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§  Cosmetic: Hot water infusions are used as hair and scalp tonics and in astringent skin toners.

§  Culinary: Add flavor to salad dressings, culinary oils, baked goods and grilled meats and vegetables.

§  Household: Rosemary infusions and extracts are used in natural cleaners.

§  Aromatic: Include in incense and potpourri blends.

§  Industrial: Rosemary extract is used as a natural preservative.

§  Medicinal:

-        Rosmarinic acid, a natural polyphenolic antioxidant found in rosemary, has been found to have anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant functions.

-        Rosemary oil which is distilled from the flowering tops contains volatile essential oil such as camphene, cineol, borneol, bornyl acetate and other esters. These compounds are known to have tonic, astringent, diaphoretic, and stimulant properties.

-        Its herbal oil is also being used externally as a rubefacient to soothe painful ailments in gout, rheumatism, and neuralgic conditions.

-        Rosemary herb extractions when applied over the scalp known to stimulate the hair-bulbs and help prevent premature baldness. It forms an effectual remedy for the prevention of scurf and dandruff.

-        Rosemary tea is a natural remedy for the nervous headache, colds, and depression.

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