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Rosemary Leaves, Rosemary FlowerDescription
A exotic leafy evergreen shrub up to 2 m. high leaves narrow, entire, with revoluts margins; flowers few, in axillary racemes; bluish or white or pale violet; nutlets smoth, ovoid sub-globose.
Volatile oil, containing borneol, camphene, camphor, cineole., Flavonoids, Tannins, Rosmarinic acid, Diterpenes, Rosmaricine.
Use an infusion as a rinse to lighten blond hair, and to condition and tone all hair. Try mixing an infusion half and half with shampoo to strengthen hair. An infusion can also be used as an invigorating toner and astringent. Rosemary added to a bath strengthens and refreshes, especially when used following an illness. Contains antioxidants which are oil soluble. Undiluted it should be thick, sticky and brownish/green. The aromatic oil is added to soaps, creams, lotions, perfumes, and toilet water.
Use the dried leaves as potpourri and in sachets to scent clothes and linen and deter moths. Rosmary is grown as a companion plant for cabbage, beans carrots and sage. It helps to deter cabbage moths, bean beetles and carrot flies.
Tonic, Stimulant, Astringent, Nervine, anti-inflammatory, Carminative. Several studies done in the last several years show that oil from the leaves of the very plant sold as a spice for flavoring can help prevent the development of cancerous tumors in laboratory animals. One study, led by Chi-Tang Ho, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Food Science at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, showed that applying rosemary oil to the skin of experimental animals reduced their risk of cancer to half that found in animals that did not receive the application of oil. In other studies by the same research team, animals whose diets contained some rosemary oil had about half the incidence of colon cancer or lung cancer compared with animals not eating rosemary.