Wild Oil of Oregano belongs in every medicine chest. It has antifungal, antibiotic, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties that have been proven in laboratory studies, making it a natural, versatile and effective option for whatever ails you. And here’s another good reason to have Wild Oil of Oregano on hand: drug resistant super-bugs cannot develop resistance to it; unlike they do to the patented antibiotics on the market.
Important characteristics you should watch for when purchasing Oil of Oregano:
• It should be made with wild, Mediterranean oregano which is free of the chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and fungicides that contaminate conventionally grown crops and would make the essential oils produced from them toxic.
• Lab testing on Oregano's antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties has been conducted with naturally distilled, high quality Oregano oil with an average range of 62-85% Carvacrol. Some oils of Oregano claim to contain higher percentages of Carvacrol, which can only be obtained by adding it during distillation, adulterating the product. In this case, more is not better. The effectiveness of Wild Oil of Oregano lies in the ratio of the compounds in a naturally distilled product.
• For safe therapeutic use, Wild Oil of Oregano needs to be diluted in Organic Cold Pressed Oil, such as olive oil.
In our judgment, Hedd Wynn Wild Oil of Oregano meets all these criteria effectively.
Wild Oil of Oregano is excellent for boosting your immune system. It is more potent than Echinacea and can stop a cold or flu quickly if you take a few drops at the onset of symptoms. It is excellent for healing tooth and gum problems.
It can also be used topically to bring relief and speed healing of bruises, sore or torn muscles, or other injuries, and provide relief from pain.
We have not nearly exhausted the benefits of Wild Oil of Oregano.
You can try it on:
Acne, Animal bites, Arthritis, Asthma, Athlete's foot, Bad breath, Bed sores and Ulcerations, Bladder Infections, Bromidosis (foul odor associated with excessive sweating), Boils, Bruises, Burns, Bursitis, Candidiasis, Canker sores, Cellulitis, Cold sores, Colds/Flu, Cough, Cryptosporidium, Dandruff and Seborrhea, Diaper rash, Diarrhea, Ear infections, Ebola and Dengue Fever, Eczema, Fingernail fungus, Frostbite and frostburn, Giardiasis, Gum Disease, Food poisoning, Head lice, Headaches, Hepatitis, Herpes, Impetigo, Irritable Bowel syndrome, Leg cramps, Nail fungus, Paronychia, Peptic ulcer, Pneumonia, Psoriasis, Prostate disorders, Pruritis (anal itching), Radiation injury/burns, Ringworm, Rosacea, Scabies, Shingles, Sinusitis, Sore throat, Sports injuries, Tick borne illnesses, Thrush, Toothache, Tuberculosis, Varicose veins, Venomous bites, Warts and Wounds.