The secret of the Rías Baixas flower

The camellia is flower native to the Rías Baixas. This Asian plant came to Europe over 4 centuries ago.  Nowadays, at the Estación Fitopatológica in Areeiro, a branch belonging to the CSIC and the Diputación de Pontevedra, have been analyzing its DNA, as well as identifying its different species. They have researched about their health benefits and even they have been able to use it to produce teas and the latest and the brand new camellia oil…


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