Latin Name: Rosmarinus offinalis
Herb Class/Action: Carminative, antispasmodic, antidepressant, antimicrobial, antioxidant, emmenagogue, circulatory stimulant, nootropic
Parts Used: Leaves
Flavors: Bitter, Aromatic
Benefits: Circulatory support, liver support, digestive support, microbiome support, brain support, memory support, mood support musculoskeletal support, energy support
Rosemary is a typical traditional medicinal plant used by herbalists to inhibit cognitive performance to hair growth. This beauty has the ability to support healthy blood circulation, and nutrient delivery to the scalp. Through much research, rosemary has been confirmed to have a source of anti-inflammatory and antioxidants that link healing directly on the gut-brain diameter.
The immune boosting herb also identifies antibacterial, anti fungal, and antiviral properties. The aromatic oil and bitter herb it can be used for digestion to help with a smooth bile elimination process and reducing gas/bloating. It also is known to support mood, memory, brain fog (pretty much, all cognitive functions), and energy. Traditional herbalist utilize this herb taking the leaves fresh off the stems/bush or dried and used for cooking, tea infusion, tincture or oil purposes.