Rosemary Leaf Whole, Organic, 1/2 lb.

(RLW-2)
Rosmarinus officinalis  |  Origin: Morocco
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$5.25
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USDA Organic

With its pungent smell, Rosemary is often used in culinary dishes for its distinctive flavor. It is also used as an antibacterial and antiviral, and added to shampoos and soaps.

Fill your kitchen with the refreshing smell of pungent Rosemary. Reminiscent of pine and bursting with fresh flavor, Rosemary is ever ready to compliment your favorite recipes and help stimulate the immune system and healthy digestion. It may also be beneficial for healthy hair growth and for darkening greying hair when used externally.


Common Name: Rosemary

Excerpts from The How to Herb Book
Rosemary Leaf has been..

  • Used in shampoos to help prevent baldness. The oil is used as a perfume for ointments.
  • Long used remedy for colds, coughs and nervous conditions especially nervous headaches.
  • Used as a wash for mouth, gums, and sore throat.
  • Used for female problems.
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    WHAT YOU'LL NEED


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