Name: Rosemary

Latin name: Rosmarinus officinalis, Salvia rosmarinus

Family:  Lamiaceae

Parts Used: Aerial parts

Taste: Pungent, slightly sweet, mildly bitter

Energetics: Warming, drying

Key actions: Circulatory stimulant, anxiolytic, nervine, antimicrobial, analgesic


         If pregnant, do not consume more than a culinary amount

Rosemary is best known for her ability to stimulate the body’s circulation of blood. This allows for better circulation of oxygen, removal of blood impurities, and more blood flow through the peripherals, warming up cold, stiff joints.*
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