Do you know the benefits of oregano? That’s what we will talk about in today’s video!
If you think that oregano is just a seasoning on top of your pizza, you are mistaken.
From oregano, we can extract a powerful medicinal oil. Did you know that?
Just so you know, some studies have pointed out that oregano oil is efficient against cancer. Isn’t it interesting?
Also, according to a study, just a teaspoon of dried oregano can supply around 8% of the daily dose of vitamin K.
Thanks to its important nutrients, oregano oil has one of the most potent antimicrobial and antifungal actions.
And, if all of that isn’t enough, oregano can also help you in many ways!
Some of the ways of consuming oregano are:
Oregano tea, oregano oil, and oregano as a seasoning. Do you use oregano in your daily life? In which way?
In this video, you will also learn how to make oregano tea to boost your health.
Both the tea and oil of oregano are full of properties that are beneficial to our health.
Oregano tea is rich in antioxidants, such as rosmarinic acid and thymol, that can fight the free radicals.
This tea is used, for centuries, as a homemade medicine to treat bacterial infections and respiratory issues.
The regular consumption of oregano tea also contributes to reducing cholesterol levels in the blood.
Oregano oil has antibacterial, antiseptic, and healing properties. It can protect your immune system against viral and bacterial attacks, preventing many diseases.
Oregano oil contains a series of volatile oils with antifungal, carminative, and diuretic properties.
Watch the video to learn how to make oregano tea.
Now tell us, did you know these benefits of oregano to your health already?
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