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Product Description Nature's Answer Rosemary Leaves 1 oz Key Features ROSEMARY LEAF EXTRACT: Contains a variety of active natural antioxidant constituents. Naturally Promotes Hair Growth, Scalp Restoration as well as overall Skin Health. PURE / PURITY: Made From 2000 mg Concentrated Rosemary Leaf ORGANIC ALCOHOL: Low Organic Alcohol, nonGMO, Kosher certified, & Gluten Free QUALITY YOU CAN TRUST: Since 1972 Nature's Answer continues to combine the best of traditional herbal remedies, vitamins and minerals with innovative scientific techniques and phytopharmaceutical manufacturing to deliver supplements of the finest quality and value for the entire family 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION: We back our products up with a 100% Money Back Guarantee. There's absolutely no risk to you when you order now. If you aren't completely satisfied, simply contact us and you will get a full product refund. Ingredients Rosemary Leaf (Rosmarinus officinalis) Extract, Purified Water, 12-15% Certified Organic Alcohol, Vegetable Glycerin Warnings Directions/Uses As a dietary supplement take 1-2 mL (approx. 28-56 drops) 2-3 times a day in a small amount of water.

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Rosemary seed germination takes 15-25 days. Germinating rosemary seeds is easiest when these herb seeds are sown in a light, well-draining soil. The seeds need warmth to germinate, so use of a heat mat is recommended. Rosemary is a popular choice for flavoring meats and soups. It has a fragrant aroma and the leaves on rosemary sprigs have a warm, tangy flavor. To add zest to grilled beef, chicken, or ribs, toss leaves over hot charcoal. Sow Easy seeds are pelleted with an all-natural coating made from a mix of clay, perlite, and FDA-approved food coloring. This coating adds some bulk to small seeds and stands out in the soil, making direct sowing and accurate spacing easier than ever. However, the coating does add a few days to the germination time when compared to uncoated seed.

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100% Pure & Natural Rosemary Essential Oil Botanical Name: rosmarinus officinalis Rosemary, which means "dew of the sea," is one of the most well-known and most beneficial essential oils in aromatherapy. It's a very powerful, a little bit goes a long way. Its uses are widespread - from vanquishing sluggishness to helping mental clarity just to name a few. Sacred to Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and found in First Dynasty tombs, Rosemary was revered for its purifying properties and contributions to general wellness. A Saxon manuscript described its use as: “For the sickly, take this wort rosemary, pound it with oil, smear the sickly one, wonderfully thou healest him.” Uses of Rosemary Essential Oil For healthy-looking hair mix equal parts Rosemary oil and Jojoba oil with a little Basil oil. Brush through hair each night from scalp to the ends. Add a few drops to skin care products to help improve the appearance dull, tired-looking skin. Diffuse in a water-based diffuser or vaporizer to improve the scent of a room, purify spaces, encourage mental clarity and banish forgetfulness. Add 10-15 drops Rosemary oil to a warm, soothing bath. Relax and soak sore muscles. Skip your afternoon coffee and apply a few drops of Rosemary and Peppermint oil with a carrier oil (such as Safflower, Sunflower or Jojoba) and rub on neck and shoulders for a natural pick-me-up. Try breathing in Rosemary deeply to encourage creativity and inspiration. Place a cloth with a few drops of Rosemary in drawers to keep moths and vermin away. Plus your clothes will smell great. Background & Details This oil is sourced from Spain History and Background Rosemary is one of the oldest plants reported to be used for medicines, food, and religious ceremonies. From protective fumes during the Plague in the Middle Ages, to powerful apothecary remedies during the Renaissance, to burning plants at ancient Grecian burial sites. In cosmetics, Rosemary was an ingredient included in one of the first commercially-sold face creams in Britain back in the 17th Century. In Chinese medicine, warm/dry action, fire element, excellent yang tonic, promotes circulation of Qi and blood, energizes Heart Qi. Psychologically, promotes self-worth and strong, healthy ego, boosts confidence and morale, warms one’s Spirit. As the herb of remembrance, helps recall loved ones and to remember our own true path. Stimulates the 6th chakra. Physical Description Rosemary oil is colorless to pale yellow in color. Aromatic Description This oil's aroma is strong, fresh, minty-camphoraceous, balsamic, and slightly woody. Biological Makeup and Components pinenes, camphene, limonene, cineol (40%), borneal with camphor (10%), linalol, terpineol, octanone, bornyl acetate. Extraction Technique For the best quality, Rosemary essential oil is extracted by steam distillation of the fresh, flowering tops of the plant. Normally the oil is of lesser quality if made from the whole plants. Information for Aromatherapists Rosemary is a top note, blending well with Lavender, Lavandin, Citronella, Oregano, Thyme, Pine, Basil, Peppermint, Elemi, Cedarwood, Petitgrain, Cinnamon and other spice oils. Safety Info Our Rosemary essential oil is 100% pure and natural. It is free of any chemicals, pesticides, synthetic perfumes, fillers, or carrier oils. Cautions Use only in a dilution. For external use only, do not ingest. Do not use during pregnancy or if you are breast feeding, if you have high blood pressure, or if you have fever. Not for children under 2 years, epileptics. Avoid direct contact with eyes. Always keep essential oils out of reach of children. Keep this oil tightly closed and store away from direct sunlight and heat. Additional Safety Information National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy Essential Oil Safety Information from University of Minnesota Read: Essential Oil Safety from Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young

