Oregano is maybe the most commonly used herb in Greek Cuisine, in soups, stews, with meat and fish, and of course, no Greek ?Horiatiki? salad worth its salt, is without oregano.
In Ancient Greece, it was believed to encourage good luck and good health and symbolise joy. Oregano was planted near homes to ward off evil spirits and when worn on the head during sleep, encouraged psychic dreams.
Greek to me ! is a Social Responsibility Communication network for Traveler's Health Safety in Greece, sharing 24/7 updated information for Public Health Emergencies in Greece, PH Safety and Preparedness information for Greece, concerning threats or critical conditions the traveler's health safety
might face, after a ten decade of Greece's theree major crisis: austerity, refugee and latest, the pandemic crisis.
Traveler's Health Recommendations and Guidelines are provided by the commitment of the greek2m team, to journalistic accuracy and credibility on scientific updated evidence based medical information, under the auspices and the approval of the Greek Center of Disease Control, the Hellenic CDC (HCDP)