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My Uses for Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary is certainly one of my favorite oils. Before I tell you my uses, let me tell you a bit about Rosemary herb and essential oil. Rosemary Rosmarinus officianalis herb was most common in the South of France (Provence), Italy, Spain, Tunisia and Dalmatia. At one time, it’s main use was in cooking, infusions into vegetable oils and later, essential oil, which was obtained by steam distillation. The main constituents or chemical components within Rosemary, depending on the chemotype, are pinene, camphene, cineole, borneals, camphors. (1) There are different chemotypes of Rosemary essential oil. The chemotype of the oil is determined by the components within an oil and for Rosemary, the

Lymphatic System-Staying Healthy

Circulatory System When we review the Lymphatic System, we first need to look at the Circulatory System and how it relates to the Lymphatic system. The body’s circulatory system is made of an intricate weave of blood vessels that transport blood throughout the body which is pumped through this system by the heart. The circulatory system delivers the blood throughout the body. So that we don’t leave out the red blood cells, they pick up oxygen and drop off carbon dioxide at the lungs. Blood is made up of plasma and formed elements. The plasma moves out of the capillaries and into the tissues. The circulatory system works in both directions, up and down. Interstitial Fluid Once out of the

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