Organic and wild, these mallow flowers (Μολόχα; Malva Sylvestris) are hand picked in the mountains of Epirus, North West Greece. These pretty purple flowers are traditionally used as a herbal remedy for coughs, throat and respiratory infections. Put mallow in a warm moist dressing, or poultice, and apply it directly to the skin as a treatment for wounds. Alternatively, they can be added to bath water.
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|Region / Origin / PDO||Epirus|