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Oregano for Good Luck, Trikala hills

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Oregano for Good Luck, Trikala hills
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.
Posted by moodhacker on March 18, 2017

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