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In Ancient Greece, ros maris used to be a flower dedicated for the goddess Aphrodite. Nowadays, this plant is called rosemary and still very popular among mortals.

Recent research, suggests that rosemary prevents aging effects and it is widely known for its antioxidants. It has flavonoids, this compound improves blood flow to all tissues, strengthens the blood vessels walls, and improves circulation. It can be used to treat migrain, to improve memory, and to prevent hair loss.

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It has a positively impact on the digestive system and people use to treat constipation with it, stomach cramps, indigestion, and malfunctions in the intestine. Recent studies have shown that rosemary extract promotes the secretion of bile, a crucial element in the digestion of fats.

Additionally, it also fights fatigue and provides relief of muscle pain, rheumatism, and sciatica. For external use, you can dilute the rosemary oil with neutral oil like sunflower oil and apply it onto the affected area. By adding rosemary tea into a bath you can relieve rheumatism.

Rosemary blooms twice in a year, first in April and the second time in September. It can grow 1 to 3 meters high. They advise to plant it in warm areas, partially sandy soil, and kept from strong wind. Make sure you protect it from low temperatures during winter.

Uses of Rosemary


Rosemary tincture alleviates helps to treat rheumatism. To prepare tincture, pour 20 grams of rosemary into 100 ml of alcohol and let it sit for 10 days before straining it. You can consume 15-20 drops in a glass of water or use it externally for circulation issues and rheumatism

Rosemary tea is especially helpful for treating headaches. You can use both flowers and leaves to make rosemary tea, which is good for treating colds, stress, stomach cramps, and migraine. To make tea, place a teaspoon of fresh/dried leaves into boiling water and let it sit for 15 minutes. Drink two cups on a daily basis and don’t consume it before going to bed.

Rosemary wine promotes proper blood pressure. To prepare rosemary wine, pour 2 tablespoons of rosemary leaves and flowers into a liter of white wine, and let it sit for 6 days in a row before straining it. Drink a brandy cup of it on a fast, to improve blood vessels health, promote urination, calm the heart, and alleviate inflamed joints, rheumatism, and gout