Rosemary – Digestive – Expectorant | Monastic recipes
Rosemary is a fragrant herb native to the Mediterranean and it has many health benefits. This herb is also a good source of iron, calcium and vitamin B6.
Net Weight: 50 gr
Rosemary for the improvement of blood circulation
Rosemary is considered to improve the blood circulation towards the brain and it also improves the concentration. According to tradition rosemary took its name from Virgin Mary who left her cloak on the bush. After that the flowers of the bush became blue and the plant was called rosemary. It is worth mentioning that studies have been carried out for the properties of rosemary.
Rosemary was traditionally used to help alleviate muscle pain, improve memory, boost the immune and circulatory system and promote hair growth. It is considered to improve the blood circulation towards the brain and it also improves the concentration. This herb is a rich source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds which help boost the immune system and improve blood circulation. It is often used to help treat indigestion and has expectorant properties so it is recommended for common cold, cough and bronchitis.
It is enhancing memory and according to research rosemary can improve a person’s concentration, performance, speed and also mood. Scientists have found that rosemary might offer neurological protection which means it can be good for the brain. This is because it contains an ingredient called carnosic acid, which can fight off damage by free radicals. Also it can promote eye health.
Add a tablespoon of the herb in a pot and then put inside boiled water. Leave it for about five – ten minutes and then strain it. If you want to add a bit of sweetness to your tea, try adding a small spoonful of honey.
Net Weight: 50 gr