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Origanum Vulgare Oil of Oregano Research

Thursday, June 03rd, 2010

Origanum Vulgare Oil of Oregano Research has extensively studied the properties of oil of oregano. In today’s world when there is so much concern about SARS, Asian flu, swine flu, bird flu, and bacteria that mutate and resistant to conventional drugs, the pharmaceutical companies are being urged to find some miraculous vaccine before huge pandemics occur. A solution exists, and more and more research confirms the incredible properties of origanum vulgare oil of oregano.

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Research at the University of Tennessee reported oil of oregano’s germ killing capacity. Oil of oregano (Click to purchase) exhibited great anti-bacterial and anti-viral action against some common pathogenic viruses such as E. coli, listeria, and staph.

In a recent medical journal research showed that oil of oregano was 100 times more potent than caprillic acid against candida.

Research at Georgetown University showed that oil of oregano has far more powerful antibiotic properties than the antibiotics penicillin, streptomycin, and even the most potent pharmaceutical vandomycin (which is reserved for use in only the most extreme need for antibiotics).

A research study in Brazil concluded that oil of oregano was a good treatment for candidiasis because of its significant antifungal properties. The research study focused on yeast infection in dogs and monkeys, but referred to similar research and finding on humans.

Research studies of food borne pathogens found the oil of oregano effective against such strains as Escherichia coli, Salmonella enterica, and Staphylococcus aureus (Hammer et al., 1999); Bacillus cereus (Ultee et al., 1999); and Giardia duodenalis (Ponce-Macotela et al., 1994), showing anti-parasitic properties.

Among 60 plants studied, research indicated the oil of oregano contained the highest amount of antioxidants (Duke, 1997).

Anecdotal research indicates that oil of oregano is one of the powerful natural antiseptics. It also suggests that oil of oregano is a powerful immune system enhancer and its anti-viral properties significantly fight off flues and colds. Click here to purchase an extraordinary origanum vulgare oil of oregano.

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