Naturally preserves gastrointestinal function

Pure Organic oregano oil. High carvacrol content. Available in two forms: capsules and liquid.

MN467-G - Oregamar

MARNYS® Organic Oregamar contributes to the functionality of digestive processes due to the presence of Carvacrol in Origanum vulgare. Available in two forms: softgels and liquid.

Carvacrol is a polyphenol and the main bioactive constituent in Oregano. MARNYS® Organic Oregamar contains a minimum carvacrol and thymol content of 60% and 4% respectively. This product also contains olive oil whose content of monounsaturated Omega-9 fatty acids (oleic acid) is a valuable support for body well-being. Oregano is widely used as a culinary agent, and aromatic and flavouring ingredient, and in herbology, where its useful action for digestion has been documented. MARNYS® Organic Oregamar, and its oregano oil, has got the following property:

  • It contributes to the normal functioning of the gastrointestinal system (EFSA ON HOLD 2824).

MARNYS® Organic Oregamar is the ideal supplement for people who want to preserve their gastrointestinal functioning. Available in two forms: soft-gel capsules for better preservation and dosage, and liquid form to mix with water or juice (see instructions for use). Ingredients of agricultural origin obtained according to organic farming standards.


OREGAMAR CAPSULES AND LIQUID: organic virgin olive oil* (Olea europaea) and organic oregano oil* (Origanum vulgare). *Ingredients of agricultural origin obtained according to organic farming standards.



OREGAMAR CAPSULES: take 1 capsule a day.

OREGAMAR LIQUID: take 1 to 3 drops mixed with a little water or juice (30ml). Take between 1 and 8 times a day as needed spacing out intakes.

If oral intake exceeds 2 weeks time, intake combined with MARNYS REDUTRIM PRO is recommended.


30 capsules
30ml bottle with dropper
· Food supplements should not be used as a substitiute for a balanced nutrition.
· It is recommended to keep a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
· Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
· Keep away from children.
· Do not store at a temperatures above 30ºC.


Oregano: a spice that gives flavour and health to your meals

Origanum (oregano) species, rich in essential oils, have been used for thousands of years as a spice and in herbology as a digestant. The term hyssop (the Greek form of the Hebrew word ‘ezov‘), also called ‘za’atar‘ in Arabic and ‘origanum‘ in Latin, was first mentioned in the Bible. Origanum vulgare is an evergreen shrub with healthy properties, known locally as Jungali Tulsi, oregano or Himalayan marjoram. It is widely found in the Mediterranean areas and in North Africa. The major constituents in O. vulgare are carvacrol, thymol, r-Cymene and y-Terpinene.

How to grow an Oregano plant at home




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