Although you probably think of rosemary as a herb to season your dishes, the plant is also medicinal and has been used as a traditional herbal remedy for its digestive properties, useful in case of heaviness after meals, or abdominal pain. It is also considered very beneficial for the liver and for the memory.
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Rosemary, that we commonly use in cooking to flavor our dishes, is less known as a medicinal plant!
In traditional medicine the infusion of rosemary is very appreciated for its digestive action, useful in case of heaviness after meals, or abdominal pain.
In phytotherapy, rosemary is well known also for its stimulating and purifying properties of the liver, as well as being considered a valid ally to improve memory and concentration.
Besides the classic use in the kitchen, rosemary can be used as an herbal tea.
Pour a teaspoon of rosemary into boiling water (250 ml, about a cup), cover and leave it to infuse for about 10-15 minutes.
It is important, immediately after pouring the rosemary into the boiling water, to cover the pot with a saucer or a lid to prevent the evaporation of essential oils. Filter and drink the infusion.
Drink 2 to 4 cups per day.
Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool and dry place.