Rosemary properties: benefits and uses

Dr. Carmen Martínez assures, regarding rosemary, that it favors the recovery of respiratory diseases

Rosemary is a very versatile plant, rich in active principles and which has numerous medicinal properties, among others, differentiated therapeutic effects are attributed to it, such as cholagogue, choleretic (favors the synthesis of bile), diuretic, liver protector, anti-inflammatory, digestive, stomachic. , carminative, antispasmodic, antirheumatic, antimigraine, expectorant, tonic, slightly stimulating, antioxidant, flavoring, etc.

Dr. Carmen Martínez assures, regarding rosemary, that “it favors the recovery of respiratory and digestive diseases, having very beneficial antioxidant properties in addition to being used in the preparation of meals.”

Internal use of rosemary

Regarding its internal use, rosemary can be applied in the following cases:

Combined with other balsamic (expectorant) and antiseptic plants, it is used in herbal remedies to help treat and recover from respiratory illnesses and spring allergies.

It is intended to combat liver-type disorders, such as inflammation of the gallbladder and as support in inflammation of the liver or hepatitis. Due to its carminative properties, it favors the reduction of gases in the digestive tract and relieves stomach heaviness and meteorisms, especially taken as an infusion.