Rosemary: the superman of herbs! Say goodbye to foggy mornings!
Boost your memory, protect your brain, enhance alertness and more!
For centuries, one of the most common medicinal uses for Rosemary has involved improving memory. A few droppers full of pure Rosemary extract every day is sure to help you start remembering things long past. Those foggy mornings will be a thing of the past. Rosemary is approved by the German Commission E to help support healthy digestion. It has anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and antiseptic properties to help fight those nasty colds. It’s medically approved and commonly used externally for healthy circulation and alleviation of joint pain. It has vitamin A for free radical-zapping antioxidant properties, vision protection, healthy skin and mucus membranes, and increased protection from lung and mouth cancers.
- Provides powerful antioxidant protection and multiplies the potency of Vitamin E
- Protects brain cells from the normal effects of aging and increases memory recall
- Clinical studies show that Rosemary may slow down the progression of Alzheimer’s disease
Mostly renowned for fighting infection, the vitamin C content in rosemary synthesizes collagen, the protein required for optimal blood vessels, organs, skin, and bones. The essential oil is frequently used for aromatherapy and has been shown to enhance alertness. The list goes on and on. Grow some Rosemary for yourself and brighten up your dinners. Use it in teas to wake up your day and your memories or mix it with some aloe or coconut oil to rub on those tired muscles and joints.
Tony O’s take on Hawaii Pharm’s Rosemary Liquid Extract;
Rosemary Liquid extract is at the top of my list. I use it most every morning as an addition to my juice or tea to help clear that fogginess from my head and get me thinking clear and sharp. It has many other benefits to help me push through my day, but none as noteworthy as the clarity it provides. I recommend it daily, but as always, cycle through your supplements for maximum of 90 days on with 30 days off unless otherwise directed.