So now, again to rosemary: Fitzgerald notes that the herb is unimaginable for balancing the methylation cycle. Specifically, it’s the compound in rosemary referred to as rosmarinic acid that makes it so suberb. “Rosmarinic acid is a brilliant [methylation adaptogen],” she notes. It is smart the compound would have such an impact on the mobile stage, as a number of research have highlighted rosmarinic acid’s antioxidant and anti-carcinogenic properties. And in keeping with Fitzgerald, all it takes is garnishing your recipes or sipping some straight rosemary tea to reap the advantages.