Oregano, tincture (2oz/59ml) - Swedish Bitters Herb Company Private Stock
Latin (botanical) name: Origanum vulgare
Common names: Oregano Oil
Plant Description: Oregano can be found in the mountains of Europe and other temperate regions. The plant can be either erect or sprawling, and is a branched perennial herb. Its foliage is finely textured and grayish-green. The leaves are fleshy, broadly ovate, and heart-shaped with serrate edges. As the entire plant surface is covered by trichomes, it is an aromatic and pungent plant. Oregano blooms in late summer, and the small flowers are white or purple. They often occur in whorls, with the calyx being bell-shaped. The corolla is purplish and much longer than the calyx which forms a short cylindrical tube. Oregano has a taproot system and produces bracts during summer.
Usage: Internally: 1-4 drops, two or three times daily. May be diluted in water. Four drops contain 25.8 mg carvacrol. Externally, apply liberally as needed. Shake well before using.
Cautions & Interactions: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if pregnant or nursing. A normal tingling sensation may be noticed when applied externally. Avoid contact with genitals.