|Product Name||Rosemary Dried|
|Botanical Name||Scientific name of it is Rosmarinus officinalis|
|Plant Anatomy||Rosmarinus is a plant genus of the family Lamiaceae & belongs to Species R. officinalis.|
|Synonyms And Trade Names||Rosemary is also named as Polar Plant, Compass Weed, Compass Plant and Rosmarinus Coronarium, Dew of the Sea, Garden Rosemary, Incensier, Mary’s Mantle, Mi-tieh-hsiang and Old Man.
|Native & Cultivation Regions||· Rosemary is originally from asia but now a days it is also cultivated in France,Tunisia and Yugoslavia.
· Rosemary is said to be a native of Mediterranean regions and covers wide range in Southern Europe and now it is cultivated throughout the world.
· Rosemary needs full sun and sandy and well limed-soil but it can be wintered indoor.
· Rosemary generally grows best in light, well-drained, rather dry soil, with its recommended PH range about 6.0 to 7.5. It will grow in gardens but prefers near the sea
|Physical Description||· The herb of rosemary has several ash colored branches, and the bark is rather scaly and it grows upto a height of three feet
· The evergreen leaves of this herb are about 1 inch long, linear, revolute, dark green above and paler and glandular beneath, needle-like with an odour pungently aromatic and somewhat camphoraceous
· Colored a dark shade of green above and white below, the leaves of the rosemary give off a beautiful fragrance, and with its small pale blue flowers.The whole plant is strongly aromatic.
· Rosemary Dried Leaves are brownish yellow in color. Rosemary has a tea like aroma and a piney flavor.
|Part Used||Fragrant, evergreen, needle-like organic rosemary fresh leaves are used to form dried rosemary leaves.|
|Chemical Constituents And Properties
||· The main chemical components of rosemary are a-pinene, borneol, b-pinene, camphor, bornyl acetate, camphene, 1,8-cineole and limonene.
· It is stable at room temperature in closed container.
|Therapeutic properties||The therapeutic properties of rosemary oil are analgesic, antidepressant, astringent, carminative, cephalic, cholagogue, cordial, digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue, hepatic, hypertensive, nervine, rubefacient, stimulant, sudorific and tonic.|
|Specifications||· Rosemary constitutes of 8 major chemical components that contribute to its unique fragrance, therapeutic properties and quality.
· a-pinene, borneol, b-pinene, camphor, bornyl acetate, camphene, 1,8-cineole and limonene are main chemical constituents of Rosemary.
. Dried Leaves are produced by Roasting or Seasoning of fresh green Rosemary leaves.
. Rosemary dried leaves are 100% Pure and of grade 1 quality having brownish yellow in color.
|Health Benefits||· It stimulates bile production by the liver.
· It is used to prepare hair lotions which helps in preventing premature baldness. It forms an effectual remedy for the prevention of scurf and dandruff.
· The rosemary is also used externally as a treatment for paralyzed limbs.
· Rosemary helps in palpitation, and stimulates the brain and nervous system, thus acting as a good remedy for headaches caused by feeble circulation.
· A spirit of Rosemary may be used as an antispasmodic.
· Rosemary and Coltsfoot leaves are considered good for asthma and other affections of the throat and lungs.
· Rosemary is often recommended especially for cases of low blood pressure.
· It is effective in stimulating menstrual flow and as abortifacients. It is used in treating rheumatic disorders and circulatory problems.
· Long-term stress and chronic illnesses can also be treated with the rosemary herb.
· Rosemary Helps in soothing the itching of psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis. It is useful in easing asthma, bronchitis, colds and sinusitis, and treating acne.
||· Rosemary is also one of the ingredients used in the preparation of Eau-de-Cologne.
· Rosemary extract extracted from rosemary fresh leaves is used as health Supplement
· Rosemary is often used widely as a common household spice, and also as a fragrant aromatic flavoring agent in several commercially available products.
· Rosemary is used in soaps, lotions, facial and body creams, toilet waters, and perfumes as the primary and most important fragrance component.
· The fragrance are added to the products such as frozen desserts, candy, alcoholic beverages, puddings and various other similar goods.
· One of the best known uses of rosemary is that it serves as an extremely effective mouthwash.
· Fragrant rosemary can be included in potpourris or scented sachets.
· Rosemary plants can often be used in topiary, the venerable craft in which shrubs are trained into ornamental forms.