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Beauty benefits of Rosemary Oil

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Rosemary, a flavourful herb, native to the Mediterranean region, looks like lavender and shares ties with the mint family. Its flat pine-like needle leaves feature in kitchens worldwide as a culinary add-on. The rich wood-like, citrusy scent was considered sacred by the Egyptians, Hebrews, Greeks, and Romans to ward off evil. You’re familiar with it as an aromatic that adds a fragrant twist to meat, vegetables or fish, but we’re going to show you how to incorporate this evergreen plant to more than just your dishes.  From head to toe, its aromatherapy benefits are numerous.
Banish Dandruff: Due to its anti-fungal and soothing properties, Rosemary is used as a gentle yet effective cleanser that gets rid of dandruff. Add a few drops of the oil to your regular shampoo and conditioner to get rid of a dry scalp, flaking and itching.  
Boost Hair Growth: Rosemary oil helps to stimulate hair follicles, making each strand grow longer and stronger. It is also believed to slow down premature hair loss and greying. Therefore, it is excellent for balding people or those suffering from severe hair loss.
Natural Astringent:  Known for its toning, cleansing, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, studies have shown that Rosemary is an effective acne-buster. Its aromatic properties soothe the skin while rejuvenating the mind. To heal blemishes and hydrate skin from within, add this oil to a carrier and apply to a freshly washed face with a cotton ball. 
Memory Promoter: The earliest use of Rosemary oil was to aid in memory and boost retention. Research shows that it’s a great cognitive stimulant and helps keep the mind young and focused. In that same vein, Rosemary has been linked to stimulating mental activity in the elderly. Simply add a few drops of the oil to a diffuser for better concentration.
Pain Relief:  As an analgesic substance, rosemary has been topically applied in a paste or salve for hundreds of years to the affected area. It is known to treat arthritis and muscle pains. In fact, one of the most popular uses of rosemary is for the treatment of migraines. Apply it directly to the inflamed area and massage to relieve pain.
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