Doctor insights on:
Helps indigestion: In europe, rosemary leaf is used to help dyspepsia (indigestion). This use is approved by the german commission e, which examines the safety and efficacy of herbs. It's also a delightful spice in meals, and is a good antioxidant. You can use it as a tea also. The oil has many uses; it can be antimicrobial, treat muscle pain, and supposedly, stimulate hair growth. ...Read more
Many: Uses of rosemary oil: abdominal cramps, flatus & indigestion as well as for respiratory spasm (bronchitis & asthma), sore throat & upper respiratory infections. It is believed to reduce hair loss and premature graying as well as treating dandruff. It is often used in aromatherapy & can stimulate cognition. It can be used for headaches & massaged in areas of musculoskeletal pain. ...Read more
Many different uses: Rosemary essential oils has a variety of medicinal benefits, including stimulating mental activity and concentration, relieving headaches, muscle & joint pains, treating asthma, bronchitis & colds, treating indigestion and abdominal cramps & to stimulate hair growth, strengthen hair & treat dandruff. See www.Organicfacts.Net/organic-oils/natural-essential-oils/health-benefits-of-rosemary-oil.Html. ...Read more
Many: Rosemary oil has been used in many ways. It has been used for abdominal cramps, flatus, halatosis & indigestion as well as for bronchial spasm, sore throat & upper respiratory infections. It is believed to reduce hair loss and premature graying. It is often used in aromatherapy. It can be used to massage areas of musculoskeletal pain. ...Read more
No harm: No harm in smelling rosemary habitually.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi: I am not a dermatologist to answer this question with hundred percent accuracy. However, i think using any products from plants like rosemary oil might be good. ...Read more
Probably.: While there are topical products specifically designed for use on scars to minimize them, there are no well-designed clinical studies to show that they are superior to some of the old-time products like cocoa butter or vitamin E oil. In my opinion, probably what is more important than what you rub on, is the pressure used to rub any moisturizing product on. Avoid things to which you are allergic. ...Read more
I wish to know: No evidence let us by a company and sell it. ...Read more
Maybe not the oils: Using sage essential oil for this purpose may not have much evidence, but using sage extract (salvia officinalis) may have some benefit. http://tinyurl.com/q76w6s7 there are very possibly some cognitive effects with rosemary oil: http://tinyurl.Com/pggj5m9 you could place a drop or 2 on some cotton and inhale gently; also there are air diffusers for this purpose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Health Food: In areas where I have lived - it has been carried in the health sections of health food stores. You should also be able to purchase it on-line. ...Read more
Don't know the: contents. Healthtap Doctors are asked not to endorse specific brands or product lines. ...Read more
Rosemary tea helps in anxiety or is this myth? I had gastritis and i was cured, it is still dangerous?
I am studying preparing for ib test after two months, how can I improve my memory? Vitamins, food, rosemary helppp
Many good options: B vits may help (esp. B12 if you're deficient). Phosphatidylserine, acetyl-l-carnitine, bacopa, vinpocetine, ashwagandha, gingko, rhodiola, dmae, hydergine ; piracetam are all proven to help.As for diet, fish rich in dha like wild salmon ; sardines ; fruits/veggies of all colors are recommended. Minimize sweets ; grains. There are entire books on this subject. A good article is at http://bit.Ly/1ffyzbq. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In theory could making a pill that contains rosemary, oregano, cumin, peppermint, valerian, and cinnamon have good pain relieving properties?
See below: In theory yes, but in practically probable not. ...Read more
Is it ok to eat a lot of spices with foods cooked too like marjoram, thyme , rosemary, savory, sage, oregano, basil , etc etc? Healthy or not?
Spices & herbs=good: As long as you like the taste, herbs & spices can make your foods taste better w/some suggestions of better health if consumed regularly. This is particularly true of spices like curcumin (http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/curcumin/an01741). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
- Talk to a doctor online
- Rosemary extract antioxidant
- Difference between rosemary extract rosemary essential oil
- Rosemary for flatulence
- Rosemary dandruff
- Rosemary tea
- Nutritional facts on rosemary
- Rosemary for dry mouth
- Rosemary substitutes aromatherapy
- How to use rosemary extract for weight loss?