Scientific Name : Rosmarinus Officinalis L.
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Family : Labiatae

General Data


Product Details


It is a plant of the Labiatae family, perennial and in the form of a small shrub that is one to two meters high. The leaves are opposite, narrow, long, pointed and slightly rough, on the leaf, without hairs and green, but the back is covered with cotton and white hairs. Its flowers are purple-white, which emerge from the leaves in late spring. All the leaves and flowers and parts of the plant are fragrant and the leaves and flowers are a little bitter and spicy. This plant grows in the Mediterranean region and mostly on the Mediterranean coast and at the same time in the hills and heights of arid desert areas, this plant is also planted in Iran.

Chemical Constituents

Leaves and flower tops yield 1-2% volatile oil consisting of bornyl acetate, borneol (the chief constituents), cineole and minor quantities of camphene and a-pinene. Also present in the leaves are rosemarinic acid and triterpene alcohols like a-, and b-amyrins, betulins and b-sitosterol.

Medical disclaimer

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