Profile: Rosemary is a spicy, strong plant with a camphor-like scent that has been used for millennia. The term rosemary comes from the Latin phrase ros marinus, which means "sea dew." The herb dates back to Sumerian stone tablets in Mesopotamia. In ancient Greece and Rome, rosemary was a popular herb. De Materia Medica, Dioscorides' herbal compendium, mentions the herb.
Rosemary leaf cut for spice jars, shaker jars, and cooking. Rosemary is wonderful with protein dishes, roasted vegetables, gravy, and stuffing. The Mediterranean herb is used in breads and crackers.
Rosemary leaves have been used in traditional Western herbalism to improve cognitive health*. Rosemary has been used as a digestive aid, in religious ceremonies, and in liqueurs and cordials like Benedictine and Danziger Goldwasser. The herb can be used to make rosemary tea, extract, and bath and body products. It's great for hair care.
Many cultures consider rosemary a herb of remembering due to its traditional herbalism usage. It's been used in funerals and weddings and represents fertility, relationships, and loyalty. Ancient Greeks believed rosemary wreaths helped with memory recall during exams. Legend says criminals in the Middle Ages used rosemary to avoid the plague.
Rosmarinus is a Mediterranean perennial herb. Woody rosemary features needle-like evergreen leaves and white or blue blooms. Usually, rosemary flowers in spring and early summer, but it might bloom irregularly all year. A member of the mint (Lamiceace) family, rosemary is fragrant and adds flavor to many meals.
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