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Oil of Oregano Essential Oil, Vulgare, 15 ml
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100% pure Origanum vulgare! 1/2 ounce, 15 ml
Organic Aromatherapy and Therapeutic Grade oregano oil. Occasionally we offer Origanum compactum also.
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Oil of Oregano, oregano oil of Origanum compactum or Origanum vulgare the essential oil remedy of the ages. The ancient Greeks were among the first to take advantage of oregano's medicinal qualities. The Greeks termed the spice "origanos", meaning "delight of the mountains." Oil of oregano known as "joy of the mountain", true oregano oil and wild oregano is 100% pure undiluted Oregano essential oil with no additives or other oils. Our Oil of oregano is guaranteed 75 - 90 % Carvacrol and no more than 0.5 - 3.5 % Thymol. The true, pure oregano oil has not had any carvacrol added or any other additives blended with the wild mountain grown oil of oregano! Naturally grown oregano produces vital constituents of oil of oregano in the correct optimum ratios. Wild oregano oil is rich in minerals and vitamins that includes niacin, A (beta carotene), C and calcium, copper, boron, iron, manganese, magnesium, potassium and zinc. Oil of oregano grows in remote mountainous regions free of pollution. True oregano grows wild and chemical free in the Mediterranean regions of Turkey and Greece. True oregano oil is a completely natural substance derived from wild mountain oregano species. Only the leaves of the oregano vulgare flowering plant are used. The leaves are picked precisely when the plant is highest in the constituent carvracol to produce the best essential oil. The oil of oregano is steam extracted using a completely natural process. No solvents or chemicals are used to express oregano oil from the leaves. Almost all of oregano's active ingredients oil are found in the rich source of oregano oil. Sometimes marjoram, thyme and sage are confused with oregano, and most of these impostors are distilled for their oil. Wild oregano, also known as Origanum compactum or Origanum vulgare are the only sources of true potent oil of oregano.

Dr. Jean Valnet MD, Julia Lawless, D. Gary Young, Nd, Durt Schnaubelt, Ph.D., Durt Schnaubelt, Ph.D. and Dr. Cass Ingram D.O. reveal the secrets of this potent essential oil, its properties and uses.

Knowing that you are purchasing the correct oil of oregano is critical. Thyme (Thymus capitus), and majoram oil are widely sold erroneously as oregano oil. These are NOT oregano oils and they do not possess the essential constituent properties that are available in true oregano plants such as Origanum vulgare and Origanum compactum. Julia Lawless writes about Spanish "oregano" in her book Encyclopedia of Essential Oils, " Although this herb is strictly thyme, it serves as the source for most so-called oregano oil." 1 Always verify the botanical name ON THE BOTTLE before you purchase! Look for oil of oregano made from pure Origanum vulgare or Origanum compactum to insure that you are purchasing true oil of oregano. With over 4000 years of use and scores of uses, oregano oil from this botanical plant delivers support to the body, immune system, skin, joints and lungs. This is pure UNDILUTED 100% oil of oregano from Origanum compactum or Origanum vulgare. Oil of Oregano should be diluted with cold-pressed grape seed oil, wheat germ oil, sweet almond oils, olive oil, unrefined coconut oil, sunflower oil or a compatible carrier oil before applying to skin. The only exception to dilution is that pure oregano oil can be applied directly to the soles of the feet or palms of the hands. Be sure NOT to get undiluted oil of oregano on any other skin areas of the body. Health authorities are extremely concerned with the growing problem of antibiotic resistance to pharmaceutical medicines. It is well documented that various germs are showing resistance to antibiotics such as vancomycin, particularly to intestinal bacteria (Enterococcal species) in hospitalized patients. [Southern Medical Journal, Volume 94, August 2001] 2

Dr. Cass Ingram has dedicated a book, The Cure is in the Cupboard, to revealing the comprehensive health uses and benefits of oil of oregano and oregano.

Dr. Cass Ingram's book cover states, "Oregano is a medicine chest in a bottle."

Dr. Ingram also notes that, "wild oregano is a veritable natural mineral treasure-house, containing a density of minerals that would rival virtually any food."

