Rosemary is an herbal plant known for its aromatic uniqueness as the odour is aesthetic when used while cooking, manufacturing soaps, candles, and room fresheners. Rosemarinic acid in rosemary plant is characterised to reduce pain and inflammation associated with Rheumatoid arthritis. It is added advantage when one uses rosemary with fish. The omega-3 fatty acids are rich in fish adding rosemary, the anti-oxidant with fish counters oxygen free radicals and it helps in joint specific treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. The protein rich meat combined with rosemary improves joint health by controlling inflammation. Liquid intake of rosemarinic acid by mixing with lemon, orange and grape juices or sauces and rosemary tea may help in direct assimilation into the body and alleviate joint pain and inflammation.
The rosmarinic acid found in rosemary also has powerful antioxidants that fight the inflammation of joints. There are several different ways to use rosemary when trying to fight off pain and inflammation caused by arthritis. You can use rosemary to flavor meats and fish. You can also add it to different types of sauces or fruits, especially citrus ones. If you prefer, purchase or make your own rosemary tea.