Rosemary for Improved Cognitive Function, Hair Growth & Overall Wellness

Did you know that Rosemary is not just great for culinary purposes?

Rosemary has been considered and used by many cultures from ancient civilisations right through to today’s society, as folk and herbal medicine for various ailments and conditions. 
It was used in the Middle Ages as a way to help ward off evil spirits and praised as being great for over all body health and for helping to enhance memory and cognitive function.

Native to the Mediterranean and sub-Himalayan areas, Rosemary has a herbaceous, fresh, crisp scent. It has many therapeutic properties including being a great anti-microbial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant.

Rosemary has recently become a viral sensation across social media for its use with aiding people with hair loss.

Rosemary is said to be wonderful to use to aid with hair growth and strengthening. This occurs through strengthening the circulation and blood supply to the hair follicle, because the follicle requires a good blood supply. Without a good blood supply, the growth cycle of hair is impacted and after time, hair growth reduces.

Rosemary is also used for boosting mood and known to aid with anxiety and sleep, helps with headaches as well as many, many other uses!

It’s such a beautiful and versatile plant. You can see why it has been so deeply revered throughout the ages

Read more about this amazing herb and/or purchase your own Rosemary pure essential oil to add this incredible oil to your oil collection, head to Moroccan Organic Rosemary Pure Essential Oil.

If you are implementing routines into your daily life and are still finding that you are struggling with your health, please consider consulting your doctor if you have any concerns.

Please remember to use all oils as directed & always follow safety instructions.

Essential oils are listed as a chemical by the Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA). The reason they are called chemicals is that they contain volatile chemical compounds from plants. (Remember that not all chemicals are demons!)

There are a number of people who should avoid essential oils or at least obtain the correct advice. They include: People who are pregnant, babies, people with Hypertension, people with Epilepsy or a Neural Disease & pets. You must always seek out & research the correct information regarding oils.

Read more about essential oils in our blog post - Essential Oils

Click the link of the Moroccan Organic Rosemary essential oil to read more about that oil.


These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or illness. Individuals receiving this information must exercise their independent judgement in determining its appropriateness for a particular purpose or use.


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