Organic Oregano Tea
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In the Know
We are not kidding when we say that while brewing a cup of Buddha Teas Oregano Tea if you intentionally breathe in the transportive aroma, your mind may deliver you to a seaside café in Santorini; the scent is that evocative. Greek lore has it that Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty, deemed oregano as the symbol of happiness; to bestow blessings of happiness upon a marriage, ancient Greeks would crown the bride & groom in garlands of oregano. This ancient herb, so vital to Mediterranean cuisine, indeed has a rich history, but it also boasts a grand reputation as one of the most medicinally useful plants on earth. Let’s explore …
What Exactly Is Oregano?
In warm climates, oregano is perennial, but it becomes an annual where winter hits hard, as this brightness of the mountain cannot withstand the super cold. Sometimes called wild marjoram, its delicate purple flowers create a distinctive and pleasing visual. What a surprise to learn that this popular home garden herb can get as tall as 4 feet high, and 2 feet wide! If you don’t grow your own herbs, and don’t regularly include oregano when you cook (or even if you do!), you might want to consider including Buddha Teas Oregano Tea in your arsenal of healing herbal teas, as this one is filled to the brim with healing and flavor awesomeness.
Health Benefits of Oregano
You are likely quite familiar with the distinctive scent of oregano. You may even be aware that oregano oil becomes a healing powerhouse when, as “folk medicine” touts, it is consumed for antiviral purposes, able to, as has been voluminously reported, effectively kill viruses. (Though the FDA forbids claims such as these.) What you may not know about the healing powers of oregano, however, is that this totally natural herb has also shown positive results when seeking to heal a multitude of everyday ailments. Its high thymol content (also found in thyme and our Thyme Tea,) make it a super antiseptic.
What Does Oregano Tea Taste Like?
The first thing you’ll notice about Buddha Teas Oregano Tea is its ordinary tea tone; light light brown, leaning towards the golden. One whiff of the scent, however, and you’ll surely know you’re about to indulge in no ordinary tea. With a definite distinction, its savory qualities expand to reveal an experience that finishes a bit tricky, for the rounded flavor spreads into what you might think is actually a caffeinated tea. Not! Zero caffeine content, but all the stunning, rich taste of a full-bodied tea make this Buddha Teas selection a truly unique and exciting choice.
How to Brew Buddha Teas Oregano Tea
Buddha Teas Oregano Tea needs a decent boil and a decent steep time, but not too long, say 3-6 minutes.