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Tea made from rosemary is useful for a variety of ailments including:
A cure for headaches. Due to the mild analgesic properties of the rosemary herb, drinking rosemary in tea form is thought to ease the pain associated with headaches and stomach cramps and so could be a very useful herbal remedy for those who suffer from pre-menstrual syndrome. It is also believed that drinking the tea can ease the symptoms of arthritis and rheumatism. A stronger tea, or one allowed to steep for a little longer, is also thought to be helpful in easing a fever.
Rosemary is believed to improve memory function and helps to preserve the brain tissues by increasing blood flow to the brain. It has therefore been used as a supplement for those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Regular consumption of rosemary herbal tea can help aid digestion. It can alleviate the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) intestinal spasms, diarrhea, and constipation as well as relieving bloating caused by water retention and excess gas, flatulence, and indigestion. Rosemary herb tea contains antiseptic properties and can be used as a mouthwash to alleviate ulcers and to gargle with to help relieve sore throats.
Rosemary leaf tea is packed with vitamins, and just one cup a day can help to boost your recommended daily intake of many vitamins and minerals.
Rosemary helps to stimulate blood flow. It is an ideal home remedy for those with poor circulation or anyone who is less mobile, such as the elderly.
Side Effects of Rosemary Leaf Tea Rosemary tea is relatively safe for anyone to use, but is not recommended for use by anyone who is pregnant without prior consultation with a medical professional. Anyone who is susceptible to allergies or who is being treated for an existing medical condition should always seek expert advice prior to commencement of this or any other herbal supplement.
Disclaimer: Herbs and plants are more and more used to treat problems and different ailments, however, you should remember that all herbs and plants contain active principles which may be contraindicated or need precaution in certain illnesses as coagulation disorders or in certain states as pregnancy or breastfeeding, so please contact your general practitioner or specialist before you make use of any herbs or herbal remedies. The information presented in this website is only for educational and informative purposes and not a substitute of medical advice or prescription. We are not responsible for health problems resulting from misuse of this product. Always consult your physician or health care professional before purchasing this item. Ask your doctor about the best way to include this product in your diet.