Rosemary Materia Medica


Rosemary has been used in herbal medicine for thousands of years, becoming especially prized as a medicinal agent during the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Its medicinal virtues can be extracted using water or alcohol and is considered to exert the following therapeutic actions: stimulant; tonic; nervine; cephalic; antispasmodic; anodyne; diaphoretic; stomachic; carminative; cholagogue; emmenagogue; astringent. Rosemary, mildly antimicrobial and antiviral, was used in medieval times to protect against plague.

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20 pages excerpted from Berkowsky’s Synthesis Materia Medica/Spiritualis of Essential Oils.

Miasm: Psoric
Sefirot: Keter/Daat Interface
Constitutional Type: Neurasthenia
Spiritual PhytoEssencing Core Perspectives: history and plant characteristics; herbal and aromatherapy perspectives; homeopathic remedy Rosmarinus; hydrogen and homeopathic remedy Hydrogen; homeopathic remedy Aqua marina; nerve-sense system and spirit body; light organism; liver, warmth organization and arterial circulation; neurasthenia; Psoric miasm; Keter/Daat Interface.

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