The name 'Oregano' derives from the Greek terms 'oros' which means mountain and 'ganos' which means brilliance, brightness, beauty. In other words, so appreciable was oregano for ancient Greeks that they thought that oregano made the mountains glow. It is not surprising that, Hippocrates, an illustrious ancient Greek doctor, was accustomed to choose oregano for the treatment of many diseases, while nowadays Oregano is used for the treatment of colds and intense cough, stomachaches and pains, to combat inflammations, to facilitate digestion, whilst having anticancer and antifungal action.
Packaging: Plastic pouch
Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans
Ingredients: Greek Oregano
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- For the treatment of colds and intense cough.
- For stomachaches and pains from poisoning.
- For the combat of inflammations.
- For the facilitation of digestion.
- While simultaneously it has anticancer and antifungal action.
Bioparnon, Mount Parnonas, Peloponnese
BioParnon was established in 2013, after a decade of research into how herbs can be tools for healing and survival. Their organic fields are located in the Vourvoura community at the foot of Parnonas Mountain in the Peloponnese and the company collaborates closely with its farmers and growers, who work alongside nature rather than against it. All BioParnon herbs are grown under the mantra that ‘Mother Nature knows best’: they are grown without pesticides and they are preserved without chemical additives, so they retain their quality and potency.