PARTS USED: leaves, flowers
Native to Southern Europe, the Latin name for Rosemary translates to “spray of the sea”. In warm climates, it can grow up to eight feet tall, resembling more of a tree than a bush.
Going back many centuries, Rosemary was first recorded on cuneiform stone tablets around 5000BC. In 1892 it was written, “Young fairies, under the guise of snakes, lie concealed under its branches”.
protects the lining of blood vessels, especially in young adults
eases aching & sore muscles
soothes sore throat
stimulates nerve repair
promotes hair growth
increases zest for life
instills grounded resilience
strengthens energy field and circuits around kidneys & adrenals
invigorates & revitalizes energy