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Rosemary Extract Powder

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Rosemary Extract Powder

Key Features

  • Cognitive health
  • Source of vitamins & minerals
  • Immune & circulatory health
  • Taste

  • Mixability

Not just used as a culinary herb, pure Rosemary extract powder can be used for a number of benefits, including promoting circulatory and immune health. Supplementation may also support hair growth and assist with memory function.

Directions

Serving Size & Timing

The suggested serving size for Rosemary Extract is 500 mg to be taken once or twice daily, or as directed by a physician.

As with all supplements meant to promote a general well-being, it is important to note that a supplement such as this is by no means a substitute for legitimate medical advice. It is always best to talk to a doctor if you are experiencing problems with your health before taking a course.

Nutritional Information

Supplement Facts

Serving size: 500 mg
Serving per container: *
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value**
Rosemary Extract (Rosmarinus officinalis) (aerial part)... 500mg *
* Daily Value not established.
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet

None

Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, gluten, corn and additives.

As a dietary supplement, take 500 mg (scant 1/4 tsp) once or twice daily, or as directed by physician.

US Standard Measuring Spoons
Spoon Size(level) milligrams
1/4 teaspoon 715
1/2 teaspoon 1430
1 teaspoon 2860

INGREDIENTS & FURTHER INFORMATION

CONCENTRATION OF ROSEMARY

There are no fillers of any kind present in this solution.

ROSEMARY SIDE EFFECTS

Do not use this supplement if you experience an allergic reaction to aspirin or suffer from seizures. Provided suggested serving sizes are adhered to, this supplement should be safe to take by healthy adults. However, pregnant women and those who are nursing should not take this product.

Customer Reviews

Rosemary Extract 5:1
The following is a list of clinical trials, most double-blinded and placebo-controlled, recorded at the National Medical Library, MEDLINE, as abstracted by GreenMedInfo for Rosemary.

