Oil of Oregano

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Oregano Oil Natural Medicine

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

In “The Miracle of Wild Oregano” Dr. Cass Ingram’s description of Wild oregano is the most powerful natural medicine known to man.

The historical use of wild oregano, including the fact that this is the healing “hyssop” of the law (of the Bible). This wonderful essential oil is made from two plant genus, Originum Compactum and Originum Vulgare. Dr. Ingram also reports that this oil, Originum Volare, was tested against aggressive germs, including the cold, flu and even bird flu viruses. In all cases the wild oregano oil destroyed the viruses. Wild oregano helps: reverse digestive complaints; boost the immune system; cleanse the body of dangerous germs, including fungi, yeasts, bacteria, and viruses; preserve the body from aging and disease because of its potent antioxidant action; and protect people of all age groups from common illnesses, including infants, toddlers and even pets.

Oil of oregano should have a carvacrol content of 90 % or more, and should only be bought by botanical name and 100% pure undiluted oil.

A comparative study of the traditional use of oregano-like herbs in the Mediterranean region provides convincing evidence that the hyssop of the Bible is the carvacrol chemotype of the plant Majorana syriaca. The ancient tradition of ritual use of this plant gave rise to two cultures of condiments: za’atar in the Middle East and oregano in Europe. The flavor of the original hyssop was the determining factor in this development and remained unchanged in oregano and za’atar throughout the centuries.
Inscribed on clay tablets thousands of years old (found in the Mid East), were instructions on how to “anoint” (or purify) those attending religious meetings. “Hyssop” (mentioned in the Bible and now known as the ancient herb Oregano) was used by boiling water that had the oregano leaves in it, then rinsing the hands and feet of the participants with this potent mixture.

The powerful antiviral, antibacterial properties of oregano would naturally destroy any possible infections that might have been inadvertently carried into these sacred meetings
The oil extracted from the culinary herb is considered similar to the oil extracted from marjoram and basil, all belonging to the Labietea (mint) family of plants. The miraculous virtues of oregano oil are attributed to the amount of carvacrol and thymol the oil actually contains. Carvacrol and thymol are the active ingredients giving the oil its reputable antiseptic properties.



Deborah Jasien: Essential oils for winter health
Conway Daily Sun
Oregano essential oil has very powerful immune-boosting, antiviral, antifungal, antiparasitic, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. If you were to choose only one essential oil for the winter, oregano should be it. All of these properties ...




National Hog Farmer

Finishing pigs benefit from pelletized essential oil
National Hog Farmer
From this trial it appears that an oregano-based essential oil is beneficial to finishing pig performance, and that the effect is enhanced by pelleting. The authors have no explanation as to the benefit from pelleting, but are planning follow-up trials ...




Oregano Essential Oil Market Intelligence Report Offers Growth ...
LANews By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)
The oil of oregano is acquired from its leaves and the flowers of the Oregano plant. This is mainly a part of the mint family, but it is known for having a distinct ...

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Oregano Aromatic Water Market Value Share, Supply Demand ...
Medgadget (blog)
Oregano scientific name Origanum vulgare, is a flowering plant in the mint family. It is mainly known for having a distinct taste and smell. It possess pro.
Oregano Oil Market Volume Forecast and Value Chain Analysis ...satPRnews (press release)

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The New Yorker

How Essential Oils Became the Cure for Our Age of Anxiety
The New Yorker
Much of the oil sold in the United States comes from two companies based in Utah, Young Living and doTerra, both of which have claimed to be the largest seller of essential oils in the world. The two companies have more than three million customers ...




The Islander

Many cleaning products used daily in our homes for cleaning purposes include synthetic fragrances that contain ...
The Islander
By diffusing essential oils to kill airborne bacteria, using room spray fresheners that enhance well-being just by inhaling, spraying bench tops with your own made up 'spray and wipe' surface cleaner, wet wipes prepared from paper towel, essential oils ...




SheKnows.com

8 Ways Essential Oils Can Be Harmful
SheKnows.com
Our social media feeds are flooded with friends touting their value, and while essential oils do have plenty of proven benefits — such as helping with anxiety, stress and mental clarity — they can also be harmful if not used correctly. After all ...




The Suburban Newspaper (blog)

Healthy Living With TAU: Making it through the winter in good health: It's possible
The Suburban Newspaper (blog)
Essential oils with anti-infective properties. Among the antibacterial essential oils, oregano deserves careful consideration. In vitro studies have shown that oregano essential oil had the most intense activity against almost all bacteria and yeast ...




NDTV Food

Natural Healing: 7 Everyday Foods That Are Also Effective Antiseptics
NDTV Food
Dill: Dill is a natural diuretic and anti-bacterial that can be effective against cystitis and bladder infections. Its essential oil constituents have a calming, anti-inflammatory effect on the digestive tract, which is why it has long been used as a ...




Oregano Oil Market Analysis and Forecast Study for (2017 – 2025)
Find Market Research By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)
Oregano oil consists of essential ingredients such as carvacrol, thymol, beta fenchyl alcohol and others. The leaves of oregano plant consists of variety of antioxidants which is mostly used in cosmetics and perfume industries. Oregano oil contains ...


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