Rosemary: One of the most useful of all herbs. Drought-tolerant, endures hot sun, but needs a very well-drained soil with lime. Seed germination is rather slow. Wonderful in almost any cooked dish, but especially on roasted meats and potatoes. A sprig or two in a bottle of olive oil or vinegar is an easy way to add savor to meals, and a fine gift. Aromatic leaves valued for potpourri, baths, herb wreaths. Medicinal: circulation, anti-aging, restorative, memory.
Rosemary is a perennial herb that grows upright into a profusion of fragrant needle leaves. It is used in cooking and bread, making fragrant oils and soaps. Rosemary is high in vitamin B6, iron, and calcium. Wrap a bunch and hang it to dry in your kitchen to liven up your cooking area. Rosemary is drought tolerant, loves full sun, and grows back vigorously after cutting. $3.49
Rosemary 4 oz. whole
Rosemary has many medicinal benefits as well and is known for being very good for improving the memory and circulation. It combines very well with lavender and is an effect treatment for restless leg syndrome and muscle cramps. Rosemary | Herbal Medicine | Natural Remedies www.theancientsage.com
How to Extract Oil From Rosemary | Hunker
How to Extract Oil From Rosemary In addition to being a celebrated savory seasoning, rosemary has a time-honored tradition of medicinal and therapeutic use. For centuries, it has been used to enhance memory, promote hair growth and relieve pain and tension. While none of its professed health benefits have been scientifically proven, studies confirm that rosemary is rich in antioxidants and contains natural anti-microbial properties.