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Dried Rosemary

Dried Rosemary


Dried Rosemary (30 gms)


30 gms is Equivalent to Approximately  10 Generously Heaped Tblsps



LATIN NAME - Rosmarinus Officinalis



Also Know as:



  • Polar Plant
  • Compass Weed
  • Compass Plant
  • Sea Dew



Rosemary has a Deep Woody Taproot that  Produces Strong, Scaly Light Brown Stalks that are Covered with Needle like Narrow Leaves that are Attached Directly to the Main Stem of the Plant  and are about 1 inch long.   The  Leaves are Dark Green on  the Top and are Pale Green on the Underside with a Distinctive Vein.   Tiny Light Blue, Pink, White, Purple or Violet Coloured Flowers Grow in Clusters of Five to Seven Blossoms.   Each Pair of Flower Spikes Alternate along the Sides of the Stalk. 



    Use Rosemary when Performing Spells & Rituals for:


    • Clarifying your Mind
    • Energy Enhancement 
    • Cognitive Performance
    • Alleviating  Anxiety
    • Protection
    • Cleansing
    • Removong Toxic Spiritual Influences
    • Healing
    • Loyalty
    • Memory
    • Love
    • Protection
    • Purification
    • Rememberance




    • Gender – Masculine
    • Planet – Sun
    • Element – Fire


    Traditionally Rosemary has had many uses from as early as the 5th Century.  It was used to Ward off Evil and Negative Energies and was Placed under Pillows to Stave off Nightmares and also to Purify and Cleanse Sacred Spaces.


    Rosemary is Beneficial to help Improve Memory and Recall and is a Herb Linked with Rememberance.


    Plant it under your Windows and by your Doors to Repel Thieves, Burglers and Criminals.


    Rosemary can be Beneficial  in Love Spells or Rituals as it can help to Prevent Infidelities and  Remove Jealousy. 


    For Vivid and Powerful Dreams, Place some Rosemary under your Pillow while you Sleep.


    Rosemary is Traditionally Believed to be Beneficial in the Treatment of:


    • Encouraging Healthy Digestion
    • Supporting  Liver Health
    • Headaches
    • Migraine
    • Insomnia
    • Emotional Upset
    • Depression




    • Vitamin A
    • Calcium
    • Magnesium
    • Iron
    • Zinc
    • Gioflavonoikds
    • Saponins
    • Camphor
    • Anti microbal
    • Antioxidant
    • Antispasmodic
    • Astringent 


    Rosemary Contains a Potent Essential Oil that is Diuretic.  It Stimulates the Production of Bile, Improving Digestion,  and also acts as an Antiseptic for the Lungs and  Promotes Sweating.


    Other Traditonal uses include Improving Cardiovascular Disease, Reducing Pain and Inflammation. 


    Rosemary is a Restorative Herb that is useful  for Treating Colds, Headaches and General Lethargy as well as the Ability to Improve Memory Function.  It has a Calming Effect and if taken as an Infusion will Alleviate the Symptoms  of Nervous Tension and Depression.


    Studies have shown that Rosemary is Beneficial for  use when Suffering from Alzheimer’s as the Research shows that it  Prevents Neuronal Cell Death whilst Improving Memory and Problems Concerned with Age Related Cognitive Decline.


    Another Interesting use of Rosemary is its Ability to   Reduce Withdrawal Symptoms Especially from Drug Addictions.


    The  Anti Inflammatory Properties  of Rosemary Reduces Inflammation from Acne.


    Rosemary is Beneficial in Treating Stomach Related Issues as it increases the Flow of Bile which is Necessary  for good  Digestion. and for Stomach Cramps, Indigestion and Bloating.


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