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Wild Oregano Oil may be used as a tonic for general health. Traditionally used for the relief of a variety of ailments. Potent source of Carvacrol which possesses anti-bacterial properties. May be helpful as an immune boost. What is the percentage of Carvacrol in your Oregano essential oil? Solutions 4 Health Oil of wild oregano has a high carvacrol content of around 80%. Read more
Solutions 4 Health Wild Oregano Oil
May be used as a tonic for general health. Traditionally used for the relief of a variety of ailments. Potent source of Carvacrol which possesses anti-bacterial properties. May be helpful as an immune boost.
Directions for Use:
Adults: 1 - 5 drops in juice 3 times daily or as prescribed by your healthcare practitioner.
Children: Apply a drop or two under the soles of feet. Not to be used on children under 2 years of age without medical advice. Use topically as required.
Certified Organic Oregano Oil (Origanum vulgare), Extra virgin olive oil
If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner. If pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your doctor prior to using. Avoid contact with eyes and sesitive areas. Patch test on skin before use.
FAQ's For Oil of Wild Oregano
What is the percentage of Carvacrol in your Oregano essential oil?
Solutions 4 Health Oil of wild oregano has a high carvacrol content of around 80%
What is the ratio of Oregano Oil to Olive Oil?
1:4 being one parts Oregano Oil and 4 parts Olive Oil.
Should I drink lots of water when taking Oil of Wild Oregano?
Yes. Water helps flush toxins left from dead pathogens (bacteria, candida, parasites etc.) from the body. It is important to drink 8-12 glasses of water daily to maintain good health.
Can I take too much Oil of Oregano?
Yes! Essential oils are composed of highly concentrated naturally occurring chemicals. Even herbs and natural forms of many plants are only beneficial in small quantities. This is true of Oil of Oregano. Please do not exceed recommended dosages.
The adage "less is more" is at work here. The liver must process the Oregano oil and will become overloaded if too large an amount is taken. People using excessive amounts of alcohol regularly or taking 3 or more prescription drugs should avoid using Oil of Oregano.
Can Oil of Oregano be used to help prevent infections?
Yes. Use Oil of Oregano with soap to wash hands or skin after exposure to public washrooms or close contact with other people such as shaking hands, kissing or crowded environments such classrooms, airplanes, buses etc. You may also inhale the oil, or rub it on the gums. Avoid mucous membranes and other sensitive skin areas.
Oil of Oregano can be added to water in a mister and sprayed around the house to kill bacteria, mold and viruses in the air. Use a drop or two on a sponge or wet cloth for cleaning kitchen counters, sinks, stoves; and refrigerators in order to kill microbes.
How long will my bottle of Oil Of Oregano last?
A 25ml bottle will last 10 weeks if you take the recommended dosage every day. Most people will not have a need to use this much, so your bottle should last much longer.
What is the shelf life of Oil of Oregano?
The shelf life of the oil is many years. Oil of Oregano contains natural antioxidants which preserve the olive oil.
Are there other uses for Oil of Oregano?
Yes! You may add a drop or two to vegetable oils and other foods to extend their shelf life. Oregano oil contains phenols and other compounds which are powerful antioxidants.
You may add to water and use as a spray to kill mold, mildew, fungus and airborne bacteria. Use a few drops on a wet cloth for cleaning and sanitizing kitchen counters and bathroom surfaces.
Use for daily hygiene by adding small amounts of Oregano oil to liquid soaps for washing hands, feet and body. Carry when camping, trekking or traveling for adding to water or food and for treating cuts, scrapes, bites etc.
One of our clients even used our Oil of Oregano to rid her houseplants of bugs.