1. Short-term study on the effects of of dried rosemary leaf powder on cognitive function in an elderly population: "There was a biphasic dose-dependent effect in measures of speed of memory: the lowest dose (750 mg) of rosemary had a statistically significant beneficial effect compared with placebo (P=.01), whereas the highest dose (6,000 mg) had a significant impairing effect (P<.01). The positive effect of the dose nearest normal culinary consumption points to the value of further work on effects of low doses over the longer term."
2. 40 arthritic patients divided into 2 groups, one was treated with an essential oil blend [lavender, marjoram, eucalyptus, rosemary, and peppermint] which decreased pain and depression levels.
3. A combination of artichoke leaf, dandelion root, turmeric root and rosemary essential oil has therapeutic actions in relieving symptoms in functional dyspepsia.
4. A combination of rosemary and grapefruit polyphenols have photoprotective and anti-ageing effects.
5. A spray containing eucalyptus, peppermint, oregano and rosemary improves symptoms of upper respiratory infection.
6. Aromatherapy with rosemary, lemon and peppermint helps relieve constipation in the elderly.
7. Green tea and rosemary added to foods reduces non-heme iron absorption.
8. Intratracheal administration of rosemary extract may prevent lung inflammation induced by diesel exhaust particles.
9. Lavender and rosemary enhance free radical scavenging activity and decrease the stress hormone, cortisol, which protects the body from oxidative stress.
10. Rosemary and lavender have significant and therapeutic effects on mood, EEG patterns, alertness and math computations.
11. Rosemary and lavender modulate mood and cognitive performance in healthy adults.
12. The use of infused Rosmarinus for two months resulted in a reduction in stress, signs of fatigue, and occupational burnout.
13. An extract of Rosmarinus officinalis L. was able to efficiently reduce the proliferation of the human melanoma A375 cells.
14. Curcumin and rosemary have anti-Alzheimer's activity.
15. Dried rosemary leaves are effective in treating streptococcosis infection in tilapia without the development of resistance.
16. Extracts from spearmint and rosemary have beneficial effects on learning and memory and brain tissue markers of oxidation.
17. Extracts of R. officinalis and rosmarinic acid through modulating neuroinflammation might be potential candidates in treating neuropathic pain.
18. Long-term intake of rosemary and common thyme herbs inhibits experimental thrombosis without prolongation of bleeding time.
19. Rosmarinic acid, a major constituent of rosemary, has antifibrotic effects on experimental liver fibrosis.
20. Rosemary and its constituents carnosol and ursolic acid inhibit skin cancer formation.
21. Rosemary appears to have low acute toxicity in the animal model.
22. Rosemary attenuates radiation-induced intestinal injury in mice.
23. Rosemary attenuates radiation-induced toxicity.
24. Rosemary exhibits antidepressant action probably through the monoaminergic system.
25. Rosemary extract diminishes morphine withdrawal syndrome in mice.
26. Rosemary extract has significant anti-diabetic activity in type 1 diabetic rats.
27. Rosemary extract reduces weight gain induced by a high-fat diet and protects against obesity-related liver steatosis in mice.
28. Rosemary extract supplementation significantly reduced body weight gain, percent of fat, plasma ALT, AST, glucose, insulin levels, liver weight, liver triglyceride, and free fatty acid levels.
29. Rosemary has radioprotective properties against lethal effects of gamma radiation.
30. Rosemary leaves enhance the metabolism of endogenous estrogens and decreases their uterotrophic effect in mice.
31. Rosemary may have therapeutic value in the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia.
32. Rosemary may have therapeutic value in the treatment of liver cirrhosis.
33. Rosemary oil exhibits anti-nociceptive (pain-killing) activity.
34. Rosemary possesses topical anti-inflammatory potency similar to that of indomethacin.
35. Rosemary prevents diet-induced obesity and perhaps metabolic syndrome in rats.
36. Rosemary tea administration exerts anxiolytic and antidepressant effects on mice and inhibits ChE activity.
37. Rosmanol, cirsimaritin and salvigenin elicited antinociceptive, antidepressant and anxiolytic activities.
38. Rosmarinic acid has therapeutic value in motor dysfunction and life span in a mouse model of familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
39. Vitamin C and rosemary leaf extract showed ameliorative potential to reduce tissue accumulation of cadmium and associated oxidative stress.
40. Vitamin D3 and rosemary have a cooperative antitumor effect in a mouse model of myeloid leukemia.
41. A water-soluble extract of rosemary protects human skin cells against UV-induced damage.
42. Basil, clove, garlic, horseradish, marjoram, oregano, rosemary, and thyme exhibit antimicrobial activity against Vibrio parahaemolyticus.
43. Carnosic acid and carnosol-enriched rosemary extracts have anti-proliferative activity on colon cancer cells.
44. Carnosic acid induced apoptosis in HCT116 cells via generation of ROS, induction of p53, activation of caspases, and inhibition of STAT3 signaling pathway.
45. Carnosic acid, a component found within Rosemary, inhibits HIV-1 protease.
46. Carnosic acid, a compound within Rosemary, stimulates nerve growth factor in human glioblastoma cells.
47. Carnosic acid, found within rosemary, has a protective effect against oxidative stress in neuronal cells.
48. Clove and rosemary essential oils demonstrate antimicrobial activity against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria and fungi.
49. Extracts from herb species [thyme, rosemary, sage, spearmint and peppermint] can significantly inhibit the growth of human colon cancer cells.
50. Extracts from plants in the Lamiaceae [lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), peppermint (Mentha x piperita), prunella (Prunella vulgaris), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), sage (Salvia officinalis) and thyme (Thymus vulgaris)] family inhibit HSV-1, HSV-2 and acyclovir-resistant strains of HSV-1.
51. Green tea and rosemary leaf powders have antibacterial activity against foodborne pathogens.
52. Peppermint and rosemary extract are superior to the chemical chlorhexidine in preventing dental biofilm formation.
53. Propolis, rosemary, pine bark and echinacea protect against peroxynitrite toxicity.
54. Reversal effect of rosmarinic acid on multidrug resistance in gastric cancer cells.
55. Rosemary components inhibit benzo[a]pyrene-induced genotoxicity in human bronchial cells.
56. Rosemary contains the compound carnosol with exhibits anti-HIV activity at a concentration that is not cytotoxic.
57. Rosemary essential oil is antibacterial against acne-causing propionibacterium.
58. Rosemary exhibits anti-ulcer activity.
59. Rosemary exhibits antimutagenic and liver-protecting properties.
60. Rosemary extract could be used as a new preventive and therapeutic food ingredient or dietary supplement for inflammatory bowel disease.
61. Rosemary extract exhibits synergistic activity with Cipro against Klebsiella Infection.
62. Rosemary extract inhibited the proliferation of ovarian cancer cell lines by affecting the cell cycle at multiple phases and induced apoptosis.
63. Rosemary has a wide range of therapeutic potentials.
64. Rosemary has activity against drug-resistant bacterial and fungal pathogens.
65. Rosemary has antimicrobial and antioxidant activity.
66. Rosemary has radioprotective and anti-mutagenic effects against chromosomal damage induced in human lymphocytes by gamma-rays.
67. Rosemary is a potential therapeutic plant in metabolic syndrome.
68. Rosemary is capable of inhibiting the growth of melanoma cell lines.
69. Rosemary is spasmolytic, is an adrenergic receptor agonist and improves local blood circulation and alleviates pain.
70. Rosemary protects dopaminergic neuronal cells.
71. Rosemary/carnosic acid, alone or combined with curcumin, may be useful to prevent and treat ER-negative breast cancer.
72. Rosmarinic acid and carnosic acid could prevent the formation of advanced glycation end-products in vitro.
73. Rosmarinic acid encourages cell death in human leukemia cells.
74. Rosmarinic acid has protective properties against UV and other ionizing radiations.
75. Supercritical (CO2-extracted) rosemary leaves exhibit anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor activity.
76. Tea, rosemary and turmeric inhibit inflammation.
77. The essential oils of Lavender and Rosemary reduce test-taking anxiety among graduate nursing students.
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