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Kitchen Medicine



Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)


This herb is a great restorative.
In times of excessive exertion or mental and physical stress it is a great pick ones up.
Rosemary increases local blood supply, especially to the head and peripheral nerves, which means more oxygen and nutrients.
The aromatic and bitter principles act beneficially on the stomach and liver.
Rosemary tea is useful for treating nerve pain, headaches and dizziness.
It is an old favorite remedy for enhancing memory (before Gingko biloba came along).
As a bath additive Rosemary tea is especially restorative and stimulating.
This tea should not be used internally during pregnancy.


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