Commonly known, as “Rosemary”, has long been the emblem in Anzac Day
ceremonies, we see it pinned to the collars of servicemen and all those who
choose to wear it every year on the 25th of April. This practice has been officinally recorded
since 25th of April 1916.
So WHY Rosemary for remembrance?
Rosemary actually grows wildly on the Gallipoli
troops fought in 1915.
The smell of rosemary is known to improve memory.
Historical reports that Greek scholars wore rosemary in
their hair to help them remember more while studying.
What other benefits could the rosemary bring to our servicemen?
Rosemary is also known as a circulatory herb, meaning it
increases vascular circulation and improves blood flow to
This ensures adequate transportation of nutrients
around the body especially the brain, supporting
memory/concentration and clarity of mind.
It is an anti-oxidant- great to include in your diet-
sprinkle in your food, drink in a tea. It is
an active ingredient in our BEE Clear Blend.