Oil of Oregano

Oil of Oregano

Archive for May, 2010

Origanum Vulgare, Oil of Oregano

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Origanum Vulgare, Oil of Oregano is the most therapeutically potent when the oil is distilled from the plant whose botanical name is Origanum Vulgare. There are more than 40 species of oregano, but Origanum Vulgare is the powerhouse of oil of oregano. This oil of oregano plant is found in the Mediterannean. The Greek translation of oregano means “joy of the mountain.” This Origanum Vulgare, oil of oregano grows rampantly, produces pink flowers, is called wild marjoram and produced a mind-blowing essential oil – oil of oregano.

Buy

A story goes that after the research explosions of the atom bomb, only two things survived; yeasts and cockroaches. Research from Georgetown University showed that wild oil oregano obliterated yeasts grown in Petri dishes.

What if you could reach for something you knew would help you with your allergies, your yeast infections, sinus infections, colds and flu, athletes foot, psoriasis, ear aches, bronchitis and more?

This simple native plant of origanum vulgare when organically grown and distilled into oil of oregano has some phenomenal properties. Organic origanum vulgare has been clinically studied to find what are the ingredients that help fight off infections, bacteria, viruses, fungii, and even parasites.

What they found was that oil of oregano has a primary ingredient called carvacrol, a phenol which is the most effective antibiotic known to research. It is more potent than penicillin, streptomycin, and vancomycin. Pharmaceutical antibiotics often hasten mutations of bacteria. Oil of oregano from origanum vulgare does not. It simply destroys what ever pathogen it encounters. Try Oil of oregano soap

Other ingredient work together to give this origanum vulgare oil of oregano its formidable strength. Carvacrol and thymol, both found oil of oregano, combine to thin mucus, relieve coughing, help relieve muscle spasms. Carvacrol has strong anti-microbial properties. Flavenoids found in oil of oregano made from organic origanum vulgare has anti-septic properties. Terpenes (a long-chained hydrocarbon) and flavenoids are natural anti-inflamatory agents. These properties are nature’s natural decongestants and antihistamines.

These natural ingredients of wild marjoram called origanum vulgare produces the most superior oil of oregano. To order oil of oregano made from origanum vulgare, click here.

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

cforms contact form by delicious:days


origanum vulgare,oil of oregano,oregano,oil


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



Creative cauliflower recipes | Features | heraldpalladium.com
Herald Palladium
With all the buzz about cauliflower – and all the different, interesting recipes that go beyond oven roasting and sautéing it – I wanted to share a recipe Diane ...

and more »



WZZM13.com

On the Menu: Memorial Day
WZZM13.com
Using a spoon, clean out the darker gills from the inside of the mushrooms. In a bowl, whisk together the olive oil, crushed garlic, salt and oregano. Place the mushrooms on the baking sheet and gently brush with the garlic oil mixture. Bake or grill ...




New Haven Register

Stephen Fries: Lighting up the grill made easy with these recipes ...
New Haven Register
Chicken, pulled pork, ribs, brisket, grilled corn on the cob and the quintessential burger and hot dog — everyone has a barbecue favorite. Many of us will be ...

and more »



STLtoday.com

All the recipes you need for a perfect burger bar
STLtoday.com
Heat oil in a small pan over medium-high heat. Add onions and sauté until soft, 3 to 5 minutes. Add tomatoes with their juice and the oregano, using a potato masher or a large spoon to crush the tomatoes. Bring to a simmer, lower heat and cook ...




Chicago Tonight | WTTW

Memorial Day Recipes from the Chefs of 'Dishalicious'
Chicago Tonight | WTTW
Combine paprika, oregano, chili powder, curry powder, salt, vinegar, garlic and oil in a small bowl. Whisk until well mixed. Transfer to an airtight container and refrigerate for up two weeks or freeze for up to two months (Note: This sauce won't fully ...

and more »



USA Today 10Best (blog)

How to use essential oils when you travel
USA Today 10Best (blog)
... for promoting immunity, but these oils can be used individually for immunity as well: Orange, Clove Bud, Cinnamon Bark, Cinnamon Leaf, Eucalyptus, and Rosemary. Oregano is not included in this list, but is another great oil for boosting the immune ...




9&10 News

Cooking with Chef Hermann: Iceberg Salad with Italian Dressing
9&10 News
Iceberg Salad with Italian Dressing. Ingredients: ½ C Oil; 5TB white wine vinegar; 1 TB mayonnaise; 1TB Sugar; 1 ½ tsp oregano; 1 garlic clove, chopped; Salt, pepper; 1 small head iceberg lettuce; ½ small red onion, thinly sliced; 2 oz. provolone ...




The Times

Recipe: Lindsey Bareham's lamb orzo with oregano and halloumi chips
The Times
Orzo, the rice-shaped pasta, is called kritharaki in Greece and often used like rice. That's what I've done here, seasoning it with butter and lemon, using it as a base for minced lamb quickly cooked with spring onion, garlic and oregano, the dish ...




Bel Marra Health

9 Essential Oils for IBS Natural Treatment
Bel Marra Health
When it comes to using essential oils for health purposes, the question of safety is always at the forefront. The National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy has stated that most essential oils are “generally safe.” It is important to note that in ...




The Alternative Daily (blog)

5 Natural Cures For Toenail Fungus You Can Find In Your Pantry
The Alternative Daily (blog)
Here's how to use it: Apply oregano oil to the affected nails, twice daily, with a cotton swab. You may even want to use oregano oil in combination with tea tree oil. However, since both oils are extremely potent, there is a potential for irritation or ...


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/