The herb not only tastes good in culinary dishes such as Rosemary chicken and lamb, but it is also a good source of iron, calcium, and vitamin B6.
It is typically prepared as a dried whole herb or a dried powdered extract, while teas and liquid extracts are made from fresh or dried leaves. Rosemary can withstand longer cooking times. A few teaspoons of chopped rosemary lends a tangy taste to biscuits as well.
Since this rosemary has been dried, its flavors have been concentrated to pack a punch. Just a pinch will provide your dish with enough flavor to make it seem like you've been behind the stove all day long. It is best used in lamb, pork and veal dishes, with creamed carrots and onion dishes
Dry rosemary is high in iron, calcium, and Vitamin B6, which contribute to blood and bone health and your body's ability to absorb nutrients.
These health benefits are only an added bonus to the aromatic flavors rosemary brings to the table!
Just a dash of our top quality rosemary in your dish will leave your guests asking for your secret ingredient.
Rosemary stimulates the central nervous system and circulation making it beneficial for low blood pressure and sluggishness. Rosemary oil and rosemary essential oil are used to alleviate the pain of sprains, arthritis, sciatica and neuralgia. Rosemary has also been used traditionally to ease asthma. “The essential oils in rosemary leaf can block histamine, the chemical culprit of both asthma and allergies.
Rosemary for memory, concentration and focus. Rosemary has a long herbal tradition as a herb that improves concentration and memory.