Oil of Oregano

Oil of Oregano

Oil of Oregano Antioxidant

Oil of oregano antioxidant is the description for the third most potent antioxidant listed in the Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity, ORAC, test (recognized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to measure the Total Antioxidant Potency of nutritional supplements and foods). BuyEssential oils have the highest antioxidant characteristics, according to ORAC scores, of any other known substances. Oregano oil is widely known for aromatherapy and therapeutic use but the use as an antioxidant has been a well kept secret.

Oil of oregano antioxidant as a supplement has a history similar to vitamins. We take vitamin history and information for granted when in actuality vitamins were only discovered in the early 1900s and extensive clinical trials were not completed until the 1950s.

Oxidation is the slow deterioration of a molecule. The oxidation process is a chemical reaction that transfers normal electrons from a perfectly formed molecule in the body to an oxidizing agent. This “freed” electron is known as a “free radical”. The new free radical tries to attach to other perfectly formed molecules, and when it does attach, destruction starts. The harmonious balance is upset and disease takes its place. Some oxidation reactions are necessary for life. Most oxidation is damaging to living organisms, therefore we must maintain complex systems of different types of antioxidants. Since antioxidants “kill” or neutralize the free radicals, we must supplement to keep up with the bombardment of harmful oxidizing rays, bad foods and chemicals that we come in contact in our present lifestyles. Oil of oregano antioxidant is one of the most potent, least expensive (per use) antioxidant supplements on the market. The side effects of Oil of oregano antioxidant are all good, such as immune support, viral inhibitor, and bacteria eliminator. Try oil of Oregano Soap

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oregano's effects on humans need to be studied more extensively
NRToday.com
Dear Reader: Oregano is well-known for its culinary versatility — I like it with pasta and in chimichurri sauce — but it has purported health benefits as well.

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New York Times

The Allure of Argentina's Bubbling Cheese
New York Times
The chimichurri, which includes parsley, oregano, garlic, olive oil, salt, pepper and crushed red pepper. Credit Karsten Moran for The New York Times. Fernando had arranged for a group of friends to have dinner that evening at one of his favorite ...




Us Weekly

Easy Entertaining: Chris Bianco's Escarole Salad Recipe Is Ideal for Your Labor Day Party
Us Weekly
Bianco recommends seeking out wild oregano ("It's heady, medicinal scent is like a Fellini film come to life," according to the chef) and using Stilton, Gorgonzola or Point Reyes Blue for the blue cheese. The recipe below serves four, but it's easy to ...




Reports Healthcare

Natural remedies for nail fungus
Reports Healthcare
Add ½ Tsp of oregano oil in 1 liter of warm water and soak fungal nail in it for 20 to 30 minutes. Oregano oil not only helps in treating fungus but also retain the moisture of the skin. Oregano oil is rich in carvacrol and thymol which helps in the ...




City Watch

Flying Make You Sick?
City Watch
Oil of Oregano - Make sure to bring a small bottle of Oil of Oregano in your carry on and take 3-5 drops under your tongue followed by water at least once or twice during your flight. Oregano is a powerful germ fighter and will boost your immunity and ...




Infinity Supercritical Announces Advanced Organic Method of ...
GlobeNewswire (press release)
SEATTLE, Aug. 18, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Infinity Supercritical LLC, a leading manufacturer of botanical extraction equipment, announces the industry's ...

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Genetic Literacy Project

Central bee health threat—Varroa mite parasite—may be manageable using oregano oil
Genetic Literacy Project
The ectoparasitic mite Varroa destructor is responsible for the death of millions of honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies worldwide. Testing potential miticide compounds with different delivery methods that effectively control V. destructor and have low ...




Springfield News-Leader

Soup from the garden, lanky rosemary: Master Gardeners weigh in
Springfield News-Leader
You can mix dried rosemary with oregano, parmesan cheese and other “Italian” herbs to lay out on a plate and mix with olive oil for dipping bread. Rosemary is typically used to season poultry in tomato dishes and stews or soups. If you make fresh bread ...

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Asbury Park Press

Beer makes everything better: Try it with veggies on the grill
Asbury Park Press
We chose fresh chopped oregano as the featured spice, which contributed a nice earthy contrast. The vegetables (except the tomatoes and lettuce) were cut in large pieces, brushed with chopped oregano and olive oil, then grilled directly on the grates.




The Guardian

Nigel Slater's bruschetta and taramasalata recipes
The Guardian
It is then the spreads come out, the cooked, creamed haricot beans with olive oil, lemon juice and basil; a mash-up of canned sardines, lemon zest and oregano; smashed, lightly cooked peas and tarragon and a beaten purée of sweet beetroot with salty feta.


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