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Yayla tea, whose traditional name is 'Sideritis', is from the family of honeybabagiller. Its homeland is in Spain and Turkey. In our country, it grows in the forests, bushes, and foothills of the Mediterranean, Aegean, Marmara, and Southern Anatolia. Its leaves are known to be very similar to Sage. However, it is a perennial herbaceous plant that is immediately distinguished from sage by the hardness of its leaves.

It is also known as Persian barley, Altınbaş, Gray thyme, Bozlan tea, Knotted tea, Glove tea, Donkey tea, Kandil tea, Kazdağı tea, Cattail tea, Sarıkız tea, Pointed tea, Tortoise tea, Heeled tea, Mountain tea. It cheers up the foothills of the mountains with its yellow flowers in spring. It is a plant that has been used for healing purposes by many cultures since ancient times. The plateau tea is mentioned in the stone writing tablets obtained by the excavations. Pedanius Dioscorides introduced the plant to Europe. Ibn Sina recommended highland tea for stomach ailments. It is also used as a condiment in salads and meals with its different aroma and smell.

From the plateau tea plant; Highland tea, highland tea extract, highland tea extract, highland tea tincture, highland tea shampoo, and soap are produced. In addition, with the richness of the oils in its content, it has entered the content of a wide variety of drugs.

Highland tea, dried under suitable conditions, has a lifespan of 1 year when stored in a sealed container in a dim, cool, and dry environment.

[1] Herbal Treatment in Turkey_Prof.Dr.Turhan Baytop_(s193)

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