"Oil of wild oregano is the premier natural antiseptic. It possesses vast microbial -killing powers. Every microbe against which it was tested succumbs to it." , (p.11)

"Infections are merely one of a panorama of uses for oil of wild oregano. This profound substance exerts valuable anti-inflammatory actions. Furthermore it is an antioxidant. It has an anti-venom action and is capable of neutralizing the venom of a wide range of organisms, including spiders, scorpions, bees, ants and snakes." (p.14)

"Oil of oregano's antiseptic powers are immense… Single handedly, it can kill and or block the growth of virtually any fungus. It destroys viruses and parasites." (p.16)

Teeth and Gums
"Toothache is almost always caused by infection of the tooth, dentin, and particularly, nerve root…
Oil of wild oregano is highly useful for this condition, largely because of its immense penetrating power. Its active ingredients are capable of penetrating the enamel, so that its powers can reach exactly where they are needed: the tooth socket and root. Plus, it is highly germicidal. A study performed by Weber State University determined that oil of oregano outright destroyed oral pathogens." (p.124)

Gum treatment protocol,

"Healing and regenerating the gums involves taking appropriate nutritional supplements as well as increasing the intake of deficient nutrients through improved diet. Rub wild oil of oregano as needed upon all gum surfaces twive daily." (p.86)

Shingles,
"Shingles is among the most painful and debilitating of all illnesses. This is because the virus directly invades and damages nerve tissue. …
Oil of wild oregano and the crushed herb should be taken internally to halt the growth of this life-threatening virus." 3 (p.114)

Oregano is one of Nature's finest preservatives, Dr. Ingram states in another book, Supermarket Remedies, that "Oregano is one of Nature's finest preservatives." Dr. Ingram suggests that if oregano is used with foods such as salad, eggs, meat, or milk, you "will greatly halt the growth of microbes and, thus, reduce the risk for food poisoning." 4

Oil of oregano in small amounts, were effective against Staphylococcus bacteria and was compared to the germ-killing properties of antibiotic drugs such as vancomycin, penicillin and streptomycin. [Science Daily 10/11/2001] 5

Essential Oils Desk Reference, Compiled by Essential Science Publishing states:
"Oregano (Origanum compactum) is one of the most powerful antimicrobial essential oils. Laboratory research at Weber State University showed it to have a 99 percent kill rate against in vitro colonies of Streptococcus pneumonia, a microorganism responsible for many kinds of lung and throat infections. Oregano is antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal and antiparasitic." (page132)

"Oregano (Origanum compactum) is rich in carvacrol and is one of the most powerful purifying and antisepticessential oils known to science. High in DNA-repair activity, oregano provides antioxidant protection as it cleans the body of pathogens." (page199)

"Powerful Infection Fighters
A 2001 study conducted by myself (D. Gary Young, Nd), Diane Horne, Sue Chao, and colleagues at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, found that oregano, thyme, peppermint, and basil exhibited very strong antimicrobial effects against pathogens such as Streptococcus pneumonia, a major cause of illness in young children and death in elderly, and immune-weakened patients . Horne D, et al., Antimicrobial effects of essential oils on Streptococcus pneumonia. Journal of Essential oil Research. (September/October 2001)13, 387-392." (page287)

"According to Jean Valnet, MD, thyme oil is extremely effective for killing the anthrax bacillus. Two highly anticicrobial phenols in thyme essential oil, carvacrol and thymol, are responsible for this action." 6

Research completed at the Department of Food Science, University of Tennessee recorded that, from various plant oils tested, oil of oregano showed the greatest antibacterial results against pathogenic germs such as Listeria, Staph, and E. coli. [Journal Food Protection, Volume 64, July 2001] 7

The oil of the oregano plant is the storehouse for all of its active ingredients that when combined by nature produce a potent germ, virus, microbe and parasite killer. Dr. Jean Valnet writes in his book The Practice of Aromatherapy, how oil of oregano is so potent that it sterilizes raw sewage.

"Cavel's results have been correlated. The following table shows in cubic centimeters the minimum dose of various essences that will render infertile 1000cc of meat stock cultured in septic tank water:
Essence Dose rendering infertile per 1000cc
… Origanum……………………………………………………………….1.0"
(page34)

"Rheumatroid Arthritis
Essential oils constitute some of the most effective treatments for combating arthritis pain and combating infections (if present). Peppermint has been studies for its ability to kill pain by blocking substance P and calcium channels (Globel et al., 1994)

In Cases where arthritis is caused by infectious organisms, such as Borrelia burgdorferi, (Lyme disease), Chlamydia, and salmonella, essential oils may counteract and prevent infection, especially when diffused or applied topically. Highly antimicrobial oils include: mountain savory, rosemary CT cineol, Melaleuca alternifolia and oregano." 8 (page282)

Oil of oregano was reported by British researchers to have antibacterial activity against 25 different strains of bacteria. [Journal Applied Microbiology, Volume 88, February 2000] 9

In his book, Advanced Aromatheraphy, Durt Schnaubelt, Ph.D. states,
"When it comes to combating bacterial infections, oregano is aromatheraphy's heavy artillery. It also has stimulating qualities. Because its phenols can cause varying degrees of skin irritation, it recommends itself for internal use. Ideally oregano oil is taken in a carrier oil, such as sunflower."

