OREGANO OIL - health in every drop
Oregano Oil. Oregano (Oregano vulgaris, lat.Origanum vulgare) is a perennial plant of the family Labiatae (Labiatae) ,appearing in Europe, Asia Minor and Siberia. Name of the plant comes from the Greek words oros - a mountain and GANOS - joy. In ancient Greece, it was a symbol of joy and happiness. The ancient Egyptians believed that the oregano plant is dedicated to Osiris, and they wove it into crowns during rites ritual.
Oregano oil contains many active ingredients:
- Volatile oil rich in phenols (such ascarvacrol, thymol)
- Flavonoids (ex: apigenin,luteolin, quercetin, kaempferol)
- Phenolic acids (ex: Gallic, rosemary)
- Vitamins A and C,
Benefits of essential oil of oregano:
- a positive impact on maintaining microbial balance,
- through increased secretion of saliva, gastric juice, bile, can improve digestion and assimilation of food,
- supports kidney function, increasing slightly the amount of urine,
- exhibits antioxidant properties, protecting cells from free radical attack,
- beneficial effect on the activity of the immune system.
Compared to traditional forms of oregano (seasoning, dried herbs), the extract from the leaves of the plant contains concentrated amounts of natural active substances. All components OREGANO OIL are exclusively of natural origin. With the liquid formula, they are absorbed more quickly and more efficiently.
Product Oregano Oil is produced from oil harvested from pressed leaves of the plant, suspended in olive oil. There are many subspecies of Oregano. They differ not only the appearance but also the active substance. An essential criterion is differentiating composition of the essential oils. For the production of Oregano Oil is used Greek oregano (Origanum vulgare subsp. Hirtum), which is the richest source of essential oils, especially carvacrol and thymol.
Origanum VULGARE - Oregano labiatae. Perennial of the mint family Labiatae, is in Europe and Asia, including North and South America, reaches a height of about 1 m, grows on the sunny hills of Greece, beautifully blossoming from June to September in pink lily flowers.
OREGANO - marjoram - how does it work?
- inhibits the growth of Candida albicans!
- works antibacterial on- Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Salmonella enterica, Staphylococcus aureus, Helicobacterpylori,
- has antiparasitic potential - on lamblia (Giardia lamblia) and Trypanosoma cruzi,
- stimulates growth of beneficial bacteria,
- anti-inflammatory - rosemary acid inhibits theenzyme COX-2 (cyclooxygenase-2)
- shows strong antioxidant properties - protects against free radicals - is a more potent antioxidant than citrus and blueberry,
- works diuretic and cholagogue
- relieve bloating and digestive disorders,
- reduces abdominal pain, menstrual cramps,
- strengthens the nervous system, calms (hysteria)
- increases the absorption of iron - facilitates alignment short ages in anemia,
- preferred in respiratory disease, in particular bronchitis.
Among the many valuable properties of oregano, one particularly worthy of activity against the fungus Candida albicans. Modern research confirms that the carvacrol - the most important active ingredient of oregano oil inhibits the growth of Candida albicans, and many Gram (+) and Gram(-), including strains resistant to antibiotics.
Besides valuable medicinal properties, oil of oregano is also excellent for body care. Like the ancient Greeks, who are fond of the smell of oregano and apply the oil to massage the body after a bath, we can feel at ease and relaxed after a day full of tension and daily duties. This magical plant can bring to our lives well-being, improved health, and a positive impact on our appearance and beauty.
Oregano Oil active ingridient/ daily dosage:
Oil of Oregano Leaf Extract 13mg
(std. 3.5% Carvacrol)