Rosemary – Rosmarinus Officinalis

  • Culinary use

    No kitchen is without rosemary! This marvellous herb represents an indispensable food supplement in Mediterranean cuisine, providing taste and aroma to meat and fish dishes as well as sauces.

    Rosemary needles are normally used fresh so that their unmistakable aroma is not lost.

  • Medicinal use

    Rosemary offers several fields of application as a natural remedy.

    Mouth rinses with this medicinal herb are an efficient tool against toothache and massages are useful to relieve rheumatic pains and headaches.

    Rosemary poultices made from finely chopped leaves heated in oil are an excellent natural remedy for bruising and sprains.

    Rinsing your hair with rosemary needles is believed to stimulate the hair growth follicles and prevent premature baldness.

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