Origanum Vulgare , the herb with its powerful antiseptic action


Perennial herbaceous and shrubby plant up to 80cm tall, with elliptic leaves, reddish shoot and white purple flowers.


  1. volatile oil,
  2. phenolic acids,
  3. tannin,
  4. resin,
  5. flavonoids and sterols.

The herb with its powerful antiseptic action, can be used in respiratory infections, such as bronchitis, tonsillitis, cough. The oil is used for toothache and gum disease. It also soothes drumming and stimulates biliary secretion.

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