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What Rosemary herb Is:

This shrubby herb, with pale blue (occasionally white or pink) flowers and gray green, pinelike (and piney-smelling) foliage, provides a familiar fragrance in both the bathroom and the kitchen. Its essential oil is used to scent toiletries; its dried leaves are a flavorful addition to stews, soups, and meats. In ancient Greece, the aroma of this spice, native to the Mediterranean from Portugal and Spain south to Morocco and Tunisia, scented the halls of academe: Students wore sprigs on their heads while they studied to enhance their memory. (They may have been keeping their hair healthy and staving off baldness, too, as later herbalists would claim of the plant.) Shakespeare, too, made reference to the mnemonic medicine, which gave rise to the plant's title, "herb of remembrance." Keep that in mind as you read about the other disease-fighting assets of this mint-family member.

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