Oregano Italian Heirloom Herb Seeds Non-GMO
Italian Oregano Heirloom Herb Seeds
Italian Oregano is a culinary, large-leaved variety with white flowers. Use oregano leaves dried or fresh in chili, tomato sauce, meats, and pizza. Oregano is a very popular "pizza herb" widely used in Italian, Greek and Mexican cooking. Leaves can be used fresh or dried and add warm spicy flavor to your favorite recipes! Sprigs can be cut as soon as the plant reaches six inches tall. The flowers are white and bloom all summer. Oregano flowers are edible and a nice addition to a salad or dish! Oregano was used in herbal medicine as long ago as the Ancient Greeks. This plant has been used both for culinary and medicinal purposes for centuries. Hippocrates used it as an antiseptic. The fresh leaves were chewed for the relief of a toothache, indigestion, or a lingering cough, Recent scientific research has found that the oil of oregano has significant antibacterial, antioxidant, and antiviral effects, whether used externally or internally.
0.01 g / 400+ Seeds