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Rosmarinus offi cinalis

Native to the Mediterranean, this ancient beauty has found its way into hearts and homes worldwide. Predominantly thought of as a culinary herb, and understandably so, rosemary creates an aromatic melody, igniting our senses as we chop and season with its greenery.

Medicinally, much of the historical use mirrors our current use. One stand-out application from the past that is still entirely relevant is as a powerful brain tonic, enhancing memory and sharpening concentration. The ancient Greeks held rosemary in high regard for this purpose alone. Nowadays, we value the great rosemary as a cerebral antioxidant for

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