Rosemary is an evergreen shrub, with aromatic leaves, dark green on the topside and white underneath. It's flowers are small and colored pale blue. This herb is grown extensively in many gardens across the world.
Rosemary can be used as an anti-inflammatory and also as a tonic for dogs and humans. These are two functions that are normally believed to be its common activities. Rosemary has several components mixed together, which bestow the herb its properties of healing, and some of these are the rosmarinic, apigenin, and ursolic acids.
The ingredient diosmetin is acknowledged to help in strengthening and fortifying the capillaries, and this attribute can be extremely useful for the cardiovascular system, where rosemary is frequently used to improve circulation and raise low blood pressure.
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is also well-known as an excellent skin tonic.
Natural dog remedies containing Rosemary
Keeps ear canals clear and free of blockages, soothes and conditions ear passages to prevent itching and scratching and treats bad smells from your dog's ears.
Energy Tonic supports healthy energy levels in dogs, including older pets and supports blood circulation and oxygen flow throughout the body.
Eye-Heal keeps eyes shiny and bright, maintains the health of the conjunctiva and acts as a general tonic for the eyes.