According to folklore, she took her name from the Virgin Mary, who left her cloak on the bush. By the next morning, the bush flowers had turned blue and had since been named rose of Mary.
The ancient Greeks considered it a gift from Aphrodite. Students wore rosemary wreaths when exams, because it helped them concentrate and remember ...
Rosemary can be used in the kitchen either fresh or dried to give a wonderful aroma and taste to meat and fish. Also use in various spoon sweets
Rosemary has been found to have stimulating and stimulating effects and is therefore intended to improve blood circulation, especially the brain.
It has great antioxidant properties due to its flavonoids and deuterpenes, thus strengthening the immune system.