Researching how to grow, use and eat a plant can be a daunting task. So many would like to grow their own herb garden. How many have tried to grow rosemary, perhaps those poor plants from grocery store that you bring home out of pity then they die in a week? Ever wonder how you keep them alive? How much is safe to use in your meal? Can you do rosemary chicken AND rosemary potatoes without ill effects? If I want to make a tea with rosemary, how much is safe? Is it safe to consume while pregnant or lactating? All of these questions are answered within these pages. This book is a combination of the data used by two professions, herbalism and botany, in an attempt to provide as much information to the reader as may be desired. This includes how to grow the plant, what it looks like when stressed, what causes it stress and how to address it (not inclusive), what it can be used for medicinally (with summaries of studies to back it up), safe dosages and safety recommendations by professionals, and there is even a list of books (not inclusive) of books where you can find recipes of other professionals. This book is a scientific guide to help people find the data they are looking for and is fully sourced.