Rosemary

Our Fresh Rosemarinus officianalis can be used for ornamental, culinary and medicinal purposes

Rosemary, the aromatic and evergreen shrub, native to the dry hills of southern Europe and North Africa, can be grown as a clipped hedge, as a cascading plant along the edge of a retaining wall, pruned and shaped as topiaries and as a container patio plant.

A great advantage of rosemary is that it is a perennial and will last for twenty years or more with only minimal pruning once a year. While rosemary can be propagated by taking cuttings, the finest, more aromatic plants are said to be raised from seed. 

Rosemary leaves are like soft pine needles, finely chopped they can be used to flavour a variety of dishes, especially stuffing. Many cooks simply cut sprigs of rosemary and place with roasted meats, especially lamb, pork, chicken and turkey with great results.

Benefits

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) and ESCOP support the use of rosemary leaf preparations and essential oil, orally, for the symptomatic treatment of digestive disorders, especially those due to hepatobiliary deficiencies, as well as in case of mild spasms of the gastrointestinal tract.

Neurological Protection: The carnosic acid in rosemary has neuroprotective properties. It helps to reduce oxidative stress and overstimulation in nerve cells, ultimately protecting the nervous system according to some studies.

Reduces Stress: A study conducted on the anti-depressant effects of rosemary concluded that the aroma of the herb alone has been linked to improving mood and clearing the mind.

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Fact Sheet

Description The Rosemary is an aromatic, woody, evergreen shrub, very ramified and occasionally squat and can reach 2 meters in height. The young stems are covered with blot, which disappears when growing, and old stems of reddish color and cracked bark. The stems should be between 18 and 22 cm long.
Packing and presentation Primary
Perforated transparent polypropylene bags of 1 American Pound.
• Bags per box of 12 Pounds, 14 Pounds, 15 Pounds, 16 Pound.
Traceability: Block, line, day, classification line, Classifier code.

Secondary
Product in corrugated cardboard boxes of dimensions: 105cm long, 25.5cm wide and 18.5cm high.
Full: 2 boxes duly zunched.
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Conditions of storage and transportation Storage temperature: 0 ° C - 4 ° C.
Shelf life Between 10 and 15 days.
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How can you use fresh rosemary?

Cook it with fish and meats. You can add rosemary to any meat, including chicken, lamb, fish, shellfish, turkey, pork, and beef. You can stuff meat with whole sprigs of rosemary, roast meat with sprigs, or use diced rosemary to add flavor. To make an all-purpose rub for any grilled, sautéed, stir fried, roasted, or broiled meat, combine.

Add it to cheesy dishes. Cheese and rosemary go together like peas in a pod, and there are many ways that you can spice up cheese-based meals with this herb. Add rosemary to a variety of dishes by sprinkling the finished product with 1 to 3 teaspoons (1 to 3 g) of the freshly diced herb.

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