Rosemary Herbal Oil
This adaptable oil has numerous uses; as a rub for arthritis, pain, and gout. It can also be used to treat scalp issues such as dandruff and other irritations. To use a hot oil treatment for damaged hair: Warm the oil carefully, and then tenderly rub a little bit into the scalp and hair, wrap a towel around your head, and leave on for at least one hour.
• 8 oz. of Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
• 1/2 cup of fresh Rosemary
The best system for making Rosemary oil is to utilize a slow cooker; however, you can also prepare the oil using your stovetop as well.
Unless you are unsure as to whether or not the plant from which you picked the Rosemary was treated with any pesticides, it is best not to wash the Rosemary. At the same time, on the off chance that you do wash the sprig of Rosemary, make certain that it completely dry before using it to make the oil.
It is not important to strip the leaves from the rosemary plant; instead, you should delicately squash the sprigs by tenderly rubbing them between your clean hands. This starts to discharge the grand aroma of the herb.
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