It has been a month that local farmers in the northern Iranian province of Gilan have started harvesting the medicinal herb borage, which is also known as starflower.

People in Iran use borage as an herbal tea with healing benefits in hyperactive gastrointestinal, as well as respiratory, cardiovascular, and urinary disorders.

Here are Mehr’s photos of borage harvest in the mountainous villages near the northern Iranian city of Astara:

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