The Real Deal, Mexican Oregano is an aromatic plant traditionally Wildcrafted.
It has a wonderful aromatic herb that gives a unique sharp and peppery taste quite different from standard oregano.
It is used for Mexican and Latin dishes in fact most chefs prefer to use Mexican Oregano because it tastes a bit sweeter and less bitter than other oregano varieties.
In Mexico, the dried form of this herb is often mixed with cumin and powdered chilies to make chili powder. It also complements well with tomato-based dishes, salsas, and burritos.
A relative of Lemon Verbena and native to Mexico, and South America.