Common names: Rosemary is an evergreen, shrubby herb that grows to a height of 1 to 2 m, with a unique aromatic odour and a camphoraceous undertone. The main properties of rosemary are anti-inflammatory, astringent, carminative expectorant, nervine, emmenagogue, therapeutic, tonic and stimulant. Rosemary leaves increase circulation, reduce headaches and have antibacterial and antifungal properties, and improve food absorption by stimulating digestion, the liver, intestinal tract, and the gallbladder. It also is used in antiseptic gargles for sore throats, gum problems and canker sores. Rosemary is used in cosmetics, pharmaceutical & therapeutic, food & flavouring and many more.