Sunday, March 30, 2014

Rosemary kills Cancer

Rosemary as herbs kills greater than 90% of cervical cancer cells and liver cancer cells in vitro

Rosemary as herbs kills greater than 90% of cervical cancer cells and liver cancer cells in vitro

 Add dried rosemary to your beef burgers (or any meat burgers) to combat carcinogens (cancer causing agents) and because it gives the burgers an even more fabulous taste. 

Try to add rosemary whenever you prepare charred or browned meat. Rosemary is a potent antioxidant. It combats the carcinogens (HCA’s) that are formed when meat is browned or gets charred and crusty. It’s a great idea to add rosemary any time you are trying to get a good crisp on meat but especially important when char grilling.

Rosemary Benefits

The wonderful smell of rosemary is often associated with good food and great times. But it could just as easily be associated with good health. Rosemary contains substances that are useful for stimulating the immune system, increasing circulation, and improving digestion. Rosemary also contains anti-inflammatory compounds that may make it useful for reducing the severity of asthma attacks. In addition, rosemary has been shown to increase the blood flow to the head and brain, improving concentration. So, the next time you enhance the flavor of some special dish with rosemary.

More Benefits of Rosemary

  • Migraine Treatment Boiling the herb in a pot of water for 5-10 minutes, and inhaling the steam for 10 minutes helps improve blood circulation in the brain, relieve the pain and inflammation of a migraine, and enhance your mood.
  • Pain and Inflammation Relief Arthritis sufferers can massage diluted rosemary oil directly onto sore joints for immediate relief.
  • Immune System Booster Rosemary contains antioxidants and anti-bacterial compounds. Drink rosemary tea during cold and flu season and use rosemary oil in a diffuser in your home.
  • Digestion Improvement Rosemary helps stimulate the appetite and helps your digestive system to better absorb nutrients from the foods consumed. The herb also has natural antibacterial properties, helping calm and relieve stomach infections.
  • Better Respiration Rosemary, eaten regularly, improves blood circulation and soothes lung inflammation. For relief from chest congestion, rub diluted rosemary oil on the chest and neck.
  • Regulates Menstrual Cycle Rosemary contains essential minerals such as calcium and iron to improve blood circulation and B-complex vitamins to help relieve irritability and anxiety during the menstrual cycle.
  • Anti-Aging Rosemary has natural anti-aging effects, as it stimulates circulation, reduces inflammation and puffiness, and helps rid the body of free radicals. Use rosemary oil as an inexpensive, natural alternative to anti-aging creams. Just mix a few drops of rosemary oil into half a teaspoon of coconut oil and massage into the skin.
  • Improved Circulation If used topically or taken internally, rosemary and other essential oils such as lemon balm, thyme, and peppermint can help to improve circulation, helping warm up those chronically cold hands and feet.
  • Deodorant Properties This herb has strong anti-bacterial properties as well as a pleasant scent to relieve body odor. Mixing a few drops of rosemary essential oil with ¼ of a teaspoon of coconut oil and placing on the underarms is a natural alternative to deodorants with toxic by-products. For foot odour, boil sprigs of rosemary in water for 5-10 minutes, allowing the mixture to cool to a skin-comfortable temperature, pouring the water into a basin and soaking feet for 15 minutes.
  • Infection Prevention When placing rosemary oil on minor cuts and wounds, helps to prevent infections. Clean the wound first with soap and water. Dry the wound area and apply a mixture of rosemary essential oil and coconut oil, then cover with a bandage.

Rosemary Nutrition Chart

Amount Per 1 tbsp (1.7 g)
Calories 2              % Daily Value*

Total Fat 0.1 g0%
Saturated fat 0 g0%
Polyunsaturated fat 0 g
Monounsaturated fat 0 g
Cholesterol 0 mg0%
Sodium 0 mg0%
Potassium 11 mg0%
Total Carbohydrate 0.4 g0%
Dietary fiber 0.2 g0%
Protein 0.1 g0%
Vitamin A1%Vitamin C0%
Vitamin D0%Vitamin B-60%
Vitamin B-120%Magnesium0%

List of Rosemary Recipes

  1. Use extra rosemary sprigs to make flavored olive oil.
  2. Mix it into softened butter and spread on your dinner bread or mix it with Greek yogurt for a creamy sandwich spread.
  3. Add it to the marinade when you cook chicken.
  4. Rosemary also knows how to get down with a good steak.
  5. It does great things for most roasted veggies.
  6. Try it on cauliflower. or potatoes. Potatoes love rosemary.
  7. They love it with all their hearts and crevices.
  8. Especially in a threesome with kale.
  9. It’s an excellent, sturdy herb for encrusting, either on vegetables or on top of a piece of fish.
  10. Rosemary twigs are generally superior to toothpicks, and should be applied in similar roles where possible.
  11. Same goes for skewers.
  12. Rosemary is on BFF terms with cheese in basically any format.
  13. Also try with Parmesan cheese straws and this goat cheese mac ‘n’ cheese and these parm and prosciutto crackers.
  14. Figgy ricotta sandwich.
  15. Try throwing rosemary into almost any soup/stew/thing you eat for dinner.
  16. It can make chickpeas and elbows taste downright exotic and make whatever’s-in-the-pantry pasta seem totally planned out.
  17. It’s an herb that will play nice in lots of baked goods, both savory…
  18. This even knows how to behave itself at breakfast and afternoon tea.
  19. Rosemary and butter get along well in lots of pastries, like this tart crust.
  20. It’s super easy to throw some in when you mix a crisp or crumble topping.
  21. Add it to basically any lemon dessert and wow people with your herbal innovation.
  22. You can even use rosemary as an ice cream mix-in or infuse gelato with it from the ground up.
  23. You can infuse simple syrup with rosemary and add it to all kinds of drinks. Such as rosemary lemonade. a boozy rosemary-lemon sparkler
  24. Grapefruit and gin number.
  25. Use rosemary syrup to step up your popsicle game. If you prefer to skip the syrup and do a straight-up muddle, try the Rosemary.
  26. Skip your mouth and just rub the stuff all over your hands/face.
You can use as flavour whenever you want!!