Aim: The purpose of this review paper is to elaborate many nano-formulations of Rosemary
which are used against many diseases and also explain the Pharmacological activity of phytocompounds
of Rosemary and detail about the applications and uses of Rosemary in many fields.
Objectives: Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) is a medicinal herbal plant; their leaves are used
in Europe, America, and Asia as a food additive. It is very valuable; its parts contain many chemical
constituents which are very effective against many diseases like diabetes, obesity, cancer, infections
and also have antioxidant, anti-inflammation, memory-improvement, etc. properties.
Results: In the literature reviewed, Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) has shown exciting potential
both as a natural food preservative and therapeutic agent. Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) essential
oil has been extensively studied due to its chemical composition and biological activities. The
extract of Rosemary also shows medicinal properties like anticancer, antimicrobial, antidiabetic, anti-
inflammatory, etc. From many studies, it was also found that nano-formulation of Rosemary had
been developed by using the Rosemary essential oil and its extract used in the diagnosis and treatment
of many diseases.
Conclusion: From the conventional times, therapeutic effects of Rosemary are seen, which is also
used in Modern Medicine nowadays. It had been used as food additives in conventional times. In renal
colic and dysmenorrhea, it is used as an antispasmodic to relieve respiratory disorders and to
boost hair development. CNS, cardiac and locomotive activity promote inhalation and oral administration
of Rosemary oil, suggesting the direct effect of one or more of its constituents. Rosemary
has curative potential in the therapy and avoidance of bronchial asthma, peptic ulcer, spasmodic disorders,
inflammatory illnesses, atherosclerosis, hepatotoxicity, cancer, ischemic heart illness, bad
sperm motility, Alzheimer, and may act as an antidepressant and anxiolytic properties.