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Rosemary oil, with its distinctive, strong, woody-spicy, herbal scent, has been called a universal oil with "powerful properties". For me, its scent is like a pungent mountain breeze, clearing the mind, chasing away negative thoughts and fatigue, while stimulating action.
Rosemary (Rosmarinus Officinalis) has a rich history. For the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, this aromatic herb was considered sacred. They believed that it protected against magic and spells. It was also a symbol of memory, love, friendship and loyalty. That is why this herb was present at weddings in those times. The newlyweds wore rosemary wreaths on their heads and a sprig of the herb was added to their wine glasses. This way the spouses were supposed to remember their vows. Ancient Greeks wore rosemary wreaths on their heads to improve concentration and memory (interestingly, scientists confirm that these beliefs were correct). The people of the Mediterranean basin have been using it in folk medicine for thousands of years. Even Shakespeare appreciated its properties. Ophelia, the heroine of Hamlet, says to Laertes: "Here's rosemary as a reminder. Please, darling, remember". Today, rosemary is one of the most commonly used spices in our kitchen. Not only does it enrich dishes, but it brings many benefits to our health. We definitely do not talk about it enough.
The oil obtained from the fresh leaves and tops of the plant is one of the most effective oils on the planet. This product, with its distinctive, strong, woody-spicy, herbal smell, is called a universal oil with "powerful properties". For me, the scent is like a sharp mountain breeze, clearing the mind, chasing away negative thoughts and fatigue, while stimulating action.