Bulk Rosemary Cut & Sifted

Rosmarinus officinalis
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[ 123 ]Rosmarinus officinalis

Rosemary Cut & Sifted

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Rosemary is a perennial herb in the mint family that occurs naturally throughout the Mediterranean region and is widely cultivated elsewhere. The herb gets its name from the Latin ros and marinus that means "dew of the sea" because it hardly needs any more moisture than that provided by sea breeze.

A good source of fiber, calcium and iron, rosemary adds earthy goodness to soups, stews, breads and roasted meats and vegetables.

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approximate cups to one pound4.5
active compoundsFlavonoids, Rosmarinic acid, Diterpenes, Volatile oil, Rosmaricine, Tannins
plant part usedleaves
processingcut & sifted

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general guidelines and tips

storage tipsStore in an airtight container in a cool, dark place.
appearance & aromaNeedle-like and highly fragrant.


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cosmeticHot water infusions are used as hair and scalp tonics and in astringent skin toners.
culinaryAdd flavor to salad dressings, culinary oils, baked goods and grilled meats and vegetables.
householdRosemary infusions and extracts are used in natural cleaners.
aromaticInclude in incense and potpourri blends.
industrialRosemary extract is used as a natural preservative.

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Imparts an astringent but pleasant flavor to a variety of foods.

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Rosemary is a member of the mint family indigenous to Asia and the Mediterranean region, although it is also hardy when cultivated in cooler climates. Because the Virgin Mary reputedly draped her blue cloak upon a rosemary bush, causing its white flowers to turn blue, the evergreen plant is also known as Rose of Mary.

The needle-like leaves of rosemary are an excellent addition to herbal teas and seasoning blends. The dried herb also lends its aromatic qualities to incense and potpourri blends.

Background:Chances are you've eaten rosemary before. It's a common culinary herb in Mediterranean and Italian cooking. However, it's also been used as a good luck charm.

DescriptionRosemary is an evergreen shrub that has a strong scent. It is native to the Mediterranean region of Europe and grows up to 7 feet tall. The leaves can be removed as necessary.

Safety:  Do not take the essential oil of rosemary internally unless supervised by a professional. Consult your health care provider before beginning use of any herb.

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