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Rosemary (organic)



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Product Description

Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis

Plant Family: Lamiaceae (mint family)

Botanical Description:
Rosmarinus officinalis, commonly known as rosemary, is a perennial evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean region. It belongs to the Lamiaceae family, which includes other aromatic herbs such as mint, basil, and lavender. Rosemary typically grows up to 1-2 meters tall and has woody stems with needle-like leaves that are dark green on top and silvery-white underneath. The leaves are arranged oppositely on the stem and have a distinct pine-like fragrance when crushed. Rosemary produces small, pale blue to white flowers that bloom in clusters during the spring and summer months.

Rosemary has a long history of culinary and medicinal use, dating back thousands of years to ancient civilizations such as the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians. It has been prized for its aromatic properties, culinary versatility, and potential health benefits. It is commonly used both internally and externally to support various aspects of health and well-being.

Rosemary Tea: Prepare rosemary tea by steeping fresh or dried rosemary leaves in hot water for 5-10 minutes. Strain the tea and drink as needed. Rosemary tea can be sweetened with honey or flavored with lemon if desired.
Rosemary Infusion For Skin And Hair: Prepare a rosemary infusion by soaking fresh or dried rosemary leaves in cold water overnight. Strain the infusion and use as a hair rinse or facial toner.
Rosemary Essential Oil: Rosemary essential oil is extracted from the leaves of the rosemary plant and used topically for its aromatic and therapeutic properties. It can be diluted with a carrier oil and applied to the skin as a massage oil or added to bathwater for relaxation. Rosemary essential oil can also be diffused in the air using a steam diffuser.

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