Rosemary Leaf : Rosmarinus Officinalis




Rosemary is a zesty and bold herb with an uplifting, camphor-like aroma. Ii

 has a long history of use in traditional Western herbalism for its beneficial properties, including supporting overall cognitive health. Additionally, rosemary has been used as a support for the daily functioning of the digestive system, or beneficial for colds, and flu. Can be used as a stimulating drink to help fatigue or headaches.

The herb can be steeped as an herbaceous rosemary tea, macerated as rosemary extract, or incorporated into homemade bath and body projects. It is especially wonderful in hair care creations.

Relating to its traditional uses in herbalism, rosemary is considered an herb of remembrance in many cultures. It has historically been involved in funeral rites as well as marriage ceremonies and is a symbol for fertility, relationships, and loyalty. In ancient Greece, wreaths of rosemary were worn during scholastic exams and were thought to aid in memory recall. Legend has it that rosemary was one of the herbs included in the herbal blend used by thieves in the Middle Ages during the time of the plague without getting sick. 


No known precautions. We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.



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