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Rosemary & Rose, the Perfect Healthy Couple!

Updated: Jan 16

Many people I know are suffering from different throat and flu-like conditions right now. If you have Rosemary and Roses growing wild at home, this can help them! Rosemary is a beautiful herb, and Roses are fantastic flowers…

Here is some exciting information about Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) & Roses (Rosa gallica)

Essential Action of Rosemary:

  • Tonic

  • Stimulant

  • Astringent

  • Nervine

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Antioxidant

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Bath soaking with Rosemary and Roses has many benefits regarding renewing health, calming the nervous system, and stimulating circulation.

If you have sore muscles from exercising, joint pain, or headaches, Rosemary bath soaking and tea help regenerate tissues because they improve blood circulation.

If you have a sore throat and flu-like symptoms, Rosemary bath soaking helps with its natural essential oils to soothe the body and respiratory system. Drinking tea helps with immune-boosting because it contains a significant amount of vitamin C and is circulatory and stimulating.

If you feel stressed for an extended period, Rosemary aids in regenerating adrenal glands through gentle stimulation. When under stress, a person often experiences poor digestion. Rosemary is an excellent helper of the digestive system as well.

Rosemary is also known for its uplifting mood effects; thus, it is often used for mild depression.

Japanese laboratory research in 2003 found that diterpenes within rosemary (carnosic acid and carnosol) strongly stimulated nerve growth factor, suggesting that rosemary may stimulate nerve repair. A 2015 review in Cancer letter suggested that these constituents also had ‘promising results of anticancer activity.’ “

Andrew Chevallier, Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. Page 128, Third American edition 2016, DK Penguin Random House.

Essential Action of Roses:

  • Mildly sedative

  • Antidepressant

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Digestive

Roses have a significant amount of vitamins C, A, and E and some iron and calcium. Vitamin E and C together promote healthy skin.

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Research suggests that drinking rose tea help reduce stress, support the immune, system, and help digestive issues. The polyphenols found in rose petals act as antioxidant agents and lower the risk of chronic disease.

Roses are also recognized as having great anti-inflammatory support. Thus, women with difficult and painful menstruation receive great benefits from rose tea. Roses help reduce bloating, cramping, and mood swings.

Rosemary and Roses make a perfect relationship that has marvelous effects on the immune, digestive, and dermal systems as they have significant amounts of vitamins C, E, and A. Moreover, they both soothe the nervous system helping reduce stress.

I formulated a Rosemary and Roses blend for bath soaking and tea called


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