutions with thousands of customers and clients. Along the way, she has acquired multiple certifications including biogenealogy, environmental biology, holistic nutrition and various healing modalities. She is currently studying to complete a Ph.D in Holistic Nutrition.

All Eureka Market Education Guides are intended for educational purposes only. The guides are NOT intended to substitute for professional medical consultation and as such, do not diagnose, prescribe or offer personal medical advice. Always consult with your health care professional before taking supplements with prescription medications.

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