The Anchusa medicinal plant is collected in the wild all year round straight from the

Galilee region. It is grown bio-organically and collected in the wild.

The young leaves of the Anchusa medicinal plant can be eaten either raw or cooked.

Medical activities:

This plant contains pyrrolizidine alkaloids that prevent insects and other types of animals from

eating it. Its roots and leaves are used for medicinal purposes, such as placing crushed leaves on

skin wounds. Additionally, it can be used as a cream together with olive oil in order to treat

burns. Lastly, the leaves can me used to make a tea to treat worms and hemorrhages.