Did you know oregano means “mountain joy”? Supposedly the Greeks named it that. Whatever you want to call it, oregano is full of fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins and volatile oils. It has antibacterial, antifungul and anti-inflammatory properties. There are so many health benefits and ways to eat oregano. See some of our oregano posts and recipes below!

Favorite Oregano Recipe: Coming Soon

The Lills Food Oregano


We recently learned about and tried using oregano oil. It’s a natural antiseptic, full of antioxidants and it treats infections. Supposedly, it’s also an anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and can eliminate negative organisms in the body when taken daily. It...


While sitting out in the sun one day, we snipped a few of our homegrown herbs and thought to dry them. We brought the leaves into the kitchen, put them on a cooking sheet and into the oven. Once dried, we softly crumbled the basil, parsley and sage leaves…

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