origanum vulgare


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oregano

Fresh wild oregano is powerful- put just a tiny bit of a fresh flower in your mouth and you will feel the power! Flowers are milder version of leaf taste and power. In mint family, has tell-tale look of pinkish purple mint flowers, leaves more rounded. Oregano tea or infusion is used to clear lungs and bronchial passages. Oregano oil is rich in polyphenolic flavonoids, two of which are powerful antiseptics. Oregano oil contains over 50 compounds with antimicrobial actions that inhibit candida yeast, bacteria, viruses and parasites. Also a powerful antioxidant. Particularly effective against chronic candida infections. slows down diabetes related complications. Good for traveling to protect from parasites and foreign bacteria. Can be applied topically to fight fungal nail infections. Note- direct contact can cause mild burns- avoid irritation by mixing w olive oil. Can be used internally or externally. Do not take probiotics while taking oregano oil because it kills everything. Recommended to take for 3 days 3x under tongue straight, 2 or 3 drops then take probiotics when done
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Fresh mature leaves of Ocimum basilicum, Thymus vulgaris, Rosmarinus officinalis and Origanum vulgare were separately collected from local nursery of Garden town, Lahore (31 30' 34" North, 74 19' 22" East, Punjab, Pakistan, Asia).
Results from the GC-MS analysis of the ethanol extract of wild-growing herb Origanum vulgare obtained from Southern Greece revealed an abundance of monoterpene hydrocarbons and phenolic compounds with the main constituents being carvacrol and thymol (Table 1).
Intraspecific variation of leaf anatomy in Origanum vulgare grown in Greece.
En la presente investigacion se determino el efecto inhibitorio del crecimiento de Clostridium perfringens, frente a extractos obtenidos con diferentes solventes de los bulbos de Allium sativum (ajo); de las hojas y tallos de Coriandrum sativum (cilantro), Eugenia Caryophyllata (clavo de olor), Origanum vulgare (oregano), Rosmarinus officinalis (romero) y Thymus vulgaris (tomillo), con el fin de obtener metodos alternativos, que sean organicos para la conservacion de alimentos carnicos.
Los bulbos de Allium sativum, los botones de Eugenia caryophyllata fueron adquiridos en mercados locales de Manizales (Caldas); tallos y hojas de Coriandrum sativum, Origanum vulgare, Rosmarinus officinalis y Thymus vulgaris son provenientes de los cultivos de plantas medicinales del municipio de Villamaria (Caldas).
Though there is some taxonomic confusion about oreganos, by far the most widely available variety is Origanum vulgare spp.
With the exception of sweet marjoram (Origanum majorana), it is easy to grow and hardy and has delightful golden forms, Origanum vulgare `Aureum', O v `Gold Tip', and O v `Aureum Crispum'.
ABSTRACT: The study was aimed to investigate the anti-nociceptive potential of Origanum vulgare methanolic extract, a traditional herb mainly recognized for its culinary property.
Hristov AN, Lee C, Cassidy T, Heyler K, Tekippe JA, Varga GA, Corl B, Brandt RC (2013) Effect of Origanum vulgare L.
The lowest quantities of mass production (1% of the total production) returns to the following species: Papaver rhoeas , Origanum vulgare, Citrus aurantium, Iris germanica, Juniperus communis, Mentha spicata, M.
Interference of heating on the antimicrobial activity and chemical composition of Origanum vulgare L.