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Description Rosemary is much more than an aromatic herb that tastes good on potatoes and roasted lamb. It’s also one of the most powerful herbs and essential oils on the planet. Native to the Mediterranean, the wooded evergreen has been used in folk medicine for thousands of years to: Improve memory, Soothe digestive uses, Relieve muscle aches and painsThe Rosemary Oil concentrate is steam distilled & unrefined. Nourish & invigorate hair and skin as well as boost brain function for men and women of all ages. Boosts cognitive health especially concentration focus and memory retention. Energizing oil lifts mood fighting fatigue forgetfulness and aids in pain relief. Helps heal acne scars & stretch marks while smoothing cellulite wrinkles & fine lines.Rosemary has a herbaceous, sweet, and slightly camphoric aroma that is clarifying and invigorating. It is a stimulant and used to help sharpen memory and clear the mind as well as increase mental awareness. It can aid in increasing circulation and relieving pain in the joints. Rosemary is also said to help control dandruff, oily scalp and skin, acne, and is said to encourage hair growth. Latin name: Rosmarinus officinalisCountry of origin: MoroccoPart of the plant: Leaves, twigs, flowersObtained by: Steam distilledMain biochemical components*: Beta-thujone, camphor, 1,8 cineoleProperties: Analgesic, antidepressant, digestive, nervine, stimulant, astringent, antimicrobial. Science Aromas of rosemary and lavender essential oils differentially affect cognition and mood in healthy adults The effects of lavender and rosemary essential oils on test-taking anxiety among graduate nursing students

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Tender Perennial.Rosmarinus officinalis. This upright 2', shrubby evergreen produces needle-like leaves that are used fresh or dried on poultry, meats and seafood. Please be advised that Rosemary from seed is well known as being difficult to grow as it has a low germination rate and is also slow to germinate. SHIPPING Seed Untreated 1 Ounce: On backorder PACKAGING Approximately 292,640 seeds per pound CULTURE Germination days: 14 - 21 days Weeks indoor: 16 - 18 weeks

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Freshly dried and fine cut... Organic Rosemary Leaf Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis Origin: US grown Organic: Yes Size Available: Loose:1 ounce=about 1 cup 1/2 pound=8 ounces=about 8 cups 1 pound=16 ounces=about 16 cups. Pre-filled tea bags Caffeine-free: No Notes: The cut leaves or needles of rosemary, the familiar woody perennial that is used for its flavor and as a decorative plant in many cottage gardens. Rosemary leaves have a slightly bitter and astringent flavor, with a characteristic aroma, and are used to flavor stuffing and meats and for smoking on the grill.

