Rosmarinus officinalis L. better known as Rosemary, is a plant of Mediterranean origin, its name comes from the Greek and means marine shrub. Form of a wild plant that usually grows close to the coast. On many occasions this plant has stood out in gastronomy, however it can also be used as a great option for health and is widely recommended for infusion consumption.
For some time now, special emphasis has also been placed on the benefits that it can have on the scalp due to the high content of nutrients such as fiber, calciumiron, magnesium, potassium, zinctannins, rosmarinic acid, rosmaricin, folates, thiamine, riboflavin and vitamins A, C and B6, this according to the information of the Spanish Nutrition Foundation.
What are the benefits of rosemary on hair?
Growth: For the content of romarinic acidit will be a perfect option to help you with the circulation in the scalp, being also a great option to stimulate the hair growth. In addition to this, it will help it grow beautiful, healthy and strong.
Nourishes and prevents hair loss: In the same way that it can help you grow healthy and strong, rosemary will prevent hair loss in a great way. Due to its high vitamin C content, it will act as a powerful antioxidant that will eliminate all those toxins that could prevent it from strengthening and, later, from growing and preventing hair loss. In addition to this, its high content of vitamin B6 will also be a great option to reduce alopecia.
Hydration: Due to the presence of tannin, a natural substance with a high content of antioxidants, will help preserve tissues and combat cell aging. In addition to this, you can naturally fix collagen.
Dandruff: Something that has not been highlighted is that it can help combat this severe hair problem, thanks to the fact that it acts as an antifungal. In addition to this, its compounds that help to generate secondary metabolitesthis according to the information presented by an article from UNAM.
- 1 unscented neutral shampoo or baby shampoo
- 2 sprigs of fresh rosemary
- 2 cups of water
- You should place it in a pot on the fire and leave it until it reaches a boil.
- Add the twigs and remove from the heat.
- Let rest and cover.
- Strain and mix the water with the shampoo.
- We mix perfectly.
- Let it rest for a few days and that’s it, you can use it now.
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