How to Make Rosemary Infused Oil To Boost Immunity, Improve digestion and Relieve Pain

Rosemary (Rosemarnius officinalis) is an excellent herb used for many purposes in the traditional medicine. Rosemary can help you to improve your circulation, relieve muscles and rheumatism, boost your liver function, cure adrenal fatigue, relieve sciatic pain, improve your immune system, improve your digestion, remove harmful bacteria, eliminate bad breath etc.

The Rosemary oil can be used for curing or eliminating skin issues like eczema. This oil is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. Therefore, because of these properties Rosemary can be used for curing any pain like for example: pain caused by sore muscles, backaches and arthritis. You can get rid of the pain just by massaging the affected area with the Rosemary oil. It is also very good for treating skin problems and it is usually used as hot oil for hair treatment.

The rosemary essential can be used for:
Clarity – Put a few drops on your hands, rub them together and cup your nose and mouth for a couple of minutes.

Immune Booster – Rosemary oil helps the body to activate the antioxidants which are used for fighting any infections and diseases. You can also decrease the cortisol levels by massaging your body with the oil.

Treat hair loss: Rub the Rosemary oil on your hair and let it stay for at least an hour before you wash it.

Cough – Put one or two drops over your throat and chest and massage them every few hours.

Headaches – Relieve headaches by adding one drop on your hands, cup over your nose and mouth for a few minutes.

Rosemary-Infused-Oil
Rosemary Infused Oil is prepared in the following way:
You will be needed:

  • rosemary springs
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • Bowl
  • Strainer
  • Mason Jar

Instructions:

  • Fill your Mason jar with enough fresh rosemary
  • Pack the clean Mason jar with the clean dry rosemary.
  • Put olive oil and secure the lid on the jar.
  • The jar should stay on a sunny place next to the window for about a month
  • After a month strain over a bowl.
  • The finished rosemary infused oil should be put in a glass container.
  • The oil is ready to be used. Just make sure you keep it in a cool dark place.

Source: HealthyLifestyleTeam.com

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