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2nd year maturity. Rosemary Culinary Herb Seeds. Salvia rosmarinus. Non-GMO. Heirloom. A woody and cold-hardy perennial known to live 15-20 years, culinary rosemary is one of the most persistent and wide-spreading herbs in the garden. Unlike other herbs that lose scent when dried and stored, the thin conifer-like rosemary leaves boast a fragrant-rich oil that retains aroma long after harvest. An ideal aromatic, savory, and drought tolerant ornamental. ~14,000 seeds/oz. Download Free Herb Growing Guide PDF Growing Non-GMO Rosemary Culinary Herb Seeds Read Full Rosemary Herb Growing Guide Latin Name: Salvia rosmarinus Hardiness Zone: Annual 2-11 (Perennial 6-10) Days to Maturity: 2nd year maturity Days to Germination: 14-28 Seeding Depth: Press into soil without covering Plant Spacing: 36-48" Row Spacing: 36-48" Plant Height: 36-48" Growth Habit: Woody and herbaceous spreading shrub Soil Preference: Average, loose, sandy, well-drained Temperature Preference: 40-65 °F Light Preference: Full sun Rosemary Color: Sage-green leaves, woody stems, pink, violet, indigo flowers Rosemary Flavor: Fragrant, woodsy, aromatic mint, pine-like, citrus, floral Pests and Diseases: Once established, rosemary as few known pests. Susceptible to mold and mildew caused by oversaturation in poorly ventilated and poorly drained gardens. How to Grow Rosemary Culinary Herb from Seed Rosemary is a cold-hardy herb able to overwinter outdoors in zone 7 and warmer. Begin indoors 8-10 weeks prior to final frost date. Plant 3-4 seeds .25” deep per cell, transplanting to slightly dry but well-drained soil in full sun. Germinates in 14-28 days, thinning to 1 plant per pot or every 24-48” in the garden. If keeping indoors or on patio, try growing rosemary in a terra cotta container to allow for proper drainage, saturation, and airflow of soil. Susceptible to powdery mildew and root rot from humidity, overwatering, and poor circulation. Like many herbs and flowers, rosemary seeds benefit from a process of cold stratification, which simulates a brief winter dormancy that the seeds would otherwise experience if having been grown in the wild. Simply place the packet of seeds in the freezer for anywhere from 2-6 weeks prior to sowing to artificially cold stratify. Rosemary can grow without first being cold stratified, but you will greatly notice a reduced germination rate, increased days to germination, and thinner, less robust plants. Rosemary Culinary Seeds in the Herb Garden Perennial Mediterranean herbs such as lavender and thyme require the dry, rocky, and shallow soils native to the region and promise to thrive in any garden able to offer such conditions. Rosemary is widely grown in pots and containers because they offer the thorough and reliable drainage necessary for plants to thrive perennially. If growing in a container, try blending even parts sand and perlite into the potting soil before transplanting for even better drainage. Soil is best if allowed to dry out between watering because Salvia rosmarinus is susceptible to mold, mildew, and rot in humid and poorly drained gardens. Unlike fruit-bearing crops such as tomatoes and eggplants, rosemary is not a heavy feeder and generally performs well without the use of fertilizers. Rosemary does best in slightly acidic soil with a pH of about 6.0-7.0. Harvesting Rosemary Culinary Herb Unlike lavender which is almost strictly grown and harvested for its fragrant blooms, rosemary is harvested for its perennially aromatic stems and can be harvested as needed nearly any time of year, not just spring or summer. Harvesting rosemary follows the same basic guidelines as pruning or propagating and experienced gardeners will often take the opportunity to prune, propagate, and harvest all from the same cuttings. While many herbs can lose their fragrance with maturity, rosemary is known to maintain it even under a pile of winter snow. If harvesting for culinary use, it's recommended to only harvest smaller and newer growth since these younger cuttings will be less woody, more tender, while boasting a more refined fragrance. About Rosemary Culinary Herb Seeds Salvia rosmarinus. (2nd Year Maturity) Rosemary is a perennial herb that grows upright into a profusion of fragrant needle leaves. It is used in cooking and bread, making fragrant oils and soaps. Rosemary is high in vitamin B6, iron, and calcium. Wrap a bunch and hang it to dry in your kitchen to liven up your cooking area. Rosemary is drought tolerant, loves full sun, and grows back vigorously after cutting. Sow directly into the soil or in pots a few centimeters down in a location that gets full sun. Keep at about 60° F for 2-3 weeks until germination. Keep seeds evenly moist during germination. Plants should be spaced about 3 feet apart. Grows 3 to 4 feet tall. Rosemary plants are warm tender perennials native to regions in the Mediterranean. As an evergreen with needle-like leaves and woody stems, Rosemary matures as a cold-hardy perennial during its second season—potentially living up to 20 years! Due to its floral sap with hints of citrus, Rosemary is used as a culinary herb or for aromatherapy with its fragrant sage-green sprigs. Rosemary Culinary Herb Seeds Per Package 2 g - Packet - Approx 1,000 Seeds 1 oz - Wholesale - Approx 14,000 Seeds 4 oz - Wholesale - Approx 56,000 Seeds Non-GMO Rosemary Culinary Herb seeds are available for Fast Free Shipping on orders over $45.

