Xenophon harvests Malotira and Marjoram from the high altitudes of the White Mountains near the famous Samaria Gorge. The word "Malotira" derives from the period of the Venetian rule in Crete (from the Italian words "male"= disease and "tirare"=pull).
Malotira is used for the relief of stomach disorders, as a diuretic, and against the colds. It is indigenous to Crete and is considered the most exquisite of Greece’s mountain teas Marjoram is used in pharmaceutics, cooking and perfumery.
It has antiseptic, diuretic, anti-parasitic and antipyretic properties and has been used for nervous disorders since antiquity. It also Ideal for the treatment of cold. Traditionally, Cretans mix the two plants together for a delicious herbal tea, often sweetened with thyme honey.
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