Uses: Once used as a strewing herb in jails and courtrooms to
prevent the spread of Typhus and burned in the chambers of the sick
to purify the air.
Rosemary tea has been
used as an antiseptic mouthwash and is considered to be effective
in treating bad breath.
It has a reputation
as a hair rinse, a treatment for scalp problems and may help to
reduce hair loss.
Believed to increase
circulation and relieve the pain of rheumatism and aching joints.
An antispasmodic, it
is used to treat coughs and headaches. It is also used to aid in
the digestion of fats and to relieve the system of gases.