What Doesn’t Oil of Oregano Do?

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Oil of oregano is nature’s “natural antiseptic.” Up until 1950, it was used to sterilize operating instruments.

Oregano comes from the Greek word meaning, “mountain of joy.”

Hippocrates used Oregano for curing different diseases like stomach pain and respiratory diseases. In the 15th century, Paracelsus used Wild Oregano to treat diarrhea, psoriasis, vomiting, jaundice, and fungal diseases.

Super strength Wild Oil of Oregano is a natural substance derived from Wild Oregano. The Oregano plant grows in remote mountainous regions free of pollution. Only the leaves of the flowering plant are used and are picked when the Oregano plant is highest in essential oil.

Oil of Oregano is well known in the Mediterranean for its ability to stop infections (cold and flu), fighting yeast and fungi and knocking out allergies, hay fever and sinusitis. With its many therapeutic uses, Wild Oil of Oregano can be used internally and externally to fight numerous health conditions.

Oil of Oregano Effectively Treats:

* Colds & Flu’s
* Skin Conditions
* Respiratory & Sinus Conditions
* Digestive Conditions
* Mouth Conditions
* Digestive Conditions
* Burns, Wounds, Cuts
* Sore Muscles & Joints

These are some pretty powerful reasons to use Oil of Oregano.

Carvacrol from Oil of Oregano is a natural phenol that contains powerful anti-microbial activity. Flavonoids provide natural antiseptic properties, and Terpenes (long chain hydrocarbons) are natural anti-inflammatory agents.

In his book The “Practice of Aromatherapy”, Jean Valnet describes how oregano essential oil, superseded anti-inflammatory drugs in reversing pain and inflammation and is nearly as powerful as “morphine” as a painkiller.

Wild Oil of Oregano has been reported to possess significant antioxidant power and stimulates the flow of bile, which greatly aids digestion. (Another incredible benefit)

Oregano oil products have been used as an anti-viral, anti-fungal, (yeast and candida problems), anti-microbial, and an anti-tissue agent, meaning it halts coughs and eases spasticity of the lung tubules.

Oregano essential oil has also been used as a mucolytic, (it helps thin mobilized mucous), anti-spasmodic, (eases tightness and spasms of muscles, and an anti-parasitic.

This is a must in every medicine cabinet for “natural healing.” Do I have it mine?? You bet I do!