Used to improve circulation to the brain to aid memory and concentration, cold hands and feet, low blood pressure and more.
Certainly, two of Rosemary's main properties are as a tonic and as an anti-inflammatory. Rosemary's effectiveness is thought to be due to the combined presence of rosmarinic, apigenin and ursolic acids. Rosemary also contains diosmetin, a legendary constituent for strengthening capillaries, assisting the cardiovascular system.
Rosemary is useful for raising low blood pressure and for enhancing blood circulation. This impact on the circulation system is especially directed to the head, which is thought to explain Rosemary's efficacy in bettering concentration and memory. Sufferers of Reynaud's Syndrome have also benefited from Rosemary, because it is effective in improving circulation in the feet and hands. Rosemary is even used in cases of depression and listlessness, and accordingly you may find your state of debility and lethargy improving.
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