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Herbs grow abundantly in the Greek countryside, perfuming the air with their aromas. Villagers, baskets in hand, wander from one cluster of herbs to the other, picking those that interest them. The people disperse to their homes and use each herb that they pick for their intended purpose. Some are used in cooking, while others are made into tea. In fact, teas serve a dual purpose. Most of them are drunk for pleasure, but they also have medicinal properties.

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Organic Damask Rose

Organic Damask Rose (Rosa damascena Mill.) 10g

The rose has been used for its medicinal properties for various ailments since ancient times. Its scent and infusion gives us a sense of wellbeing and calmness while it is also diuretic and an excellent tonic of the mind.

$7.31 excluding shipping
equates to $1,186.67 per 1 kg(s)
Organic German Chamomile

Organic German Chamomile (Marticaria chamomilla L.) 25g

Traditionally chamomile is used as a beverage against anxiety, insomnia, gastrointestinal infections, flatulence, inflammations and diarrhea. It helps in cases of gynecological problems, headaches, sniffles and boosts the immune system.

$6.98 excluding shipping
equates to $453.57 per 1 kg(s)
Organic Greek Oregano

Organic Greek Oregano (Origanum vulgare ssp. hirtum) 25g

Oregano in ancient Greece was used to symbolize joy and happiness since bridal wreaths were made by, among other things, oregano branches.

$6.01 excluding shipping
equates to $390.28 per 1 kg(s)
Organic Greek Sage

Organic Greek Sage (Salvia triloba L.) 10g

Traditionally sage is used as a tea to fight the common cold since it has disinfectant and expectorant properties.

$5.03 excluding shipping
equates to $817.49 per 1 kg(s)