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Rosemary (rosmarinus officinalis) is native to the rocky Mediterranean coast. Rosmarinus means ‘sea dew’. Rosemary is easy to grow and will thrive in hot, sunny areas.

Rosemary is a versatile cooking herb, usually added to lamb or chicken dishes. It has a distinctive flavour popular in Mediterranean dishes, especially those containing onion and tomato.

Rosemary is also valued as a medicinal herb. It is attributed with the power to enhance memory, cure headaches and, when used as an inhalation the vapour can clear colds and sinus conditions.

When used as a rinse after shampooing, rosemary will benefit the scalp; add shine and a fresh pine- like scent.
Rosemary oil is one of the main ingredients in eau-de-cologne.

Rosemary was once used in place of incense at funerals and was a useful strewing herb as it is said to repel flies and fleas.

According to legend, the Virgin Mary draped her robe onto a rosemary bush during the flight through Egypt; the white flowers were then found to have turned blue. Legend also tells us that the rosemary bush will never exceed the height of Christ (150-80 centimetres) and that after thirty- three years the bushes will only increase in width.

In Elizabethan times, boxes made from the wood of the rosemary were popular wedding gifts. A sprig of rosemary given to your beloved was supposed to ensure fidelity.

A liniment made from the oil was said to have cured Queen Elizabeth of Hungary from a paralysis of her limbs. The liniment was called Hungary Water and the recipe for the cure is stored in the archives of the Imperial Library in Vienna.

Rosemary is the emblem of love, friendship and remembrance. It is popular at funerals for the mourners to carry a sprig of rosemary to represent their remembrance of the departed. It is also a popular symbol of remembrance of lost soldiers in war.

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