There are several names for this plant I used in Hawaii called "oregano" or "mint". It's akin to the black salt I used Hawaiian black salt (combo of activated coconut charcoal and Hawaii sea salt) and NOT the sulfur-infused Kala namak the black salt from Pakistan. In the Hawaii rainforest, it grew in cascades over the rock/stone retaining walls of our garden. Once in a while things were cleared out or cut back, leading to a large pile of fresh leaves. Instead of the mana going to waste, I decided to blanch the thick fleshy oregano leaves into 2-3 pounds for freezing. (enough to pack a larger Freezer bag) And, then craving a chile opted to use these blanched leaves for a base instead of pure tomato. There is a very long list of names for this large-leafed oregano or mint used in folk medicine (2) in over 20 countries from Asia to Europe, South America, and tropical islands.
Latin name: Plectranthus Amboinicus, Variegated or Lamiacaea:
Names used across the world or Synonyms in romaji for Plectranthus Amboinicus (1): Thick leaf thyme, broad leaf thyme, Indian Borage, Pashan Bhedi, Karpooravalli, Patharchur, Torbangun, Daun Kutjing, Daun bangun-bangun, Pokok bangun-bangun, Latai, Suganda, Oregano, Puerto Rican oregano brujo, Cuban oregano, Sup mint, French thyme, Indian mint, Hom duan huu suea, Niam huu suea, Indian Borage, Country borage, Spanish thyme, Mexican mint, French thyme, Indian mint, Can day la, French thyme, Spanish thyme, Broad-leaf thyme.
Additionally, after searching for common names for the Hawaii Oregano or mint to bring clarity to my recipe;- On 12/08/2022 I attended a Dr. Tau Braun Q& A. (Yesterday in terms of relation to this article). He mentioned terpenoids in some approaches to treating snake venom. When I was in Hawaii during this time June 2013-2018 several random people used to approach me and say "Hawaii doesn't have snakes." If you want to call these people perps of DoD gangstalking please do. So I took a quick look into searching for terpenoids with this Oregano, Plectranthus Amboinicus, and found a di-terpenoid (4) correlation.
"The leaves of the plant are often eaten raw or used as flavoring agents, or incorporated as ingredients in the preparation of traditional food. The literature survey revealed the occurrence 76 volatiles and 30 non-volatile compounds belonging to different classes of phytochemicals such as monoterpenoids, diterpenoids, triterpenoids, sesquiterpenoids, phenolics, flavonoids, esters, alcohols and aldehydes."(4)
Then was quickly bound a correlating to Snake venom with Plectranthus Amboinicus article(5) in the scientific article search. Though this is not my area of academic knowledge, I know that the time of the onset of my symptoms June 2013- November 2013 was when I made this vegan Plectranthus Amboinicus Chile recipe. I visited a homeopathic nutritionist in the early spring of 2014 and had gone for allergy testing at the hospital by the time my biotoxin illness was attributed to my severe issues of the biomechanical shutdown. It is well documented since the 1960s and 1970s that Hawaii is a known DoD research experiment on the non-consenting public. I lived with very friendly people at the time, where some transient businessmen who contracted with the Feds for Hawaii infrastructure also resided. All of us at the property probably was exposed to natural or unnatural bio-toxins.