Oil of Oregano

Oil of Oregano

Oregano Oil of Origanum compactum

Oregano Oil of Origanum compactum is a multimillennia, Mediterranean, Middle East medicinal herb used since before biblical times until present day for a multitude of ailments, diseases, sicknesses and disorders as remedies that still work.

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When the library of ancient Babylon was unearthed to reveal rows upon rows of clay tablets, scholars went to work deciphering the wealth of lost knowledge. Since that time several other treasure troves of clay tablets found in other countries revealing procedures of purification using the herb “hissop leaves” in boiling water and after cooling, the washing of feet and hands in the said hissop enriched solution. Hissop was also used in Biblical ceremonies to “anoint”. We now know that this is the same herb we now call oregano. We understand the abilities of oregano oil’s powerful antiviral, antibacterial abilities and suspect that these same properties were known by these ancestors thousands of years ago. Oregano Oil of Origanum compactum is native to Morocco and now grows in France, Germany and USA.

Oregano oil of Origanum vulgare is another oregano oil that is sold in place of Oregano Oil of Origanum compactum. Origanum vulgare has similar properties of Origanum compactum, but Origanum compactum remains the premier oregano essential oil! Oregano oil of other herbs are not only NOT Oregano oil, but in some cases these caustic oils are detrimental to your health. Many unscrupulous vendors market oregano oil of dubious origins. Marjoram, thyme, and sage are the most used herbs that are used to manufacture a FALSE oregano oil. Oregano oil from dried oregano leaves, used in cooking, is not from the same plant used to distill the essential oil of oregano. When purchasing any essential oil always look for the botanical name and species pure declaration such as: “100% Pure Oregano Oil of Origanum compactum.” (Sold Here)

Recent clinical studies using oregano oil of Origanum compactum has confirmed the medicinal properties that have been suspected for over 4000 years. The universities in Spain, Georgetown and Tennessee continue to work with oregano oil of Origanum compactum to see specifically why oil of oregano is beneficial in treating viral, fungal and bacteria caused diseases and complications in the body. At this time there is no reason given for not using Origanum vulgare other than the unparalled medicinal effectiveness using Origanum compactum.

Oregano Oil of Origanum compactum has an ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) rating of 153,007, making it one of the most potent antioxidants known to man. The elimination of damaging free radicals is made easier with a potent antioxidant. This oregano oil supplement has a host of benefits that are just reaching the light of day.

The main active ingredient of Oregano Oil of Origanum compactum is carvacrol that should make up at least 65% of the volume of oil. The higher the percent of carvacrol, the better the oregano oil. This potent oregano oil can be used full strength (the application term is called “neat” which means undiluted) on the pads of your feet but should be diluted with a carrier oil such as olive oil or coconut oil when used on the rest of the body.

Oregano Oil of Origanum compactum used in Oil of oregano soap is one of the most innovative uses of this essential oil this century. Oil of oregano is taken several ways externally and internally. Consult your health professional before ingesting any essential oil.

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