The plant parts, especially flower tops contain Phenolic anti-oxidant Rosmarinic Acid as well as numerous health benefiting volatile essential oils such as Cineol, Camphene, Borneol, Bornyl Acetate, α-Pinene amongst others.

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These compounds are known to have rubefacient (counterirritant), anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, anti-fungal and anti-septic properties

Use sprigs for roasting, grilling or on the barbeque. One of the more traditional uses for rosemary is as an accompaniment to lamb. You can make rosemary flavoured oil or vinegars. The flowers can be used in desserts, sprinkled over ice cream or mousses

An evergreen woody-based perennial with small aromatic leaves and terminal whorls of small, 2-lipped, tubular, purple, pink or white flowers in late spring or summer. Easy to grow in most well-drained alkaline to neutral soils in full sun. Dislikes winter wet