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Rosemary is native to the dry, rocky areas of the Mediterranean, especially along the coast. The genus name Rosmarinus derives from the Latin words "ros" and "marinus" which together translate to “dew of the sea.” Rosemary has been used since the time of the early Greeks and Romans. Dried sprigs of rosemary even showed up in Egyptian tombs from 3,000 B.C.
Rosemary was used to treat the Plague, melancholy, gout, epilepsy, arthritis and many other ailments. Today, the herb is still used by many as a tea to treat sore throats, head colds and to freshen bad breath.
Please keep always in mind when you serve your pet new food:
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Please note that some of these herbs like dandelions, red clover and nettles contain a larger amount of calcium compared to other herbs or flowers. In their fresh state some of these herbs may be diuretic but if you have an animal with bladder stones or issues with bladder sludge we suggest to consult your vet before offering these as treats.
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