Oregano is nature's panacea!



Antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, antiparasitic, antiviral, antibacterial.


Do not use during pregnancy and lactation

Part used:
The leaves and the flowers 


The plant is harvested during flowering.


Carbacrol, thymol, rosmarinic acid, gamma-terpinene, beta-caryophyllin, flavonoids, pinene, limonene, ocimene

Digestive 90%
Immune 90%
Skin 70%
Haematopoietic 80%

Family: Lamiaceae

Botanical name: Origanum vulgare

It is also found as: Wild Oregano, Greek oregano, Stomach weed

Organic oregano from the mountains of Epirus

Description - Features

It has leaves of length 1-3cm long, egg-shaped, arranged opposite each other, with small white-pink flowers borne at the top of the shoots. 

Its branches are thin and form the flowering branches heads on the edges. Woody toadstool, with a fuzzy stem, reaching a height of 30-80cm.  

The seeds are very small, brown in colour. Properties identified with Mediterranean cuisine and nutrition. organism and livestock. families in food as a seasoning and imparts a characteristic taste and aroma that has Oregano is perhaps the most famous Greek herb. 

It has a multitude of beneficial properties with many applications in human. Its phytochemical compounds give it strong antibiotic abilities. The very positive thing about this property is that it does not show the side effects of chemical agents (antibiotics) and does not disturb the intestinal microbiome. On the contrary, it has very strong bacteria. 

Research carried out in relation to the yeast cantida has demonstrated antiparasitic and antibacterial performance even in drug-resistant that it can inhibit its overgrowth and restore the full balance of the digestive system: It shows general antibacterial activity, useful in cases of E. coli and pseudomonas aeruginosa. 

It is worth mentioning that the most common microbe causing UTI in both sexes is E. coli coliform at a rate of about 80%. Oregano essential oil (oregano oil) is also extremely useful externally, in skin inflammations. It can be applied topically in cases of infections, such as staphylococcus, and in general skin problems. 

It is necessary to dilute it in a base oil, such as almond oil or olive oil. Per 10ml of oil we can put 15 drops. The oil can be used in 10 drops of 10 ml of oil. In addition, it acts in diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, such as ulcerative colitis, ulcerative colitis, it improves the quality of the blood in its general characteristics, while reducing cholesterol and also atherosclerosis. 

Its use is beneficial to the immune system. It has a strong anti-influenza effect. It helps in upper respiratory tract infections, such as in activity, suitable for the treatment of common cold but also sore throat, swollen glands, pharyngitis, etc. Particularly in can prevent the progression of inflammation, reducing or avoiding the use of drugs. For this property, synergy with propolis and thyme is indicated by spraying the tincture on the throat or gargling.

It is without a doubt one of the most famous aromatic plants whose name is directly linked to Summer and the traditional Greek table.


The social cooperative enterprise of Epirus producers "ICHOR" is based in Ioannina and deals with the production of aromatic and medicinal plants as well as other local products of Epirus.