OREGANO ~ Dried ~ Organic ~ Bulk ~
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Dried Oregano (Wild Marjoram) for COOKING, tinctures, medicinals, teas, salves, soaps, poultices, formations, etc.
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We harvest our own organically grown Oregano (Wild Marjoram).
This offer is for 3/4 cup, just about 1/2 ounce, of Oregano (Wild Marjoram)leaves.
From Botanical.com ---Medicinal Action and Uses--- Its properties are stimulant, carminative, diaphoretic and mildly tonic; a useful emmenagogue. It is so acrid that it has been employed not only as a rubefacient, and often as a liniment, but has also been used as a caustic by farriers. A few drops, put on cotton-wool and placed in the hollow of an aching tooth frequently relieves the pain. In the commencement of measles, it is useful in producing a gentle perspiration and bringing out the eruption, being given in the form of a warm infusion, which is also valuable in spasms, colic, and to give relief from pain in dyspeptic complaints.
Externally, the dried leaves and tops may be applied in bags as a hot fomentation to painful swellings and rheumatism, as well as for colic. An infusion made from the fresh plant will relieve nervous headache, by virtue of the camphoraceous principle contained in the oil.
We hand gather, sort, clean and process all of our Oregano (Wild Marjoram) - as well as use it in our own health and beauty aids.
- Questions about this item are always welcome. - Approximate Shipping Weight: 3 ounces
We ship orders once a week.
Our community is in a remote area along the Columbia River where most of the property is 20 natural acres or more and all of the producers are small family operations.
Most of us qualify to become Certified Organic, and a few sell enough products outside the area to be able to actually afford the annual fees. There IS a difference in the quality of life for those who have been long time organic growers!
We look forward to sharing our bounty with you and hope you visit us often...
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