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EmmenagogueOregano Oil: Benefits, Uses and More

Posted on September 26th, 2016. Written by Emily Cronkleton and Medically reviewed by Debra Rose Wilson, PhD, MSN, RN, IBCLC, AHN-BC, CHT Featured on Health line Website

You’re probably already familiar with dried or fresh oregano that is commonly used as a food seasoning. Oregano grows wild in several Mediterranean countries, and is typically dried and used to flavor food. Many people are also discovering the benefits of oil of oregano.   Read more…

 

asdfghAchieving Simple Weight Loss with Oregano Oil

Posted on September 3rd, 2012. Written by Elizabeth Renter. Featured on Natural Society Website.

Looking to lose weight? New research shows that oregano oil could  be a promising solution to help reduce the chances of obesity and weight gain. According to Wellness Resources, the study involved feeding mice a high fat diet to induce obesity. But, the mice who were also given oregano oil saw a smaller weight gain than those who weren’t. The active component of oregano oil, carvacrol, was given to half of the mice. Read more…

 

 

antifungalDoes Oregano Oil Get Rid of Nail Fungus?

Featured on Fix Fungal Nails Website.

Austrian communities have traditionally used oregano extracts to treat the respiratory tract, nervous system and gastrointestinal tract diseases. This is according to an article published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Additionally, some people use oregano oil to clear toenail fungus. Below is some more information about oregano oil for nail fungus. Read more…

 

 

oregano testimonialCan Oregano Treat Candida?

Posted on February 18, 2015. Written by Eric Bakker N.D. Featured on Yeastinfectiong.org Website

The use of herbs in medicine has been known for centuries. Many pharmaceutical companies use herbal sources as the basis of their products. With the advancement in medical sciences and research however, the use of herbs as medicines has decreased as they have been replaced by comparatively more potent new drug formulations. But we have to bear in mind that although more efficacious, these new drug advancements are not without their side effects and can at times be problematic. These days there is a significant group of people … Read more…

 

Herbs Rich Source of Healthy Antioxidants: Oregano Ranks Highestpouring-w

Posted on January 23rd, 2002. Featured on Mercola Website.

Better health may be only a dash and sprinkle away: Researchers with the U.S. Department of Agriculture have found that herbs, in addition to making food tastier, are an abundant source of antioxidants and could provide potential anticancer benefits when supplementing a balanced diet. Herbs have higher antioxidant activity than fruits, vegetables and some spices, including garlic, the researchers say. In what may be good news for pizza lovers and Italian food connoisseurs everywhere, the herbs with the highest antioxidant activity belonged to the oregano family. In general, oregano had 3 to 20 times higher antioxidant activity than the other herbs studied. Read more…

 

gymIs Exercise Good for the Common Cold?

Posted on January 27th, 2017. Written By Madeline R. Vann, MPH and Medically Reviewed by Lindsey Marcellin, MD, MPH. Featured on Everyday Health Website

Whether you should exercise when you’re sick depends on what your body is telling you. To work out or not to work out? For someone dealing with a common cold, that is often the question. Although powering your way through a run or a salsa class can make you feel great on a regular day, it may not seem like the best idea when you have the sniffles and a cough. The important thing is to stay flexible with your exercise routine. Read more…

 

 

image1Oregano Oil for Sinus Infections

Posted on April 18th, 2017. Featured on Earth Clinic Website.

Oil of oregano is an especially effective natural treatment for sinus infection as well as for a wide range of other conditions. While many herbs worldwide possess medicinal properties, oregano is a healing marvel having both antibacterial and antioxidant properties. Natural remedies are more beneficial than mainstream treatments for many ailments (when used appropriately) as the body does not usually become resistant to herbal cures. Read more…

 

 

other usesOil of Oregano Benefits

Posted on April 14th, 2017. Featured on New Health Advisor.

Oregano is a widely used bushy herb, especially when it comes to the preparation of several dishes. It comes from a plant called Origanum vulgare, which is a member of the mint family. Oregano oil can be produced by processing and later distilling dried leaves and flowers of the oregano plant that has been harvested when the oil content of the plant is at its peak; the result is strong and rich yellow coloured oil. Read more…

 

 

 

 

Fortified Defence from Solutions 4 Health with Olive Leaf ExtractOlive Leaf – Alternative Medicine Review

Alternative Medicine Review Volume 14, Number 1 2009

Olive leaf from Olea europaea, the olive tree, is native to the Mediterranean and has been known for its medicinal properties since ancient times. It is the first botanical noted in the Bible, where it is described in Ezekiel 47:12, “The fruit thereof shall be for meat, and the leaf thereof for medicine.” The first mention of olive leaf’s medicinal use in modern times was in 1843 when Daniel Hanbury of England reported a bitter substance from olive leaf tea was the agent responsible for healing malaria and associated fevers. Read More…

 

Wild OreganoOil of Wild Oregano – General Information

By Lesley Braun B.Pharm, Dip.App.Sci.NAT, Grad Dip.Phyto, PhD

According to the Western herbal medicine tradition, oregano has been used as an expectorant and natural antibiotic to treat cough and as a digestive stimulant to alleviate dyspepsia and increase appetite. Its antibacterial properties have also been used to treat skin and gastrointestinal infections. Additionally, it has been used for menstrual conditions such as period pain. Naturally, wild oregano oil has broad spectrum antibacterial activity, much like an antibiotic drug. Read More…

 

 

Oil of Oregano Research & Studies

Compiled by Bee Wilder

The book entitled Beyond Antibiotics: Healthier Options for Families, by Michael A. Schmidt, Lendon H. Smith and Keith W. Sehnert, has an entire section devoted to the antimicrobial (antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral) efficacy of essential plant oils. In this section they state that “one of the advantages essential oils have over antibiotics is that bacteria do not develop resistance to essential oils.” Many essential oils exert their antibacterial effect by interfering with the bacteria’s ability to breathe. Read More…

 

 

Oil of Wild Oregano made from Oregano grown in the Mediterranean highlandsThe Respiratory Solution: Wild Oregano – The Most Potent Germicide

By Dr. Cass Ingram, DO

Many know Dr. Ingram as “Dr. Oregano”. The miraculous healing powers of this very sacred herb were virtually unknown in North America until the early 1990’s, even though our ancestors have used it as medicine for thousands of years… Read More…

 

 

Oregano and Prostate Cancer Cells

By Bhushankumar Patel, Vichiksha R. Shah and Supriya A. Bavadekar

Carvacrol, a monoterpene phenol, is known to be present in the volatile oils of Thymus vulgaris, Carum copticum and Origanum vulgare, and has been shown to have anti-proliferative effects on various human cancer cell lines, such as breast cancer, hepatoma, leukemia, non-small cell lung cancer, and cervical cancer… Read More…

 

 

Oil of Wild Oregano and Bird Flu

Provided by HyssopHealth.com

Considered the leading authority on the uses of the oil of oregano, Dr. Cass Ingram’s book, The Cure is in the Cupboard, describes the oil of oregano as “one of those rare substances that can alter the course of history. It possesses dependable anti-infective powers; in other words, if a contagious infection develops, oil of wild oregano is one of the few substances known that will produce consistent positive results.” Read More…