Oregano extract is a fragrant herb growing in mountainous Mediterranean regions. It’s well-known for its use in Italian, Greek and Spanish cooking, but it doesn’t just taste good. Historically, oregano has been used as a herbal medicine for indigestion and as an antiseptic. Nowadays, it’s used as a natural antibiotic and an antifungal.The main components of oregano extract: the whole plant contains oregano oil, and the main oil is p-cymene, caravanol, thymol, γ-terpinene, β-bisabolene, and Geranium acetate and so on.
It’s also a good source of vitamin K – needed for blood-clotting and strong bones. A teaspoon of oregano contains 8% of your recommended daily amount of vitamin K. Oregano is available as a fresh or dried herb, or in capsules. It can also be used as a highly concentrated essential oil, so remember to dilute it first.
Oregano extract (OE) and oregano oil extract (OEO) have been read for their bioactive properties, and a significant advance to understanding their systems of activity is ID of significant segments. The unpredictable smell mixes in oregano OEO has been very much portrayed, with most of distributed articles on oregano zeroing in on the basic oil. The most plentiful mixes present in OEO incorporate the diterpenes carvacrol and thymol, which have been widely read for their enemy of bacterial and against oxidant properties. Studies have distinguished these mixes as including up to 92% of the complete fundamental oil content24–26.
Oregano extract has been delivered utilizing different extraction strategies making an assortment of concentrates that can change in phytochemical arrangement. In a hydroalcoholic (80:20 methanol:water) remove, Martins et al. revealed the significant parts to be luteolin 7-O-glucoside (20.88%), rosmarinic corrosive (14.62%), luteolin O-glucuronide (12.48%), and apigenin-7-O-glucuronide (5.78%)27. In sub-and supercritical CO2 extraction, the significant phytochemicals distinguished incorporate carvacrol, linalyl acetic acid derivation, thymol, and cis-sabinene hydrate28. Different mixes recognized in an ethanolic concentrate of oregano are 4-hydroxy-4-methyl-2-pentanone, rosmarinic corrosive, thymol, luteolin 7-O-glucoside, and caffeic acid29.
|Product Name||Oregano Extract|
|Storage||Sealed, placed in a dry and cool place|
|Shelf Years||2 Years|
Brown Yellow Fine powder
Loss on Drying
95% pass 80 mesh
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Yeast & Mold
Oregano Extract Benefits:
Fresh oregano is a great antibacterial agent. It has phytonutrients (thymol and carvacrol), which fight infections such as staph. It's loaded with antioxidants that help prevent cell damage, and it's an excellent source of fiber, vitamin K, manganese, iron, vitamin E, tryptophan and calcium.
1. There are many studies to support the use of oregano in protecting humans against various virus related infections.
2.Numerous studies have discovered the presence of potent antioxidant compounds, namely carvacrol and thymol, in abundance in oregano.
3.Oregano powder also offers antiseptic qualities and is used in many herbal medicines to treat symptoms of the cold.
4.Oregano is an effective pain reliever. Chew fresh oregano leaves or add them to the tea to tackle painful menstrual cramps and avoid effects of menopause.
5.Based on many trials, it has been found that oregano has a positive effect on preventing the growth and formation of cancer cells.
6.Carvacrol present in oregano possesses the anti-inflammatory property and can be used to restrict development of diabetes and many autoimmune diseases.
7.Thymol and carvacrol present in oregano are beneficial to treat intestinal parasites without any side effects.
8.Oregano oil has been studied to restrict the growth of 23 bacterial species including Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
9.Oregano is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, potassium and can reduce inflammation, lower the risk of heart problems, regulates blood pressure and heart rate.
1. Feed additives oregano extract is an antibacterial and growth-promoting additive approved by the Ministry of Agriculture of China. It is formulated as a 10% premix for use in the feed additive industry. It has a significant role in promoting animal growth and can promote the digestion and absorption of nutrients. Feed utilization rate.
2. Natural antibiotic oregano oil can prevent and treat bacterial infections in the gastrointestinal tract, such as diseases caused by Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Pasteurella, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, and Coccidia.
3. The natural preservative oregano oil has a strong bactericidal effect and can replace carcinogenic, teratogenic or toxic chemical preservatives as food preservatives.
4. Food seasoning spices The content of juniper acetate in oregano oil is relatively high, with a strong aromatic taste, and can be used as an excellent food seasoning.
5. In the cosmetics industry, oregano oil can be used as a raw material for skin care and beauty products.