New Roots Wild Oregano
C93 Oregano Oil uses a specific species (origanum minutiforum) of wild oregano found only in the highest altitudes of the Mediterranean mountains. It is cold pressed, steam distilled, chemical free and assayed to contain a minimum of 91-95% carvacrol content. Oregano oil is used for the management of many ailments including fighting off various colds, flus, bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungus.
Pure Wild Oregano oil (Origanum vulgare minutiflorum)
Averaging potency greater than 91% up to 95% carvacrol
Blended with extra virgin certified organic olive oil
Contains no: Dairy, Wheat, Gluten, Yeast, Soy or Sodium.
* Highest carvacrol content available: 93%
* Kills off colds, flus, viruses, bacteria, fungal and so much more!
* Helps bladder, kidney and other infections
* Treats cold sores, toothaches, dandruff and gum disorders
* Easy to use dropper
Take one or more drops under the tongue when needed, or one drop in 30ml of water or juice, swish under the tongue and swallow.
Oil of Oregano
Oregano is a perennial of the mint family having aromatic leaves. The name Oregano comes from the Greek word meaning "Joy of the Mountain". Four main chemical substances in oregano account for its tremendous healing qualities: alcohols, esters, phenols, and terpenes. Together these important substances are what really make Oil of Oregano such a powerful natural health aid. Phenols, such as carvacrol and thymol, act as antiseptics and antioxidants, while terpenes, which include pinene and terpinene, exhibit antiseptic, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and anesthetic properties. Linalool and bonreol are two long-chain alcohols found in oregano oil, which add to the antiviral and antiseptic qualities. Esters are potent antifungal agents. Two that are found in abundance in oregano oil are linalyl acetate and geranyl acetate.
Some uses for Oregano oil include:
Antibiotic and Antiseptic
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