Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a well-known Mediterranean herb. It has always been a valued herb because it increases concentration and improves brain activity. In Chinese folk medicine, rosemary has been used as a brain tonic for thousands of years.

Rosemary is an excellent natural diuretic and it is recommended for people who suffer from swelling. Because it improves kidney function, rosemary is a natural cleaner for the body and helps remove toxins from it. Rosemary stimulates heart work, improves circulation, normalizes low blood pressure and is a great tonic for the heart. Used for colds, flu, cough, chronic bronchitis. It helps with headaches, nervous tension, and mental fatigue. This herb relieves rheumatic and muscle aches. It is especially useful for treating muscle inflammation. It accelerates hair growth, helps with dandruff problems, oily hair, and hair loss.

As a tea, it helps to get rid of bloating, gas and mild gastrointestinal disorders. It is also used in the kitchen as an herb that improves digestion.

Rosemary syrup for strengthening the heart muscle and normalizing blood pressure

In a pot put 1 liter of cold water, 3 lemons sliced in half, 250 grams of sugar and 5 rosemary twigs. Allow to boil until the liquid is reduced to 500 ml, then remove from the fire, strain it and stored in bottles. From this syrup, you should drink 1 small cup in the morning on an empty stomach.

Wine with rosemary for cleaning blood vessels and urinary tract

In a jar with 1 liter of white wine put: 50 grams of honey, 1 stick of cinnamon and 3 twigs of rosemary. Close the jar well and allow it to stand for 10 days in a dark place and stir occasionally. After 10 days it should be drained and from this wine, you should drink 1 small glass three times a day, in the morning on an empty stomach, half an hour before lunch and half an hour before dinner.

Lemonade with rosemary to relieve rheumatic pain

Pour 1 liter of boiling water over 12 crushed rosemary leaves. Allow to stand for 1 hour in a bowl, then strain and add 100 grams of honey and juice of two lemons. Stir well and drink 100 ml of this lemonade, morning and evening.

Rosemary tea against headache

Pour 200 ml of boiling hot water over a teaspoon of dried rosemary. Allow to stand for 10 minutes, then strain. Drink one cup of this tea 3 times a day.

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