Basil herb

Basil increases appetite and is excellent for digestion. It is used for various stomach diseases and is known for its demulcent and antibacterial properties.

Tarragon herb

Tarragon increases appetite as well as gastric acid secretion. Very helpful for various stomach aches and pains.

Coriander

Coriander increases appetite as well as gastric acid secretion. It is known for its spasmolytic properties. It supports circulatory system functions, because it dissolves cholesterol.

Lovage

Lovage is an expectorant herb, with highly effective properties supporting the urinary system.

Marjoram herb

Marjoram is a demulcent and antibacterial herb. It increases gastric acid secretion and helps to regulate digestive system. It is known for its sedative activity. Marjoram essential oil is used for inhalation in case of upper respiratory tract infections.

Melissa herb

Melissa is a popular medicinal herb with versatile healing properties – calms, overcomes insomnia and stress. It can relieve headaches and has good influence on digestive and blood system. Melissa also improves concentration.

Mint herb

Mint leaves are known for its antispasmodic and stimulating properties. It also increases gastric acid secretion. Mint tea is commonly used for upset stomach and indigestion. Very often used for mouth and throat rinse.

Oregano herb

Oregano has a number of potential health benefits, because of its disinfecting and spasmolytic properties. Its essential oil, called thymol is very helpful for healing skin wounds, and the oregano tea is used for throat rinse.

Parsley herb

Parsley is known for its anti-bacterial properties, as it may regulate and stimulate digestive system as well as urinary system. Due to its iron richness, it is specially recommended as an important element of anemia diet.

Rosemary herb

Rosemary is an antiseptic herb and it also strengthens the body. It is said that rosemary improves memory.

Arugula/Rucola

Arugula, also known as salad rocket or rucola, is very popular in the Mediterranean cuisine. Its flavour is racy and sharp, little bit spicy and bitter. Commonly used for salads and often added to seafood.

Sage/Salvia

Sage is an anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory herb, with digestive system regulating properties. This herb has a power to calm and it also decreases blood sugar.

Thyme

Thyme, as a medical herb is a powerful germicide and fungicide. Due to its expectorant properties, it is commonly used for throat diseases.