Ingredients: Pure Oregano Oil (Origanum vulgare)
Country of origin: India
Directions for use: Origanum essential oil can be used in a diffuser as well as topically. When used topically, make sure to always dilute with a carrier oil such as Jojoba or Coconut oil as it will help to reduce the risk of irritation.
Warning: Do not take internally. Keep away from children and eyes. Do not use undiluted on the skin.
More about Origanum essential oil:
Origanum essential oil has been found to be a possible strong contender against conventional antibiotics when it comes to treating as well as preventing infections. It is unlikely to cause the same harmful side-effects than traditional antibiotics can inflict such as poor gut health, antibiotic resistance, leaky gut as well as poor nutrient absorption.
It is a herb that forms part of the same family as mint (Labiatae). Origanum oil contains two very strong compounds known as carvacrol and thymol that have been found to have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. The oil mostly consists of carvacrol.
Benefits of Origanum essential oil:
- May help fight infections and bacterial overgrowth
- May assist in reducing athlete’s foot
- Is a natural alternative to antibiotics
- May improve digestive issues (active compounds found in Origanum oil may aid in digestion by relaxing the GI tract muscles)
- It can possibly aid in controlling inflammatory conditions such as Rheumatism and inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Origanum essential oil blends well with: Jojoba oil, coconut oil, and lavender.