FAQ’s For Oil of Wild Oregano
Don’t take our word for it! In Dr. Cass Ingram’s book The Cure is in the Cupboard, which is an in depth study of the multiple uses of Oil of Oregano, many research references are given which will substantiate any of the material written on this web site concerning the proven effects of Oil of Oregano. Please see our “Testimonials” page to see what our customers are experiencing.
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. This is especially true when dis-ease is present. If headaches, fatigue or flu like symptoms occur after taking Oil of Oregano, this is a signal that the oil is doing its job and killing pathogens. By drinking lots of water you flush these poisons out of your body. However, it is important to consult with your healthcare practitioner.
Use Oil of Oregano both internally and externally. Usually nail fungus originates from internal Candida overgrowth. Take 2-3 drops 3 times daily and apply the oil topically to the affected area in the morning and before bed. Keep the area well bathed and dry. Drink lots of water to flush toxins from the system. Headaches or flu like symptoms may occur and indicate a “healing crisis”. This is caused by the toxins from the dead fungus in the bloodstream. Water will flush these out of your body. Drink more water! Prolonged treatment could be necessary. It takes 6 months for a big toenail to grow out again. Larger dosages may be necessary. When taking larger dosages, take 3 or 4 drops up to 7x a day. Never take it all at once and do not start at these levels. Always listen to your body. Everyone is different and different people require different amounts to treat the same condition, therefore it is important to consult with your healthcare practitioner.
The length of time it takes to clear candida will differ from person to person and is dependent on many factors such as diet, lifestyle, stress factors etc. The oil may be used continually, however listen to your body. If you feel like taking a break for a few days, that is fine. Always be sure to drink lots of water while taking the Wild Oil of Oregano.However, it is important to consult with your healthcare practitioner.
For infants and children up to the age of seven, external use only is mandated. Dilute one drop in a teaspoon or less of vegetable oil and massage into the soles of the feet. The oil may also be inhaled straight from the bottle or by placing a drop on a tissue or cloth. For older children the oil may be taken internally. It is advised to use only one drop and dilute it with olive oil, juice or a teaspoon of honey to reduce the heat sensation which may be too strong for a child. Preventative measures against disease are very effective in keeping your children healthy. Germs spread from the hands to the mouth are notorious for causing infections. Dirty fingernails harbor all kinds of nasty pathogens. Keep your child’s fingernails short and frequently wash their hands and nails with a drop or two of Oil of Oregano and soap. Liquid soap is easy to mix the Oil of Oregano into. However, it is important to consult with your healthcare practitioner.
Yes. The Cure is in the Cupboard by Dr. Cass Ingram is an excellent book with treatment protocols for many conditions with treatment protocols for many conditions. However, it is important to consult with your healthcare practitioner.
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.
The shelf life of the oil is many years. Oil of Oregano contains natural antioxidants which preserve the olive oil.
Yes! You may add a drop or two to vegetable oils and other foods to extend their shelf life. Oil of Oregano 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.