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OREGANO or Origanum vulgare- This is probably one of the best known herbs as it is used in kitchens to enhance flavors of recipes around the world in a variety of cuisines from Italian, Mexican, French, in addition to a number of Asian countries as well. Although it can be used fresh, its aroma is more intense if the leaves are dry, which is why it is usually marketed as a spice. Turkey was the largest producer of this plant with olive green leaves and purple flowers which grows to about 3 feet in height, but it is now grown almost everywhere commercially. The kitchen is not the only place you will find this herb as many people know it's many other useful applications and know they should always have some on hand because there is always something they will need it for. Taken by mouth respiratory tract disorders such as coughs, asthma, allergies, croup, and bronchitis. It is also taken by mouth for stomach disorders such as heartburn, bloating, and parasites. Oregano is also taken by mouth for painful menstrual cramps, rheumatoid arthritis, urinary tract disorders including urinary tract infections (UTIs), headaches, diabetes, bleeding after having a tooth pulled, heart conditions, and high cholesterol. Applied to the skin for skin conditions including acne, athlete's foot, dandruff, canker sores, warts, wounds, ringworm, rosacea, and psoriasis; as well as for insect and spider bites, gum disease, toothaches, muscle and joint pain, and varicose veins. The plant contains carbohydrates, fats and proteins. It contains minerals such as zinc, sodium, phosphorus, potassium, iron, magnesium, calcium and vitamins including A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, E, K.