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1- What is the origin of the rosemary plant?

2- What are the active ingredients in rosemary?

3_ Benefits of rosemary for pregnant women

4- Precautions for using rosemary during pregnancy

5- Benefits of rosemary at birth

6- Benefits of rosemary for the general health of women


Benefits of rosemary herb







The benefits of medicinal herbal plants are numerous, and questions abound about their benefits that science is discovering day after day in search of a return to nature in treatment, and among these plants is what is known as "rosemary". The name of this plant has been circulated for pregnant women and women in general, so what is its origin and benefits? Use it?


All you want to know about the rosemary plant is provided to you by nutritionist Dr. Alia Mawasi as follows, so follow us.


1- What is the origin of the rosemary plant?


Rosemary plant is native to the Mediterranean basin, where it grows naturally in southern Europe on dry rocky hills, as it is one of the plants that grows in dry weather and tolerates scarcity of water.

It also grows in the west and southwest of the Arabian Peninsula, and it grows in many countries of the world.

He is known by several names, including Rose Mari, Hesi frankincense, and Arab hashish, as well as Azeer in the Berber language.

I found images of its leaves in ancient Pharaonic temples due to its great benefits


2- What are the active ingredients in rosemary?


The stem and leaves of it contain active substances, which are volatile oils such as (camphine, camphor, and cineole), so its leaves smell like the camphor plant.

It also contains tannins, rosmarinic and tannin acids, and flavonoids.

The papers can be used externally and internally.


3_ Benefits of rosemary for pregnant women

A pregnant rosemary plant benefits in the last months and the second trimester of pregnancy, as smelling the scent of the leaves modifies her mood.

Used to treat joint and muscle pain when pregnant and drunk as boiled.

It helps in treating dizziness and nausea in the first months, but with caution.

Rosemary contains vitamin B, which is important for the health of the fetus in the first months.

It contains vitamin C, which is important for the bones of a pregnant woman.

It contains vitamin A, which is important for the safety of the pregnant woman's eyesight, as well as her fetus.


4- Precautions for using rosemary during pregnancy


Pregnant women should not overdo the rosemary herb.

 Because it may lead to contractions of the uterus, and may lead to a miscarriage.

There are studies and research indicating that it leads to the breakage of the uterine wall, and thus the elimination of pregnancy.

It is also considered a diuretic, and therefore it is irritating in the last month because the fetus puts pressure on the bladder and the pregnant woman suffers from frequent urination.


5- Benefits of rosemary after childbirth

Rosemary when taken as an herbal tea reduces birth defects in fetuses.

After birth, the fetus is calm and does not cry much.

It is also useful when laboring to facilitate childbirth.


6- Benefits of rosemary for the general health of women


Rosemary is considered one of the herbs that are beneficial to the general health of women, as it benefits hair and skin.

It is also useful in treating headaches and migraines

And given with caution in patients with high blood pressure.

It is useful as a vaginal wash that treats fungal infections and vaginal secretions.

In terms of its usefulness for hair, it is useful for moisturizing the hair and adding shine to it.

It is considered a hair freshener and prevents hair loss.

The rosemary lotion benefits the eczema that affects women due to the excessive amount of detergents.


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