Rosemary Dried Leaves
From the abode of snow, Aromatic Himalayas brings for you the authentic Rosemary leaves. Cultivated in the middle of Himalayan hills, these rosemary leaves are aromatically rich.
Full of pleasant and soothing fragrance, these rosemary leaves will surely become a cherished addition to your culinary collection.
A gift of goodness straight from the Himalayas, often referred to as the treasure of herbs.
- 100% Natural – Made in Himachal Pradesh (India).
- Hand Plucked and shade dried
- Whole herb
- Weedicide and Pesticide free cultivation
- Processed in small Batches
- This Product is developed under technical guidance of CSIR IHBT.
Healing Properties of Rosemary:
Rosemary is not only known for its taste and smell, it is also renowned for the many health benefits it possesses. A good source of iron, calcium and vitamins A, C, and B-6, rosemary has been used for its medicinal purposes for centuries.
Rosemary may help with the following:
- High in antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory compounds
The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity of rosemary is largely attributed to its polyphenolic compounds like rosmarinic acid and carnosic acid. Rosemary leaves are employed in traditional medicine for their antibacterial and wound healing effects.
- May help lower your blood sugar
Rosemary tea contains compounds that may help lower high blood sugar levels by exerting insulin-like effects and boosting the absorption of glucose into muscle cells.
- May improve your memory and concentration
Consuming and inhaling compounds in rosemary have been shown to reduce anxiety, boost mood, and improve concentration and memory. Both smelling and drinking rosemary tea may offer these benefits, but more research is needed.
- May support brain health
Rosemary contains an ingredient called carnosic acid, which can fight off damage by free radicals in the brain and may significantly help prevent brain aging.
- May protect vision and eye health
Rosemary tea may contain compounds that can help protect your vision as you age by slowing the progression and severity of diseases like cataracts and age-related macular degeneration.
- May promote hair growth.
Some people claim that using homemade rosemary tisane as a hair rinse promotes hair growth, but research is lacking. Some studies suggest that rosemary oil or extract can reduce hair loss but has to be applied to the scalp
How to use :
- While rosemary blends well with other herbs, use it lightly on its own in lamb, pork, chicken, and veal dishes, as well as in soups and stews, vegetables, and sauces
Rosemary provides a wonderful flavour in breads and makes a good marinade with olive oil, wine, and garlic
Rosemary’s aromatic qualities also enhance a bath, bouquet, wreath, or sachet
Storage: Store in the pouch or transfer to an airtight container, kept in cool dark place. If not consumed immediately it should be stored in the refrigerator.
Material : Dry Rosemary leaves
Packaging : Craft Paper Bags, easily Resealable- best to preserve its delightful Aroma
Rosemary Tea Recipe
1 cup (250 mL) of water
1/2 tablespoon of dried Rosemary Leaves dried
Tea pincer or infuser (optional)
- Bring water to a rolling boil in a large saucepan.
- Place the Rosemary Leaves in a tea infuser basket or tea pincer and place in a tea cup.
- Pour the boiling water into the cup.
- Steep the Rosemary leaves in the hot water for 8 to 10 minutes. The longer you steep, the stronger the flavor will become.
- Remove the tea infuser or strain the loose leaves using a fine mesh strainer.
- Enjoy as is or add flavorings such as honey, sugar, or lemon.
Note: It’s important to keep the cup covered while steeping so that you don’t lose any potent health-promoting aromatics and essential oils.
Garlic- Rosemary Butter
8 tablespoon butter
2 tablespoon ground rosemary
2 pinches black pepper
2 cloves crushed garlic
- To prepare this yummy butter recipe, take a large bowl and add butter to it. Beat it well till creamy.
- Stir in ground rosemary, crushed garlic along with black pepper powder in the bowl and whisk well.
- Cover the bowl with cling film wrap and put it in the refrigerator for about an hour to set the butter.
- When done, take out the bowl and cut into pieces and enjoy with toasts.
Note: The butter will keep in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks or in the freezer for up to 1 month.
Melt and use as a sauce for grilled meats and fish.
Toss with steamed vegetables, freshly cooked rice or pasta.
Garnish a hot baked/cooked potato.
Melt and toss with bread cubes and then toast to make croutons.