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Oregano: health benefits, application, effect and cultivation

  1. Oregano (wild marjoram) is an aromatic herb and also a very medicinal plant native to the Mediterranean countries. Oregano is one of the most powerful herbs and the most powerful natural antibiotic ever studied. Oregano is also a powerful anti-fungal agent. Hence, it works well with all kinds of fungal infections. The herb also has other health effects. Interesting is its blood-thinning effect, so it can also be used in the prevention of stroke and heart attack. Oregano is one of the main components of Italian spice blends and is therefore traditionally used in pasta and pizza, as well as vegetables and salad dressings, as well as grilled or fried fish. So if you cook and eat Mediterranean food, you cannot ignore oregano.


  1. Oregano is the Latin name for marjoram

Occurrence and cultivation

  1. Growing the plant

Active ingredients

  1. Vitamins The medicinal herb oregano kills germs such as bacteria and viruses. It is considered a natural antibiotic and has a disinfecting effect. Everyone knows the appetizing 'pizza scent' from their own experience. The fragrance is strong and aromatic. Vitamin A, C, E and K are important ingredients. Vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5 and folic acid

Effect and uses of oregano

  1. Oregano fibers Oregano fibers bind to bile salts and toxins in the human gut. These are removed from the body through bowel movements. By flushing out bile salts, cholesterol levels drop and more bile salts are formed in the body. The risk of colon cancer decreases significantly due to the excreted toxins. Oregano also has a healthy effect on overall digestion. The positive effect on blood glucose levels

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