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Scientific Name:

rosmarinus officinalis

Reference: W00024
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Rota das Indias


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Rosemary Leaves

Teas | Medicinal Plants | Aromatic Herbs | Tisanes | Infusions

Rosemary is one of the best-known medicinal herbs. It has been used for centuries in Europe, Asia and the Americas to treat a variety of ailments.


Drinking rosemary tea is an excellent way to boost immune health. What's more, it's delicious! Rosemary tea offers a delicious pine flavor and an aromatic fragrance that is invigorating and rejuvenating. Discover the stunning flavors of Rosemary Tea and learn more about its health benefits, side effects and proper preparation methods.


Rosemary tea is made from the leaves of the rosemary plant, known by its botanical name Rosmarinus officinalis. The rosemary plant is native to the Mediterranean region and is an evergreen shrub. Rosemary belongs to the mint family, which also includes lavender, thyme, basil and sage. The leaves are used to make rosemary essential oil, rosemary extract and rosemary tea.


Rosemary tea is a herbal tea and is rich in vitamins, iron and calcium. The herb is commonly used in culinary dishes and to make essential oils. Rosemary is a perennial plant, which makes it a popular garden plant. You can prepare tea using rosemary leaves straight from your garden.


In ancient times, Rosemary Tea was used to treat everything from hair loss to diseases of the digestive system. Today, research shows that Rosemary Tea can be beneficial for health when combined with a healthy diet and lifestyle.


Rosemary tea is naturally caffeine-free and can be consumed throughout the day. Rosemary Tea offers strong notes of pine with subtle tones of lemon and mint. This tea also has a strong, fragrant pine scent that invigorates the senses.


Drinking Rosemary Tea can help improve the digestive processes that keep your gut healthy and happy. Rosemary tea has antispasmodic properties that help reduce gas and bloating. This herbal tea also supports healthy intestinal bacteria and improves nutrient absorption.


Rosemary tea also contains carnosic acid, a compound that helps balance the microflora and good bacteria in your gut. Drinking Rosemary Tea can help your digestive system recover after a period of illness or improve an upset stomach (1). A healthy gut microbiome means your body can help fight off infections more easily and can also help you lose weight as your body processes fats more efficiently.



Rosemary tea is rich in antioxidants that help improve general health and prevent damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are cells that wreak havoc on the body, causing oxidative stress, which is the body's way of rusting. Oxidative stress has been linked to serious illnesses, including Alzheimer's disease, premature ageing and certain types of cancer.


Rosemary helps boost immunity thanks to its rich concentration of antioxidants and vitamins. Rosemary tea contains large amounts of vitamin C, which has been shown to boost immune health and prevent diseases caused by bacteria and viruses. Rosemary tea also has high concentrations of vitamin A, magnesium, potassium and calcium to keep your immune system functioning at peak levels.


Rosemary oil has long been touted as a natural remedy for premature hair loss conditions such as alopecia. Drinking rosemary tea can offer some of the same benefits. Rosemary tea helps to increase blood circulation, which stimulates the hair follicles and increases hair growth. Increased circulation also provides the hair follicles with vital nutrients that help grow hair.


You can also use Rosemary Tea topically as a hair rinse or shampoo to stimulate hair growth. A rosemary hair rinse can help eliminate dandruff and remove product buildup that can weigh hair down.


Avoid Rosemary Tea if you are allergic to the Rosemary plant or another plant from the same family. People with allergies to aspirin or medicines containing salicylates may also develop allergies to Rosemary Tea. Use with caution and discontinue use immediately if you experience any symptoms of an allergic reaction, including a runny nose, itchy throat or difficulty breathing.


Directions for use:

*Recommended water temperature: 100º

*Infusion time: 3 - 5 minutes (must remain covered).

*Recommended quantity: 1 teaspoon per person. Approx. 2 grams / cup.

*Indicative values which may vary according to personal taste.


Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.


Avoid the product if you are allergic or sensitive to any of the ingredients.


Keep out of reach of children.

The information contained in the description of this product is for informational purposes only. They do not replace the advice and monitoring of your Doctor.

Our products, which may originally be gluten-free, are not recommended for Celiac patients. Our products are packaged and sold in bulk, so we cannot guarantee that there is no cross-contamination.

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Rosemary - rosmarinus officinalis

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