Rosemary in Latin Rosemary officinalis, is a plant that is used as a spice and also as a remedy. Rosemary comes from the medium more space, but is now cultivated in many other areas and countries. Rosemary is evergreen and grows best in areas that are sunny and dry. If you want to, Rosemary can also be dismantled here in Germany, but Rosemary in Germany cannot hibernate well, which is why it is advisable to dismantle this plant in pots.
In this way, the plant can then be brought into the house in late autumn. Rosemary is found in Germany rather in the southern areas where it is warmer. The north of Germany is not very good as an area for cultivation. Traditionally, rosemary can be found in Italy, for example. Rosemary grows in small bushes, which can be up to two meters high.
The plant has small, narrow leaves and blooms in summer with pretty little flowers, which are mostly purple. There are also varieties that bloom light blue, pink or even white. Rosemary has a very pleasant smell, where you can easily see this plant. The smell is spicy, sweet, a little like eucalyptus.
Rosemary can also be used to produce a broth to keep pests away from the garden. This broth can be used for casting. So you do not need to use chemical products in the garden for pest control. To make the broth, you simply picking a few branches of the rosemary plant and cut them small.
Then they are poured with hot water and let the whole thing move. Similarly, you can also produce tea from rosemary, which can be used as a cure. Rosemary can be dried very well to be used as a spice in the dried state. Since Rosemary is an evergreen plant, it can be harvested throughout the year. However, it is advisable to cut down the plant in late autumn. The taste of rosemary as a spice does not have to be dispensed with if you do not grow your own rosemary. Rosemary can be bought here in shops or even dried online.
The effect of rosemary
Rosemary is particularly popular as a spice and is known as such mainly in Mediterranean countries, but also here in Germany. However, Rosemary also has a particularly good reputation as a remedy and has been used for centuries as such. Modern research confirms the effect as a remedy, which naturally has to be traced back to the special ingredients. Among other things, the following ingredients can be found in rosemary:
Rosemary can be used for both internal and external treatment of diseases. If you want, you can buy some finished products with the extract of rosemary in pharmacies or online. Besides teas, there are also ointments, creams and tinctures that can be bought. In addition, dried rosemary spice can also be ordered online.
Traditionally, Rosemary has been used in antiquity for diseases such as gastric and intestinal problems, liver pain, cough, toothache and external skin diseases. Many of these effects have been proven today even by scientific studies. For example, anyone who fights stomach and bowel diseases can use rosemary very well here.
Rosemary is an effective natural remedy, which stimulates digestion and regulates the normal functions of the intestine. Also toxins can be leached out of the body by taking Rosemary, which is why this herbal remedy is good for detoxification and purification.
If you have liver pain, you should definitely try Rosemary. People with gall problems can also use this plant as a cure. Besides the detoxifying effect, Rosemary also has a analgesic effect. Thus, it is often necessary to dispense with other painkillers that can have lasting side effects.
Among other things, diseases such as toothache, liver and stomach problems, cough, skin diseases and much more were treated with rosemary. Even today, Rosemary is used for these diseases. Rosemary is often recommended by health practitioners and is processed in various medications.
Rosemary is good for the brain and therefore can be used against the progression of Alzheimer’s and other dementias. The substances responsible for the calcification of the brain are eliminated by taking Rosemary. In the meantime, it has been proven that Rosemary is responsible for making the brain bleed better, which in turn has a positive effect on the memory and other functions of the brain.
Rosemary acts antibacterial and antiseptic. Therefore, Rosemary can also be used for a variety of inflammations, viruses and bacteria. Fungi can also be effectively controlled by Rosemary as a remedy. Because of the pain-quenching effect, Rosemary is also particularly recommended for rheumatism and arthritis. But not only will the pain be alleviated, but at the same time it will also be used to fight inflammation and water storage from the body.
For the internal treatment with Rosemary it is advisable to brew a tea of rosemary. If you don’t have a fresh rosemary at hand, you can order dried rosemary online. There are also finished teas with the extract of the rosemary. For the external treatment you can of course also make a broth of rosemary and dab this for example with a cotton ball on the affected skin spot.
You can also use this broth as a bath additive. The rosemary oil is also very popular. This can be used as a massage oil or given to certain skin spots, for example in skin diseases.
Rosemary should only be taken in the recommended quantities. In these quantities, Rosemary does not actually have any sustainable side effects and is well tolerated. In case of overdose, however, it is quite possible that there can be overreaction.
This can even lead to cramps. The recommended quantities are a maximum of six grams of dried leaves. The rosemary oil should also be used only in small quantities. However, if you want to put it in the bath water, you can use up to 50 drops. It is advised not to use rosemary if you are pregnant.
Interactions with other medications are not known at Rosemary, which is why it is a recommended remedy, which can be taken as support from other medications. This is possible, for example, in cancer therapy. Here rosemary can help to improve the overall well-being. By the way, Rosemary can also be taken as a precaution against cancer.