Sariette of the mountains from Quercy
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Originally from the periphery of the Black Sea and the South of Europe, the savory is a aromatic and mellifer underdrawal which was introduced in central Europe towards the 9th century. Frequently cultivated in the gardens in the Middle Ages, the savory was part of the spice mixtures, and it was readily said that it promised long life to its users. In fact, savory, with its spicy and peppery flavor, is one of the most tonic plants. It has a powerful physical action, and will be recommended in winter periods, or during episodes during which morale is at half mast. The mountain savory hydrosol has multiple interests, in particular, in a 3 -week treatment, to prepare to face winter affections, but also an ally of choice for the skin.