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Herbs and spices, in Botanologio you will explore all the healing and cosmetic properties that nature provides, the uses and their applications in alternative healing. Read precious information in our blog!

Flax, collection and nutritional value

One of the most famous herbs in Greece, flax, belongs to the family Linaceae and is native to warm European countries. We now find it all over the world and it is cultivated successfully all over Europe.

Horse chestnut – Aesculus Hippocastanacea

Horse chestnut is a tree, which is not used in cooking and despite not being widely known among the medicinal herbs, has many beneficial properties for the body. Many of the properties that we will mention are rare and particularly beneficial for the body.

Turmeric, characteristics of the herb

Turmeric is a root that is considered both a spice and an herb due to its high nutritional value and its healing properties. You will find turmeric with the scientific name curmuma longa.

Herbal teas – the multiple benefits!

Herbs and spices are an excellent raw material for tasty drinks, teas or tisanes, especially when you’re not a fan of water. Herbal tea has been consumed by all peoples for thousands of years, and it was one of the first medicines used by man. In fact, it is also the mildest way to consume […]

St John’s wort – Hypericum Perforatum

St John’s wort is a great herb of Greek nature, with many beneficial properties. Antispasmodics, antipyretics, analgesics, diuretics and natural antidepressants are just some of the many properties that we will mention.
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