While visiting Young Living’s Farm in Ecuador, we had the opportunity to learn how their Oregano plants are grown. The species of Oregano that they grow is Plectrantus Amboinicus. The Ecuador farm has 20 acres of Oregano.
Oregano begins in the greenhouse. It spends 3 weeks in the nursery and then is planted in the fields. It remains in the fields for 5 months before being harvested. When harvested the entire plant is removed and then they replant new ones.
While distilling all of their essential oils, the oils touch nothing except stainless steel and glass. After it is distilled, samples from each batch are taken to their on-premise laboratory to be analyzed. The Ecuador Farm has the complete Seed to Seal process in this one location!
Oregano in the Greenhouse Oregano in the Fields
There are many great uses for Oregano Essential Oil.
Oregano, when taken as a dietary supplement, supports a healthy lifestyle regimen and may also be used to enhance the flavor of foods and your favorite savory recipes.
It is an important ingredient in ImmuPower™ and a key oil in the Raindrop Technique®.
What’s your favorite way to use Oregano? We’d love to hear from you! Comment below. 🙂
Chelsa Bruno & Dana Ripepe
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