Wild Rosemary Tincture


A Respiratory Supporter

Wild Rosemary is used in the treatment of respiratory problems and for chest complaints including coughs and colds, influenza, asthma, and TB.

A Digestive Reliever

Wild rosemary was traditionally used and is still used today to relieve digestive complaints such as flatulence, pain, bloatedness, stomach or gastric disorders, peptic ulcers and colic. 

A Women Supporter

Wild rosemary is used as a remedy for gynaecological complaints including menstrual-related problems such as menstrual cramps, PMS and delayed menstruation as well as venereal diseases. 

A Heart Supporter

Wild Rosemary has been shown to be cardiotonic and is used to relieve problems related to the heart. Traditional practice was to use it as a diuretic and circulatory for the treatment of oedema and haemostatic.

A Pain Reliever

Wild Rosemary has been shown to reduce pain responses due to its analgesic, antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory actions. It can be used to relieve backache, gout, headaches and other inflammatory and painful conditions. 

A Microbial Defender

Studies have shown that Wild Rosemary possesses antibacterial effects against harmful bacteria including those that cause staph infections, pneumonia, TB and leprosy. It has also exhibited antifungal activities against harmful fungal including candida. 

An Allrounder

Wild Rosemary is used topically for dermal problems, a foot bath, and a wash for dandruff. It’s also used for oedema, high blood pressure, kidney and urinary problems, and to modulate or relieve a fever. 

A study revealed that Wild Rosemary is a rich source of flavonoids and natural anticancer agents, which could potentially be used to develop new therapeutics for cancer treatment.


Properties and actions

Anodyne / Analgesics, Antibacterial, Antidepressant, Anti-fungal, Antihistamine, Anti-inflammatory, Antimycobacterial, Antioxidant, Antipyretic (reduce fever), Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Cardiotonic (heart health), Circulatory Stimulant, Cytotoxic (anti-cancerous), Diaphoretic (sweat), Digestant, Diuretic (urination), Emmenagogue (promotes menstruation), Emollient (soften/smooth skin), Hypotensive (lower blood pressure), 

Body systems

Urinary System, Digestive System, Respiratory System, Reproductive System, Circulatory System, Cardiovascular System, Exocrine System


Acute Cases: 20-30 drops 3 x per day

Maintenance: 20-30 drops 1-2 x per day


Dilute in a small amount of water. Shake before use. Store in a cool, dark place. Take a 2-week break after every 6 weeks.


Do not take when pregnant. Consult with your medical healthcare practitioner before taking any herbs while on medication.


Eriocephalus Africanus (Wild Rosemary), Natural Sugarcane Alcohol, Water

*This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicine Control Council. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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