Growing and caring for rosemary at home
Growing rosemary at home will not take you much time, since this plant is considered unpretentious. Having planted it, you will certainly notice what a pleasant aroma it emits, which at the same time has a phytoncidal effect.
Most of all, people know rosemary medicinal, characterized by medicinal properties, which are widely used both in medicine and cosmetic purposes. For example, rosemary for hair, or rather its essential oil, improves blood circulation in the scalp, eliminates dandruff and has a tonic effect.
Growing rosemary at home
- loves sunny places
- avoid sudden changes in temperature
- the leaves of the plant need to be periodically sprayed
- excessive watering is contraindicated for him
- use mineral fertilizers as top dressing
Rosemary, which is widely used in folk medicine, is used for the prevention and treatment of rheumatism, anemia, bronchial asthma, tonsillitis, pharyngitis, colds.
But, of course, none of these diseases can be cured with rosemary alone, as it is an adjunct to the course of treatment. Therefore, be sure to consult your doctor!
Among people, this plant is better known not as an indoor flower, but as a rosemary herb. Indeed, dried leaves will give your dishes a unique taste and unforgettable aroma. The spice is suitable for meat and fish dishes, mushrooms, vegetables (potatoes, tomatoes, zucchini). In general, you can experiment, getting all kinds of flavor combinations.