Let us tell you a story….
A long time ago, in a land far far away lived a beautiful nymph called Thrake. She was a daughter of the Titans Okeanus and Parthenope and together with her sister Europa, and half-sisters, Asia and Libya, represented the four quarters of the world as it was known back then. She was a powerful sorceress, who knew everything about herbs and their enormous power and she would use her knowledge to both cure and cause illness through the use of herbs. Her children, Thracians, who bore their name of the nymph, were powerful soldiers, skilled politicians and experienced wine makers and connoisseurs.
Thrake passed on her beauty and knowledge about herbs’ powers to her daughters – samodivi, the nymphs of the waters and the woodlands who possess similar powers like her.
We grew up with myths about samodivas like this one. You might be familiar with these nymphs already, as they have been portrayed in the Harry Potter series Because of their beauty and enchantment they were the mascots for the Bulgarian National Quidditch team during the 1994 Quidditch World Cup.
From their divine beauty, free spirit and deep connection with Nature we took inspiration to to develop our unique herbal tea blends
Omaya Herbs originates from Bulgaria, the land of Thracian Kings and а home to more than 300 different healing plants. As we are strong believers that Nature has all the answers and all we need to do is to tune in and to listen carefully, we turned to the Thracian women’s ancient wisdom of living as one with Nature.
Our herbal teas are unique blends of powerful plants used over the centuries . They target some of the most common discomforts of modern women, helping to sooth them all naturally and to align body, mind and soul so they become one again. They aim to support modern women on their path back to the roots, back to Nature and back to themselves.
Our brand name – Omaya, meaning enchantment in Bulgarian, is our way to make a spell on our customers – to reconnect with themselves and to become their own enchantresses.