"Neurological protection - scientists have found that rosemary is also good for your brain. Rosemary contains an ingredient, carnosic acid, that is able to fight off free radical damage in the brain." What are the health benefits of rosemary? I picked up about 2-3 pounds of Rosemary leaves at a garage sale recently from a guy who works at the local CO-OP. He said a special order was made for it, but then not picked up. Got it for $3. lol -- I just did a quick search, and found an initial article on the benefits of Rosemary. I immediately noticed and liked the fact that it's purported to improve neurological and brain function. I just started drinking some today, and my body (and brain perhaps) seems to like it. I would be interested if anybody has experienced benefits from Rosemary, and if so, what they were. I'd also be interested in any other good online information somebody may run across. Thanks. .......................................... EDIT: -- I just noticed the neuroprotective aspects of Rosemary are so well known, serious consideration is being given to creating drugs based on its chemical structure. Satoh and Lipton have filed a United States patent application for a whole series of novel compounds that show increased benefits over rosemary itself. This is not to say that Rosemary chicken is not good for you," said Dr. Satoh, "but it means that we can do even better in protecting the brain from terrible disorders such as Alzheimer's and Lou Gehrig's disease."