Organic Oil of Oregano
Natural Factors Organic Oil of Oregano is derived from wild-crafted Mediterranean oregano, hand harvested from the Origanum vulgare plant.
To maintain the purity and concentration of the active ingredients, the whole herb is gently steam-distilled without the use of chemicals. It is combined with vitamin E for antioxidant support and then blended in a 1:4 ratio with organic cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil. It is guaranteed to contain at least 80% carvacrol and is available in both liquid and convenient softgel formats.
Oil of Oregano is very POTENT. When compared with other culinary and medicinal herbs, it has one of the HIGHEST ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY ratings.
Oil of Oregano is very potent. When compared with other culinary and medicinal herbs, it has one of the highest antioxidant activity ratings.
Oil of Oregano’s Therapeutic Benefits
Oil of oregano has one of the highest antioxidant capacities of aromatic herbs and is used therapeutically for conditions related to oxidative stress. It has been studied as an antimicrobial, able to protect against infectious microoganisms, such as bacteria, yeast, fungi, and parasites. It also has anti-inflammmatory qualities, and can be used during cough and cold season to support immune function and relieve respiratory conditions.
A Natural Daily Immune Booster!
A Key Active Compound
Carvacrol is one of the three key active compounds in oil of oregano. More carvacrol = higher potency. Because the pure oil is very strong, it is often found blended with a carrier oil such as olive oil.
Germ Killing Action!
Lab studies show the active ingredients in oil of oregano cause changes in the outer membranes of bacterial cells that lead to the destruction of certain invading bacteria.
Oregano provides antioxidant protection for the maintenance of good health. With its antimicrobial “germ-fighting” action and immune function benefits, Oil of Oregano is your secret weapon this cold and flu season.
Organic Oil of Oregano
Recommended adult dose: 4 drops daily directly under the tongue or mixed with water, or as directed by a health care practitioner. A sensation of warmth is normal.
Can be used topically to relieve sore muscles, insect bites, and minor skin conditions.