Known primarily for its ability to add flavor to many foods, including pasta dishes, oregano oil is also used to treat a number of physical ailments. It is also a popular ingredient in several household applications. The... More »

Oregano itself has been used for centuries as a culinary spice and to preserve food, but oregano oil is primarily used for its health benefits. Oregano oil contains a compound that is thought to reduce coughing and spasm... More »

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The main benefits of oregano oil may include the treatment of colitis, fighting candida and protection against some bacteria, explains About.com. There is very limited research available on oregano oil, and only prelimin... More »

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Accent seasoning is commonly known as monosodium glutamate, or MSG, and adds flavor to a number of dishes, primarily in Asian cooking. The low-sodium seasoning provides additional flavor to meats, as well as fish and veg... More »

Get the health benefits of oregano oil by ingesting the product orally for aliments such as indigestion or the common cold. Oregano oil can also be applied topically for skin disorders such as psoriasis, or it can be use... More »

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Originally hailing from Europe and Central Asia, oregano has a long history of medicinal use before it became a kitchen staple for seasoning a variety of dishes, according to The Herb Information Site. Using a name of Gr... More »

Oil of oregano is herbal oil extracted from the flowers and leaves of an oregano plant. The oil has a golden or dark-yellowish color. The highest-quality oregano oil derives from wild oregano, which is native to the Medi... More »

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