This Fresh Rosemary Spagyric Essence Per Destillatio is made with wildharvested Rosemary. Vintage: 05/17/17. Rosmarinus offinalis is also known as dew of the sea, elf leaf, incensier, compass weed, or polar plant. Our Spagyric Essences Per Destillatio are made through repetitive herbal macerations and distillations until the Veg Mercury is strongly scented and flavored with the volatile sulfur of the Herb. Fixed Sulfur is calcined and turned to Salt of Sulfur and added to Veg Mercury and digested until done.
Historically, Rosemary has been used for culinary purposes, antimicrobial and antioxidant effects, hair loss, arthritis, nephropathy, mental tiredness, fibromyalgia, gum disease, low blood pressure, cough, eczema, gas, gout, headache, indigestion, and liver/gallbladder problems. In TCM it is known as Mi Die Xiang, and has historically been used to improve blood flow, lower blood pressure, reduce muscle spasms, promote menses, promote healing, for colds, flu, asthma, sore throat, memory, dementia, Alzheimer’s, chronic anxiety, depression, and to support the immune system.
We make no claims as to the uses or efficacy of this product. There may be an enormous difference between what the herb has historically been used for and how any particular Spagyric Preparation of the herb can be used.
We aim to begin using IDF Analysis to provide IDF data of the detected phytochemicals and uses of each of our items of Spagyric Pharmacopoeia. Purchases of this product help to fund this enormous research project.
Frey, M. (March 2020). The Health Benefits of Rosemary. https://www.verywellfit.com/rosemary-health-benefits-4587436
Rosemary (Mi Die Xiang). https://www.whiterabbitinstituteofhealing.com/herbs/rosemary/
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