Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) is a very branched, aromatic semi-shrub, which grows from one to three meters in height, woody only in the lower part, with thick leaves bent down at the edges.

The leaves have a very short petiole, are narrowly lance-shaped, leathery, dark green, a little rough on top, whitish on the bottom, with a white stripe. The flower is pale blue and double-lipped. The plant blooms twice a year, in April and September.

Growing wild in the Mediterranean climate, for the Romans this plant was a symbol of regeneration, stability and rejuvenation, and its use in cosmetics dates back centuries. According to European regulations, medicinal leaves and essential oil obtained by distillation of rosemary leaves are official. It contains rosmarinic and chlorogenic acid, flavonoids, tricyclic diterpenes and some triterpenes. Rosmarinic acid has a strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect. Hepatoprotective and diuretic effects have been proven, so it is used for digestive problems, bile problems and spasms, flatulence and slow digestion, and rheumatic diseases.

Price in EUR:

Styrofoam container with 60 holes: 0.50
Styrofoam container with 160 holes: 0.15
FI10: 1.50
FI14: 3.00

Price in HRK:

Styrofoam container with 60 holes: 3.77
Styrofoam container with 160 holes: 1.13
FI10: 11.30
FI14: 22.60

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