Frequently Asked Questions
Oregano oil mainly contains a substance called carvacrol, which acts as a natural killer of bacteria, viruses, infections, microbes and parasites. The higher the carvacrol content of Oregano Oil, the more effective it is. If oregano oil is low in carvacrol, then it will not be as effective - regardless of dosage. There are many types of Oregano, but only in Greek Oregano Oil Zane Hellas its content reaches 86%!
Since Oregano oil stimulates blood flow to the pelvic and uterine areas, internal use should be avoided during menstruation. You can start up to 21 days after a week's break, etc.
The color may be brighter or darker depending on the crop. This does not indicate a decrease in the value of Oregano essential oil.
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Greek Oregano Oil - 60 Softgels
Oregano is an aromatic plant with healing properties known since
ancient times. There are many published scientific studies on the
properties and effectiveness of Oregano Oil – Carvacrol.
The climatic conditions of Greece, the sunshine, the sea breeze, and the subsoil rich in trace are what make the Greek Oregano the best in the world. From this Oregano, Wild and Organic (non-GMO) we make the essential Oil of Oregano that we offer.
From the best Oregano in the World, we make perhaps the best Oregano Oil in the World.
• 100% pure essential Oil of Oregano.
• MINIMUM 86% CARVACROL.
• Every Soft Gel is 725 mg.
• Every Soft Gel contain 500 mg of Natural Organic oils.
• Every Soft Gel contains 125 mg Wild and Organic Essential Oregano Oil and 325 mg Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
• Every Soft Gel Provides 107.5 mg of Carvacrol from Essential Oil of Oregano (NOT Extract- Only Essential Oil of Oregano)
• Carvacrol is the main ingredient of Oregano Oil. The higher the content of Carvacrol in Oregano Oil the more effective it is.
• Thymol is another ingredient found in oregano oil. It must be at very low rates in the Oregano Oil because thymol is toxic in high concentrations.
• Oreganum Vulgare Heracleoticum-Hirtum is the variety. (There are many varieties of Oregano- only the Greek Oregano gives the highest rates of Carvacrol).
What is Oil of Oregano?
Numerous university studies have shown that Oil of Oregano is a highly potent purifier that provides many benefits for human health. It is a natural substance that is extracted from wild oregano plants, and two key compounds found in it are carvacrol and thymol. Studies have shown that both of these compounds have significant effects on harmful micro-organisms that cause many illnesses in humans.
is important not to confuse Oil of Oregano with common oregano that is
used as a spice for cooking. Common oregano is typically Origanum
Marjoram, while Oil of Oregano is derived from Origanum Vulgare.
Oil of Oregano can be purchased as either a liquid or as capsules/tablets. In both forms, it is important to verify that the oil is derived from the proper potent oregano plant, and that the carvacrol concentration is at least 86%.
What are the Benefits of Oil of Oregano?
ancient Greeks were one of the first people to recognize this oil for
its health benefits and medicinal qualities. It is known to be a potent
antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiparasitic oil that can
reduce pain and inflammation and effectively fight off infections.
Some of the specific benefits of this amazing oil are:
- Destroying organisms that contribute to skin infections and digestive problems.
- Strengthening the immune system.
- Increasing joint and muscle flexibility.
- Improving respiratory health.
Uses of Oil of Oregano
Oil of Oregano can be applied directly onto the skin to treat itches, skin infections, and irritated gums, but only if it has been diluted. Always follow the instructions on your particular bottle before applying topically onto the skin, since highly concentrated oils may first need to be mixed with Olive Oil or Coconut Oil before application (usually one teaspoon of Olive Oil or Coconut Oil per one drop of Oregano Oil).
The high concentrations of thymol and carvacrol in Oil of Oregano have been shown to calm upset stomachs and aid digestion. Therefore, a quick home remedy for mild indigestion is to drink a glass of milk or juice that is mixed with 2 or 3 drops of the oil.
Oil of Oregano is a wonderful natural remedy for sinus congestion. A common solution is to add 3 drops of the oil into a glass of juice and drink this mixture daily for 3 to 5 days.
Colds and Sore Throats
Oil of Oregano is an excellent early defense mechanism when you feel a cold or sore throat coming on. Simply take 3 drops of the oil once per day (you can mix it into a glass of orange juice) and you should notice results within a few hours. Repeat this once per day for up to 5 days until the symptoms are gone.
What are the Side Effects of Oil of Oregano?
While Oil of Oregano has many benefits, there are a few possible side effects:
It may reduce the body's ability to absorb iron. Therefore, it is recommended that any regular use be combined with regular consumption of iron supplements. For this reason, women are advised not to take this oil during their pregnancy.
Pregnant women should also avoid this oil since it can stimulate blood flow in the uterus, which can weaken the lining that surrounds the fetus in the womb.
People that have allergies to thyme, basil, mint, or sage may be sensitive to Oregano Oil as well, since they are in the same family of plants. If any skin irritation, rashes, or vomiting occurs when using it, it is recommended that you discontinue use and consult your doctor.