Oregano tea is a popular herbal remedy used to treat cough, colds, sore throat, bronchitis and other respiratory diseases. Oregano tea is also known as common oregano or common oreganum. It was traditionally used for its ability to relieve pain and inflammation caused by various conditions such as asthma, colds, flu and sinus infections.
The herb is commonly available in many forms including teas, capsules, tablets and tinctures. Some of these are made from dried leaves while others are prepared with fresh herbs. There are several types of oregano tea products on the market today:
• Natural Oregano Tea – This type of oregano tea contains no artificial ingredients and is free from preservatives. It’s easy to prepare and it tastes great!
• Organic Oregano Tea – This type of oregano tea is grown without pesticides, fertilizers or chemical additives. It comes in organic and non-organic varieties.
• Organic Oregano Tincture – This type of oregano tea is made using only organic ingredients and has been tested for safety by the FDA.
Is there any difference between the two types of oregano tea?
• Organic oregano tea is made from organic oregano oil. This type of oregano tea is completely natural and contains no additives or preservatives.
• Natural oregano tea is made from wild Mediterranean oregano that’s carefully harvested in Turkey. It contains no artificial ingredients and comes with a fresh and clear taste.
What can you benefit from drinking organic oregano tea?
The tea helps improve your immune system and keeps you from getting sick. It can strengthen your body’s defenses and fights off many types of bacteria, viruses and other harmful pathogens that cause respiratory problems. Besides treating the common cold and flu, oregano tea can also relieve symptoms caused by allergies and seasonal change such as runny nose, sore throat, coughing, sneezing, itchy eyes, fever and sinus infections.
How long does it take to work?
Many people begin feeling the positive effects within an hour or so. However, you can feel the beneficial results within a few days of drinking oregano tea on a regular basis.
Does it have any side effects?
Common oregano tea is safe for most adults. Don’t exceed the recommended dosage and don’t drink on an empty stomach. Pregnant women should consult their physician before using this product.
Can I drink it instead of antibiotics?
Antibiotics are designed to kill harmful bacteria and germs that make you sick. Unfortunately, some of the good bacteria in your body can also be destroyed by antibiotics. This can cause negative changes in your digestive system that make you more prone to getting sick in the future. Drinking oregano tea after taking antibiotics helps prevent this from happening.
Can I drink it instead of decongestants?
Many people use over-the-counter decongestants to relieve symptoms caused by the common cold or flu. These drugs can cause serious health issues such as elevated blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, and heart attack in older patients. Drinking oregano tea instead can help you avoid these harmful effects.
Are there any side effects?
Common oregano tea doesn’t usually cause any serious side effects. Don’t take it if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. Drink a small amount at first to check for allergic reactions
How do I prepare it?
One tea bag of organic oregano tea should be added to an 8-ounce cup of hot water. Allow it to steep for 3-5 minutes. Strain the tea bag and drink immediately. You can add low-fat milk, sugar or honey to improve the taste.
What type of water should I use?
Always use purified water to make the tea. Do not use mineral water, tap water or distilled water to make this tea.
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Does Organic Oregano tea have additives?
No, it doesn’t. It’s completely natural and won’t leave any awful aftertaste in your mouth.
Are there any alcohol ingredients in it?
No, it doesn’t contain any alcohol.
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