The Ormylia Oregano origins from the monastic third finger of Chalkidiki Penisula where it is collected. It is native to Mt Athos where it can be found in high altitude. The drying proccess takes place in Ormylia with a natural organic way. It is crushed and sieved by hand.
It has a rich flavor and high content of essences. Oregano is the most popular seasoning in Greek cuisine for its taste and aroma. Also its known from ancient times that it helps with digestion problems.
Oregano is a wonderful herb, both to use in your cooking and to use therapeutically as needed. Its name means "mountain joy," and oregano was revered as a symbol of happiness by the ancient Greeks and Romans. Oregano contains vitamins A, C, E, and K, as well as fiber, folate, iron, magnesium, vitamin B6, calcium, and potassium. Additionally, oregano, which is sometimes called "wild marjoram" in Europe contains potent phytochemicals that provide potential health benefits.