Himalaya Oregano Herb
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Oregano is a herb from the mint, or Lamiaceae family. People have used it for thousands of years to add flavor to dishes and to treat health conditions.
The flavour of oregano leaves, a culinary herb from the Lamiaceae family of mint plants, can be enhanced by drying them rather than using fresh ones. Because of its aromatic, toasted flavour, it enhances flavour when ingested as part of a diet and provides some crucial antioxidants. Throughout the Mediterranean region, oregano has been used for centuries in herbal medicine to treat a number of respiratory ailments.
Oregano, a culinary herb from the Lamiaceae family of mint plants, is used for the flavour of its leaves, which can be more flavorful when dried than when they are fresh. When consumed as part of a diet, it contributes certain essential antioxidants and boosts flavour thanks to its aromatic, toasty flavour. Oregano has been used for millennia in herbal therapy throughout the Mediterranean region to treat a variety of respiratory conditions.
A member of the mint, or Lamiaceae, family, oregano is a herb.
For thousands of years, people have used it to flavour food and alleviate illnesses.
Exclusively grown in the Himalayas of India, rich in flavour and scent.
The Himalayan herbs used by Kasheer Natural are used to improve flavours and aromas. Antioxidants are found in herbs like oregano. Dietary antioxidants aid in the body's elimination of free radicals, which are harmful byproducts of environmental stressors and natural processes. Oxidative stress may be brought on by a buildup of free radicals. Cell damage caused by oxidative stress has been linked to a number of disorders, including cancer and diabetes.
Packaging and Delivery
Price per Quantity= $2.60
1 Quantity= 1 kg
Minimum order value=1000
Cost of minimum order= $2600
|Is It Dried||Dried|
|Shelf Life||12 MONTH|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1000|