Ingredients (in descending order): Amount per serving:
Oregano Oil (Standardized to >70% Carvacrol) 43 mg (30 mg carvacrol)
Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Olive Oil
Source Country of Origin:
Our Wild Mediterranean Oregano Oil comes from Turkey.
It is 100% guaranteed true Wild Oregano (Origanum vulgare).
SERVING SIZE: 36 mg (4 drops)
Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Microbial, Anti-Fungal, Anti-Candida, Vermifuge (kills parasites)
Wild Oregano (Origanum vulgare) has a history of medical use that dates back to ancient Greece1. It was used extensively, both internally and externally, as medicine2. To the Greeks this plant was sacred and synonymous with health1. Wild Oregano has a unique (also found in Thyme and Marjoram) essential oil content called phenolic compounds that have anti-microbial activity3. Current medical research has found the major phenol, Carvacrol, to be the active biochemical in Wild Oregano that provides the anti-microbial action.
Oregano Oil is the most powerful natural antimicrobial compound for acute use. It is also safe. Oregano Oil works like tea tree oil, goldenseal and grapefruit seed extract all in one. Consider it as an antibacterial herbal medicine that may kill the microbes on contact. It is not a booster like Echinacea, but a killer for acute inundation and protection when traveling or if vulnerable to microbial breakdown. Wild Oregano Oil has an immediate impact on acute germ inundation and it can be used safely on a daily basis long term or can be used for acute care for those with immune deficiency and are prone to getting sick suddenly. Providing a broader spectrum of benefit than Echinacea, Tea Tree, Goldenseal and Grapefruit Seed extract combined, Carvacrol circulates in the blood with anti-microbial action. Powerful actions of Oregano Oil include: Anti-septic & Anti-microbial4,5, Anti-fungal7, Anti-parasitic6, Anti-spasmodic2, and Expectorant2,8
Wild Oregano Oil has a wide range of clinical applications. It is a powerful anti-microbial agent that will aid destruction of bacteria and parasites on contact4,5,6. Oil of Oregano also may kill yeast, molds7 and is the most effective natural product to help kill Candida. In Candida, combine with Digest Ease/Digest-Aid to increase innate digestive enzymes to reacidify the digestive pH so that Candida cannot proliferate. It is a traveler’s friend, especially in 3rd world countries as it will help keep parasites (from amoebas to giardia) and unusual bacteria and virus form gaining a foothold in the body. Oregano oil may kill parasites in pets when added to their food.
Wild Oregano Oil can be used topically but must be greatly diluted first. Dilute a few drops of Oregano Oil into 1 oz. of oil.
CONTRA-INDICATIONS AND CAUTIONS:
Oregano Oil will produce a warming sensation that can be quite intense. Keep away from the eyes, ears and genitals. It is best to dilute this oil before oral use in a thick juice. Young children will not like the strong taste and infants should not use it.
COMPLIMENTARY FORMULAS & SINGLE HERBS which may prove beneficial:
Goldenseal (if sinus infection, or discolored mucus)
Echinacea Goldenseal (for flu if mucus is discolored or fever)
Aller-Calm/Allerg-Ease (if allergy related)
Digest Ease (to increase digestive enzymes and acidify pH in Candida)
Immuno Tonic/Immuno-Stimulant (to boost immunity if the intent is prevention)
Respir Ease/Respiratory Complex (if congested and viral)
Kids Cough (alcohol free version of Respir Ease for kids)
Ear Clear Oil (place in ears if ear infection concurrently with Oregano Oil orally)
Cold and Sinus Blaster (sinus infections and allergies)
Yin Chiao Plus (at very first sign of coming down with something)
Internal Acute: 2-6 drops in water or juice up to every 2 hours until symptoms subside plus a few days. Can go up to 10 drops when necessary per serving.
Internal Long Term: 1-4 drops in water or juice 1-3 times per day. Long term use is OK.
Topical: Use enough to cover the area desired. If a warming sensation occurs that is unpleasant, dilute in a little lotion or vegetable oil first.
1Grieve, M. 1971. A Modern Herbal. Dover Publications: New York, NY.
2Chevallier, A. 1996. The Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants. DK Publishing, Inc: New York, NY.
3Mills, S. & Bone, K. 2000. The Principles and Practice of Phytotherapy. Churchill Livingstone: London, UK.
4Lambert, Skandamis, Coote, & Nychas. “A study of the inhibitory concentration and mode of Action of oregano essential oil, thymol and carvacrol.” Journal of Applied Microbiology, September 2001; v.91 (3):
5Ultee, Kets, & Smid. “Mechanisms of action of carvacrol on the food-borne pathogen Bacillus
Cereus.” Applied Environmental Microbiology October 1999; v.65 (10):
6Force, Sparks, & Ronzio. “Inhibition of enteric parasites by emulsified oil of oregano in vivo.”
Phytotherapy Research May 2000; v.14 (3):
7Akgul, A. & Kivanc, M. “Inhibitory effects of selected Turkish spices and oregano components on some food borne fungi.” International Journal of Food Microbiology May 1988; v.6 (3):
8Wichtl, M. 1994. Herbal Drugs and Phytopharmaceuticals. CRC Press: London, UK.
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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.