Rosemary is a Mediterranean herb that prevents hearing loss due to the presence of rosmarinic acid and carnosic acid. It means that consuming rosemary will instantly serve as an active way to fight age-related deafness. It supports and strengthens blood vessels and boost circulation. Rosemary oil is antibacterial and antiviral that is useful in eliminating ear or sinus blockages. Mainly those caused due to inflammation or infection. It’s an excellent essential for ear congestion, clogged ears, and earaches. It also helps you to get rid of excess mucus and wax by making them more fluid.
1. Rosemary Oil
You Will Need:
- 3 drops Rosemary
- 1 ounce Carrier oil
- 10 drops Helichrysum
- 15 drops Sweet Marjoram
- Blend all the ingredients well.
- Apply the solution to the ear.
- Use it once or twice a day.
2. Rosemary + Black Pepper
- Mix these oil with a carrier oil and use it as ahead massage
or add the oils to steam inhalation.
3. Eucalyptus + Rosemary
For clogged ears, use this potent blend.
- Pour few drops of eucalyptus oil in your ear canal.
- After a few minutes, add rosemary oil drops.
- Or you can mix these two oils with a carrier oil and apply it on the affected ears.
4. DIY Rosemary Oil Cream
Use this cream for an ear infection.
You Will Need:
- 4 drops rosemary oil
- 4 drops lemon oil
- Frying pan
- 4 tbsp shea butter
- 4 drops peppermint oil
- 4 drops eucalyptus oil
- 4 oz container
- Boil shea butter in a container and leave it to cool down for 1 minute.
- Now add essential oils with the spoon’s back.
- Leave the blend for nearly 1 hour or put it in the fridge.
- Rub the solution over your troubled ear for around 2 minutes.
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The Therapeutic Potential of Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) Diterpenes for Alzheimer’s Disease. URL link.
Natural compounds against Alzheimer’s disease: molecular recognition of Aβ1-42 peptide by Salvia sclareoides extract and its major component, rosmarinic acid, as investigated by NMR. URL link.
Neuroprotective Effects of Carnosic Acid in an Experimental Model of Alzheimer’s Disease in Rats. URL link.