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Rosemary was one of the first herbs used for medicine, food and religious rituals, and it is still used today to ease the symptoms of many different ailments.Rosemary essential oil is used by aromatherapists for stimulating the memory; overcoming mental fatigue and sluggishness; aiding alertness and concentration; easing depression; managing stress and overcoming stress-related disorders and nervous exhaustion; easing the pain of migraines and tension headaches; raising blood pressure; relieving the pain and swelling of arthritis, muscle spasms, and sprains; soothing the itching of psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis; easing asthma, bronchitis, colds and sinusitis; and treating acne. CAUTION: Do not use rosemary essential oil if you have high blood pressure, as it can raise your blood pressure even higher. It should not be used if you have a seizure disorder, since it can cause seizures in susceptible individuals. Never use rosemary essential oil without diluting it in a carrier of some type, it can cause severe skin irritation if used full-strength, and even diluted it can cause irritation on sensitive skin.
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