Oct. 12, 2021
Rosemary is currently recognized as a plant with high antioxidant activity, and in the late 1960s and early 1970s German and Japanese scientists isolated extracts from rosemary with high antioxidant capacity.
The Institute of Botany of the Academy of Sciences successfully introduced rosemary in 1981 and extracted the aromatic oil from the stem and leaves of rosemary by C02 supercritical extraction to produce an edible antioxidant. The main antioxidant components in rosemary are syringic acid, syringol, rosmarinic acid, ursolic acid and rosmarinic acid.
1. It is also very effective against colds, bloating and obesity.
2. It is suitable for adding to dishes made from beef and lamb to relieve the fishy smell of beef and lamb.
3. Rosemary tea has a clearing aroma that enhances the function of the brain. It can improve headaches and enhance memory. For students who need to remember a lot, it is advisable to drink more rosemary tea.
4. Improves speech, visual and hearing impairments. Improves concentration. Treats rheumatic pain and strengthens the liver. Reduces blood sugar, helps with arteriosclerosis and rejuvenates paralysed limbs.
5. Eliminates gas and bloating. Enhances memory. Reduces headaches and improves hair loss. Also effective for colds, bloating, obesity, etc.
6. Treats rheumatic pain and strengthens the liver. Helps in the treatment of arteriosclerosis. Helps to rejuvenate paralyzed limbs.
7. Has a strong astringent effect. Tones greasy and unclean skin, promotes blood circulation and stimulates hair regeneration.
8. Possesses a clear-headed fragrance that enhances the functioning of the brain. Improves headaches and enhances memory.
Not suitable for pregnant women.