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Published on September 29, 2017 By naomi

Souks are a maze of alleys and narrow streets, and it’s easy to get lost unless you keep your eye on the location of various landmarks. We noticed in Marrakech that various alleys in the souks contained the same trades and it was along the herbalists’ section that we met Imam Souhaili, a local trader specialising in herbs, spices, creams and ointments, perfumes and oils. He managed to sell us some hibiscus tea and pressed a brochure into our hands. This gentleman had an amazing knowlege of what herbs and oils to use for specific medical problems. It was from him that I first heard about argan oil, a superb oil that is indigenous to Morocco.