Rosemary, more formally known as Rosmarinus Officinalis, is a strong-scented plant commonly featured in many household kitchens. The plant is native to a variety of regions throughout the world. It is a popular element of various cosmetic products and is often featured in food and drink recipes . In ancient cultures, it was believed to effectively reduce muscle spasms, promote hair growth, and soothe respiratory ailments . Today, its potential therapeutic benefits are attributed to its Rosmarinic Acid content, which is hypothesized to have antioxidant capabilities . However, this characteristic has been attributed to Rosmarinic Acid, not necessarily Rosemary on its own. Some people report Rosemary to have a relaxing scent .
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With a Meal on an As Needed Basis
300-400 mg per serving
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