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Oregano Oil Escape the Flu and Cold Season















Oregano Oil Escape the Flu and Cold Season

Nature's herbal apothecary takes care of this ( Flu and Cold Season ) nuisance with the most powerful cold buster ever, oil of Oregano from wild grown Mediterranean Oregano. As an immune stimulant, oil of Oregano is king of herbs as proven by Polish researchers who tested 70 varieties of plants and found Oregano to be the one with the most significant immune boosting powers. The efficacy of Oregano does not stop at boosting the immune system. It is possibly the most powerful antibiotic, antiviral and antifungal remedy available.

As most of us know, an antibiotic prescription given at the doctor's office is useless against viral infection, which is what causes colds and the flu. The flu virus mutates constantly. Although labs cook up an antiviral cocktail containing several previous flu viruses, chances are slim that those same viruses will attack again and thus your bodywill not have resistance to new ones lurking around the corner. In addition to that, the vaccine may be contaminated with toxic mercury or aluminum, which is added as a preservative. The stress caused by the actual shooting of this polluted concoction directly into the bloodstream can greatly hamper your immune system.

Daily doses (three drops three times a day) oil of Oregano will help keep your immune system strong enough to fight off most cold and flu viruses. Should one sneak in, conduct a full frontal attack by getting lots of sleep, drinking plenty of water and taking frequent dosages of oregano oil to stop it in its tracks. Hepatitis and Herpes are two other viral infections which have responded well to treatment with oil of Oregano.

oil of Oregano also works as an antibiotic, meaning it doesn't just protect against viruses but also against bacteria. It has been shown in lab tests to be as effective as one of the strongest antibiotics (Vancomycin) in killing staph, E.coli and other bacteria. It does this without creating mutant strains of drug resistant bacteria and it has none of the debilitating side effects of pharmaceutical antibiotics. For AIDS and cancer patients, diabetics and those bedridden in hospital, oregano oil is a defensive weapon against potentially deadly bacteria. It is easy to take and effective against many known forms of pathogens.

North Americans suffer from a virtual epidemic of candida infection. Candida albicans is a form of fungus that occurs naturally in the gut. Antibiotics kill some of the good flora in the intestinal tract. This allows the candida to multiply unchecked. Candida feeds on sugar and refined grains. With the North American diet being high in both of these, candida quickly multiplies and ends up in the bloodstream. Nail fungus, thrush, skin disorders, vaginal yeast, allergies and chronic fatigue are only a few of the annoying symptoms caused by candida infection. Oregano oil is also effective to treat fungal infections.

Oil of Oregano is a powerful antiparasitic. In studies done in Mexico it was shown to be effective against giardia, a water borne parasite that our Ontario readers may be familiar with.
Pinworms and other nasty creatures that often inhabit our intestines are subject to termination by oregano oil.

Teeth and gums benefit greatly from oral application of oil of Oregano since it destroys the bacteria that form plaque and cause gum disease. You may put a drop or two under the tongue and then swish it around in your mouth before swallowing or put a drop on your toothbrush when you clean your teeth.

Inflammation is a component of not only of many infections but also diseases, especially those involving joints and tendons. An article published in Phytotherapy Research describes how oil of Oregano superseded anti-inflammatory drugs in reversing pain and inflammation and is nearly as powerful as morphine as a pain killer. It has the ability to penetrate the skin and reach as far as the sinovial fluid in joints. It may help to alleviate arthritis, carpal tunnel, sports injuries and even backache. Rub the oil on the skin to cover the affected area in addition to taking it internally.

Do not confuse the medicinal wild Mediterranean oregano for what is sometimes called oregano in the marketplace. What you find on the grocery store shelf is usually Spanish marjoram and does not share the true wild oregano's therapeutic qualities. The best therapeutic oregano grows wild in the Mediterranean and has been known since Hippocrate's time to be a powerful medicinal plant.

Olive oil is used to dilute pure oil of Oregano because, in its pure form, the oil is far too caustic. This is primarily due to the predominant phenol carvacrol, which accounts for a large percentage of the composition of oregano oil. Please beware of taking the pure essential oil as it could harm you.

Recently, the FDA has started to allow vendors of oil of Oregano to make qualified statements concerning its health benefits. However, these benefits only occur when at least two tablespoons of oil are taken a day. Whether the edible oil is olive, flax seed, coconut, palm or hemp seed oil, the same intake level of two tablespoons daily is required to produce results. As an average dose of oregano oil is about nine drops (or one third of a milliliter) per a day, do not expect to derive any benefit from the edible oil that it is mixed with. Do ensure that the edible oil is fresh and certified organic to remove the possibility of rancidity or pesticide contamination. If you have a health challenge, you certainly don't need further assault from chemical contamination.
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Oil of Oregano Internal Use











Oil of Oregano Internal Use


Add a drop or two of Wild Oil of Oregano to a glass of juice or milk and drink. You can put a drop of oregano oil under your tongue, but be warned it may taste hot and require some fluids if it is uncomfortable to you.

