As we move into colder winter months, one of the most wonderful tea you can enjoy is rosemary herbal tea. This warming and savory drink seems to conjure up feelings of both autumn and Christmas, and is the perfect drink to accompany celebratory meals and festivities. This week I’d like to share the many benefits of rosemary herbal tea with you to encourage you to try it for yourself and see why this timeless classic is a favorite among many herbal tea enthusiasts.
Rosemary Herbal Tea
This fragrant evergreen shrub has been used for countless centuries as a way to purify the air where people have fallen ill because of it’s natural antiseptic properties and beautiful aroma. As a tea, the fragrance is preserved and it fills the nose as the tea is sipped.
For people in many areas, rosemary is an easy and low-maintenance plant to grow. Being able to pick fresh rosemary leaves for use in herbal tea or your favorite culinary creation is a real treat!
The medicinal properties of rosemary are varied, so this is a great herb to have on hand.
Healing Properties Of Rosemary Herbal Tea
Rosemary is known for its ability to increase circulation and promote blood flow. For this reason it can bring warmth to the arms and legs, increase blood flow to the surface of the skin, and ensure that the brain is getting enough blood as well.
Rosemary is a great relaxant that brings feelings of well-being and warmth to the entire body. When nerves or anxiety cause tension headaches, rosemary tea can come to the rescue and alleviate both the cause and effect.
As mentioned above, rosemary increases the flow of nourishing blood to the surface of the skin, and it has some pretty amazing antioxidant and antiseptic properties. For these reasons, rosemary herbal tea makes an effective drink and topical skin wash to minimize the signs of aging, prevent breakouts, and cleanse the skin of impurities. Using the last few teaspoons of your freshly brewed rosemary tea as a facial skin tonic is a great way to see the benefits this herb offers. Make sure the tea has cooled to body temperature before applying gently with a soft cloth. Allow it to air dry.
Enjoy! And if you have any favorite uses for rosemary herbs, use the comments section below to share them with us!