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"There's rosemary, that's for remembrance. Pray you, love, remember." (William Shakespeare)

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Rosemary is one of the most used aromatic plants in the kitchen, think of a delicious dish of baked potatoes or a grilled steak! A few sprigs

of rosemary can change the flavor of our dishes and make them perfect. Its floral scent, delicate, but with a balsamic and woody undertone, is a real joy for the sense of smell!

But rosemary is not only famous for seasoning our food, but it also has many other qualities that we are going to discover!


Rosemary was an exceptional plant for ancient populations, its virtues were purely aromatic and therapeutic. The word rosemary derives from the Latin "ros" (dew) and "maris" (sea) precisely because its intense and pleasant scent is carried by the sea breezes on hot summer days and the lilac-indigo color of its flowers recalls the sea ​​color.

For the ancient Romans, it was the symbol of death and love and was burned during sacrifices in honor of the gods. The ancient Egyptians considered it magical and associated it with immortality and in the Middle Ages, objects of all kinds were made with rosemary wood because of its magical virtues.

The origin of rosemary is impregnated in myths and legends and thanks to these, it has become a medicinal and therapeutic plant well known all over the world.

It is an evergreen bushy shrub, native to the Mediterranean basin, but currently cultivated in almost all countries of the world.

It is a plant rich in essential oils, flavonoids, phenolic acids, tannins, resins, camphor and rosmarinic acid.

Did you know that drinking a decoction of rosemary leaf cleanses the liver and performs fantastic tonic and digestive actions? Fantastic isn't it?

A truly amazing plant!



The essential oil of rosemary is obtained from the distillation of the branches and flowering tops and is used in aromatherapy and Phytotherapy for its countless properties.

Just think that the well-known British physician, botanist and astrologer Nicholas Culpeper defined it as "a whip of energy for the body"!

  • Stimulates brain activity, improving concentration and memory.

  • Antiseptic action, perfect if you suffer from eczema or have wounds to disinfect.

  • Anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving action in cases of rheumatism and circulatory disorders.

  • Calm colds, coughs and headaches.

  • A few drops of rosemary essential oil in the bath, relieves stress and muscle aches and eliminates tension.

  • Perfect for an anti-cellulite massage! It stimulates the lipolytic action, microcirculation and drains liquids.

  • Strengthens hair! Rosemary has an anti-fall effect and helps hair grow healthy and strong.

  • Purifies oily skin, useful for fighting acne and blemished skin.

  • Useful against spots due to skin aging, pregnancy and exposure to harmful sun rays.

  • Relieves stress and instills courage to face a new day, the scent of rosemary purifies the energy flows from emotional imbalances and infuses vitality and energy.

This oil really has a lot of properties that act on the body, mind and spirit. A true panacea of ​​well-being at 360°!

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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