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Greek Oregano -Origanum Vulgare ssp. Hirtum

Oreganon might be a humble herb with a glorious name, nonetheless. In Ancient Greek, Ορίγανον: όρος+γάνος= η λάμψη του βουνού is the joy, the brightness of the mountain. Ancient Greeks would crown bridal couples with wreaths of oregano as a blessing of happiness upon their marriage.
Oregano is one of the most popular Mediterranean herbs and one of the foundations of Greek cuisine. Greece happens to be where the most praised varieties come from and Mount Taygetus is home to the most favoured of all Greek oreganos. The herb has been used since the antiquity as a food flavouring and medicine mostly for respiratory diseases.
Have you ever tried an herb called oregano not smelling or tasting like oregano as the authentic one? That is mostly because oregano is a wider category used to define nearly 50 plants available across the world that respond to a similar flavour profile. For example, you might have heard of Lippia graveolens, “Mexican oregano,” also known as Mexican marjoram or Mexican …

Greek Oregano -Origanum Vulgare ssp. Hirtum

Ξηραντήριο Αρωματικών Φυτών, Τροφίμων.

Λαδανιά

Δίκταμο ή (Έρωντας) (Origanum dictamnus)

Τσάι της Εύβοιας. (Sideritis euboea Heldr.)

Iaspis Miranda - Greek organic herbs

Η συσκευασία Utopia της Οrganic Islands

CALENDULA - An Herb Society of America Guide

ΠΛΗΡΟΦΟΡΙΕΣ ΓΙΑ ΕΙΔΗ ΤΟΥ ΓΕΝΟΥΣ SALVIA (ΦΑΣΚΟΜΗΛΑ)