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Wild Oregano Oil is 100% organic certified with 80% carvacol

Research supports the use of Wild Oregano oil against viral and fungal infections and it destroys many strains of bacteria and other parasites. Studies conducted by Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., have shown that the wild, mountain-grown oregano is an excellent anti-fungal agent, completely killing Candida albicans.

 

Origaum Vulgare or Wild Oregano is a native Mediterranean woody shrub of Europe. A herb rich in carvacol –The most potent natural antiseptic with miraculous antibiotic properties. Carvacol is the strongest laboratory tested antiseptic known to mankind till date.

 

The Oil of Wild Oregano is an age old potent aid, a panacea for all pathogenic infections. Tiny amounts of this wild oil helps you in quickly protecting yourself and your family against various pathogens such as bacteria, virus, fungus, yeast and other parasites. It is nature’s “natural antiseptic.” Up until 1950, it was used to sterilize operating instruments.

 

Through ages Oregano oil has been used against various ailments such as Cold, Flu, Cough , Sore Throat , Sinusitis, Bronchitis, Bladder and Kidney Infections , Indigestion, infections,  Diarrhea, Peptic Ulcer, tumors, , Infections of the sex organs, chest infections, Liver disorders, Bad Breath, Gums infection and many more. It is very effective against Parasites such as Cryptosporidium, Staphylococcus aureas, Escherichia coli, Yersinia enterocolitica, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and others.

 

History tells us that Gerard, the 17th century British herbalist, described the oil of oregano as a remedy for digestive complaints and head colds. William Langham, in Garden of Health (1633), described a wide range of uses in diverse conditions such as bladder trouble, bleeding, heart failure, head , , mouth pain, freckles or spots on the , stomachache, intestinal worms, and toothache. . In the 15th century, Paracelsus used Wild Oregano to treat diarrhea, psoriasis, vomiting, jaundice, and fungal diseases.

 

Oil of Wild Oregano is rich in natural carvacol –nature’s strongest antimicrobial. It is an age old remedy against infections for all sorts of pathogens such as bacteria, virus, fungus, yeast and other parasites. Its usage has no side effects and builds your immunity besides fighting against antibodies.

 

Advantages:

It protects you and your family against varied pathogens on a diverse platform. It’s your quick doctor at home easily available.

 

It has no side effects, thus protecting you against potential drug side effects and also mutant variations.

 

It builds your internal immunity making you internally strong to fight against pathogens.

 

And pathogens are not able to build immunity against Wild Oregano Oil as with the pharmaceutical drugs.

 

Suggested Use:

 

Nature Supplies Natural Wild Oregano Oil is 100% organic certified with 80% carvacol.

It is mixed with extra virgin olive oil 3:1 for greater health benefit as this specific concentration gets faster absorption into the blood stream both externally and internally.

 

A skin sensitivity test is highly recommended before external use.

 

Take 1-3 drops of the oil, rub vigorously over the affected area such as bladder region or stomach in case of pain or discomfort. Repeat 3 times a day for a period of 1-2 weeks.

 

Wild Oregano Oil consumed internally too as well as can be rubbed on gums as an anti-inflammatory.

 

‘Nature Supplies’ provides 100% organic, 80% carvacol rich wild oregano oil in the most convenient dropper bottles.

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Research supports the use of Wild Oregano oil against viral and fungal infections and it destroys many strains of bacteria and other parasites. Studies conducted by Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., have shown that the wild, mountain-grown oregano is an excellent anti-fungal agent, completely killing Candida albicans.


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