Traditional use of rosemary is as a cognitive stimulant; the ancient Greeks used it a lot for this purpose.

It was so effective that it was held in high regard for this alone. As a Mediterranean native, you can now find rosemary in homes across the world.

The green, aromatic nature of this herb brings warmth and strength into our lives.

Health Benefits of Rosemary

There is a broad range of health benefits that rosemary offers.

As an aromatic digestive, rosemary provides a gentle support to your digestive system. Stimulating appetite and encouraging the production of bile.

It can also help to relieve a variety of gastrointestinal complaints, including bloating, gas, indigestion, constipation, and cramping.

Rosemary is also a rich source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds. These provide support to both the immune system. Encouraging recovery from illness, especially in situations where stress is a major contributor to the illness.

The cardiovascular support this herb offers is substantial, helping with blood oxygenation, and improving poor circulation. 

There are also a lot of components in this medicinal herb that support cognition.

It stimulates your brain function and helps to improve memory performance. It also helps increase focus and alertness. Additionally, it helps to clear the mind, reducing anxiety, and improving your mood.

Energetics

Rosemary is a powerfully supportive herb with a stimulating and protective energy.

Its uplifting and unshakable essence makes it a perfect herb to stand by our side – strengthening and supporting us during our time of need.

Get this aromatic medicinal herb here.

Katherine Knott

Katherine is a certified naturopath and the founding director of Acorn and Oak.   She began studying Naturopathy when she was 18 years old and has practiced in both Melbourne and rural Victoria.  She has also studied 2 1/2 years of nursing and midwifery, but decided that she was happier to work with women as […]

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Nicki Stewart

Nicki has always been drawn to Holistic Health and she follows in her mother’s footsteps who is a Reflexologist and Natural Therapist. Nicki was inspired to study Herbal Medicine after attending one of Dr. Sandi Rogers’ (Naturopath, Director of National College of Traditional Medicine and former President of Australian Traditional Medicine Society) seminars on ‘Fruits […]

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Kate Pool

All Kinesiology and Mind Body Medicine appointments are available both in person and online with our very own Kinesiologist. Kate began her wellness journey in her early 20’s, after no longer being able to ignore that niggling feeling that she wasn’t on her true path, or being her true authentic self. Through crystal chakra healing, […]

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Ebony Hamilton

Ebony is a qualified Myotherapist with specialised training in pre & postnatal care and over 12 years of experience in assessing and treating pregnant women. Ebony can help provide relief & education for a range of pregnancy-related musculoskeletal issues as well as help you prepare your body for labour and birth with safe and effective evidence-based practices. Ebony is passionate […]

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Christine Wilson

About Christine Christine specializes in holistic counselling and is committed to finding more compassionate and effective ways to help people feel mentally well. She has worked in adult and paediatric mental health in Melbourne and Ballarat, and in education settings delivering student support programs. Taking a holistic approach to care, Christine guides clients to uncover […]

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Alyce Beaton

Alyce is qualified naturopath in Ballarat who loves supporting people on their health journey. Alyce believes optimising and restoring health first and foremost begins with food as medicine and creating healthy lifestyle habits. She is passionate about providing a safe, non judgement environment and endeavours to support her clients with strategies they can implement into […]

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