Charming Rosemary is the perfect healthy herb that you must have in your kitchen. This plant is one of the world’s well known plants that enrich our health with phytonutrients, antioxidants and essential acids.

Despite the culinary and medicinal benefits, decorative uses of the leaves and the flowers, rosemary plant has many positive effects. Hundreds years ago, the leaves are used as a traditional remedy with an intense smell of cineol, camphor and spicy bitter taste. This herb is used for flavoring and marinating meat and vegetables.

Health benefits

Rosemary herb is good for metabolism, especially the yolk, so it makes the heavy and greasy food better for digestion and avoids flatulence in the body. It is rich with Vitamins C, A, pyridoxine, pantothenic and folic acids and other healing ingredients.

Rosemary essential oil is added to medicinal ointments against rheumatism, sciatica, neuralgia, and cold. It also burn the cellulite especially located on the buttocks, abdomen, hips and thighs. It is useful for treatment of pain in the stomach and intestines.


It increases blood flow to the brain and protects it from free radicals, stimulates the immune system, increases alertness, improves digestion of food, brain function and concentration while leading to more effective multitasking, stimulates hair growth and regeneration.

Rosemary essential oil

Essential oil of rosemary stimulates proper secretion of bile and maintains its density. It is used as a natural remedy for chronic inflammation of the gallbladder for gallstones and for a liver disease – hepatitis, cirrhosis, etc.

Rosemary plant helps in the excretion of urine and in the retention of excess fluid in the body which also represent an excellent natural diuretic that is often recommended for people who have swelling. This natural “scavenger” improves the function of the kidneys and help in excretion of toxins from the body.

Rosemary stimulates the heart, improves circulation, normalizes low blood pressure and is an excellent tonic for the heart.

Fresh or dried rosemary is used in Mediterranean cuisine and is part of the preparation of many recipes. The herb is used in salads, soups, baked vegetables and meat recipes. Rosemary tea is a popular drink in the Mediterranean region.

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