The use of rosemary for culinary and medicinal purposes dates back to the ancient Greeks and Romans. Due to its antiseptic, anti-spasmodic, and sedative properties, rosemary is good for people with infections and digestive problems. Research has also shown that it inhibits carcinogen, making it one of the best foods to avoid cancer. Its aromatic scent makes it a staple in low-sodium diets as it adds flavor without the sodium content. This wondrous herb goes well with any type of food.
Fresh Tips: Fresh rosemary can be stored in a plastic bag or a glass of water inside the fridge. For the dried variety, store in an airtight container away from heat and sunlight.