"In oregano oils, we encounter high concentrations of antiseptic and stimulating phenol carvacol, in combination with stimulating terpene hydrocarbons. A centain deton and sesquiterpene content (approximately 6 percent caryophyllene) balances the extreme effects of phenol." 10 (Page 83)

In his book, Essential Oils Integrative Medical Guide, D. Gary Yound, Nd (Foreward by Rondal M Lawrence MD, PhD), writes:
"Oregano (Origanum compactum) is one of the most powerful antimicrobial essential oils. Laboratory research at Weber State University showed it to have a 99 percent kill rate against in vitro colonies of Streptococcus pneumonia, a microorganism responsible for many kinds of lung and throat infections. Oregano is antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal and antiparasitic." (page132)

"Oregano (Origanum compactum) is rich in carvacrol and is one of the most powerful purifying and antisepticessential oils known to science. High in DNA-repair activity, oregano provides antioxidant protection as it cleans the body of pathogens." (page199)

"Internal and Oral Use as a Dietary Supplement
All essential oils that are Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS) or certified as Food Additives (FA) by the FDA may be safely taken internally as dietary supplements (See GRAS and FA lists in Appendix B). But ingesting essential oils should only be done under the direction of a knowledgeable health professional.

In fact, many oils are actually more effective when taken orally in very small amounts. Essential oils should always be diluted in vegetable oil, agave syrup or rice milk prior to ingestion. More or less dilution may be required, depending on how strong the oil is. More potent oils, such as cinnamon, oregano, lemongrass, and thyme, will require far more dilution than relatively mild oils." (page53)

I conducted one of the most comprehensive studies to probe the powerful antimicrobial effects of essential oils with Sue Chao at Weber State University. Using disc diffusion assays, we tested the killing power of 67 different essential oils against a variety of yeast, molds, gram negative bacteria, and gram positive bacteria. Cinnamon, clove, thyme, peppermint, oregano, and mountain savory exerted the strongest antimicrobial properties.

The following year we tested the ability of thyme, oregano, and close essential oils to destroy colonies of Streptococcus pneumoniae, the bacteria responsible for many types of throat, sinus, and lung infections." 11 (page252)

Steven Foster gives credit to oil of oregano, in his book Herbal Renaissance, as having "been employed to treat indigestion, diarrhea, nervous tension, insect bites, toothache, earache, rheumatism and coughs due to whooping cough and bronchitis (primarily for it's antispasmodic effects)."

Foster claims that the "fungicidal and worm-expellant properties" of oil of oregano are directly tied to the constituent properties in this essential oil of carvacrol and thymol. 12

Microbe resistance to antibiotics does not normally develop against naturally-occurring antibiotics such as garlic and oil of oregano. Oil of oregano accomplishes this without creating mutant strains bacteria, and oregano has none of the debilitating side effects of pharmaceutical antibiotics. Drug-resistant microbes have evolved from the use of penicillin and other pharmaceutical drugs. For bedridden patients, oil of oregano applied directly to the feet is a highly defensive weapon against potentially deadly bacteria. This supplement will give support to the immune system.

According to an article published in Phytotherapy Research, oil of oregano is a powerful pain killer. The article details how oregano oil superseded anti-inflammatory drugs in reversing inflammation and pain and is almost as powerful as morphine as a killer of pain. 13

Researchers and scientist have uncovered numerous uses and benefits of oregano and extracted oil of oregano. One must be aware that these significant health benefits are only attainable from true oil of oregano distilled from Origanum vulgare or Origanum compactum. Oil of oregano from these species of origanums offers numerous remedies for a variety of conditions.

