* The product is available in a 50gr bunch.
Its name derives from the words "mountain" and "ganos" gnosis - the brilliance, the plant brightening the mountain.
In Ancient Greece we find it a symbol of joy and happiness as wedding wreaths used to contain both oregano branches, but also as a spice in cooking and as one of the most basic and stronger ones. Aristotle wrote that if a kid who was injured by a hunter's arrow ate oregano, his wound was shut Greek oregano is considered the best in the world. It has a strong aroma and is rich in vitamins and trace elements.
Properties - Uses: It fits with pizza, grilled meats and fish, olive oil, olive oil, potatoes and of course the salad.