Welcome to Kirsten's Herbal Garden...ROSEMARY
Rosemary in Malibu, CA (Photo: K.Anderberg, 2008)
Flowering Rosemary in Seattle, 2007 (Photo: K.Anderberg)
2 1/2 c. distilled water ** 1 t. fresh mint leaves ** 1 t. rosemary leaves ** 1 t. anise seeds
Boil water, then remove from heat and add all ingredients. Let steep (sit) for 20 minutes. Cool, strain, use as mouthwash.
Boil a pint of water, then take off the heat, add a handful of rosemary and let it sit an hour. Then strain and use as a final hair rinse after washing.
1 cup hot milk * 1/2 cup mint leaves * 6 sprigs of rosemary * 2 t peppermint extract
In a pan, simmer milk, mint, and rosemary for 15 minutes. Take off the heat, and cool. Strain, then stir in extract. Soak a clean cloth with the mixture, and apply to feet, wrapping it around feet. You can cover them with plastic after this if you want. Makes enough for one application.
1 rosemary sprig, crumbled * 1 clove garlic, minced * 1 T oil * 1 T coarse sea salt
Mix together and sprinkle over bread or pretzel dough and bake.
Abbreviations: (t. = teaspoon, T. = Tablespoon, c. = cup)
DISCLAIMER: Do not eat or drink tea from any plant you have not fully studied and identified properly. Please consult with your local alternative herbal care specialist before using herbs you are not familiar with.
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