A “magical” aromatic herb exists in the kitchen shelves of many households or planted in pots, which promises significant health benefits if consumed on a regular basis.
Rosemary or ‘aposplinos as the ancient Greeks called it, has found wide application over the centuries in the traditional medicine of cultures and peoples.
The ancient Greeks placed it as a crown on their heads to enhance memory, the first Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire Charlemagne required it to be grown in the royal gardens and it was a main ingredient of Napoleon Bonaparte’s cologne, which also had antiseptic properties.
The use of the aromatic herb was also intended to treat gastrointestinal and neurological disorders, strengthening the immune system, relieving stress and supplying the body with numerous nutrients including
Rosemary Health Benefits
Useful Tips To Keep In Mind
You can include rosemary in your diet as an herb in food, in your fresh lemonade or boil it and consume it as a decoction. Then, you can utilize rosemary essential oil for aromatherapy or spreading and massage.
However, care is needed. Overconsumption can have undesirable effects such as vomiting and convulsions. It is not recommended for regular consumption by pregnant and breastfeeding women, people allergic to aspirin and sufferers of haematological diseases, seizures or hypertension.
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