Also Known As: Pot Marjoram
Ingredients: Oregano Ground
Taste and Aroma: Sweet, fresh and lemony.
Uses: Pizza, tomato sauce, vegetables, meat and chili powder.
Substitutes: Oregano Greek, Marjoram Leaves, Italian Seasoning, Basil Leaves or Thyme Leaves.
Fun Fact: Oregano was made popular in the United States by soldiers returning home from World War II.
-Contains antibacterial properties that may help prevent skin infections
-Contains antiparasitic properties that may help prevent digestive problems
-Contains antioxidants properties that may exceed those of apples and blueberries
-May strengthen the immune system
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