Oil of Oregano

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.



Care2.com

11 Health Benefits and Uses for Oregano
Care2.com
According to James Duke, oregano contains four anti-asthma compounds. The oil or tincture should be ingested, not inhaled, when used for asthma. Actually, it is important not to breathe too deeply when using oregano with asthma, especially the ...




Well+Good

The 3 essential oils that Kristin Cavallari has in regular rotation
Well+Good
Cavallari's also become somewhat of a self-taught essential oil mixologist—she whips up her own blends depending on the season. “In cold and flu season, I have my immunity-boosting blend: lavender, thieves, lemon, oregano, and frankincense,” the ...

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Mother Earth News

From Bloom to Boom: Herbs4Bees
Mother Earth News
The majority of this effect is attributed to carvacrol and thymol, two main constituents in the essential oil of oregano which have shown bactericidal action. Specific to bee health, thymol has been used to successfully control varroa mites and prevent ...




The Alternative Daily (blog)

5 Reasons To Put Essential Oils On The Soles Of Your Feet
The Alternative Daily (blog)
... take their fair share of abuse, the skin on this area of our bodies is much less sensitive. This means that many people who might experience irritation when they apply certain essential oils to other parts of their body often don't have any issues ...




Ultimate Guide to Using These Spices the Right Way
Brit + Co
Pungent oregano is an essential ingredient in many Latin American and Mediterranean dishes. It pairs well with ... Add it to a sautée of shrimp or other white fish, along with garlic, lemon juice, and olive oil for a Greek-inspired meal. It also helps ...




The Inquisitr

Important Essential Oil Warning: Over-Diluting Oil Of Oregano Can Lead To S. Aureus Biofilm Production
The Inquisitr
Oil of oregano has been called “one of the most effective plant essential oils with antimicrobial effect,” by Dr. Yifan Zhang, assistant professor of nutrition and food science in the Wayne State's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences according to Farm ...




Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Cooking with essential oils can pack a flavor punch
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
“An essential oil is an aromatic volatile liquid found within many plants,” says Bethany Rapinchuk, an independent distributor for Young Living Essential Oils from Naperville, Ill. “Therapeutic-grade essential oils are very complex, highly concentrated ...




Health.com

Is Oregano Oil Good for Your Health?
Health.com
Oregano oil is extracted from the oregano herb, and it's been recommended as a treatment for everything from yeast infections to congestion and sore throats. Now that we're smack in the middle of cold and flu season, the oil has been popping up on ...




The Inquisitr

Salmonella Is No Match For Thyme, Oregano, Or Clove Essential Oils, New Study Finds
The Inquisitr
Salmonella is a bacteria that usually just causes a nasty case of the the so-called “stomach bug,” but as antibiotics become less useful in treating dangerous cases, researchers are now looking at essential oils as possible tools to fight this ...




Fox News

Oregano oil to ward off a cold?
Fox News
With cold and flu season upon us, many are trying to be proactive to help keep sicknesses at bay. There is plenty of advice on what to do and which supplements to take, but one viewer recently asked about using oregano oil to keep healthy.


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