Wild Oregano Oil – the Mediterranean Miracle
What qualities do we look for in a remedy?
It must be effective, which means our disease must be cured without side effects. The second desirable quality is: it must be affordable, which means to be as inexpensive as possible without losing its healing property.
Herbs meet both of these standards. It is very important to use the whole herb and not a laboratory extracted ingredient. In that case all parts of the herb support the job done by the main substance. Our body recognizes this natural medicine as food and can effectively process it. They do not build up toxins and are not habit forming.
Herbs cannot be patented under a brand name and marketed. That’s why pharmaceutical companies put their money in inventing and marketing more and more of new synthetic drugs and are not interested in simple herbs. For the same reason herbal remedies will not ruin your budget like most branded drugs.
One of such great natural alternatives is the Wild Oregano Herb.
Numerous university studies have shown what holistic medicine had known for centuries: Wild Oregano Oil is a highly potent purifier that provides many benefits for human health.
Hippocrates used oregano as an antiseptic, as well as a cure for stomach and respiratory ailments.
It also has shown antimicrobial activity against strains of the food-borne pathogen Listeria monocytogenes ( Faleiro, Leonor; et al. (2005).
Wild Oregano Oil is nature’s natural antiseptic. It was used to sterilize pre – operative instruments until 1950.
Wild Oregano oil reduces pain and inflammation and effectively fights off infections.
Jean Valnet, in his book “The Practice of Aromatherapy”, describes how oregano oil superseded anti – inflammatory drugs in reversing pain and inflammation and is nearly as powerful as morphine as a painkiller.
The primary active ingredient of Oregano is Carvacrol. “When laboratory tested it proved to be one of the strongest antiseptics known to man”.
(International Journal of Food Microbiology; research by: Akgul and Kivanc).
Even a tiny amount of Carvacrol quickly and naturally eliminates a wide variety of pathogens such as bacteria, yeast, fungi, parasites, and viruses.
The advantages of taking natural Wild Oregano Oil are:
1. The pathogens can’t become immune or resistant to it, like they do to manmade antibiotics.
2. The human body has the ability to eliminate the toxins released when harmful micro – organisms are destroyed by natural herbs.
3. It is not habit forming.
Here are just a few conditions you can use Wild Oregano oil for:
Internally: place 2 – 3 drops of Wild Oregano oil under the tongue (mix well with saliva before swallowing). You can mix it with juice, water, or honey. Take two or three times a day for following conditions:
Respiratory system: Colds, Flu, Sore Throat, Cough, Sinusitis, Bronchitis, Asthma;
Urinary tract: infections, such as Bladder, Kidney, and other Infections;
Digestive system: Peptic Ulcer, Bad Breath, Indigestion;
Nervous system: Fatigue, Headaches;
Fungus infections and Parasites: Yeast, Fungus (skin and blood – born), Candida, Parasites incl. Cryptosporidium, Giardia and other.
Allergies: Hay fever, Sinusitis.
First test a less sensitive skin surface (e.g. your arm or thigh) for individual sensitivity.
Apply a small amount of Wild Oregano Oil to affected area for such conditions as
Gum Disorders, Toothache, Puncture Wounds, Cold Sores, Nail Fungus, Bed Sores, Boils, Warts, Athlete’s Foot, Head Lice, Scabies, Ringworm, Rosacea, Eczema, Psoriasis, Sore Joints, Back Pain, Arthritis, Acne, Dandruff, and Seborrhea.
Some of the specific benefits of Wild Oregano Oil are:
- Destroys organisms that contribute to infections and digestive problems.
- Strengthens the immune system.
- Increases joint and muscle flexibility.
- Improves respiratory health.
Oregano is a spice, so it is a good idea to use the Wild Oregano Oil when preparing soups, salads, sauces, pizza, pasta, or vegetables.
Possible side effects:
Sometimes there are so many toxins in the body, that when Oregano Oil mobilizes them, the toxins try to come out not only through the colon but through the skin as well. The rash is not Oregano’s fault; it is the product of the body’s own toxins. In that case just stop taking the medicine until the rash goes away, then return to it in half the previous dose for a week or two until your body gets its elimination system running properly.
Make sure you are using Wild Mediterranean Oregano Oil (Origanum Vulgare), not the more common oregano oil (Origanum Marjoram), which is much less potent. Wild Oregano, with its high Carvacrol content, provides a unique balance of compounds which support each other’s actions. Gathered wild, Mediterranean oregano is free of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides.
Women are advised not to take this oil during pregnancy, for it may reduce or impair the body’s ability to absorb iron.
People that are allergic to thyme, basil, mint, or sage may be sensitive to Wild Oregano Oil as well, since they are in the same family of plants. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any skin irritation or vomiting occurs.