Rosemary Could Be The Answer You Need



By Justin Cowart

Rosemary is an incredible little plant that is native to the mediterranean, but has been spread all across the world because of its incredible remedying powers. With just the right amount of water, lots of sunlight and a nice breeze to keep it thriving and happy, you can even grow this herb right in your own kitchen!

Medicinal Uses

Rosemary has long been known for its incredible effects on the brain, but before we get into that, this beautiful little herb can do so much more for your body. The tea and essential oil are both packed full of vitamin C, iron, calcium, beta-carotenes and magnesium.  

It does a great job at stimulating your circulatory system, helping a lot of people with low blood pressure. If you or someone you know experiences a lot of tingling in their limbs or even feel faint when they stand up too fast, then this herb may be just what they need.

A Great Anti Inflammatory Herb

Rosemary also has great levels of resemaricine, which is able to act as both a mild analgesic and antioxidant. This type of dual effect is great when helping inflammation in the body, be it either muscle or joint issues.

If you take the fresh herb and dry it, it can greatly assist your body in the digestion of starches and fats as well.

Who knew that rosemary did so much to help keep your body in great balance?

Rosemary For Headaches And The Mind

Rosemary’s most legendary quality is its innate ability to help boost brain power. It not only can help improve your ability to remember things, but it can also help you to concentrate better as well. The next time you need a little boost to get through school, work, or your projects at home, remember to get some rosemary herb essential oil or tea to help you get through your day.

Rosemary can helps your cells get the oxygen they need, which can help to ease depression, headaches and even some migraines.

If you are looking for a couple of ways that you can help incorporate this amazing herb into your diet, we have a treat for you.

Try out rosemary in this delicious potato casserole dish!

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Potato Casserole
Rosemary truly helps to give a type of delightful appeal to this delicious yet simple casserole, which can be a great companion for almost any main dish or even be used as the main course itself.
Serves: 6
  • 1 tsp of himalayan pink salt/sea salt
  • ½ tsp of black pepper
  • 3 tsp of fresh rosemary or just 2 teaspoons dried
  • 3 medium-sized onions, thinly sliced and peeled of course
  • 7 medium-sized potatoes, also peeled and thinly sliced
  • 3 tbsp of melted butter
  • 1 cup of warm almond milk/or other substitutes of milk
  1. Combine all of the seasonings. Place about ⅓ of the onions on the bottom of your buttered, ovenproof casserole dish. Sprinkle with a pinch of seasonings and drizzle with a little butter.
  2. Next add ⅓ of potatoes followed again with seasoning and butter. Continue doing these steps until your dish is full.
  3. Finally pour the milk over the entire casserole.
  4. Bake in the oven at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 1 ¼ hours.

Next try out this awesome rosemary tea recipe!
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Rosemary Tea
This is a deliciously refreshing and delightfully stimulating tea. If you wish, it can also include thyme. When you look at the different sorts of thyme, lemon thyme is one of the nicest types to go with tea; but, as always, if you do not have any, any other will do just fine.
  • 4-6 dried (or fresh) tbsp of herbs
  1. Take dried (or fresh) herbs and put them into a glass quart jar.
  2. Pour boiling water over the herbs, being sure to fill the jar up.
  3. Allow your tea to steep for about 30-35 minutes, covered (remember that with tea, the longer you allow it to steep, the stronger and more bitter it will become).
  4. Strain it out into a cup and drink up.

Rosemary is a wonderful herb that is loaded to the brim with wonderful health benefits. If you are looking for a great alternative to traditional remedies, then you needn’t look any further.

How has rosemary been able to benefit you in your life? Let us know in the comments below!


Justin Cowart

Justin Cowart

Justin Cowart is a writer and researcher that loves to learn more about health, life, consciousness and making the world a better place. He loves music, traveling, meditation, video games and spending time with family and friends. He believes in baby steps and lifestyle changes in order to live a full life. In 2014, he lost around 40lbs from baby steps and emotional detoxing.
Justin Cowart


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