Rosemary is not just used in food preparations. This shrub bears needle-like leaves and has a woody fragrance to it. Rosemary oil is herbaceous, sweet, and slightly camphorous in aroma. While the herb is used in food preparations, scientists are now focusing on some of the medicinal properties that this plant may house. Some of the benefits that are now under investigation include Rosemary's effect on brain function, hair growth, pain relief, stress relief, and circulation improvement.
Rosemary oil is a stimulant, and it should be used with caution. It can help increase circulation and relieve pain in the joints. Rosemary can help control dandruff, oily scalp and skin, acne, and is said to encourage hair growth.
Try blending with: Lemongrass, peppermint. Avoid during pregnancy or if you suffer from high blood pressure.