“ROSEMARY” OR “SEA DEW”, AS THE ANCIENT GREEKS AND ROMANS CALLED IT, WAS KNOWN AS A MEDICINAL PLANT IN ANCIENT TIMES AND WAS DEDICATED TO THE GODDESS AFRODITA. IT IS KNOWN IN OUR COUNTRY AS ROSEMARY. AT THE TIME OF THE PLAGUE, PEOPLE TOOK THE BRANCHES OF ROSEMARY WITH THEM TO PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM INFECTION.
In medieval books, because of the bitter substances contained, it was recommended for digestive disorders. It was a known and reversible effect on the bloodstream. It was recommended after a severe illness and for the strengthening of the heart in old age, most often in the form of rosemary wine.
Rosemary was the main ingredient of the Hungarian vodka, a medicine that was taken by the Hungarian queen Izabela in the 14th century. She was 72 years old and suffered from gout, but after a year of taking this medication she recovered and restored beauty to the extent that she was asked by the Polish king. Recent studies have shown that rosemary is a powerful antioxidant that slows down the aging process.
ROSEMARY CONTAINS FLAVONOIDS THAT STIMULATE CIRCULATION, STRENGTHEN THE CAPILLARIES, AND IMPROVE THE FLOW OF BLOOD IN THE VEINS, WHICH EXPLAINS THE TRADITIONAL USE OF ROSEMARY TO ENHANCE MEMORY AND CONCENTRATION, THEN AGAINST HEADACHES, AND TO STIMULATE HAIR GROWTH.
Rosemary works soothing to digestion and is prescribed for intestinal disturbances, such as digestive disorders, cramps in the stomach and constipation. Studies have shown that the extract of rosemary enhances the secretion of the bile, and this is important for digestion of fat.
Another study, published in 1995, showed that the plant was a diuretic and relieved the liver of toxic substances. Rosemary is an effective anti-inflammatory agent.
It has an antibacterial effect and is beneficial for coughing and can be used in the treatment of bronchial, ear, nose and throat infections. In addition, it is an effective means of strengthening in general fatigue.
FOR EXTERIOR USE, THE OIL OF ROSEMARY IS DILUTED WITH NEUTRAL OIL, SUCH AS SUNFLOWER. AND IS USED FOR RUBBING IN MUSCLE, SCIATICA AND RHEUMATIC PAINS.
If you add rosemary tea to bathing water, it helps to alleviate rheumatism. The extract of rosemary stimulates circulation on the crown and is applied to the skin of the crown as a means of preventing premature baldness. It is effective in the treatment of dandruff.
Young peaks, leaves, and flowers of rosemary are ideal for tea, which is a good remedy for headaches, cramps, stomach, and colds and nervous diseases. If you suffer from depression, inhalation of Rosemary tea vapor will help you to cure.
It also works to relax muscles, digestive disorders, and menstrual cramps. However, Sprinkle fresh or dry leaves of rosemary with water and let it boil for 15 minutes.
Procedures. Drink two cups a day. Although, do not drink it in the evening because you will not be able to sleep.
You can also try tincture from rosemary. To prepare it, pour 20 g of rosemary with 100 ml of alcohol and leave for 10 days. Procedures. Take 15 to 20 drops a day in a glass of water. The outside is used for rheumatic massage or circulation problems.
ROSEMARY WINE FOR CIRCULATION!
Two tablespoons of Rosemary leaves and flowers should be immersed in one liter of good domestic white wine. Also, Left to stand for six days, and then proceed. One cup of vodka (0.3 dl) is drunk in the morning on an empty stomach. Rosemary wine calms the heart, accelerates urination and stimulates blood circulation. It is used in aquatic diseases, rheumatism, gout, and inflammation of the joints.