Oregano – also known as Wild Marjoram,
is a perennial herb that is native to the Mediterranean region. It is high in antioxidants due to
a high content of phenolic acids and flavonoids and is also anti-microbial.
Oregano is one of the world's finest natural medicines.
Hippocrates used oregano as an antiseptic, as well as for
stomach and respiratory ailments.
Be sure to plant some and try these ideas.
Tea: Try a tea made with oregano for loss of appetite, nervousness,indigestion, bloating, urinary problems,
headaches, and respiratory ailments. It also helps with digestion, flu, and brain fog.
Oil of oregano: helps in the reduction of tooth pain when poured into the cavity of the tooth. It is also a powerful fungicide and can be used to treat fungal and yeast infections, especially systemic, chronic, or recurrent fungus infection.
Also great for head lice and athlete’s foot.
When sprayed, oregano cleans the air, kill fleas,
and kills bugs on plants.
Idea: Steep Fresh oregano in some water, add a dash of baking soda,
and spray as a room freshener or onto plants to kill small bugs.
Or, smash in a mortar and pestle and top with a bit of olive oil for safe keeping.
Use it for skin irritations, fungal infections
or anything else listed above.
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