The wild oregano plant grows naturally in the Mediterranean. It’s a member of the mint family. It’s best known as “Nature’s Antibiotic.” Sarah of HealthyPlanet shares in this post:
“(Oil of Oregano) can kill bacteria, fungus, yeast, parasites and viruses, and is quickly becoming a popular alternative to common antibiotics, without the unwanted side effects. It’s also a powerful anti-inflammatory and pain killer, antiseptic, and can halt the growth of microbes.”
Sarah lists 10 different ways to use Oil of Oregano. You’ll also find a list of side effects and cautions. Great resource for this wonderful herb. Click on the Ways to Use Oil of Oregano, Nature’s Antibiotic link below to see the complete article.