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A unique and particularly strong type of mint (Mentha longifolia) came to us a few years ago from Wadi Ram in Jordan.

Infusing the leaves in hot water yields a particularly delicious herbal tea.

In the traditional medicine of ancient Middle Eastern cultures, a sip of an infusion from the plant is considered stimulating and increases alertness and sharpness.

Traditional medicine also attributes to this plant additional virtues such as antiseptic, stomach pain relief, breathing difficulties, cough, nausea, and more


Thanks to God and thanks to you, our partners in the journey, from a single item of a wild plant growing in a hidden channel of an arid desert wadi, we have succeeded in establishing a modern and sustainable agriculture that considers the environment and offers benefits to humanity.

Habak Bless

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