rosmarinus officinalis


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rosemary

One of nature's finest antioxidants and stimulants, making it a famous anti-aging herb. Drooping shrub that looks like pine needles with white, blue, purple or pink flowers. It stimulates everything in the body, including circulation to the head, so it’s good for memory, hair and age related problems. Contains a powerful substance called rosemarinic, which is used for everything from cancer to Alzheimer’s. Components in rosemary prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine in the brain, a key brain chemical for memory. Rosemary is rich in highly absorbable calcium for stress and tension, and shows good results for breast cancer. A good antidepressant tea because of strengthening and calming effect on the nerves. Put in bath for calming effect. Contains up to 20% camphor. Stimulates digestion, sexual organs, menstrual flow, helps low blood pressure, anti-fungal rub on head to stimulate hair growth, adrenal glands, great for headaches, vertigo, dizziness, increases bile (helps liver, gallbladder), stimulates waste to move through body, eliminating stagnant food from a sluggish digestive system, helps heal the mouth gums. For food poisoning, chew rosemary and swallow. Avoid if pregnant or prone to epileptic seizures. Highly suggested for women with breast cancer. Make tea, crush into food and drinks, or just plain eat it.
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Even both Juniperus phoenicea and Rosmarinus officinalis showed mortalities more than 50 % to aphids, but increasing the concentration of Juniperus phoenicea from 1000 ppm to 100,000 ppm resulted in valuable increase in mortality of aphids (Fig.
Based on traditional use and current research, Rosmarinus officinalis appears to be well tolerated for human consumption when within the therapeutic dosage ranges.
What is noteworthy here is that while studying samples of these three plants, it was clear that the level of contamination in leaves of Rosmarinus Officinalis was higher than two other plants, this condition could be seen by naked eye, because the color of leaves was darker and close to black, comparing these samples with those of less contaminated areas, for example Borujerd city, which is nearly 400 kilometers away from Tehran, showed that the level of contamination is lower in plants taken from less crowded areas.
Effect of bioclimatic area on the essential oil composition and antibacterial activity of Rosmarinus officinalis L.
Anti-proliferative and antioxidant properties of rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis.
Antibacterial and resistance modifying activity of Rosmarinus officinalis.
Cosmetic Active 2 (INCI: Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, ethyl ferulate, polyglycetyl-5 trioleate, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, water, disodium uridine phosphate) combines ethyl ferulate and carnosolic acid from rosemary to combat ROS and counteract indirect DNA damage and mutations.
has been reported in previous works for extracts from plants such as Polygala cyparissias, Rosmarinus officinalis L, Drimys winteri, and Stachytarpheta cayennensis (de Campos et al.
The plants have now been named Rosmarinus officinalis, "Silver Spires".
Antimycotoxigenic characteristics of Rosmarinus officinalis and Trachyspermum copticum L.
To protect stem cells, the company developed a material with the INCI name: Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, ethyl ferulate, polyglyceryl-5 trioleate, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, water, disodium uridine phosphate.
Rosemary oil is an essential oil produced by means of steam distillate of the above-ground blossoming parts of rosmarinus officinalis L, which can be applied in practice on its own or combined with other essential oils.