Wikipedia’s description of Rosemary is
Salvia rosmarinus, commonly known as rosemary,
needle-like leaves and white, pink, purple,
Until 2017, it was known by the scientific name Rosmarinus officinalis,
now a synonym.
In a long line of some of the most healthy herbs, this herb has and is being used today
in a variety of applications including medicinal, aromatic and as a food preservative.
Its been known and used as one of the best herbs for memory loss as well.
Some of the well known rosemary are as follows:
Braai Rosemary “Tuscany Blue
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Rosemary extracts shown in studies the value that this herb derives in being.
This plant is truly one of the great health benefits from herbs.
This herb belongs in the same family (Lamiaceae) with that of Sage and Thyme and they all
have similar antioxidant properties.
Rosemary extracts have been used in the treatment of common diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and its antiangiogenic progression.
Also, Rosemary extract has been already in use in parts of Europe as a natural preservative for food and beverage which assists in the necessity in the reduction of man-made (and unhealthy) preservatives.
This herb’s oil has been used in the preparation and storage including as a seasoning for food.
Rosemary oil studies have concluded the management or even cure effects in many other diseases
with inflammatory complications and even having a positive impact on diabetes.
With the advancement of further and recent studies rosemary will be more widely used than it has been
in the past. Its increased use will be all phases of study claims for medicinal, therapeutic, and as a natural preservative
and will always remain a green plant with health benefits of herbs especially in this herb family.
In summary and reminder this herb-along with any medications should be used in moderation-is a natural way to treat certain
ailments but should not be used in high doses especially if you’re pregnant.
Reference: NCBI Medicines (Basel). 2018 Sep; 5(3): 98.