ROSEMARY

#9 - ROSEMARY, Rosmarinus officinalis

Rosemary is a wonderful aromatic perennial bush that has a hard time growing in the mountains of  Western NC. It doesn’t exactly like the hard winters here but it grows well in our greenhouse. It makes a great house plant and can easily be bought fresh in the produce section of most grocery stores. It is a well known antibacterial and anti-fungal herb. It can help improve circulation. The “Purple Lace Rash” I speak of in the video is Livedo reticularis. I have met many people who tested positive for Bartonella who get mild versions of Livedo reticularis. 

In this video, I also mention rosemary’s ability to stimulate hair growth. When we are loosing our hair, we must ask, “Why?” I always encourage us to get to the root of things. Is it hormone imbalance that is making your hair fall out? For example is it, is it Hypothyroidism? If low hormones the culprit the next question would be, why would these aspects of the body not be working correctly? Some people just except that they have certain issues but don’t seem motivated to dig deeper than that. I think the human body is so very intelligent. If something isn’t working, be like a toddler and ask “why” and then ask “why” to that answer. 


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Here is Rosemary if flower:

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Below are some research studies on rosemary:

Rosmarinus officinalis Extract Suppresses Propionibacterium acnes–Induced Inflammatory Responses

Influence of Rosemary Extract on Immune Responses and Oxidative Stress in Mice Intoxicated by Aflatoxins

Exam revision students should smell rosemary for memory

The Therapeutic Potential of Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) Diterpenes for Alzheimer’s Disease

Antioxidant activity of rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) essential oil and its hepatoprotective potential.

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