Wild Oregano Handpicked from Greek Mountains
Oregano or “Rigani” in Greek has been used for centuries, originally by the Greeks, for curing a variety of ailments. The ailments that oregano was used to treat in ancient times include a vast range of conditions from convulsions to heart failure. The name oregano originates from the two Greek words oros and ganos.
Today, studies have demonstrated the oregano does possess many beneficial properties. Oregano has been used for the treatment of chronic candidiasis through its anti-fungal properties. It can also be used to treat indigestion, heartburn, and low stomach acidity. Oregano aids by reducing gas in the stomach as well as soothing a churning stomach. It is especially renowned for its antimicrobial properties attributed to thymol and carvacol.