Rosemary

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Location Mersin, Turkey
Min. Purc. Amt. 2000 kg
Product Type Rosemary
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Rosemary grows naturally up to altitudes of 1500-1700 m, especially in Turkey and countries with a coast to the Mediterranean. The quality and zest of rosemary led to use widely across the country. 90% of Turkey’s rosemary production comes from Mersin. The city produces an average of 200 tons per year. Rosemary is produced biennially in an area of 3,365 hectares within the forest management directorates of Tarsus, Erdemli, Gülnar, and Silifke in Mersin.

 

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Rosemary is a fragrant Mediterranean plant. This evergreen plant is used as a culinary seasoning in the production of body fragrances and its possible health advantages.

Basil, rosemary, and parsley are common spices in kitchens, but they also qualify as herbs due to their fragrant leaves. Spices have a more pungent taste than herbs since they are formed from crushed parts of plants high in essential oils.

Health Benefits

Rosemary is high in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory chemicals, which may help enhance the immune system and promote blood circulation. According to laboratory research, rosemary is high in antioxidants, which help to neutralize damaging particles known as free radicals. In Europe, rosemary is frequently used to relieve dyspepsia. Rosemary has been recommended for the treatment of dyspepsia by Germany’s Commission. 

However, it should be noted that there is currently no relevant scientific data to back up this assertion.

Rosemary is claimed to treat memory loss, indigestion (dyspepsia), arthritis-related joint discomfort, hair loss, and other diseases, although most of these claims lack a scientific basis. Rosemary is a spice that is used in cooking. The leaves and oil are both utilized in cuisines, with the oil also being used in drinks.

Ways to Consume

Rosemary is used to flavoring many foods, including soups, casseroles, salads, and stews. Rosemary goes well with chicken and other fowl, game, lamb, hog, steaks, and fish, particularly oily fish. It complements grains, mushrooms, onions, peas, potatoes, and spinach. There is no other flavor like rosemary. This woodsy fragrant plant makes up notes of evergreen, citrus, lavender, pine, sage, pepper, mint, and sage.

 

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Location

Mersin, Turkey

Min. Purc. Amt.

2000 kg

Product Type

Rosemary

Shipping to

All Countries

Size

Large

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