The name is a reference to a real-life store, and its shelves are packed with herbal remedies.
The store is located in the heart of the city, and is popular with locals and tourists alike.
In the center of the town, you’ll find a pharmacy that specializes in herbs, too.
The owner of the store, Rami Al-Khairi, says that the name of the place reflects its importance to the community.
“It’s a symbol of the importance of herbs to our town and our region,” he told Al Jazeera.
“We don’t have any other places in our city to buy herbs, so we decided to make a name for it.”
The herbal medicine business is an important part of the local economy, but Al-Khairi said that he would love to see the market expand.
“There is a lot of demand for the products that we sell,” he said.
A large part of Al-khairi’s profits come from selling herbs to the government.
The herbs he sells are from his local community.
The pharmacy owner also said that his business was the main reason that the community had to come together and buy herbs for the first time.
Al-Khhairi said he is willing to open the herbal shop again if the local community wants to buy it.
“If they want to buy our products, we will open a pharmacy.
But if they want us to open a business, then we will close the pharmacy,” he explained.
‘A sign of progress’ Al Khairi hopes that the herbal store can become a hub for the local townspeople and help them to keep their businesses going.
“Our town is small, and it’s difficult for the residents of this region to find any herbs,” he added.
“There are no stores in our town, so it’s very difficult to find herbs.
I hope that this herbal store will give a sign of some progress for the community.”
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