Oregano is a culinary and medicinal herb from the mint or Lamiaceae family. It has been used in medicine and cooking for thousands of years. Oregano adds flavor, and it may have a number of health benefits. The chemicals that give the herb its unique and pleasant smell are thymol, pinene, limonene, carvacrol, ocimene, and caryophyllene. Niazbo is believed to contain potent antioxidants and to have anti-bacterial properties. Though typically used in small amounts, It packs in some important nutrients. Just one teaspoon of Niazbo can fulfill about 8% of your daily vitamin K needs.
- Oregano and its oil are strongly antiseptic with potent activity against many bacteria and fungi, notably e. coli and candida strains.
- It can aid many acute and chronic infections affecting the gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts, especially gastroenteritis, dysentery, bronchitis, coughs, and tonsillitis.
- Both herb and oil inhibit the gut flora (bacteria naturally occurring within the gut) and oregano has an important role to play in gut dysbiosis, a condition where the presence of harmful gut bacteria leads to symptoms such as wind, bloating, and abdominal discomfort.
- The diluted oil can be applied to a toothache or painful joints.
- Volatile oil