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Rosemary

This plant is a well known herb in the kitchen from a long time ago, and is an amiable herb for the cooking chef. Its botanical name is Rosmarinus officinalis. Its common name is rosemary, Rosemarine, incensier and garden rosemary. Its arabic name is Ikleel al-Jabal, Iklil al-Jabal. Its Egyptian name is Hassa El Baan.
 

 

Uses


Medicinal uses.

Rosemary has long been known for its therapuetic powers. By placing a sprig under the pillow of a sleeper who suffers from nightmares rosemary can produce a miracle cure. Both rosemary oil and rosemary tea have many uses and the herb makes an excellent skin tonic and astringent as well as a hair conditioner, not to mention a delicious flavoring in food.

Rosemary is thus used in aromatic, cosmetic, craft, culinary, medicinal and ornamental purposes.


Medicinal uses

It has antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, spasmolytic, antioxidant, smooth muscle modulating, analgesic, venotonic, as well as anti-inflammatory properties.

Rosemary is a tonic, astringent, restorative herb that relaxes spasm and increases the rate of perspiration, while stimulating the liver and gall bladder. It improves digestion and circulation and controls pathogenic organisms. Rosemary is used in connection with pain, neuralgia, mild spasms, wounds, eczema, muscle pain, sciatica, rheumatism and depression as well as parasites. Rosemary is an antidote to mental fatigue and forgetfulness. A tea made from the herb is a good natural remedy for bringing added mental agility. It is believed that if the crushed leaves of rosemary are inhaled with the eyes closed, the mind becomes clear as the vapour courses through the brain cells.


Uses

Rosemary has long been known for its therapuetic powers. By placing a sprig under the pillow of a sleeper who suffers from nightmares rosemary can produce a miracle cure. Both rosemary oil and rosemary tea have many uses and the herb makes an excellent skin tonic and astringent as well as a hair conditioner, not to mention a delicious flavoring in food.

Rosemary is thus used in aromatic, cosmetic, craft, culinary, medicinal and ornamental purposes

 

 

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