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March Nutrition Tip: The ‘Magic’ of Oil of Oreganol

By March 4, 2014December 9th, 2014Daily Posts/Tips

Oil of oreganol is a powerful natural germ killer that can be used for a wide variety of conditions.  Not only does it kill a wide range of germs, but at the same time it balances, even boosts, immunity.  We like the Physicians’ Strength (North American Herb and Spice) product…it is the original wild oregano oil, a blend of numerous species, all of which are wild and edible, and utterly safe.

One may take under the tongue, in juice or water, in a capsule form, cream, or as a steam essence, the latter being absorbable into fatty tissues (nerve tissue).  This is the only brand of oil that has undergone extensive independent and published research (Antiviral Research, Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism).  The studies have shown that the P73 Oreganol destroys a wide range of germs including staph, strep, TB, H. pylori, pseudomonas, E. coli, Klebsiella, Candida, molds, hepatitis C. and salmonella.

Oil of oreganol is safe for daily use, even by pets and children.  It may be used only when needed, for colds, wounds, lesions, sore throats, diarrhea,  before traveling, etc., but regular consumption is a great way to support the immune system and be proactive.    It is antivenom, ideal for emergencies.  Because of its potent antioxidant properties, it neutralizes oral poisons as well as the toxicity or soreness from any bite.  It is ideal for burns, sunburns included.

Anti-viral…anti-fungal…anti-microbial…anti-bacterial.  Powerful stuff._DSC5837

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  • In the science section of today’s Dallas Morning News, a small article talked about a “30,000-year-old virus revived”.
    Quoting from the article: “A 30,000-year-old giant virus has been revived from the frozen Siberian tundra, sparking concern that increased mining and oil drilling in rapidly warming northern latitudes could disturb dormant microbial life that could one day prove harmful to man.”
    Stock up on Oil of Oreganol, people.

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