Medicinal Herbs​


Although all parts of the plant are edible, coriander`s seeds and leaves, which have a strong aroma, are especially used as vegetables and spices in cooking. Cordiander is a rich source of essential oils for the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and perfume industries.

The plant`s seed is extremely rich in nutrients and can be consumed to satisfy the body’s needs for vitamins, calcium, fiber, et cetera.

The Damask Rose

The Damask rose`s original home is Persia and the Middle East. Iran is the world`s largest producer of the Damask Rose.

The flower is used to make a variety of products, including rose water, essential oils, dried rose buds, and rose petals, which have a wide array of applications in industries such as perfume, aromatics, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals. The products are also used in the making of beverages, sweets, spices, puddings, jellies, and desserts.



Thyme`s numerous chemical and medicinal properties as well as essential oils have it one of the world`s most widely used plants. As a medicinal herb, thyme ranks second, preceded only by mint. The plant`s prominent features include its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Thyme is widely used in the food, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries. The plant is available on the market in the form of dried leaves, essential oils, and herbal infusions.




An indiginous to the mediterranean region, chamomile is one of the nine major medicinal plants discovered by man. In addition to Iran, the herb can be found in other parts of the world, including Europe, Central Asia, Siberia, Afghanistan, and Iraq. Essential oils extracted from the plant`s flowers have anti-microbial properties and are used in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and food industries.

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