Oil of Oregano

Oil of Oregano

Oil of Oregano

Oil of oregano is an oregano oil that is collected from the steamed distilled oregano plants gathered primarily in Morocco and India. Oil of oregano is from different plants than the culinary oregano herb used in Italian cooking. The two oregano plants that are used to produce essential oils for medicinal, aromatherapy and therapeutic purposes are Origanum compactum and Origanum vulgare.

Buy

Oil of Oregano from the Origanum compactum, an oregano plant, from Morocco is considered the premier oil of oregano for therapeutic, aromatherapy and medicinal use. Origanum compactum, a hardy, mountain grown, wild oregano plant has a high concentration of carvacol content that is one of the constituent properties identified as beneficial for antiviral, antiseptic, fungicidal, bactericidal and antitoxic use. Studies has shown that oil of oregano also has expectorant, analgesic, anti rheumatic, choleretic, carminative, diuretic, cytophylactic, diaphoretic, rubefacient, emmenagogue, febrifuge, parasiticide, stimulant and tonic properties. Oil of oregano has been called the natural “Super Power” because it is one of the best essential oils that has anti-bacterial and antiseptic properties. Because of the diverse range of uses, some home remedies call oil of oregano a “Cure All”. Oil of oregano is said to create a feeling of security. Try oil of oregano soap

The recorded history of oil of oregano starts with Hippocrates, over 2200 years ago. Hippocrates was the Father of medicine and used oil of oregano for stomach ailments and an antiseptic. Ancient Greeks used oil of oregano for treatment of respiratory problems, spider bites, snakebites, and wounds. Oil of oregano is listed in Hildegard’s Medicine of Germany by Benedictine herbalist Hildegard of Bingen, 1098-1179. Medieval Europe found physicians of the Eclectic School, a medical school that promoted herbal treatment, used oregano for inducing menstruation and respiratory problems. Recent studies found that oil of oregano was toxic to virus, fungi, parasites and bacteria, killing or drastically reducing the microorganisms in testing.

Oil of oregano essential oil is derived from steam distillation of leaves and flowers of the mint family, Origanum compactum. The key constituent properties are Carvacol, Para-Cymene, Gamma-Terminene, Beta-Caryophyllene, Myrcene and Thymol. The Origanum compactum plant is also grown in France, Turkey and the USA.

Most oil of oregano is sold as a blend or diluted because the potency of 100% pure oregano oil can irritate the skin. However, 100% pure oil of oregano is preferred as an essential oil so the user can select a carrier oil of their choice, in the reduction of their choosing. Only oil of oregano that is labeled by botanical name as 100% pure can be guaranteed unadulterated, such as: “Pure 100% Origanum compactum, no other oils added”. Buy Oil of Oregano

Oil of Oregano
  1. (required)
  2. (valid email required)
 

cforms contact form by delicious:days

[tag]oil of oregano,Origanum compactum,essential oils[/tag]

Leave a Reply


This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news



Prague Post

9 Benefits of Oregano Oil
Prague Post
Oregano oil is extracted from the leaves of an oregano plant through the process of steam distillation. Oregano Oil was first used as a disinfectant by the Romans and Greeks who would apply it to the skin and wounds to treat infections. The Oregano ...




The Daily Gazette

Uncle Rico's satisfies with crispy crust, jumbo wings
The Daily Gazette
Pieces of breaded, seasoned chicken topped a regular slice of cheese pizza with red sauce. The flavor and heat of the hot sauce was surprisingly fiery, but not unpleasant. And though I expected the sauces to clash, they actually got along OK. “We ate ...

and more »



USA TODAY

Canadian mom sentenced to 3 years after son dies from strep throat infection
USA TODAY
Instead of seeking medical care, Lovett treated her son with holistic methods, including dandelion tea and oil of oregano, according to court testimony. Lovett did not call 911 until she found her son on the floor of her Calgary apartment, the ...

and more »



Extraordinary Benefits of Essential Oils Infographic
ProHealth
4. Lavender: The word "lavender" comes from the Latin word "lavare," meaning "to wash." Traditionally, lavender was added to bathwater or hand or foot soaks. 5. Lemon: The oil is extracted from lemon peels – it's said that around 1,000 lemons are ...

and more »



Health.com

Beet Noodles With Herbed Cashew Cream Sauce
Health.com
Place cashews in a bowl; cover with cool water by 1 inch. Cover bowl; refrigerate for at least 4 hours. Drain and rinse cashews. Place in a high-speed blender. Step 2. Bring a kettle of water to a boil. Place olive oil and garlic in a small unheated ...




New York Post

Mom gets prison for son's 'senseless' death from strep throat
New York Post
Eidsvik added that Lovett's “actions resulted in the senseless death of an innocent child who needed her protection.” The justice noted that Lovett was not to blame for Ryan getting sick, but claimed that “her failure to bring him to a medical doctor ...

and more »



Odessa American

Holiday Entertaining Excellence
Odessa American
Cut tomatoes in half. In bowl, whisk together vinegar, 1/3 cup olive oil, garlic, thyme, salt and pepper; gently mix in tomatoes. Transfer to ovenproof dish. Place tomatoes cut-side up and bake 15 minutes. In pan, toast pine nuts with remaining olive ...




Fall River Herald News

Foodie gifts with international flavors
Fall River Herald News
Nothing beats a good olive oil for dipping, cooking and dressing dishes. Caixeiro, a recent addition at Portugalia, comes with the DOP stamp, a certification ensuring the top quality, cold-pressed olive oil is made with olives only from Portugal, said ...




Men's Fitness

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli's grilled tomatoes
Men's Fitness
Make the dressing: In a small sauté pan, warm 2 Tbsp of the olive oil over medium heat, and add the fresh oregano. Cook the oregano in the warm oil until the green color fades and the leaves crisp up, 2 to 3 minutes. Pour the oil and oregano into a ...

and more »



Good Times Weekly

Mediterranean Flavors Make Happy Hour at Mozaic a Must
Good Times Weekly
The aroma of oregano, olive oil and lemon filled my nose with each crispy, tender bite. It was delicious, although the subtle flavor of the octopus was slightly overshadowed by a few too many capers. Comparatively, the small, shallow dish of pesto that ...


Google News

Disclaimer:

These statements on this website have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Nothing stated here should be considered as medical advice for dealing with a given problem, or to diagnose / treat / prevent / cure any disease. All information posted on this web site is provided for educational purposes only. It is not to be construed as medical advice. Only a licensed medical doctor can legally offer medical advice in the United States. Consult your health care professional for individual guidance for specific health problems.

These articles are simply a collection of information that is in the public domain; they should not be construed as representations or claims by oreganooilof.com . This information is presented strictly for informational and educational use only. Information conveyed herein is based on pharmacological and other records both ancient and modern. No claims whatsoever can be made as to the specific benefits that might result from the use of any of the suggested remedies, treatments or topical applications.

Copyright © 2010 oreganooilof.com All rights reserved.
http://www.oreganooilof.com/