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Rosehip – Rosa Canina

The rosehip, a beautiful and native plant in Greece, which in addition to the great cosmetic properties it has, also offers a wide range of therapeutic actions as an herb in the human body.

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Wall germander – Teucrium Chamaedrys

Wall germander is an herb that has many therapeutic applications, either internally or externally. It is scientifically proven that wall germander has a variety of properties such as stimulants, tonics, antioxidants, anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, hypoglycemic, hepatoprotective, antimicrobial, hypolipidemic and astringent.

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Thyme collection

The well-known thyme is a small perennial herb, up to 30 cm tall. The leaves are small, slender, dark gray-green in color, while the stem is woody. The flowers are white to pink in color and are tiny. It is a herb native to the Greek flora and prefers barren and dry soils.

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Fireweed, Epilobium angustifolium

Fireweed, as mentioned in the collection method, did not belong to the widespread herbs until its beneficial action for the treatment of prostate problems was recognized. It was consumed by many as an addition to salads, while it is an herb extremely widespread in the Greek countryside.

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Wall germander characteristics

Wall germander is one of the herbs that you will find with many greek names such as white grass, spleen herb, stomach herb depending on the name given to it by region. Its Latin name is Teucrium Chamaedrys, while a close relative with the same properties is Teucrium Polium. There are many species of the same family, two of which are native to Crete and have similar properties.

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