Oregano Oil 15mL

$43.00 inc. GST

Hippocrates, the father of medicine, used oregano as a cleansing agent as well as for digestive and respiratory support. High in antioxidant activity, Oregano essential oil contains antimicrobial properties that can help fight colds and coughs, improve digestive issues, and can support your immune and respiratory systems

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Hippocrates, the father of medicine, used oregano as a cleansing agent as well as for digestive and respiratory support.

High in antioxidant activity, Oregano essential oil contains antimicrobial properties that can help fight colds and coughs, improve digestive issues, and can support your immune and respiratory systems. In fact, one study shows that Oregano essential oil was found (along with a couple other spice and herb essential oils) to have the strongest antimicrobial properties. Click here to read the study.

There are even some poultry farms who have found success by using Oregano to reduce the use of antibiotics in animals. Click here to read more about these farms.

When used aromatically, Oregano essential oil can help decrease airborne pathogens, boost immunity, and can give a feeling of security. Oregano blends well with Basil, Geraniuum, Fennel, Lemongrass, Rosemary, and Thyme essential oils.

Use caution when applying Oregano topically. Oregano is very caustic and can cause skin irritation if not diluted. To avoid skin irritation when using topically, dilute 1 drop essential oil to 3 drops carrier oil.

Precaution – Never just add this oil to the water, as it will ‘puddle’ on the surface and can burn sensitive tissues.

Can also be purchased as part of the Family Physician Kit

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Oregano oil is used as a fragrance component in soaps, colognes and perfumes, especially fragrances for men. Because it is so hightly concentrated, a little bit goes a long way. When first getting acquainted with oregano oil, it would be wise to start out with caution, when applying it topically, and use only 1 drop of oregano oil to 3 parts of dōTerra’s fractionated coconut oil.

– To treat bacterial and fungal infections, 1 drop of oregano oil may be placed in an very large glass of water or juice and taken internally once or twice a day. (While this may be technically correct, I would not personally recommend doing this. It is much better to dilute oregano oil in a vegetable oil or whole, raw milk — something with a fatty content sufficient to dilute the oil. I’ve found that taking oregano with water or juice can create some “issues” with the digestive tract.)

– Place one drop of oregano oil, diluted in 1 teaspoon of agave, honey or maple syrup, under the tongue, twice a day, to fight infections.

– For use in the bath, mix 1-3 drops of diluted oregano oil with body gel or shampoo, and add it to the bath water.

– Never just add this oil to the water, as it will “puddle” on the surface and can burn sensitive tissues.

– As an antiseptic, the diluted oil can be used in cloths to wipe down kitchen and bathroom countertops.

– For minor cuts Dilute 1 teaspoon oregano oil in 2 teaspoons of dōTerra’s fractionated coconut oil and apply with a cotton swab, to the affected area, up to three times a day.