(Rosmarinus officinalis)

Other names: Rosmarinë, Pозмарин, Romaní, Romer, Mí Dié Xiāng Shǔ, Ružmarin, Rozmarýn Lékařský, Gewoon Rozemarijn, Rozemarijn, Moorwort, Encensier, Herbe des Troubadours, Romarin, Rosmarin, Rosmarino, Rôzumarî, Rosmaninho, Romero, Romerino, Rosa de Mar

Rosemary is native to the Mediterranean. It is widely grown in gardens, and its leaves are used to season foods. In ancient times, it was believed to strengthen memory. Rosemary mainly contains phenolic compounds, di- and triterpenes, and essential oils. It contains rosmarinic acid, camphor, caffeic acid, ursolic acid, betulinic acid, carnosic acid and carnosol.

Rosemary may be beneficial for headache, menstrual pain, stomachache, epilepsy, rheumatic pain, spasms, nervous agitation, memory, hysteria, depression, fatigue, digestion, and hair loss.

Compliance: food or food ingredient, cosmetics ingredient

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