Rosemary Tea

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Rosemary tea health benefits that will amaze you

Rosemary is an herb which has recognised use in cooking and knows for its fragrance. 

This evergreen shrub has strongly scented needle-like leaflets that grow in a hot temperate and Mediterranean climate.

This powerful herb grows into a huge woody shrub and showcases a sumptuous, bee-friendly fanfare of small blue flowers during the spring. 

If you are looking for a delicious addition to the cuisine, then rosemary should be your pick. Because it is not only tasty, but it also supports our body’s functions in several distinctive and offbeat ways. Some of these goods have been examined and tested through the ages, carried down from generations and some of its benefits are also tested by science. 

Just remember one thing about rosemary that it is a real gift to be embraced by everyone, especially those who are living in a temperate or Mediterranean area.

The herb is utilised for multiple culinary and aesthetic purposes, but it has also overtaken the attention of the health-conscious for the tea it is used to make. 

The fragrance of tea is refreshing, and it can be blended with honey, lemon, mint and chamomile. Not only does rosemary tea have a delightful fragrance, but it also offers several health advantages. 

Given below are the important ones; 

It is a Super Brain food

Traditionally rosemary is used to strengthen the nervous system and memory by increasing the blood flow to the head. Even it has also been stated that it comprises composites that prevent the degeneration of acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is an essential neurotransmitter that assures strong memory and connection within the cells.

Rosemary has amazing Anti-inflammatory benefits.

Rosemary has an exceptional name as an anti-inflammatory and has been advised to reduce asthma, eczema, arthritis, gout and other inflammatory ailments. Other herbs and savours maybe even more sturdy at decreasing inflammation. Rosemary is surely useful as an all-rounder, particularly if it is something you start to consume daily in your diet.

It works as a stimulant and relaxant.

Rosemary is a stimulant recognised for its cheering and energizing properties. It encourages blood circulation, enhances digestion, supports strong hair growth and the immune system. 

This isn’t enough; it also imparts the very embraced strength to soothe and smoothly relax at the same time as stimulating.

Helps in the fight against fight or flight, adrenal fatigue and stress

Today’s lifestyle is quite hectic, and we are less prepared to deal with daily stresses. Fight or flight immediately puts us in a situation of stress as the body undergoes a cascade of the stimulating, cortisol hormone everywhere in the body. It is contemplated that rosemary has the magical ability to be capable of reducing the level of cortisol in the body. 

But with the smell of rosemary, you will feel an immediate re-centring in your body and soothing of your stress hormones.

Good for your liver health – 

Rosemary tea holds bioactive compounds that contain free radical scavenging and anti-inflammatory characteristics. Carnosol is one of them which protects your liver cells from the inflammation and chemical stress. Rosemary tea restrains the awful production of evil peroxides in the liver and protects the architectural integrity of hepatocytes. 

Keep your tummy happy and limits obesity  

Not all bacteria are dangerous because our stomach have a bunch of them. The combination of these microbes influences your digestion and absorption. But when you consume the rosemary tea, it will support the healthy growth of those species (Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, etc.), which aids in particular absorption of fibre and breakdown of lipids. Therefore, say bye to obesity. 

Has incredible Anti-Aging Properties

As we’ve mentioned earlier that rosemary has a powerful house of antioxidants and antimicrobial phytochemicals, it works really well for the skin. Regular consumption of its helps to restore bacterial or fungal infections, lesions, acne, and blisters.

The antioxidants, like rosmarinic acid, kill the free radicals that cause wrinkles, fine lines, and pigmentation. Rosemary tea also binds sagging skin and makes it look fresh or younger. 

Yes! It’s quite hard to believe that a wild herb can do such miracles for you. If you are interested to know more about herbs, then feel free to get in touch with us. Somehow if you are not feeling well, or something is bugging you, we are just one call away, give us a call at 99897 59719. 

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Dr. Santhisree Bheesetti

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