Oregano essential oil

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Our oregano essential oil is a steam distillation of branches of the herb with white pink flower which is growing in Turkey. We need around 50 kg to receive 1 kg of essential oil.

Oregano is one of the most potent and powerful essential oils and has been used for centuries in traditional practices. Oregano was and still is a popular cooking spice.

The amazing healing benefits were first discovered in Greece, where it was used as a topical anti-bacterial for the skin and for wounds. Growing wild in high altitude mountainous areas, it got its name, ‘oregano,’ or ‘joy of the mountains.’


Oregano is the strongest antibacterial oil.

Oregano is an antioxidant due to its high phenol content. Oregano has a special affinity with the respiratory and digestive systems and is a good natural antiseptic due to the Thymol content. Oregano is a wonderful addition to an essential oil collection but must be used with care due to the phenol content.


Blend 1-2 drop oregano essential oil with 2 drops lemon in your aroma diffuser to support you when you have bronchitis, flu or respiratory infection.

Give yourself a steam inhalation when you feel the symptoms of flu coming on and want a natural go-to remedy to stave off falling sick, there’s evidence to suggest that oregano oil can help. Add a few drops of oregano oil to a bowl of boiling water, place a towel over your head and breathe in the powerful vapors for 5-10 minutes. The moist steam helps to loosen and drain mucus in the nasal passages and the antibacterial properties of the oil help to fight infections and relieve cold symptoms. This home remedy is excellent for those suffering from sinus infections or pneumonia.

Inhale directly: A deep sniff of oregano oil directly from the bottle is a great pick-me-up and can help open up the airways. Or put 1 drop on a natural stone or tissue.

Oregano oil for cold sores: Mix 3-5 drops of oregano essential oil with 30 ml of a carrier oil ( jojoba or coconut oil) Add the blend directly on the cold sore 5-7 times a day. Repeat this for a few days until the cold sore disappears completely.

Oregano is known to be a moderate skin irritant and a strong mucous membrane irritant. Use not more than 1% concentration on mucous membrane. Oregano has a high phenol content and should never be used on the skin undiluted. Do not use on Hypersensitive, diseased or damaged skin. Do not use during pregnancy.

The suggested shelf life is 3 years.

Botanical name

Origanum Vulgare L.

Production method


Part used for production




Main components

Carvacrol, thymol.

Fragrance profile

Warm, green and herbaceous with a soft camphor note.


15 ml


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