One of the most potent herbs that there is, Rosemary has so much to offer us!
Known as a brain tonic, Rosemary works to bring new blood and oxygen to the brain which can work to improve memory, focus, and cognition!
Let’s remember the wonders she can do for your hair when used internally AND externally as a shampoo!
This circulation to the brain can also help to relieve headaches and tension.
Improving circulation often helps the entire body as it works to move blood throughout our entire system, nourishing our body with fresh new blood and nutrients. Blood is how we feed the tissues throughout our body so it is important to make sure that we have a healthy blood flow.
Rosemary can help to alleviate anxiety - especially when you can feel the anxiety in your stomach/digestive system.
I have also found that a tincture of Rosemary can help those who are working to liberate themselves from opiate addiction!
More than just a culinary herb, Rosemary offers us so much medicine.
I highly recommend that you study this herb - send me a message if you’d like some photos of my favorite books! email@example.com
Reading and studying herbs is a great way to learn, but one of the best ways to learn is to use them yourself!
I like working with single herbs, known as simpling, so that you can build an intimate relationship with the plant and learn how it affects you and your body. A Rosemary tincture is a wonderful way to get to know this herb - one drop at a time!
I have 1oz and 2oz bottles of Rosemary tincture available - reach out to me if you’d like to order one! I ship nationwide and deliver locally!
All proceeds go towards our non-profit ministry, Community Nourishment!
If you'd like a bottle or have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This blog is intended to provide information on this herb/remedy/formula that I use regularly in my practice. This blog is for educational purposes only, mainly for people who work with me or my remedies and are looking for the information on the remedies, how and why I use them, and what is in them. There is much more existing information on each herb and remedy and as always I encourage everyone to ask lots of questions and to dive into research for themselves as well as consulting with a professional.