Thimus vulgaris, aromatic plant, very loved since ancient times. It has a sweet and bitter taste at the same time, it goes very well with fish, with meat, excellent for omelettes and with all vegetables. It also has many other properties: balsamic, anti-inflammatory, bactericide, regulators of liver function, menstrual flow and others.
Sea dew, this is rosmary in latin; it is how the ancient Romans called this shrub which grows near the sea, full of scented and colored flowers, loved by bees. Rosemary has countless healthy properties and it is an irreplaceable ingredient in cooking, to flavor meats, but also for new recipes.
Myrtle, symbol of glory and eternal love, evergreen plant with balsamic, anti-inflammatory, refreshing, disinfectant and healing properties.
Salvia, derives from the Latin salus - health, due to its healing properties. It has a disinfectant function, aromatic, astringent, digestive, diuretic, stimulating, lowers blood sugar, is rich in natural estrogens, useful against insect bites, against gum inflammation. Used to whiten teeth, purify breath. Finally, in the culinary sphere, one cannot do without sage.
Orange, Cirtrus sinensis, is cultivated in a great number of varieties, some used to make juices, others to be consumed,…
Minerals, inorganic substances needed by our bodies for various physiological functions. Phosphorus, iron, zinc, iodine, potassium, sodium, chlorine, magnesium, manganese, sulfur