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50ml Bottle - Oil of Wild Oregano & Black Seed Oil - 6 Bottle Value Buy

50ml Bottle - Oil of Wild Oregano & Black Seed Oil - 6 Bottle Value Buy

Healthy Blood Sugar- Liver Health - Dysmenorrhea

  • Specific species with highest therapeutic properties, Nigella Sativa & Origanum vulgare. Find out more!
  • General health & wellbeing
  • Antioxidant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Supports healthy blood sugar
  • Traditionally used in Middle Eastern herbal medicine to reduce menstruation pain (dysmenorrhea)
  • Traditionally used in Middle Eastern herbal medicine & Asian medicine to support liver health
  • Manufacture in TGA, GMP compliant and Australian Certified Organic facilities
  • Listed with the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods AUSTL 350295
  • Guaranteed Certified Organic Oregano, Non-GMO
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Power Combo!

Nature is full of amazing wonders, and it is up to us to seek them out and create the perfect solution! Oil of Wild Oregano is a potent natural therapeutic on its own and we are always looking to expand and compliment its already impressive therapeutic benefits! We have introduced Black Seed Oil to create a blend that targets specific areas. It works synergistically with Oil of Wild Oregano to bring therapeutic qualities such as liver health support, healthy blood sugar and menstrual pain relief.

Black Seed Oil, also known as Nigella sativa oil, is a natural remedy that has been used for centuries in traditional medicine. One of the most notable benefits of black seed oil is its ability to regulate blood sugar levels, making it a promising natural remedy for diabetes (blood sugar related issue) management. The active compounds in black seed oil, such as thymoquinone and alpha-hederin, have been shown to improve glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity.

Moreover, black seed oil has been found to have hepatoprotective properties, which means it can protect the liver against damage caused by toxins, alcohol, and other substances. Black seed oil's hepatoprotective effect is due to its high content of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds such as thymoquinone and p-cymene, which have been shown to reduce liver inflammation and oxidative stress.

Additionally, black seed oil has been traditionally used to alleviate dysmenorrhea, a condition characterized by painful menstrual cramps. Studies have shown that black seed oil can reduce the severity and duration of menstrual pain, possibly due to its ability to reduce inflammation and modulate the levels of hormones such as prostaglandins.

OIL OF WILD OREGANO & BLACK SEED OIL INFO

Certified Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Black Seed oil (Nigella sativa)
Certified Organic Oregano Oil (Origanum Vulgare)

Directions for use: Shake well before use. Take 5mL (4.9g) in juice once a day or as prescribed by your healthcare practitioner. Not to be used in children under 2 years of age without medical advice.

Antioxidant/Reduce free radicals formed in the body
Maintain/support general health and wellbeing
Anti-inflammatory/relieve inflammation
Helps maintain/support healthy blood sugar/glucose in healthy individuals
Traditionally used in Middle Eastern herbal medicine to maintain/support digestive system health
Traditionally used in Asian medicine to maintain/support digestive system health
Traditionally used in Middle Eastern herbal medicine to maintain/support liver health
Traditionally used in Asian medicine to maintain/support liver health
Traditionally used in Middle Eastern herbal medicine to decrease/reduce/relieve menstruation pain/dysmenorrhoea

As with the use of any nutraceutical, it is important to first consult with your health professional to discuss your use of our product in light of any medical conditions you may have and any medication you may be taking.

Always read the label. Do not use if pregnant, taking blood thinners and/or allergic to the mint family of plants.

If symptoms persist consult your health professional.

Picked right from where nature intended...

OIL OF WILD OREGANO FAQ

Isn't it bad to take essential oils internally?

Oil of Wild Oregano is considered a “hot” essential oil. Oil of Wild oregano oil feels “spicy hot” when you swallow it (or when it touches any mucous membrane). The spicy hot feeling is normal and is a typical characteristic of the oil . The burning sensation will pass. It is important to remember however that not all oils are created for internal use. Solutions4Health Oil of Wild Oregano is already appropriately diluted with a carrier oil so that it can be used for both internal consumption and external use.

How Long Will My Bottle Last?

A 50ml bottle of Oil of Wild Oregano & Black Seed oil will last 10 days 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 Does the TGA do?

The Therapeutic Goods Administration is part of the Australian Government Department of Health that is responsible for the regulation of the safety, quality, efficacy and advertising of therapeutic goods. The TGA performs these functions through administration of the relevant legislation, the Therapeutic goods Act 1989 and related legislation such as the Therapeutic Goods Regulations 1990 and the Therapeutics Goods Advertising Code (No.2) 2018. Solution4Health Oil of Wild Oregano is listed with the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG), AUSTL 139967relevant legislation, the Therapeutic goods Act 1989 and related legislation such as the Therapeutic Goods Regulations 1990 and the Therapeutics Goods Advertising Code (No.2) 2018.

Have There Been Scientific Studies Performed On Black Seed Oil?

Yes! PubMed is the world’s #1 database for scientific evidence based literature. There are over 1,000 studies PubMed alone. There are many more evidence based studies on the medicinal properties of Black Seed oil.

Shipping And Delivery

We offer FREE standard shipping Australia wide and a flat EXPRESS shipping rate of $5.90 Australia wide.
All orders are processed and shipped out within 2 business days (Orders are not shipped or delivered on weekends or holidays).
Depending on where you are located within Australia the expected date of delivery can vary.
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References

1. Badary, O. A., & Taha, R. A. (2003). Nigella sativa seeds modulate glucose homeostasis and serum insulin in induced hyperglycemia in rats. Fundamental & clinical pharmacology, 17(4), 459-463.
2. Al-Dosari, M. S., Ahmed, M. M., Al-Rejaie, S. S., Alhomida, A. S., & Ola, M. S. (2014). Nigella sativa oil protects against alcohol-induced hepatic injury by attenuating inflammation and oxidative stress in rats. Asian Pacific journal of tropical medicine, 7S1, S491-S497.
3. Nasiri, E., Hosseinzadeh, H., & Zaker, S. H. (2014). Dysmenorrhea: a comprehensive review on its pathophysiology and pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments. Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, 17(2), 273-293.
4. Mosavat, S. H., Ghafarzadehgan, K., Nazarzadeh, M., Pourahmad, S., & Mohajeri, S. A. (2015). The effect of Nigella sativa oil on the prevention of phlebitis induced by chemotherapy among breast cancer patients. Nursing and Midwifery Studies, 4(4), e29658.
5. Ahmad, A., Husain, A., Mujeeb, M., Khan, S. A., Najmi, A. K., Siddique, N. A., ... & Anwar, F. (2013). A review on therapeutic potential of Nigella sativa: A miracle herb. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, 3(5), 337-352.