When Rosemary Leaf is Applied to the skin, rosemary helps strengthen the capillaries and has a rejuvenating effect. For this reason, rosemary is a common ingredient used in many cosmetics, including skin toners, creams, soaps and hair products.
However, beyond being a flavouring-enhancer for certain foods and its use in cosmetics, Rosemary Leaf extract has a long history of medicinal uses too. It has been used to treat a wide range of ailments, including stomach upsets, digestive disorders and headaches.
Recent research is now revealing even more benefits attached to Rosemary Leaf , including its ability to help prevent cancer and age-related skin damage, boost the functioning of the liver and act as a mild diuretic to help reduce swelling.
Two of the most important ingredients in rosemary, which are thought to be largely responsible for many of these therapeutic actions, are caffeic acid and rosemarinic acid – both are potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agents.
These two natural acids are effective at reducing inflammation which may contribute to asthma, liver disease and heart disease.
Another benefit rosemary extract has been shown to possess is an ability to inactivate toxins and then eliminate them from your liver, before they can inflict any serious damage.
Rosemary also has therapeutic properties as a mild diuretic – making it effective in reducing swollen ankles and bloating.
When used in rituals and spells, Rosemary Leaf is best suited for protection; exorcism; healing; purification; and as a love stimulator.
Rosemary Leaf Specifications:
4 oz Package
Comes as whole leaves