Rosemary is a strong herb, uniquely famous in the traditional and alternative medicine for centuries. It helps with memory problems and can cure many diseases.
In Greece, when they have an important exam, the students often put rosemary branches in their hair. Also, many studies have shown that rosemary contains carnosic acid, acid that fights toxic components that affect the brain.
The benefits of this herb is known for centuries. “There’s rosemary that’s for remembrance, pray, love,” – these are the words of Ophelia in Shakespeare’s tragedy Hamlet. Also, rosemary is part of the modern medicine as an analgesic for migraine, or digestive problems.