A double twisted piece of steel elegantly combines a water tight vase with ornamental forged and fabricated steel. This piece contains Rosemary, an evergreen shrub originally found along the Mediterranean Sea and sub Himalayan areas, now naturalized all over the Southwest United States.
In folk medicine, Rosemary leaves have been used for a multitude of ailments, mostly related to neurological issues such as headaches, migraine, emotional insomnia, and depression. The plant is also antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and an anti-oxidant, and can improve mood, learning, memory, pain, anxiety, and sleep.
Sources: National Library of Medicine