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Oregano Extract

Medical Uses for Oregano Oil in Modern Times

Medical Uses for Oregano oil in Modern Times

Today, studies have demonstrated the oregano does possess many beneficial properties. Oregano oil has been used for the treatment of chronic candidiasis through its antifungal properties.  Oregano oil can also be used to treat indigestion, heartburn, and low stomach acidity. Oregano oil aids by reducing gas in the stomach, as well as soothing a churning stomach.

Using oregano oil as a supplement has also shown to be a beneficial treatment for infections, including yeast infections. Research has shown that oregano directly attacks microbes as well as inhibits the growth of Candida albicans.

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Historical Uses of Oregano Oil

Oregano oil has been used for centuries, originally by the Greeks, for curing a variety of ailments. The ailments that oregano was used to treat in ancient times include a vast range of conditions from convulsions to heart failure. In the 19th century, herbal doctors prescribed oregano as a general well being tonic as well as to promote menstruation. The name oregano originates from the two Greek words oros and ganos. Oregano is also known by its other common names, wild marjoram and marjoram. The scientific name for oregano is Origanum vulgare.

University Parasite Treatment Research Using Oregano World oil!

We are excited to announce that researchers at the University of Illinois are studying the efficacy of oregano oil as a parasite treatment.  We are even more excited that they are using Oregano World oil for their research project.  We don’t know when the paper will be published, but of course will post a link to it when it is published!

Regards,

Cindy

It’s here, it’s here!

Hello everyone –

I’m pleased to let you know that the new batch of oil has arrived from Turkey.  It is organic and non-GMO, wild harvested and steam distilled, and, as always, pure and undiluted.  The carvacrol content is 80.18%.  We are going to start bottling it tomorrow!

Regards,

Cindy