Rosemary | Iviron Monastery – Mount Athos
Athonite rosemary is collected and packed by the monks of Mount Athos from the blessed land of Athos. It will give great flavor and taste in your food while impressing you with its antioxidant properties and tonic action in your body.
Net Weight: 50g
Athonite rosemary from the slopes of Athos
Rosemary is a genuine natural Athonite product. It is collected and packed by the monks at Mount Athos from the slopes of Mount Athos.
With knowledge and passion, the monks in the Holy Cell of the Divine Ascension of the Holy Monastery of Iviron are systematically engaged in aromatic plants. They collect them carefully and pack them so that all people can taste their qualities.
Athonite rosemary: Uses
Athonite rosemary can be used in cooking, either fresh or dried, for flavoring fish and meat, especially lamb and pork. It can also be used to give flavor to feta as well as to smoke meat. It is also used in various preservatives.
Athonite rosemary: Beneficial properties
Rosemary from Mount Athos has strong stimulating action. It helps to stimulate blood circulation, especially to the brain, and to improve concentration and memory.
It also has important antioxidant properties, thanks to the flavonoids it contains, which stimulate the immune system. It also has anti-inflammatory action.
Athonite rosemary helps in many diseases such as liver congestion and gallbladder inflammation, headaches and migraines. It is expectorant and helps in cough, asthma, bronchitis and flu, but also in overwork and weakness.
It is considered to be anti-bacterial, anti-rheumatic, tonic of heart and vision but also acts against diabetes while raising the mood. In addition, it strengthens blood circulation to the scalp, thus enhancing the growth of hair growth.
Consumption of rosemary is not recommended during pregnancy as well as by persons suffering from hypertension and epilepsy. Rosemary is a valuable herb, but overexploitation causes unwanted effects such as dizziness and convulsions.
Origin: Holly Cell of Divine Ascension, H. M. of Iviron
Net Weight: 50g