Oregano tea is a powerful cure for different types of infections and sinusitis. For centuries, drinking this tea has been a tradition in many cultures all over the world. Quercetin, rosmaric acid, luteolin, eriocitrion are the compounds and minerals which can be found in oregano.
Each one of them is essential for our health and has the power to keep our organism working at an optimal level. They can drastically affect our cells and most of them have anti-oxidant properties. Also, they keep our cells damage-free.
Here is something more about the properties of oregano tea and remember that, drinking oregano tea can help us in many ways.
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Regular consumption of oregano tea slows down the growth of harmful microorganisms. Numerous studies have proven that. And there is one study in particular which shows that minerals in oregano leaves are able to fight malaria. That study has been published in the “Journal of Food Studies”. Moreover, oregano tea has the power to stop the growth of candida fungi (the main cause of yeast infections).
Anti malign tumors
Oregano contains a phytochemical called quercetin and the good news is that a specific study has shown that quercetin is able to slow the growth of tumor cells. It can also promote apoptosis.
How to prepare Oregano Tea?
- 4-6 fresh oregano leaves,
- 2+1/2 cups of water,
- 1 tablespoon of raw organic honey.
In order to make the oregano leaves release the oil, you must cut them nicely. Boil the water for 10-12 minutes and after that add the leaves. Steep for 5 minutes, strain the tea and add honey. Drink the tea while it is still hot.
Oregano tea is helpful for headaches, respiratory issues, and coughs. You can use it during colds or as a prevention during the flu season. Also, it fights off parasites, warts, and lice.