Scientific name: Origanum vulgare
Origin: Mediterranean and Eurasia
Medicinal use: There are more than 40 species of oregano, but the most beneficial essential oil is wild oregano or Origanum vulgare is native to the Mediterranean. Origanum vulgare, commonly known as oregano, is a species in the Lamiaceae family (formerly called Labiaceae), native to western or southwestern Eurasia and the Mediterranean region. It is used as a condiment and in the preparation of herbal teas.
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