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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Essential oils that are of greatest health concern are “hot” oils such as tea tree or Maleleuca, pennyroyal, oregano, clove, thyme, wintergreen, peppermint and pine oils. Cats are particularly sensitive to wintergreen, citrus oils, pine, Ylang Ylang ...


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