Oregano – certified organic essential oil

Scientific Name: Origanum vulgare

Family: Lamiaceae

Origin: Hungary


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Warm, spicy, herbaceous with green and camphoraceous notes.

Key Qualities:

Oregano oil is best known as a safe and effective natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal compound, especially helpful for sinus and respiratory issues. Jean Valnet, in his book The Practice of Aromatherapy, describes how oil of oregano is so strong that it is capable of sterilizing sewage. Research published in the International Journal of Food Microbiology found that oil of oregano is an excellent germicide capable of killing a wide range of fungi and bacteria. According to the Journal of Applied Nutrition oil of oregano is highly effective for killing Candida. Researchers in Mexico found it possesses strong antiparasitic actions, especially against Giardia. As published by Sarer researchers describe it’s antiseptic powers as “remarkable. “Oil of oregano is also a powerful pain killer. An article published in Phytotherapy Research describes how oregano oil superceded anti-inflammatory drugs in reversing pain and inflammation and is nearly as powerful as morphine as a pain killer. The oil also possesses significantly antioxidant powers. Furthermore, it stimulates the flow of bile, which greatly aids digestion.

Primary Constituents:

Carvacrol, γ-Terpinene, p-Cymene, β-Caryophyllene, Thymol.


Carvacrol attenuates mechanical hypernociception and inflammatory response.

In vitro study of synergistic antimicrobial effect of carvacrol and cymene on drug resistant Salmonella typhi

Origanum vulgare L. and Rosmarinus officinalis L. essential oils in combination to control postharvest pathogenic Aspergilli and authochthonous mycoflora in Vitis labrusca (anti-fungal)

Antiprotozoa activity of some essential oils

The antibacterial activity of oregano essential oil (Origanum heracleoticum L.) against clinical strains of Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

Oregano essential oil as an antimicrobial additive to detergent for hand washing and food contact surface cleaning.

Antimicrobial activity of oregano oil against antibiotic-resistant Salmonella enterica on organic leafy greens at varying exposure times and storage temperatures.

Anti-inflammatory and anti-ulcer activities of carvacrol, a monoterpene present in the essential oil of oregano.

Evaluation of bacterial resistance to essential oils and antibiotics after exposure to oregano and cinnamon essential oils.

Inhibition of herpes simplex virus type 1 by thymol-related monoterpenoids. (Thymol & Carvacrol found in Oregano and Thyme)

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