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Miracle from the Plant: Protects against Cancer and Tumors, Cleans the all Parts

Updated: Mar 11

Oregano (lat. Origanum vulgare) or ant, is a fragrant spice that forms the basis of Mediterranean cuisine, and goes well with tomatoes

  • Although it has been used successfully in folk medicine for a long time, many still do not know about its exceptional healing properties, for example in coughs, headaches and pain, and still consider it an "ordinary pizza spice".

  • But oregano is a perfect natural remedy that you should always have on hand, not only to enrich dishes with it, but also to prepare medicinal tea from its leaves.

  • And while some plants lose some of their benefits in the drying process, this is not the case with oregano. Namely, it retains all its beneficial properties in dried form and has an even more intense aroma and smell.

Explosive power in small, green leaves

  • In addition to containing a wealth of antioxidants, oregano is rich in fiber (helps digestion) and omega-3 fatty acids (preserves heart health).

  • It is an excellent source of vitamin A (strengthens the immune system and strengthens eyesight), C and E (protects cells from damage) and vitamin K (prevents clogging of blood vessels). Contains minerals zinc, manganese, iron, magnesium, potassium, calcium, and copper.

  • It is also known for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Thanks to the medicinal substance carvacrol, oregano oil has antimicrobial properties.

  • Preparation of oregano tea

  • You can make tea from fresh or dried oregano leaves that you can find in health food stores. Or, better yet, grow it at home – that way you will always have it on hand

  • 1.5 teaspoons oregano leaves

  • 1–2 teaspoons of honey

  • a cup of water

  • Boil the water, then set it aside. Add the oregano leaves and mix well. Leave to stand for about 5 minutes. Then, when the tea has cooled a bit, add the honey.

For a slightly more intense tea flavor, you can add more oregano leaves.

Benefits of oregano tea

  • In addition to protecting the immune system, oregano raises energy levels, protects against diabetes, strengthens bones, detoxifies the body and preserves heart health. So, he is a real multipractitioner when it comes to treating various diseases.

  • Find out below what his other great health benefits are.

1. It has anticancer properties

  • Oregano contains thymol and rosemary acid – powerful antioxidants that protect cells from oxidative damage caused by free radicals.

  • Because it contains polyphenols, flavonoids and anthocyanins, regular consumption of oregano tea can protect you from cancer and tumors.

  • Quercetin is also present in this spice plant – a phytonutrient that is known to slow down the growth of cancer cells. It is especially effective in preventing colon cancer. This Mediterranean spice also contains polyphenol carnosol, which reduces the risk of prostate cancer, melanoma, breast cancer and leukemia.

2. Relieves asthma, cough, and flu

  • In folk medicine, oregano has long been used to relieve sore throats, sinusitis, colds and flu, and coughing. If you have asthma, inhaling oregano tea will help. The vapors of this tea cleanse the nasal passages and clean the sinuses.

  • Oregano has antiviral properties, so it instantly alleviates the problems caused by infections of the upper respiratory system.

  • People who have the flu or cold can also use oregano oil. Oregano causes sweating, which contributes to the detoxification of the body, and at the same time reduces the mucus in the lungs that occurs as a result of infection.

3. It acts as a natural analgesic

  • Oregano tea can certainly relieve various types of pain, such as headaches, because it is a real natural analgesic. It works by calming the nervous system, and also helps with unpleasant migraines that are accompanied by nausea and vomiting.

  • When it comes to pain relief, some consider it as effective as morphine. You can use oregano oil for pain.

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