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TMG Rosemary

« When speaking of Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) one usually refers to its essence, thereby neglecting to seek the therapeutic value of the plant phytocomplex…: the antispasmodic, choleretic and antioxidant properties make this plant useful in digestive disorders such as gastric bloating, slow digestion, belching, flatulence and facilitates the renal and intestinal excretion functions (draining).
Preparations of Rosemary, in appropriate dosage, can exercise a neurotonic and balancing action in all those cases where it is necessary to improve one's general health conditions and regulate the hepato-digestive function for body detoxification. The protective action on the hepatic cell with respect to toxic agents has also been demonstrated experimentally, as well as the spasmolytic properties on gallbladder and intestines and the anti-inflammatory, diuretic and choleretic effects. The extract has proved hepato-protector ….
Undeniable are its antioxidant properties…, higher than that of synthetic antioxidants… Recently it has been reported that carnosol (Rosemary ingredient) has anticancer properties. The formation of mammary tumours caused by carcinogens has been reduced.
The spasmolytic , … expectorant and bechic action, is connected with the presence of the essential oil in the phytocomplex, and can be exploited both orally and via fumigations.
It is also indicated in bronchopulmonary diseases, in sinusitis and otitis (in this case, it facilitates evacuation of pathological secretions), as a circulatory and muscular tonic.
It also has a cerebral tonic action (stimulates brain functions)….
Smelling the essential oil can help decrease pain without having a direct analgesic effect … on cognitive function and mood. Rosemary seems to improve memory performance and mood state. The olfactory properties of the essential oil of rosemary can produce objective effects on cognitive performance and subjective effects on mood performance»[1].

[1] Enrica Campanini, Dizionario di fitoterapia e piante medicinali, Tecniche Nuove.
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