Inhaling Rosemary oil has long been thought to improve memory, including the ability to better remember events and complicated tasks.
The owner of the Moonbeams and Eco-Dreams site found that inhaling Peppermint Rosemary soap made her feel more focused. When she later inhaled the scent from a bottle of Rosemary oil, she had a stronger sense of focus and alertness. So she decided to see if there were any modern scientific studies of the correlation between Rosemary oil and improved memory.
She cites 5 different scientific research studies that explored the inhalation of Rosemary oil and reported positive effects on cognition and mood, increased energy, stress reduction, and improved cognitive function in patients with Alzheimer’s.
The author then explains how she uses Rosemary Essential Oil. I love her approach to researching the effectiveness of essential oils. She shares her personal experiences with the oil, then links to any scientific research, and finally includes links to people with expertise in the subject.
Interesting and well-written article! She wrote another earlier article titled Can Vetiver Essential Oil Help Autism and ADHD?
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