Rosemary Herb and Oil Benefits
Rosemary (rosmarinus) is a Latin term meaning sea dew. It is a small evergreen shrub found growing in Portugal, Mediterranean areas, Morocco, Spain, Tunisia, and France. Today it can also be found growing in many regions of North America as well. It is a woody-like plant with rigid branches and a fissured bark. The leaves are needle-like and dark green. It has flowers of a pale blue that contain volatile oil. It thrives best in dry, warm soil with lots of light. The leaf of the plant is used medicinally in connection with digestive problems, circulatory problems, and more.