Three herbs from Crete, Greece show potential in treating upper respiratory tract infections

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(Natural News) For thousands of years, the natives of the Greek island of Crete used local aromatic plants as herbal remedies for the common cold. Three of those herbs – dictamnus, sage, and thyme – have drawn attention for their antioxidant properties. The three herbs were used to make a new herbal extract that could treat…

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