The wild Greek mountain tea is grown in the mountain of Taygetus in Laconia and is very popular in Greece. It's also called sheperd's tea or "Sideritis" that can be translated as "he how is or has iron".
The medicinal properties of this tea was known in ancient Greece and continues to be vastly used today.
The tea is handpicked and dried. It is carefully placed in its packaging in order to keep its flavor without being processed.