Improve Memory with Rosemary Tea
Rosemary Leaf - Rosmarinus officinalis L.
Used part: Leaf
Originally from the Mediterranean region, rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) is widely used in home medicine and is considered a great herbal remedy, one of the most complete in terms of health benefits. It is also known by other names such as rosemary, scent rosemary and rosemary. In addition to the aforementioned denominations, rosemary is also called "herb of joy", due to the essential oils present in its composition, which favor the production of neurotransmitters responsible for well-being.
Besides medicinal use, rosemary is also widely used as a flavoring agent for environments and food flavor enhancers such as roasts, meats, vegetables, sauces and breads. We find rosemary for sale at natural products stores, handling pharmacies and at some free fairs.
Rosemary improves the nervous system and brings benefits such as improving memory, concentration and thinking, and helping to prevent and treat problems such as depression and anxiety. This herb also helps to reduce memory loss that occurs naturally in the elderly, and can also be used in the form of aromatherapy for this purpose.
From the benefits provided by rosemary, it is possible to achieve a favorable growth for hair. The herb can activate the blood circulation of the scalp, which causes the hair to grow strong and healthy. The plant is able to dilate the blood vessels by stimulating the hair follicle, causing the hair to grow faster.
Good Herbal Remedy:
- Prevents respiratory diseases
- Regulates blood pressure
- Does the bowel well
- Promotes sense of well-being
- Fight against migraine
- Prevents neurological diseases
- Stimulates menstruation
- Combating fluid retention
- Oral Health
- Add 2 tablespoons of herb to one liter of water
- Turn off when it reaches boil
- Remove from the heat and leave the pan (capped) to stand for 10 minutes
- Strain and drink
How to drink:
Take 2 to 3 times a day.
The used parts of rosemary are its leaves, which can be used to season foods and flowers to make tea and baths.
- Rosemary tea for digestive problems and inflammation of the throat: put 4 g of leaves in a cup of boiling water and let stand for 10 minutes. Then strain and drink 3 cups a day, after meals;
- Rosemary bath for rheumatism: put 50 g of Rosemary in 1 liter of boiling water, cover, let stand for 30 minutes and strain. Then use this water during the bath.
- Rosemary essential oil: The oil can be used in aromatherapy, massage or bath treatments with rosemary.
At high doses, rosemary can cause gastrointestinal irritation and pain in the kidneys. Another recommendation is to avoid its use at night time as it can impair sleep. This plant is contraindicated in cases of pregnancy, gastroenteritis, epilepsy and prostate problems.