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Oregano Extract

Oregano Oil is Helpful for Skin Conditions

 

You can use oregano oil on your skin: It’s thought that oregano oil is helpful for skin conditions like cold sores, muscle aches, nail fungus, joint pain, and dandruff. Try diluting it with a carrier oil like jojoba, sweet almond, olive, or grapeseed, at 10 to 12 drops oregano oil per ounce of carrier oil. However, don’t use oregano oil on broken or sensitive skin, as it can be irritating.  Test a little before applying it to a larger area.  There is some evidence suggestions that it may be effective for treatment of psoriasis.

 

Pure, Undiluted Oregano Oil has Anti-Fungal and Anti-Mold Properties

 

Did you know pure, undiluted oregano oil has anti-fungal properties: Some studies have shown that in lab cultures, oregano oil puts up a strong fight against Candida albicans, the bacteria that causes the fungal infection candida. Other research found it may have a similar effect against the mold fungis Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus niger.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Pure, Undiluted Oregano Oil and GI Problems

 

Oregano oil also used for GI problems: Because there’s some evidence that oil of oregano has anti-fungal or antiviral properties, it’s thought to be helpful for some gastrointestinal issues. One small study showed that treatment with oregano oil may be useful for parasite infections.

 

Stuffed up? Oregano oil can provide relief.

Stuffed up? You may find some relief by adding a couple drops of oregano oil to a diffuser or vaporizer and inhaling for a few minutes. Drinking a few drops of oil in juice or water may also provide some relief from a sore throat.

Renowned French Researcher Documented the Benefits of Pure Oregano Oil.

Paul Belaiche, a renowned French health professional:

studied and documented the microbial qualities of essential oils in 1979.  His research revealed that oregano oil was more beneficial than forty different oils.  Oregano oil was classified as being one of the strongest microbial oils against broad spectrum microorganisms.

Oregano inhibited the growth of these common pathogenic germs that we deal with every day, including:

Proteus (intestinal infection)
Neisseria flava (sinus and ear infection)
Staphylococcus (food poisoning, staph infections)
Candida albicans (yeast fungus that can live throughout the body)
Pneumococcus (lung infection, including pneumonia) and
Streptococcus (strep throat, bacterial pneumonia, and meningitis).

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.