Rosemary

Rosemary

Rosemary (Salvia rosmarinus) is a fragrant evergreen herb, which along with Basil, Thyme, Lavender & Oregano, is a member of the Mint family Lamiaceae. Rosemary is predominantly used as a culinary condiment, and in traditional herbal remedies for its potential health benefits.

What does rosemary taste like?

Rosemary is a very aromatic and pungent herb that pairs well with Garlic, Olive oil, a pizza and roasted lamb. However, because its flavour is strong, it is advised to use rosemary with a light hand.

What is Rosemary good for?

In the herbal medicine world rosemary is highly prized for being a cognitive stimulant that may help improve ones' Memory and focus. Rosemary is a rich source of Antioxidants too, which may provide some sort of Immune Support.

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