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Herbs are called plants that have either therapeutic or aromatic properties. In antiquity, herbs called all medicinal plants that during chewing showed bitterness, sweetness or aromatic flavor.
Plants were, along with other organic and inorganic substances, the basis of therapeutics, which, based on long-standing experience, acted with an objective effect on the disease. Something that happens even nowadays. The great divinities - ancient hygiene centers in Greece, led by Asclepius, were famous. The Greeks have Aristotle with about 500 drugs in the "History of Plants" and Dioskourides (the founder of pharmacology). Hippocrates' father of medicine (460-337 BC) in his writings mentions 400 samples of herbal medicines. Since antiquity people have known the properties of herbs and used them in their everyday lives.
Today everyone recognizes the beneficial properties of herbs and there is a whole scientific field devoted to them.
Aromatic plants - herbs include oregano, fennel, basil, parsley, laurel, rosemary, mint, peppermint, thyme, calendula, caper, marjoram, saffron, a.
Therapeutics - pharmaceuticals include dice, leeches, valerian, laurel, balsam, basil, mint, melissa, lemon, peppermint, sage, mallow, mountain tea, chamomile Nettle, taraxaco etc.
Greek land produces in abundance and excellent quality herbs.