When I make an herbal infusion of rosemary tea, the light and invigorating pine-like scent is uplifting and stimulating. It feels like a switch in my brain is turned on; I can see things more clearly and have greater focus. The aroma is fresh and pure. As I lift it to my lips and take my first sip my mouth is alive with a flavor reminiscent of the forest. The infusion is slightly astringent but at the same time refreshing.
Rosemary tea is a wonderful drink to sip on when you need to focus. This may be because of its tonic effect on the nervous system or because it helps to increase circulation. It is also tonic to the digestive system and can help ease problems such as indigestion, flatulence, cramps, and intestinal spasms, especially those related to foodborne illness. It is a great tea to have on hand to prevent and relieve headaches. It also has a tonic effect on the lungs which is useful for relieving the symptoms of asthma, bronchitis, colds, coughs, and whooping cough.
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