Oregano: Nature's Healer
Dr. Cass Ingram is a physician, educator, and author of over 10 books, including his latest, "The Cure is in the Cupboard"and "The Respiratory Solution" .I spent the better part of 1995 and '96 investigating the therapeutic values of wild oregano, and publishing the
first book on its health benefits called "The Cure is in the Cupboard". I call wild oregano nature's most versatile essential
Oregano oil is a powerhouse for:
· fighting yeast, fungus (skin and blood-born)
· knocking our allergies, hay fever, and sinusitis and flu.
I learned about its strength first hand, as I suffered from a blood-born fungal infection that incapacitated me several years
ago. I had to close my practice and move home to live. I tried everything, and ultimately discovered the potent antiseptic
activity of wild oregano. It put me back on my feet.
Of late, the antiallergic feedback I have received has been most impressive. Although the oil of oregano has been used
since ancient times to fight yeast, fungal and viral infections, oregano's ability to wipe out allergies, runny nose, sinusitis,
and nasal drip has taken me by surprise.
MODERN USES FOR OREGANO
Please understand, you are not going to get any better eating a pizza! Wild, crude, mountain-grown oregano (from the
Mediterranean) is the only kind that is naturally rich in 'carvacrols, flavonoids, and terpenes', which give the oregano its
tremendous strength. Carvacrol is a natural phenol that contains powerful anti-microbial activity. Flavonoids provide
natural antiseptic properties, and Terpenes (long chain hydrocarbons) are natural anti-inflammatory agents.
Carvacrol, Flavonoids, and Terpenes are Mother Nature's antihistamines and decongestants. Super Strength Oil of
Oregano has over 80% Carvacrol. That is an abundance of healing power. Please beware of cheap imitations. Hedd
Wyn Essentials Oil of Wild Oregano is 100% pure wild oregano oil. Certified Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil is used as a
base in order to provide you with the finest edible product, free from additives from any kind. It may be used internally
Every potential allergy sufferer needs to know that wild oregano is capable of halting your next allergy attack in its tracks.
It is effective, reliable, and safe. Over-the-counter drugs have side effects, and they are not your only option. Try a
natural approach first. Don't be a victim of allergies any more. Wild oregano overpowers them every time.
Oregano is also an excellent antibacterial agent. Its volatile oils are highly active against the majority of pathogenic
bacteria, including staph, strep, and E.coli.
Furthermore, fungal resistance to oregano oil is exceptionally rare. Oregano is such a potent antifungal agent that it is
capable of destroying even resistant fungal forms such as the mutated fungi which result from antibiotic therapy.
MANY THERAPEUTIC USES
Use on or in the body. It is strong, so when using it internally, start with small amounts, normal dosage is 1-5 drops taken
under the tongue or in juice, water or a teaspoon of honey 2 or 3 times a day. Stuborn conditions may require more
Oil of oregano may also be applied topically to treat itches, infections of the skin, gums, teeth, and just about any orifice
in the body. Exercise care if you use it in the genital region or if the skin is sensitive, then it is best diluted with 50% olive
There are no side effects and it is compatible with any other natural remedy or prescription drug.
Oil of Oregano Effectively Treats:
· acne · allergies · arthritis · asthma · athlete's foot · constipation · croup · dandruff · diarrhea · digestive disturbances ·
insect bites · bronchitis · canker sores · colds · flu · earaches · fatigue · gum disease · parasites · headaches · menstrual
irregularities · psoriasis · toenail problems · seborrhea · ringworm · rosacea · sinusitis · muscle pain · varicose veins ·