[includes heracleodicum & compactum] (Morocco | France)
This phenomenal Greek oregano extract offers some of nature’s most potent anti-microbial, anti-fungal and anti-parasitic properties in each drop owing to its naturally high carvacrol & thymol levels.
– Anti-“everything” (fungal, microbial, parasitic, viral)
– Clears mucous
– Prevents Free Radical Damage to Cells (ie. thymol)
– Insect Repellent (Wish I knew this in Peru!)
– Stomach Upset
Dr. Nick Notes
This is one of the most valuable oils I have access to and I have incredible gratitude for receiving such POTENT tools into my access point. Two years ago, during winter my health was declining for approximately 1.5 weeks until wheezing & loss of breath was quite apparent around the clock and determined it was time – I NEEDED to see a doctor for antibiotics. Hopeless, I experimented with a vaporizer during a self-diagnosed third consecutive year of pneumonia using 1 drop of oil of oregano. After vaporizing 1 drop of oregano oil three times on day 1 and twice on day 2, my respiratory system felt about 85-90% of baseline at the end of the 2nd day. This experience enlightened me to the dynamic creativity involved in medicine & healing.
Let me be very clear, I don’t recommend anyone inhale oregano or take it internally undiluted as it is a strong irritant due to its high concentration of phenolic groups. I coughed up nasty gunk from deep in my lungs for up to 5 minutes and getting the temperature “correct” can be a challenge (warmer = more irritating). After the coughing spell came a wave of peace & clarity.
Since then, I use oil of oregano vaporized at the onset of flu/cold symptoms, sore throats or 1 drop diluted in hot water as a tea for food poisoning/upset stomach which generally self-corrects in 1-3 hours when I take it quickly after onset. Recently I’ve been told that women take oregano tea for their cramps during menses though I haven’t had direct experience with that suggestion.
This is an anti-infective powerhouse with high quantity & quality of research information demonstrating it’s effectiveness – check it out on Pubmed yourself & be blessed 🙂
How to Use
NOTE: Avoid with strong liver disease and do not use undiluted!
Oregano should ALWAYS be diluted in appropriate concentrations as it is too potent for all membranes/skin both internal/external without dilution. Some patients dilute this into lotions or oils for topical fungal infections.
To drink, use about 8-16 ounce of hot water, mix 1 drop of oregano oil, stir for about 3 minutes before smelling potent fumes (irritating) and enjoy!
I won’t recommend vaporizing this for others as it’s a strong irritant, though it has been quite effective systemically through this mechanism for me, after the coughing spell.
Origin: Greece, Morocco, Hungary
Volume: 5-10 mL
Terpenes: Carvacrol, gamma-terpinene, p-cymene, myrcene, a-pinene, B-caryophyllene, Thymol
~ Be Blessed ~
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Park BS, Choi WS, et. al. “Monoterpenes from thyme (Thymus vulgaris) as potential mosquito repellents.” J Am Mosq Control Assoc. 21.1 (2005): 80-3. Pubmed. Web. 1 Mar. 2013
Grevsen K., Frette X.C., et. al. “Content and Composition of Volatile Terpenes, Flavonoids and Phenolic Acids in Greek Oregano ( Origanum vulgare L. ssp. hirtum ) at different Development Stages during Cultivation in Cool Temperate Climate.” European Journal of Horticultural Science. 78.1 (2013). Ulmer.de. Web. 1 Mar. 2013
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