Rosemary Leaf is whole, and sold by the ounce.
Rosemary Leaf comes from an evergreen shrub that can grow up to 6 feet tall.
It has woody branches and strongly aromatic needle like foliage.
A dense covering of small, tubular, two lipped flowers (usually pale blue but occasionally dark blue or pink) appear in the spring.
The Ancients were well acquainted with the shrub, which had a reputation for strengthening the memory.
On this account it became the emblem of fidelity for lovers.
It holds a special position among herbs from the symbolism attached to it.
Not only was it used at weddings, but also at funerals, for decking churches and banqueting halls at festivals, as incense in religious ceremonies, and in magical spells.
Deities: Elves, Sea Spirits
Basic Powers: Purification, love, intellectual protection.
Wear Rosemary Leaf to aid in memory. Hung in home to ward of thieves.
It is used in all sea rituals and used in sachets designed to ensure safe passage on the water.
Use in ritual baths and purification.
It is used in tea for increasing the power of memory.
It is also a funeral herb.
Hot infusions of Rosemary Leaf is made for colds, influenza, rheumatic pains, and indigestion.
A stimulating drink for fatigue or headaches.
Use a compress for sprains.
Add essential oil to the bath to soothe aches and pains.
The massage oil can be used for aching joints and muscles.
It can also be used on the scalp to stimulate hair growth, or on the temples for headaches.
A classic Rosemary Leaf is used for flavoring of lamb, stews, chicken, and casseroles.
It is added to marinades, vinegar, oil, and dressings.
Infusions of Rosemary Leaf is used as hair rinses for dandruff or dry hair and added to lotions and other toiletries.
Essential oil is used in perfumes.
Rosemary Leaf Compress for Sprains
Make a hot infusion by steeping 2 tbsp dried rosemary in cups almost boiling water.
Steep for 10 minutes.
Soak a cotton pad in it and apply to sprains, alternating it between ice packs.
NOTE: Although there are medical usage notations provided for Rosemary Leaf listed above, we are not doctors, and do not provide this educational information as medical advice. We suggest you consult with a physician or certified herbalist if you are seeking medical remedies. The information provided above is strictly informational, and not meant or intended as medical advice. The Magick Moon, nor its employees shall be held responsible, or liable for the misuse of herbs listed in this section.
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