Taken internally Wild Oil of Oregano is highly effective against a wide range of yeast, fungi, bacteria, and candidas. It also kills internal parasites and viruses.

The vapors from Wild Oil of Oregano can be inhaled to clear the air of viruses, bacteria, and fungi. A small cloth with a few drops of the oregano oil can be sniffed occasionally while riding on public transportation or when in crowds.
Vaginal membranes and other genital regions: Exert caution here, as significant heat and burning sensation will result.

Oregano oil is a peppery spice. For application to sensitive genital regions be sure to dilute a few drops of the oregano oil in a teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil or coconut fat. Apply as needed.

Diaper Rash or other Infantile Conditions:
Avoid using straight oregano oil on infants; always dilute by placing a few drops of the oil in a teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil or coconut fat. If stronger dosages are needed, use only a drop at a time on infantile skin.

There are no known side effects and Oil of Oregano is compatible with any other natural remedy or prescription drug.
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Oil of Orehgano Topical Use

Oil of Orehgano Topical Use

Apply Wild Oil of Oregano directly to affected region once or twice daily; use more often if necessary. If rash/irritation occurs, discontinue use.

On Skin: Rub a few drops of oil of oregano vigorously into the affected area. Repeat as necessary.

In Shampoos: Add a few drops of Wild 0il of Oregano to your shampoo. After shampooing allow the lather to sit for a few minutes, then rinse.

In Soap: Add a few drops to all pump soaps and use during showering and hand washing for excellent antisepsis.

On Gums and Teeth: Use a drop of oil of oregano on your toothbrush instead of toothpaste to brush your teeth. Rub on gums and teeth for various indications. Apply once or twice daily.

For Warts or Boils: Saturate affected area(s). Cover with a bandage. Repeat dressing until lesions are clear.

Toe Fungus and Athlete's Foot: Put a drop on top of the toe nail and spread over the affected area. The oil of oregano will penetrate through the nail to kill the fungus underneath. Rub the oil between the toes to relieve athlete's foot problems.
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Benefits of Wild Oregano Oil

Benefits of Wild Oregano 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 & Flues
* Skin Conditions
* Respiratory & Sinus Conditions
* Digestive Conditions
* Mouth Conditions
* Digestive Conditions
* Burns, Wounds, Cuts
* Sore Muscles & Joints
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WILD OIL OF OREGANO









WILD OIL OF OREGANO


Wild Oregano Oil is guaranteed to contain 75- 85 percent carvacrol, more than most other products on the market.

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.

Jean Valnet, in his book The "Practice of Aromatherapy", describes how oregano essential oil superseded anti-inflammatory drugs in reversing pain and inflammation and is nearly as powerful as morphine as a painkiller.
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What are the Side Effects of Oil of Oregano?

What are the Side Effects of Oil of Oregano?

While Oil of Oregano has many benefits, there are a few possible side effects:

* Oregano oil may reduce the body's ability to absorb iron. Therefore, it is recommended that any regular use be combined with regular consumption of iron supplements. For this reason, pregnant women are advised not to take Oil of Oregano regularly.
* People that have allergies to thyme, basil, mint, or sage may be sensitive to Oil of Oregano as well, since they are in the same family of plants. If any skin irritation, rashes, or vomiting occurs when using it, it is recommended that you discontinue use and consult your doctor.
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Uses of Oil of Oregano










Uses of Oil of Oregano


Skin Infections
Oil of Oregano can be applied directly onto the skin to treat itches, skin infections, and irritated gums, but only if it has been diluted. Always follow the instructions on your particular bottle before applying topically onto the skin, since highly concentrated oils may first need to be mixed with Olive Oil or Coconut Oil before application (usually one teaspoon of Olive Oil or Coconut Oil per one drop of Oil of Oregano).

Digestive Problems
The high concentrations of thymol and carvacrol in Oil of Oregano have been shown to calm upset stomachs and digestion. A quick home remedy for mild indigestion is to drink a glass of milk or juice that is mixed with 2 or 3 drops of the oregano oil.

Sinus Congestion
Oil of Oregano has long been regarded as a natural remedy for sinus or lung congestion. Simply mix 2 or 3 drops of oil with juice, and drink this daily. Improvements are normally noticed within 3-5 days.

Colds and Sore Throats
Oil of Oregano is an excellent early defense mechanism when you feel a cold or sore throat coming on. Simply take 3 drops of Oregano Oil once per day (you can mix it into a glass of
orange juice) and you should notice results within a few hours. Repeat this once per day for up to 5 days until the symptoms are gone.
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