Mediterranean plants

Mediterranean plants

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A walk on the field is a unique opportunity to take stock of feelings, colors and smells and go home with our renewable energy.

Contact with nature through plants is a source of positive energy to revitalize our private minds and our senses.

Some, even we can bring a little souvenir in the form of bag for cabinets, rosemary or lavender or small sprig for garnish, or to help in the kitchen, thyme and rosemary, which extends these positive feelings in our body.

Of the plants that we find we can highlight the following groups:

Aromatic

Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis

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Aromatic shrub, can be flavored sachets for closets.

It is widely used to flavor meat dishes, like lamb, chicken, soups and grilled fish to tomato sauces, etc. ..

Great stimulant and antioxidant capacity. Taken infusion helps the airways and facilitates digestion and cleansing the body

Much appreciated by bees, honey thyme.

Lavender

Very aromatic. Used for colonies (a distillation is performed to obtain the essence of lavender, which then mixed with alcohol and stabilizers are sold as lavender water)

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Thyme

Antiseptic, expectorant and pectoral: Thyme is a powerful antiseptic. Kills germs and reduces the symptoms of the infections they produce.

It is also a good tract that prevents the formation of gases. Very rich in iron and whets the appetite

Application culinary thyme soup to roasted meat because it facilitates the digestion of fats.

In oil can serve as a condiment in salads

Together with basil is mosquito repellent

Olives

arbequina

In the Mediterranean area mainly include olives.

We can find trees with several hundred years that stand firmly in the landscape

A very appreciated variety is called Arbequina. Your aceiye is fruity and aromatic high quality

Vides

the vineyard is another key element in the landscape.

Ek color shades, mainly in autumn. Pleasant evocation of its fruits are to walk through the vineyards is a pleasant and relaxing sensation

Among the varieties include the parellada, white, used for making champagne and tempranillo red wines