Rosemary has been in use since ancient times and has an interesting and diverse history; from fairies and witches to weddings and burial; most often it is looked on as a herb of remembrance with ancient scholars assigning it the property of enhancing memory. For this reason it is most often used in weddings and funerals as a token of love, fidelity and friendship.

Originating in the Mediterranean and freely cultivated in early times, fresh or dried Rosemary leaves are used in traditional Italian cooking.

Medicinally Rosemary has a stimulant action and is most often used as an external lotion, salve or oil for rheumatism, bruises and wounds. A Rosemary tea rinse after hair washing is said to reduce baldness.

Rosemary - BBQ
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Herb Rosemary - BBQ

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Rosemary - Common
Herb Rosemary - Common

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Rosemary - Gorza
Herb Rosemary - Gorza

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Rosemary - Prostrate
Herb Rosemary - Prostrate

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Rosemary - Roman Beauty
Herb Rosemary - Roman Beauty

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Rosemary - Rosy
Herb Rosemary - Rosy

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Rosemary - Salem
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Rosemary - Tuscan Blue
Herb Rosemary - Tuscan Blue

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