Rosemary or Rosmarinus officinalis is a mediterranean species, grows at altitudes from 0 to 1500 m, flowers twice a year in spring and autumn.

It is an evergreen shrub, can grow up to 2.5 m high, has woody stems, small leaves and abundant dark green and white below, deep roots and anchored to the ground, a very aromatic fragrance, supports very well drought, is a hermaphrodite plant, insects (especially bees) pollinate takes care of when they go from flower to flower, their branches have a lot of leaves

It also has many uses:

It painkiller.

Used in the treatment of back pain and rheumatism.

It can be used as a healing of wounds.

Upload stress and increases blood circulation.

Serves as a treatment for asthma.

Rosemary infusion is good for the liver, relieving cough and also reduces intestinal spasms.

Used against hair loss.

Rosemary extract nectar bees to get later rosemary honey 

Seasoned meat dishes, a sprig of rosemary essential in the 'paella'.

Some studies have shown that rosemary slows the growth of the bacterium E-coli

The antioxidants in rosemary are good for preventing skin cancer, breast, stomach and colon

Beneficial for stress.

Used against bad breath.

Purify the water, boil water with a sprig of rosemary removes most types of bacteria

Contraindications: Do not consume during pregnancy or if epileptic.


Water not excessively, preferably when dry land, yellowing leaves means a sign that we should water it.
Must give the sun and well ventilated
Need land with easy drainage, no water leaks.


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