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Hyssop

  • Commodity : Hyssop
  • Code : IEM-1184
  • Class : Medicinal Herbs
  • Type : Dried
  • Grade : Grade A
  • Minimum Order : 2,000 kg
  • Origin : Iran
  • Packing : Bulk– Bag 25 Kg – Carton box 10 kg - Packing @ Customer's Request
  • Supply Ability : 5,000 Kg per Month
  • Sample : Available to forward
  • Term Of Delivery : EXW-FSA-FAS-FOB-CFR-CIF-CPT-CIP
  • Payment Term : TT- 30 % against PI, 70 % against Draft BL
  • Documents : HC,CO, BL, Packing List, Invoice & etc.
  • Delivery Time : 15 - 20 Days
  • Inspection : Possible

Description :

Iranian export Hyssopus:

Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis L.) is a well-known medicinal, aromatic, and culinary herb. The genus Hyssopus belongs to the Lamiaceae family. Hyssop leaves and green stems contain many bioactive compounds such as rosemary and caffeic acids. Hyssop is used for relieving shortness of breath; Anti-cancer, anti-cough and emollient; Toothache relief; Stomach booster; Treatment of lung diseases; Treatment of asthma and chronic bronchitis.

 

Iranian Hyssopus harvest season:

Early spring (second half of March) is a good time to harvest hyssop. If the purpose of planting is to use its vegetal body for spices, it should be harvested early in flowering. If planted for essential oil extraction, the plants should be harvested at full flowering (early summer). If the purpose is to collect seeds, late summer (early September) when more than 70 to 80% of the seeds have arrived is a good time to gather seeds.

 

Size and types of Iranian Hyssopus:

Hyssop is a plant with a lot of woody stocks with a height of 20 to 60 cm that grows as a car in southern Europe, Asia Minor, Iran, and Russia and can reach a height of two feet. Some types of hyssop have very aromat

ic purple flowers; they are white or pink.

Hyssopus planting and production place in Iran:

It raises in Sistan-Baluchestan, northwestern places of Iran such as Azerbaijan, Mazandaran, Gilan, Semnan, and Alborz highlands.

 

Types of Iranian Hyssopus export packaging:

Hyssop is wrapped up dry and fresh in packs, metal containers, or polycrystalline holders.

How to send Iranian Hyssopus for export:

Due to the short space and lower transportation prices, the land is used to export this outcome to neighboring countries, but in the case of exporting this product to European countries, air transportation is nonetheless a good choice for their export.

Export and import statistics of Hyssopus in the world:

Hyssop is an immortal plant native to the Mediterranean land and has been introduced to the United States and Canada. The plant grows in eastern Turkey, Europe, India (Western Himalayan ranges from Kashmir to Kumaon), the Caucasus, the former Soviet Union, and Iran. Given that hyssop is known as an export medicinal plant in the world; concerning export statistics of medicinal plants, involving hyssop, it can be said that China has the largest export of medicinal plants with a share of 17% in the world market. India is next with 8%, Egypt with 7% and Spain with 5%. In the import of medicinal plants, the United States has the highest import rate in the world with 9%. It is followed by Germany, Hong Kong, and the United Kingdom.

Hyssopus export statistics from Iran:

The best goals for the export of medicinal plants, containing hyssop from Iran, are China, India, and Afghanistan, due to the range of export possible and the ease of trade relations between the two countries. Iran has the closest export link with Iraq. The US market has the strongest insist on the capacity for this product. China shows the largest difference between the export potential and the real export in terms of worth, the remaining export capacity is worth 847 thousand dollars. Germany, the United States, China, Italy, Spain, India, Russia, Japan, and Malaysia all have high market abroad capacities for the export of medicinal plants. In the Middle East, the UAE, Iraq, Turkey, Oman, and Qatar can be considered by traders of this product.