Oregano (Origanum Vulgare) Is a versatile plant as a culinary but, it’s more than just another aromatic. Oregano coming from the mint family is top herb when it comes to anti-fungal properties.
Oregano gets its name from the Greek word Oros meaning mountain and Gano means joy. Wow, joy of the mountain has been used for 1000’s of years.
Oregano medicinal uses include treating respiratory tract disorders, gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, menstrual cramps, urinary tract disorders, infections, osteoporosis, cancer, and diabetes. Learn about the benefits of adding more oregano into your diet. Oregano can be found in oils, tinctures, used as a tea or added to your favorite dishes.
Disclaimers says this is not to treat, cure, or diagnose. But, for informational purposes only. Seek the advice of a physician before trying any supplements or herbs while you’re on medication: Remember, A wiser You is a Healthier You.