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Throubi / Summer Savory

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Throubi / Summer Savory (Satureja hortensis)

Summer savory or throubi in Greek is a perennial plant of the Mediterranean. Throubi is usually used in cooking and its healing properties are known since ancient times. The fathers of herbal medicine and pharmacology, Theophrastus and Dioscorides refer it in their works. The ancient Greeks were making wine flavored with this herb, named throumviti. In the middle Ages, summer savory served as a decoction for sore throats, coughs, toothaches and mouth sores. Moreover, it was used as a disinfectant for various utensils, due to its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.

In modern herbal medicine throubi is known mainly for its healing properties on the digestive system. It can work as a digestive, stimulates the appetite and stimulates the body. Furthermore, it helps on the treatment of diarrhea, bowel spasms, pain from colic, gastric debility, nervous indigestion, nausea and sour. Also, summer savory can be applied externally as an antiseptic on wounds and insect bites, offering immediate relief.

Throubi can be consumed as a decoction, but it is more commonly used in cooking. You can add summer savory instead of oregano or thyme.

Throubi / Summer Savory (Satureja hortensis)

Summer savory or throubi in Greek is a perennial plant of the Mediterranean. Throubi is usually used in cooking and its healing properties are known since ancient times. The fathers of herbal medicine and pharmacology, Theophrastus and Dioscorides refer it in their works. The ancient Greeks were making wine flavored with this herb, named throumviti. In the middle Ages, summer savory served as a decoction for sore throats, coughs, toothaches and mouth sores. Moreover, it was used as a disinfectant for various utensils, due to its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.

In modern herbal medicine throubi is known mainly for its healing properties on the digestive system. It can work as a digestive, stimulates the appetite and stimulates the body. Furthermore, it helps on the treatment of diarrhea, bowel spasms, pain from colic, gastric debility, nervous indigestion, nausea and sour. Also, summer savory can be applied externally as an antiseptic on wounds and insect bites, offering immediate relief.

Throubi can be consumed as a decoction, but it is more commonly used in cooking. You can add summer savory instead of oregano or thyme.