Scientists from Indiana University discover that a chemical compound in essential oils improves the healing process in mice when applied topically
Beta-carophyllene, found in rosemary, can speed up wound healing
Essential oils could play a role in the recovery of skin wounds and reduced scar formation in the future, following the findings of new research from Indiana University.
Researchers discovered that essential oils applied to skin wounds . . .
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