Oil of wild oregano is considered to be the nature’s most powerful antibiotic, antiseptic, and fungi, parasite, virus and bacteria killer.
Oreganol P73 is the true oil of wild oregano, a blend of the oils from edible species of wild oregano (over 80 species of oregano plants exist in the wild), which grow 12,000 feet above sea level in the Mediterranean mountains out of ionically charged, mineral rich white rock, calcium and magnesium specifically. NAHS only uses the leaves of flowering plants and gathers them right at that moment when the plant contains highest volume of essential oil, so the oil is the source of virtually all of the plant’s active ingredients.
Oreganol is ideal for human consumption, because it is a wholefood extract and, as such, can be consumed daily as a dietary supplement.
How to use
Take two drops under your tongue and keep it there until it naturally dissolves. It is potent when combined directly with organic honey on a teaspoon and swallowed. Can be mixed with water or juice. Use it topically on the skin or inhale in its fumes through vaporising. Oil is pungent and aromatic, expect a warm sensation in your mouth when taken directly, which will disappear shortly. Keep away from eyes, genitals and children.
Serving size of 2 drops contain a proprietary blend – 50mg of total weight
Carrier Oil – certified organic extra virgin olive oil
Wild Mediterranean Oregano Oil P73
(Carvacrol & Thymol)
|Antiseptic and antioxidant properties; absolutely vital to supporting healthy body system.|
|Terpenes||Antiseptic, antiviral and anti-inflammatory agents|
|Long chains alcohols|
(Linalool & Bonreol)
|Increase the oil’s antiseptic and antiviral qualities|
|Esters||Potent anti-fungal agents|
Additionally, wild oregano oil is one of the most potent antioxidants known, helping to support optimal cellular health. Except for clove oil, wild oregano oil has the highest known ORAC value, 300,000 per 100g.
Oregano Oil Benefits & Uses
Apart from being the natural antibiotic, oregano oil has many other beneficial uses.
|Stomach problems||Animal studies suggest that effective oregano oil can help fight parasitic infections and reduce infectious diarrhea caused by food or liquid substance poisoning. It may also affect the digestive ecosystem and alter the stomach’s emptying rate. Adults over 18 can try capsules that contain 45 mg of pure oil of oregano once daily with meals.|
|Oral health||Thanks to thymol, adding a drop or two of oil of oregano on your toothbrush (with or without toothpaste) will help combat bacteria, plaque and bad breath.|
|Acne, eczema treatments||Because of its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects, use a drop or two of oregano oil on problem areas and let it soak in.|
|Sinusitis relief - the inflammation of the nasal cavities usually caused by certain viruses||Oil of oregano provides the necessary amounts of antibacterial properties that help get rid of the stubborn bacteria and viruses causing this unpleasant illness.|
|Immunity Booster & Allergy Treatment||Oregano oil is superior to echinacea or goldenseal and just a few drops daily can assist in better immune system. Vapour inhalation helps with anything from hay-fever to pet allergies.|
|Help with candida, athlete’s foot, nail fungus, scalp fungus||Regular topical application and internal consumption can naturally assist in clearing up these uncomfortable conditions.|
|Bruise, sprains, tendonitis, cramps, carpal tunnel syndrome relief||Anti-inflammatory properties of oil of oregano help with treating these ailments.|
|Protection against parasites such as worms, head lice and even scabies||Add to shampoos and soaps to get rid of the parasites.|
How to spot a real Wild Oregano Oil
To be edible, this essential oil must be made only from wild, mountain-grown Mediterranean oregano, free of all chemicals and pesticides. It also must be emulsified in carrier oil such as extra virgin olive oil, which is used by NAHS. NAHS use the real, 100%-wild Mediterranean oregano, guaranteed to be handpicked in pristine and untarnished remote mountains. A conservation program was implemented to limit excessive picking, which preserves and protects the plants and land. Their oregano oil is produced by old-fashioned steam distillation, using deep spring water also known for its high mineral content. No chemicals or solvents are used in the extraction process.
Beware of cheaper grades of oregano oil; the name oregano describes over 60 different types of plants, often having no other similarities with true oregano except taste (like Thymus Capitus from Spain or Mexican Sage).
The chemical profile of oregano oil is critical. Oreganol has the ideal profile, which is P73 - a specific blend of several high-grade medicinal wild oreganos with a high percentage of calcium, magnesium, and zinc, which are absorbed from the mineral-rich soil that it grows in.
Polyphenol content is a reliable indicator of high-quality oregano oil, carvacrol being the most publicized. But carvacrol is not the only indicator of high-quality oregano, since the plant produces over 50 known-to-date substances which may work synergistically. A low thymol content plays an enormous role in high-quality oregano oil and is often ignored as a factor. Often high carvacrol levels are accompanied by higher thymol levels.
To provide their customers with the highest quality oregano oil available, NAHS has blended several species of oregano, creating a delicate, synergistic balance of over 50 phytochemicals. While most, if not all, of their competitors will distract potential customers with claims of “High Carvacrol,” NAHS meticulously takes into account thymol content, as well as other factors, to ensure their customers receive the purest, highest quality oregano oil available.
Unless the producer can certify in writing that the oregano herb or oil is derived from pure, wild, edible oregano, avoid consuming it. To ensure that you have the best quality oregano oil, be sure to look for P73 on the label.