What is Healthier: Oregano, Rosemary or Basil?

What is Healthier: Oregano, Rosemary or Basil?

- in Health, Herbs & Oils

Rosemary, basil or oregano. All have a similar taste, and each has a different purpose in preserving and improving our health.

These spices are include in the Mediterranean group and have antibiotic, antiseptic and antioxidant action. A combination of different spices cure for a variety of difficulties in the body.


Rosemary – is helping for low blood pressure, stimulates the excretion of urine from the body, improves circulation and is often used in gels against rheumatism and inflammation of the joints.

Basil –is use to relax the tense muscles, to stimulate digestion and back body strength.

Oregano – is known as one of the strongest natural antiseptics and antibiotics with strong antibacterial and antiviral activity, but also as one of the strongest natural antioxidants. It is a great for cold. This specific spice is effective against acne, arthritis, cancer, inflammatory conditions and mutation of cells. Also, oregano stimulates digestion and the function of the liver and bile, and successfully applied in acute and chronic sinusitis, virus diseases, flu and colds, and chronic headache.

It contains many minerals such as copper, niacin, beta – carotene and other nutrients, and is 42 times richer with antioxidants than apples, 12 times than oranges and four times than blueberries.

Oregano, basil and rosemary contains so-called rosemary acid, a strong antioxidant that prevent the cell damage caused by free radicals, thus reducing the risk of cancer, heart disease, atherosclerosis and premature aging.


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