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By Rosemary Gladstar Craft a soothing aloe lotion after an encounter with poison ivy, make a dandelion-burdock tincture to fix sluggish digestion, and brew up some lavender-lemon balm tea to ease a stressful day. In this introductory guide, Rosemary Gladstar shows you how easy it can be to make your own herbal remedies for life’s common ailments. Gladstar profiles 33 common healing plants and includes advice on growing, harvesting, preparing, and using herbs in healing tinctures, oils, and creams. Stock your medicine cabinet full of all-natural, low-cost herbal preparations. Paperback - 224 pp

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dried rosemary bundles - rosemary smudge stick - rosemary smudge bundle - smudge kit - smudge bowl - smudge stick - 8" smudge stick Listing is includes: 1 (one) ~ 8" Dried Rosemary bundle Other Smudging Products: https://www.etsy.com/shop/NewMoonBeginnings?section_id=16057224&ref=shopsection_leftnav_9 Rosemary: Brings about mental clarity and calmness by allowing you to ’let go’ of any negative thoughts. Great for mediators. Rosemary was well known to ancient practitioners. It was an herb known for strengthening the memory and helping the brain. Eventually, it also became associated with the fidelity of lovers, and was presented to wedding guests as a gift. In 1607, Roger Hacket said, "Speaking of the powers of rosemary, it overtoppeth all the flowers in the garden, boasting man's rule. burn rosemary to rid a home of negative energy, or as an incense while you meditate. Hang bundles on your front door to keep harmful people, from entering. How to use: Burn your rosemary stick and let the smoke permeate and cleanse. Waft the smoke with the feather so that the smoke cleanses the entire room. Once done, snuff out the fire against an abalone shell, store away in included pouch and save for later use. **Please make sure that a smudge stick is COMPLETELY out before leaving the area unattended** Burning Instructions: Light the wand from the top end and place the burning wand on a safe surface. Keep out of reach of children, animals and flammable material.

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Unearth the energizing and restorative benefits of Rosemary with this Around The World essential oil. Sourced from five different farms scattered across two continents, the five Rosemary oils unite into one to provide unsurpassed therapeutic results. Its earthy and clean aroma help stimulate cognitive function while clearing away mental fatigue. Rich in antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties often used in skincare, this Around The World oil also helps support the respiratory and immune functions of the body to help build a firm foundation for overall health.

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