Rosemary Leaves Dried For Hair Growth
Podhigai Herbs and Organic
Rosemary Leaves Dried

Rosemary Leaves Dried For Hair Growth

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Weight: 100gm
Product Code: Ros/Raw/PH/100
Packing  : Standard Pouch Packing 

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Discover the power of Rosemary Leaves Dried! Say goodbye to hair problems with this antioxidant-rich herbal remedy. Enhance growth and support your body.
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Various research investigations have shown that the employment of rosemary extract can hinder tumour advancement by obstructing the proliferation of malignant cells. A particular study demonstrated that whether used alone or combined with curcumin, rosemary displayed preventative characteristics against breast cancer. Similarly, another study showcased similar results concerning colon cancer cells, underscoring the encouraging impacts of this botanical treatment derived from organic sources.

Rosemary, scientifically known as Rosmarinus officinalis, is a popular culinary herb commonly utilized in Mediterranean cuisine for its distinct flavour profile. Additionally, it serves as a fragrant ingredient in various personal care products such as soaps and cosmetics. Throughout history, rosemary has been valued for its medicinal properties and traditionally employed in herbal and ayurvedic practices as a natural home remedy.

  • · Improve memory
  • · Relieve muscle pain and spasm
  • · Stimulate hair growth
  • · Support the circulatory and nervous systems

It is commonly held that this herbal remedy has the potential to enhance menstrual flow, induce abortion, promote urination, and alleviate indigestion. Limited scientific research has been conducted on these purported benefits in human subjects. Nevertheless, a study has shown that consistent consumption of rosemary over an extended period can prevent blood clot formation. This remedy is often associated with herbal medicine, Ayurveda, and natural home treatments.

Research conducted in the laboratory has demonstrated that rosemary possesses antioxidant qualities. These antioxidants, called free radicals, can counteract destructive particles within the body that can harm cell membranes, disrupt DNA, and potentially lead to cell death. Additionally, laboratory experiments indicate that rosemary oil exhibits antimicrobial properties by effectively eliminating certain bacteria and fungi in controlled environments. However, it remains uncertain whether these observed effects of rosemary would translate similarly in human subjects.

Health benefits of Rose marry leaves:


Rosemary leaf is used in Europe for indigestion (dyspepsia). 

Muscle and joint pain:

When administered topically on the skin, Rosemary oil is occasionally employed for alleviating muscle pain and arthritis while enhancing circulation. The German Commission E has endorsed its use for these specific applications. Nevertheless, there exists a lack of empirical evidence supporting its efficacy.


Throughout history, rosemary has been utilized for its hair growth-stimulating properties. A study involving a condition characterized by patchy hair loss found that those who regularly massaged their scalps with a blend of essential oils, including rosemary, lavender, thyme, and cedarwood, witnessed notable hair regrowth over 7 months. Conversely, participants who did not use the essential oils did not experience the same level of regrowth. It is important to note that the study's methodology was considered inadequate, making it inconclusive whether rosemary directly contributed to the observed hair growth.

Neutralize food-borne pathogens:

Multiple research studies have demonstrated that rosemary can suppress food-borne pathogens such as Listeria monocytogenes, B. cereus, and S. aureus.

Improve memory or concentration:

Rosemary is frequently employed in aromatherapy to enhance focus and cognitive function and alleviate stress. Research indicates that a blend of rosemary and other fragrant oils may have the potential to decrease cortisol levels and mitigate anxiety. Moreover, a separate study revealed that using lavender and rosemary essential oil pouches had a calming effect on graduate nursing students facing stress related to examinations.


Multiple research studies indicate that the use of rosemary extract has the potential to impede tumour progression by halting the replication of cancerous cells. One study observed that rosemary, both independently and in conjunction with curcumin, exhibited preventive properties against breast cancer. Another study reported comparable outcomes for colon cancer cells, highlighting the promising effects of this herbal remedy derived from natural herbs.

Procurement & Agriculture Method:

We have 90 wild and organic herbs. The other 10 herbs are grown organically, dried, and ground without chemicals or preservatives.

Our website's consumption details and benefits come from ancient Tamil books and Siddha records. Our Siddha Doctors Team has adjusted them. Please consult your doctor before using.

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