Rosemary Oil – Hydration · Arthritis · Relaxation | Saint James the Just Monastery
Monastic rosemary oil is extremely beneficial to the human body. It moisturizes and soothes the skin, improving its appearance. It is excellent antiseptic for wounds. It improves hair health. It fights respiratory problems.
Net Weight: 100ml
Rosemary oil from the Holy Monastery of St. Jacob Adelphotheos
Rosemary oil is an extremely useful oil for the human body. It is made of natural ingredients, with the care of the monks of the Holy Monastery of St. Jacob Adelphotheos. It combines many beneficial properties for humans that have visible results in a variety of situations.
Monastic Rosemary Oil: Properties
One of the basic properties of monastic rosemary oil is its anti-aging action. It calms and moisturizes the skin, improving its appearance immediately. Thanks to its antioxidant elements, it gives freshness, elasticity and glow to the epidermis.
It has strong soothing and anti-inflammatory properties. This is why it is widely used for massage for athletes with strained muscles or injuries. Massage with rosemary oil relieves arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and hemorrhoids.
The antiseptic and antibiotic action of the rosemary oil is very important. It can be used in wounds and abrasions. It prevents bacteria from entering the trauma that cause infections. It kills microorganisms, resulting in faster healing of the wounds without leaving a mark.
Monastic rosemary oil helps eliminate the bad breath caused by oral bacteria. It can also be used for inhalations to combat respiratory problems.
It, also, improves spiritual clarity. It calms tension and fights anxiety and depression. It offers energy to the body and raises mood. Its stimulating and rejuvenating properties improve blood circulation and strengthen the immune system.
Massage with rosemary oil in the abdomen fights diarrhea, constipation and relieves women of period pains.
Monastic Rosemary Oil for hair
Rosemary oil improves the general condition of dry and greasy hair. It can be used as a shampoo or added a few drops of it to the shampoo to clean the hair from the root to the edges.
Rosemary oil stimulates the nervous system so it should not be used by people suffering from hypertension or epilepsy. It should be avoided by pregnant women as well as by people with sensitive skin.
Origin: Holy Monastery of Saint Jacob Adelphotheos
Net Weight: 100ml