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Rosemary – more than a condiment

Rosemary – more than a condiment

11.03.2016

Rosemary, also known as Rosmarinus Officinalis, is very popular in the Mediterranean region as a culinary herb. But, Rosemary has been extensively used since ancient times for a variety of purposes, because of its important health benefits. Today, many medicinal preparations contain rosemary oil, because it has various, well-researched health benefits, for many illnesses.

For example Rosemary oil is often used for indigestion, relieving flatulence, stomach cramps, constipation, and bloating. Rosemary essential oil is also thought to relieve symptoms of dyspepsia. Furthermore, research has shown the essential oil to be detoxifying for the liver and it also helps to regulate the creation and release of bile, which is a key part of the digestive process. It also stimulates blood flow and improves circulation, which can benefit the absorption of nutrients from food. Rosemary leaves are often added to meat dishes because it is particularly helpful in digesting meat, particularly lamb, beef and pork.

BILECLAR is an unique combination of terpenes obtained from natural sources (rosemary oil, mint oil), well tolerated, without side effects, which proved to be very useful for those with biliary problems (pain caused by a lazy gallbladder, microlithiasis or sand in the gallbladder, bloating and nausea after meals, bitter taste in the mouth, etc.). In all these cases BILECLAR, taken 30 minutes before meals, produce beneficial effects, such as:

  • Reduces pain and gallbladder spasms
  • Contribute to the removal of bile sludge
  • Normalizes the composition of bile, lowering the amount of cholesterol
  • Helps decrease the size of bile calculi