by AgroWeb on May 15, 2017

Three unique tisane teas from Albanian Mountains

Treasures of Albanian Mountains the unique plants and herbs are commonly known for their unlimited benefits. We are talking about Albanian mountain tea, red oregano and sage. But in this article, AgroWeb.org will go beyond the single benefits of each of them, presenting you with the fantastic benefits of a unique tea made from the mixture of all three of them. Albanian Mountain Tea Albanian ...

by AgroWeb on March 29, 2017

How to Easily Grow Sage at Home

Sage (Salvia officinalis) is a hardy perennial that tastes aromatic and slightly bitter. It is easy to grow, only having three major requirements - plenty of sunshine, good drainage and good air circulation. Sage grows well in a variety of climates and it can survive even in below zero temperatures. It looks pleasant in the garden and balconies and grows pretty purple, pink, blue or white flowers...

by AgroWeb on May 16, 2017

Albanian Tasteful Sage Makes a Great Cooking Herb

It’s hard to not love an ingredient that loves oil. And that’s exactly what sage does - it partners perfectly with foods rich in oils and fats. That’s why it is so common in hearty foods. The color of sage leaves and their flavor varies but, in essence, Albanian sage is a very strongly aromatic and slightly bitter herb that can withstand long cooking times without losing its ...

by AgroWeb on March 11, 2017

8 Herbs That You Can Grow In Water All Year Round

Herbs have long been used for their medicinal, culinary and aromatic qualities, and for anyone seeking a healthy lifestyle, it has never been easier to start building your herb garden – these 8 herbs can all be grown indoors using water alone. The best way to ensure you have a fresh supply of your favourite herbs all year round is to grow them indoors – using just water. This is a ...

by AgroWeb on April 6, 2017

Sage Honey - The Supremely Healthy Combination

Sage. One of the best culinary herbs and one of the herbs people have easy access to no matter where they are in Albania Salvia officinalis – even the Latin name gives us an idea of the respect this Mediterranean beauty has earned. Salvia in Latin derives from the word salvere which means, “to save.” Historically, it has been used in many ways from a facial toner to a plague ...

by AgroWeb on April 28, 2017

Surprising Health Benefits of Sage Essential Oil

Sage Essential Oil is extraordinary as it acts as an antifungal, antimicrobial, antioxidant and stimulates the human body. Sage, is a well-known and frequently heard name in the world of cosmetics, particularly in the field of skin care. Innumerable beauty treatment products claim that they contain the oil of sage, which is actually sage essential oil. Health Benefits of Sage Essential Oil This ...

by AgroWeb on May 23, 2016

No Trace of Origin - Processed Meat Seized in Tirana

The Regional Directorate of Albanian Food Inspection along with the Economical Crime Section of Tirana Police Department have seized a huge illegal quantity of Wudy AIA processed salami. The operation questioned the origin of the product and found no traceability of the quantity seized. The Regional Directorate of Albanian Food inspectors on May 17, 2016 blocked a quantity of 3044 kg, more than 3...

by AgroWeb on September 7, 2016

Albanian Sage - The Nature’s Precious Gift

Albania is a leader in the production and export of these natural goodies with the endemic sage being the queen of exports (Malësi e Madhe), with an already specialized market, structured and strengthened throughout the years. No wonder Americans, Germans, French and Turks are the countries who import it more, as they know and love the very unique qualities Albanian sage has. Sage has anti-...

by AgroWeb on October 17, 2016

Barley - The Historic Symbol of Vigor

When the weather's cold, a big pot of soup simmering on the stove warms the heart as well as the stomach. If you add some whole grain barley to the pot you will do your health a favor. Barley is central to the world's food supply. In fact, it's the world's fourth most important cereal crop after wheat, rice, and corn and is equally good as oatmeal. Barley is highest in fiber of all the whole ...

by AgroWeb on March 1, 2017

No Green or Black – Pick Local Sage Tea

Ancient Romans couldn’t have picked a better name for sage than “salus salvus” meaning safe and sound in Latin. As its medicinal properties illustrate just how appropriate this name is. In Albania, sage is a big thing as nature has gifted the country with a huge variety of wild medicinal plants with approximately 500 ha cultivated surface area of wild Aromatic Plants and ...