The greek word for Savory is Θρούμπι (Thrοumbi) and comes from the ancient Greek city of Thymbra (near ancient Troy).
The etymology of the Latin word Satureja, is believed to originate from the Satyrs (the males of nature), that were often found in meadows of savory (which gave them passion) and that is the reason Romans believed it had aphrodisiac properties
Mana Gea Savory, comes from certified organic cultivated farms, in the Mount of Parnonas, Laconia prefecture, Peloponnese, Greece, one of the best regions in the world for the growth and maintenance of this unique herb.
Savory has been used as a spice for 2000 years mainly in culinary but also as a herbal tea. Thanks to its antitoxic substances is considered ideal for all indigestible dishes.
It has a soft, pungent, flavor that brings to mind oregano and thyme