Cistus Incanus the pink flower.

The history of the Cistus Incanus.

The use of the Cistus Incanus can be traced back to the 4th century BC. In the form of laboriously gained resin – so called ladanum, the plant was brought to Egypt and Sudan. There it developed quickly into a popular cure against bacteria and fungi.

The recorded history of the use of this flowering shrub goes right back to biblical times with a reference in Genesis (Gen 37:25) believed to refer to the resin from the Pink Rockrose as myrrh. Before 400BC Pink Rockrose was recorded as a major export item from Southern Europe including the Middle East where it grows on rocky mountain sides. It’s benefits were reported to include supporting the body’s immune system and treatment and prevention of common colds and influenzas.

During the Middle Ages, the use of this nutritional plant declined into obscurity until quite recently when it leaped into fame. In 1999, it was named the EUROPEAN PLANT OF THE YEAR and has become very widely reported in the media for its nutritional properties and wellness benefits.

The uniqueness of this plant .
The most unique feature of this plant is its richness of polyphenols whose extraordinary abundance in the Pink Rockrose has popularized it as a valuable food supplement used in teas, taken alone and even incorporate in boutique health foods where its age old reputation of supporting the immune system and therefore assisting naturally with reisistance to and recovery from common colds and flu.

Pink Rockrose polyphenols.
Northern Crete.

Today ONLY Cistus Incanus from northern Crete produces the laudanum!!!!
The products that are in the market they are from other parts of Greece and Turkey (they don't produce laudanum)?
Is Cistus Incanus from northern Crete is more strong???

Now It is summer!! - Cistus Incanus produces labdanum. - Cistus Incanus from northern Crete shines.
Cistus Incanus from northern Crete has not been searched!

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