Malotira

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It is harvested in July, during the flowering period. It grows in dry and barren places throughout the mountainous volume and is an important livestock plant, especially in the highlands. (Madares, another name of the White Mountains, madaros = rare, without vegetation). In antiquity the name sideritis generally referred to the ability to heal wounds caused by metal objects. The word malotira comes from the period of Venetian rule in Crete (Italian male = disease, tirare = drag). Its decoction is used as a mouthwash, as a diuretic and against colds.

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