Rosemary has been used for healing and purification since ancient times. References to this herb were found written in cuneiform on stone tablets dating back to the 5th millennium BCE.
Thriving along the Mediterranean Sea, rosemary is known as the "Dew of the Sea." Legend has it that rosemary was draped around the Greek goddess Aphrodite when she rose from the sea.
Rosemary enhances clarity, so call on it when you feel a cloud of confusion or uncertainty. It also strengthens memory. In fact, when placed under your pillow or on your skin before you sleep, it supports you in remembering your dreams and chasing away nightmares.
Rosemary has been used across the globe—from Asia to ancient Egypt to Europe—on gravestones or in rituals honoring the dead. Its essence is meant to keep the memory of the passed loved one alive and to strengthen the bond between the living and the dead.
(In fact, Shakespeare's Juliet was honored at her burial with rosemary!)
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