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  1. Rosemary Extract (XXI Formula)
    Soria Natural

    Rosemary Extract (XXI Formula)

    50 ml
    €9.00 Msrp Price €12.03 As low as €8.55
  2. Rosemary Essential Oil

    Rosemary Essential Oil

    15 ml of essential oil
    €5.72 Msrp Price €6.10 As low as €5.55
  3. Rosemary
    Maese Herbario


    40 g
    €1.63 Msrp Price €2.03 As low as €1.56
  4. Organic Rosemary Infusion
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    Bio Conseils

    Organic Rosemary Infusion

    20 infusion bags of 1.6g
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Easy to find throughout the Mediterranean area, rosemary is a plant perfectly adapted to the most impoverished soils, which grows especially on the slopes of the mountains. It blooms twice a year, in spring and fall. However, although the flowers also have applications in natural medicine, it is the rosemary leaves that have a higher content of active ingredients, which have made this aromatic plant an essential ingredient in traditional pharmacy.

Rosemary properties

The aromatic qualities of rosemary make it used in some recipes, although it also has numerous applications in herbal medicine. The composition of rosemary includes cineole, rosmaricin, flavonoids, tannins and other active plant ingredients.

Among the most well-known properties of rosemary is its proven ability to stimulate circulation and relieve joint pain. Taking rosemary is also beneficial for the digestive system, relieves headaches and improves concentration.

In addition, rosemary is used as an ingredient in hair loss treatments and to cure dermatitis, rashes and other skin disorders.

Ways to take rosemary

There are different ways of taking rosemary depending on the benefits we are looking for. We can prepare an infusion of rosemary from the dried leaves and flowers of this plant; use rosemary essential oil to dilute; use rosemary alcohol for rubbing ; or use rosemary water as a skin and hair treatment.

Being a natural remedy used for a long time, the contraindications of rosemary are minimal and are very well studied. Its active principles are not considered toxic, although it is not recommended for pregnant women, infants or children, or for people with gastrointestinal diseases, since excessive consumption can cause side effects of rosemary such as abdominal pain, vomiting and insomnia.

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