Methyl rosmarinate is methyl ester found in rosemary.
Links to Plants Containing Methyl Rosemarinate
The listings of research below represents a compilation of scientific articles found on the topic, with a very brief overview description of each article/study. This compilation of research articles does not necessarily imply that there are adequate results to demonstrate safe and/or effective human use of any herb listed.
- Hyptis atrorubens (bushmint), and its constituents: methyl rosmarinate and rosmarinic acid demonstrated bactericidal power. From: Abedini, A., Roumy, V., Mahieux, S., Biabiany, M., Standaert-Vitse, A., Rivière, C., … & Hennebelle, T. (2013). Rosmarinic acid and its methyl ester as antimicrobial components of the hydromethanolic extract of Hyptis atrorubens Poit.(Lamiaceae). Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2013. Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/604536
- Methyl rosmarinate from Rabdosia serra demonstrated hypoglycaemic and skin-whitening capacity. From: Lin, L., Dong, Y., Zhao, H., Wen, L., Yang, B., & Zhao, M. (2011). Comparative evaluation of rosmarinic acid, methyl rosmarinate and pedalitin isolated from Rabdosia serra (MAXIM.) HARA as inhibitors of tyrosinase and α-glucosidase. Food chemistry, 129(3), 884-889.
By: Kathy Sadowski