Studies published in the International Journal of Food Microbiology reveal that oil of oregano is a superb germicide with the ability to kill a wide range of bacteria and fungi. 14

Findings in the Journal of Applied Nutrition, claim oil of oregano as "highly effective" for destrying Candida. Studies and research in Mexico found oregano oil had prevalent anti-parasitic actions, with high success against Giardia. Sarer researchers published oregano oil's antiseptic powers were "remarkable." 15

Conditional use of oil of oregano…
" Oil of Oregano is not recommended while pregnant or during breastfeeding.
" If you are taking blood thinning drugs, oil of oregano may further thin the blood. If you are using oregano oil while taking blood thinning drugs, your blood may become too thin and your blood pressure may drop too low. Consult with your doctor or health professional before using oil of oregano with prescribed medications.
" Dilute oil of oregano with a carrier oil such as extra virgin olive oil or unrefined coconut oil when applying to skin area.
" Patch test, always apply properly diluted oil of oregano to a small patch of skin BEFORE putting it on large areas of skin. Full strength oregano oil can be applied to palms of hands or soles of feet after patch test. Children applications can be applied to the feet and should be diluted.

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References
1 Encyclopedia of Essential Oils, author Julia Lawless, Spanish oregano oil
2 Southern Medical Journal, Volume 94, August 2001, germs resistance to antibiotics
3 The Cure is in the Cupboard, author Dr. Cass Ingram D O expose oregano oil
4 Supermarket Remedies, author Dr. Cass Ingram D O, oregano as a preservative
5 Science Daily 10/11/2001, germ-killing properties of oil of oregano
6 Essential Oils Desk Reference, Compiled by Essential Science Publishing, Oregano oil, one of the most powerful antimicrobial essential oils.
7 Journal Food Protection, Volume 64, July 2001, oil of oregano showed the greatest antibacterial results against pathogenic germs.
8 The Practice of Aromatherapy, author Jean Valnet, MD, oregano oil is so potent that it sterilizes raw sewage.
9 Journal Applied Microbiology, Volume 88, February 2000, oil of oregano has antibacterial activity.
10 Advanced Aromatheraphy, author Durt Schnaubelt, Ph.D, oregano oil is aromatheraphy's heavy artillery.
11 Essential Oils Integrative Medical Guide, D. Gary Yound, Nd., oil of Oregano as a supplement and one of the strongest antimicrobial essential oils.
12 Herbal Renaissance, author Steven Foster, oregano oil treats cornucopia of ailments…
13 Phytotherapy Research, oil of oregano is a powerful pain killer.
14 International Journal of Food Microbiology, oil of oregano is a superb germicide.
15 Journal of Applied Nutrition, oregano oil had prevalent anti-parasitic actions.

Other Selected Research:
Friedman M, Henida PR, Mandrell RE. Bactericidal activities of plant essential oils and some of their isolated constituents against Campylobacter jejuni, Escherichia coli, Listeria monocytogenes, and Salmonella enteric. J Food Prot. 2002 Oct;65(10): 1545-60
Pagageorgiou G, et al., Effect of dietary oregano oil and alpha-tocopheryl acetate supplementation on iron-induced lipid oxidation of turkey breast, thigh, liver and heart tissues. J Anim Physiol Anim Nutr (Berl). 2003 Oct;87(9-10):324-35.
Elgayyar M, et al., Antimicrobial activity of essential oils from plants against selected pathogens and saprophytic microorganisims. J Food Prot. 2001 Jul;64(7):1019-24
Tantaoui-Elaraki A, Beraoud L. Inhibition of growth and aflatoxin production in aspergillus parasiticus by essential oild of selected plant minerials. J Eviron Pathol Toxicol Oncol. 1994;13(1):67-72.
Dorman HJ, Deans SG. Antimicrobial agents from plants: antibacterial activity of plant volatile oils. J Appl Microbiol. 2000 Fev;88(2):308-16. (page89)
Roger Baird, "Treating Yourself with Wild Oregano Oil," Vista Magazine, Issue 44, p. 52.
Michael Schmidt, Lendon H smith, Keith W Schnert. Beyond Antibiotics, Berkeley, California 1993.
D.S. Bauman, H.E. Hagglund. "Polysystem Chronic Complainters," Journal of advanced Medicine, 4(1)1991.
Chao, et al., Screening for Inhibitory Activity of Essential Oils on Selected Bacteria, Fungi and Viruses.
Journal of Essential Oil Research. 1997 Chao, et al., Antimicrobial Effects of Essential Oils on Strepococcus penumoniae. JEOR, 2001
Oil of Oregano: Overview


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