Rosemary is also known as ‘Rosmarinus officinalis’ or ‘Rujamari’. It has 1,8-Cineole, Camphor , and Alpha-pinene which make it antioxidant. It is found in a dry, rocky area of the Mediterranean. It is famous and being used by the early Greeks and Romans. The Rosemary oil is produced by following the steam distillation process. The Rosemary oil appears to be light yellow to dull in color. In ancient times, rosemary was used to improve brain function, for hair growth and to increase circulation as well. In ancient times people used to use rosemary for easing stress. It stimulates hair growth, itchy scalps and fights dandruff. It rejuvenates and adds shine to the hair. It repels bugs as it has got a repellent smell. It has Alpha-pinene, Myrcene, 1,8-Cineole, Camphor, Camphene, Alpha-terpineol, Beta-pinene and Borneol which carries antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory properties. Rosemary tea is used for sore throats, head cold and to improve bad breath as well. Rosemary oil deeply hydrates skin and thus can be used in place of moisturizer, and also helps in curing sunburn. It treats eczema, dermatitis, maintains the balance of skin and prevents breakouts. It also enhances the skin quality, gives a radiant glow, tightens skin and also revives dull skin and gives a refreshed feel