Rosemary contains compounds that prevent the loss of acetylcholine, a chemical vital to thinking and reasoning.
Rosemary also contains Rosmaricine, which relieves headaches the same way aspirin does.
Rosemary is abundant in Calcuim in a form that is easily absorbed by the body. One tablespoon of Rosemary contains 42 milligrams of Calcuim.
Rosemary contains 6 chemical compounds that are known to fight cataracts.
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Learn how to grow, harvest, and preserve this wonderful herb. Recipes for vinegrette, vinegar, soap, oil, and ways to use these products in your kitchen, bath and medicine cabinet.
Learn to use Rosemary to soothe aches, pains, arthritis, migraines, tired eyes, dandruff, swelling and other health conditions.
Four page report includes photographs, recipes, resources, and in-depth directions for growing, harvesting and preserving the herb.
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