How to make soap out of oregano?
To make soap from scratch requires treating an oil or fat with an alkali, such as lye. Oregano is an additive that can be added to the soap after the saponification process is complete.
No, the oregano that we eat is derived from the Origanum Marjoram plant. The medicinal Oregano Oil is derived from the Origanum Vulgare plant. Unfortunately, some people don't realize this and they produce oil of oregano from the Marjoram plant. Watch out for "homemade" oils. So, when you go to buy your Oregano oil make sure it is derived from the Origanum Vulgare plant. And make sure it's percentage of Carvacrol is at least 60%.