Rosemary is not only an ornamental plant that has a pleasant scent but also very aromatic and medicinal herb.
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a Mediterranean plant known from ancient times as a garnish, spice, and medicine. In the past, it has been attributed to have a rejuvenate functioning and to act against evil spirits.
Rosemary grows in coastal areas as a shrub, while in other areas is cultivated in gardens or large pots. It belongs to the evergreen perennial hotter regions, it blossoms in March and April but is sensitive to low temperatures.

Rosemary agrees great with Mediterranean meals, but this herb can make and tasty drink that stimulates metabolism and melts fat.

Apart from the addition of dishes, rosemary can also be made of a hot tea-like tea that has special benefits to the digestive system. If you consume it after eating, it relaxes the muscles of this part of the body, lowers the stuffing, lowers the gas and cramps.
Tea of rosemary improves digestion and allows you to make the most of the most important ingredients of the food so that the low-calorie diet keeps the body in a healthy condition.


2 teaspoon dried rosemary
300 ml boiling water
1 grapefruit


Soak the dried rosemary into the boiling water and let stand in it for 5 minutes. The simplest is if you put it in filter tea. Then drain the water, wash it well the grapefruit. Squeeze the juice of half a grapefruit and mix it with the tea of rosemary and the other half chop it to pieces and so add it to the potion. Cheers!
Why choose exactly this recipe?

Rosemary is healthy Mediterranean herb with antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects. It is an excellent source of vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K and has a positive impact on the entire body, especially the health of the brain, liver, and heart. Let us not forget its power to speed up metabolism and flattering stomach!