We started out with one plant identified with the biblical Balsamon (Balm of Gilead, Commiphora gileadensis) and over time, we have built a team of biblical and desert plants, with great potential.

Agriculture in Israel is a complex field. On the one hand, it is difficult for Israel to compete with the global agriculture market (Due to the high costs of land, water and especially labor costs), but on the other hand, the State of Israel is at the forefront of global research and development of agricultural technology. We decided to focus on the challenging field of development of new crops.

For most of the plants in our team, there is currently an agricultural growth. Some of the plants are Israeli native wild plants, mostly desert. Some are exotic plants, sometimes rare, growing wild around the world.

We have a strong faith in the enormous benefits that can be for humanity from plants, especially in the medical field but also in other various fields. The development of herbal benefits must pass through the base: the establishment of intensive (and sustainable) agriculture.

We work hard to gain knowledge, often pioneering and unique, in order to realize the potential of our plants (Sometimes ancient plants) to grow as new crops.

For this purpose we utilize ancient agricultural wisdom, along with advanced agricultural and technology, and work with determination to realize our vision: Acquisition of necessary knowledge, development of agricultural doctrine (agricultural Protocol), developing species and making our wild plants into advanced crops.

Over the years, we have accumulated a pioneering and unique knowledge regarding the propagation and growth of several plants. We developed innovative growing methods and became world-renowned experts for growing trees from the Burseraceae family - especially the biblical Balsamon tree (Commiphora gileadensis) and the best Frankincense tree (Boswellia sacra).

Our agricultural development activities conducted in two fascinating scenes: the development nursery and the experimental plantation.