Oregano, also known as the 'flower mint', is a spice typically used for pizza or pasta.
It was a valuable medicinal herb that has long been used in the Mediterranean region for treatment for coughs, digestion, and pain.
However, scientific research has found that the efficacy of the oregano has been exaggerated as an herbal medicine. One of the effective benefits is its antibacterial properties.
Carvacrol is a compound in Oregano which studies have shown as broad spectrum antimicrobial activities. Experts argue that these carvacrol compounds are more effective than antifungal agents in controlling the growth of Candida. The carvacrol component of oregano is a terpene-based aromatic substance, which has the greatest impact on antivirus, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-parasitic, antiseptic, and antioxidant properties.
Oregano is full of antioxidants and rich in vitamins and minerals for healthier skin. Detoxify and cleanse skin for clearer beautiful skin.
Oregano contains a special "IGF-1" (growth factor).
What is IGF?
It works with EGF, aFGF to increase collagen production in the skin and helps regenerate damaged skin cells. IGF helps your skin absorb nutrients, strengthens it, and gives it the elasticity that you want. It is also effective for alleviating wrinkles.