Medicinal use and Health Benefits

Oregano Leaf, or Origanum Vulgare, is used to treat respiratory tract disorders, gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, menstrual cramps, and urinary tract disorders. The herb is also applied topically to help treat a number of skin conditions, such as acne and dandruff.

Oregano contains:

vitamin E
omega fatty acids

Oregano Leaf is also a rich source of:

Vitamin K

An important vitamin which promotes bone growth, the maintenance of bone density, and the production of blood clotting proteins. Vitamin K is actually made up of two separate compounds, Vitamin K1 and K2. Vitamin K1 is usually extracted from leafy greens and other vegetables, whereas Vitamin K2 is extracted from meats, eggs, and cheeses.

Dietary antioxidants

A report published in the Journal of Nutrition revealed that oregano contains very high concentrations of antioxidants1 (i.e., >75 mmol/100 g). Antioxidants help protect your cells against the effects of free radicals and improve your ability to fight infection. Sprinkle oregano on your food to give it flavor and reap the health benefits.


Oregano has shown antimicrobial activity in a number of studies. A group of Portuguese researchers found that Origanum vulgare essential oils were effective against 41 strains of the food pathogen Listeria monocytogenes. Oregano oil is a powerful antimicrobial, because it contains an essential compound called carvacol. A team of British and Indian researchers reported that the essential oil of Himalayan oregano has strong antibacterial properties that can even kill the hospital superbug MRSA. Professor Vyv Salisbury, who was part of the research, said “We have done a few preliminary tests and have found that the essential oil from the oregano kills MRSA at a dilution 1 to 1,000. The tests show that the oil kills MRSA both as a liquid and as a vapor and its antimicrobial activity is not diminished by heating in boiling water.”

Anti-inflammatory properties

Scientists at Bonn University, Germany, and the ETH Zurich, Switzerland, identified an active ingredient in oregano – known as beta-caryophyllin (E-BCP) – which may possibly be of use against disorders such as osteoporosis and arteriosclerosis. Protecting against cancer Biologists at the United Arab Emirates University reported in the journal PLoS ONE that oregano exhibits anticancer activity by encouraging cell cycle arrest and apoptosis (cancer cells commit suicide) of the MDA-MB-231 breast cancer line. The scientists concluded “Our findings identify Origanum majorana as a promising chemopreventive and therapeutic candidate that modulate breast cancer growth and metastasis.” Put simply, they believe components in oregano may help slow down or prevent the progression of cancer in patients with breast cancer. According to The Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database.

Oregano is also used for the following illnesses and conditions:

Muscle pain
Heart Conditions
Intestinal parasites
Repelling insects
Menstrual cramps
However, it’s important to note that further high quality study results are necessary to confirm these claims.

Side effects and precautions

Eating oregano can cause stomach upsets in some people. In addition, those who are allergic to plants belonging to the Lamiaceae family (such as including basil, lavender, mint, and sage) should be cautious, as they may also develop an allergic reaction to oregano.For more information view the source: Medical news today

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