Over-the-hill edged, the leaves of the Origanum Vulgare

times of the discovery of the Origanum Vulgare a Mediterranean

Herb, it is derived to the greek word “oros” for mountain and “ganos”
for joy because according to legends they believe that it is created by the
greek goddess Aphrodite in his garden in Mount Olympus. It is popular as herbal
medicine in different countries. It is native only to Africa, Europe, and southwest
Asia. It is usually famous in the Italian dishes and one of a traditional
medicine. We can also find many medicinal uses of Origanum Vulgare, such
as treating respiratory tract disorders, Gastrointestinal (GI) disorders,
menstrual cramps, and urinary tract disorder, there are also a possibility in
treating acne. Origanum Vulgare contains dominant anti-bacterial and
anti-fungal agent, it also have anti-inflammatory antioxidant and anti-parasitic
properties. This plant also use as a juice started before. The Origanum Vulgare
oil can also use, it has vitamin C, Copper, Magnesium, Calcium, Vitamin B6,
Vitamin E, niacin, thiamine, and riboflavin. This is a flower plant and it is
belong to mint family, have a small green leaves and have purple-flower,
growing from 20-90 cm tall and have opposite leaves 1-4 cm long, the leaves are
ovate (egg-shaped and with a wider end at the base) 10-40 mm long and with 5-25
mm wide, It have a smooth leaves edged, the leaves of the Origanum Vulgare
contains many antioxidant compounds, such as rosmarinic acid. The Origanum Vulgare also attracts
pollinating insects which can be useful for adding grassland that can also help
maintaining wildlife creatures. Also Origanum Vulgare is popular here in
the Philippines because of its abundant population. While Brassica rapa
is a popular vegetable which have many kinds like Snow Cabbage, Chinese White Cabbage.
The Brassica rapa plant also have in the Philippines known as Pechay
Bagiuo or Pechay Wombok. When you ingest the Brassica rapa plant, it is
also ideal to people who are in diet because its low calorie and low fats in
every servings. You can get 287 milligrams of international units of Vitamin A,
32 milligrams of calcium, 95 milligrams of potassium and 21 milligrams of
phosphorus. Brassica rapa only contains 13 calories and 2.5 grams of
carbohydrates, and also in each serving contains 1 grams of protein and 2 grams
of fats which only means that Brassica rapa only has low fat content,  it also have amount of iron, magnesium,
Vitamin C, Vitamin B-6, Zinc, thiamin and folate. Brassica rapa is easy
and affordable to plant. This plant usually can put in some dishes like the Origanum
Vulgare. The extract of the Origanum Vulgare will focus on the
leaves not from the roots, stem nor the flowers, that this study use to as an
alternative water source to Brassica rapa plant. This study can help us
to know that there are possible results to the growth of Brassica rapa.
The extract will serve as the watering to the plant. This study shows if the
plant can sustain the other plant as a water source. This study will also show
us if the Brassica rapa plant can grow without the help of water for it
to survive. This study will show as what are the effects that will happen. The Brassica
rapa and Origanum Vulgare are mostly use as a part of ingredients
for foods/dishes. These two plants are in the leafy family of vegetables and it
has many characteristics that can benefit animals and human. The Brassica
rapa is growing about 8-36 inches tall, it is also economically important
kind of vegetable because of its characteristic, the Origanum Vulgare
grown 3-4 years, it gave a flavor o he dishes, It is most use in Italian pizza.
The Origanum Vulgare also use in potpourri. The extract is made up of Origanum
Vulgare juice using by blender to be an alternative water source to Brassica
rapa. This study will work on the situation of how will plant can be the
source to the growth of other organisms or plants. This study will left many
conclusion of how will it work even though it doesn’t have water to soak it
because we will use the Origanum Vulgare extract as an alternative water
source for the growth of  Brassica
rapa plant.