Chive is a perennial herb belonging to the same family as onion and garlic. Its resilience to drought and a wide variety of soil make chives a plant easy to cultivate, while it’s a herb that loves the sun.
Thrumby, also known as the thymbri, is a fragrant herb indigenous to the Balkans, which thrives mainly in the Mediterranean. It belongs to the same family as thyme and is an annual herb.
Mountain tea, is a perennial herb that thrives in mountainous regions of Greece and Europe. Its collection is preferred during the flowering period, mainly due to its high content of essential oil, which is in the middle of summer.
Sea buckthorn is one of the herbs that has become widely known, and it’s been used since antiquity for its healing and powerful tonic properties. Historically, the sea buckthorn is found in the writings of Dioscorides, but its existence is over 5,000 years. The references to this herb are not limited to ancient Greece, but there are both in classical Tibetan and Chinese medicine.