7 Things You Can Do If You Have Rosemary at Home

Rosemary is one of the  most used aromatic plants in cooking  . It is used to enrich the flavor of dishes based especially on meat or fish, and it is not difficult to grow it at home to always have it available.

But rosemary is also a wonderful  therapeutic plant  , used for millennia to improve health thanks to its wonderful healing properties.

We list below  7 uses of rosemary  which, as unusual as they may seem to us, are really effective and can replace even very expensive products and treatments.

White hair

Rosemary is able to darken hair color, hide gray or white hair.

To take advantage of this special property, add about 15 drops of rosemary essential oil to your usual shampoo. In addition to strengthening hair, rosemary will make it darker.

If you want to use rosemary sprigs directly, you can also prepare an infusion by cooking them for a few minutes. Allow to cool and use to rinse hair.

Greasy hair

If your problem is too oily hair, rosemary can also be of great help in this case.

Rosemary helps regulate excess sebum in the scalp, preventing irritation of the scalp and even promoting hair regrowth.

Cook 300 grams of fresh rosemary in 500 ml of boiling water over low heat for about 20 minutes.

Remove from heat and add 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, mixing well.

Once cooled, apply the rosemary water to your entire hair, from scalp to ends, and leave for 20 minutes before rinsing and combing.

Rosemary has an anti-inflammatory and astringent action which will help fight against oily hair.

Against mosquitoes

The rosemary plant is excellent for repelling mosquitoes, our grandmothers knew this very well. Having a rosemary plant can go a long way