Rosemary – Medicinal and Culinary

September 24, 2009 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

rosemaryGRASONVILLE, MD – Thursday morningRosemary is for remembrance and that is exactly what rosemary is good for in herbal medicine. Rosemary has such an invigorating scent that perks up you and your brain! Rosemary is easy to grow in warm climates but more challenging in cold climates. Rosemary, of course, is a wonderful culinary herb that is used in many meat, fish and poultry recipes and I love to make rosemary potatoes as they are simply delicious. Rosemary can also be added to soups and stews so be sure you have lots of rosemary in your spice cupboard. Medicinally, rosemary really shines as it is so great for improving circulation, helps digestion, eases muscle aches and pains, stimulates the flow of blood to your head and scalp so it is good for your hair and for memory issues! Rosemary is a good tonic herb that assists your entire body to just be healthier! Here’s to your wellness! >>Candace

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Rosemary Tea

This tea is stimulating and strengthening to your body. But, don’t drink it before bed, as it may keep you awake!

1 teaspoon dried rosemary
1/2 teaspoon peppermint leaves

Place herbs into a tea infuser and place into tea cup. Pour boiling water over the tea infuser and steep 3 – 5 minutes. Enjoy this tea during the day to strengthen and stimulate your body.

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