Wild Oregano Oil-Most Powerful Natural Antibiotic!

Wild Oregano Oil-Most Powerful Natural Antibiotic!

- in Health, Herbs & Oils

Oil wild oregano is obtained from special endemic species of Origanum minutiflorum, which grow only in the Taurus Mountains in Turkey, and it can be said that is the most powerful natural anti-microbial antibiotic in the world.

It is used for inflammation, viral and bacterial infections, acne, colds, flu, cough, fungal infections, athlete’s foot, joint pain and many other health problems.

It is scientifically proven that the oil of wild oregano is one of the strongest and most effective antibiotics known to man. With all that is natural and safe for use and, in contrast to pharmaceutical antibiotics, does not produce resistant strains of mutant bacteria.

In small quantities of oil kills a wide range of bacteria, and it also effectively against fungi, viruses and parasites. Can be used for outdoor and indoor use and has no negative side effects.


Wild oregano proved eliminate microorganisms such as Candida albicans, Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus, Staphylococcus, Salmonella enteritidis, Klebsiella, Proteus, Enterococcus, Enterobacter, Pseudomonas, Helicobacter pylori.
Between the sweet, spicy and wild oregano is a big difference. Spicy oregano contains a very small percentage of the active ingredient carvacrol, which shows an antiseptic effect. Of the more than 50 species of wild oregano, 30 growing in Turkey, and of all that there is most appreciated Origanum minutiflorum, containing 80 to 90 percent carvacrol.

The most important thing on what to look for when purchasing oil of wild oregano is carvacrol amount because of it depends on the antimicrobial efficacy of oil. In addition Origanum minutifloruma this ingredient largely contain the classic Mediterranean Origanum vulgare and Origanum onites.

Origanum minutiflorum contains thymol in a small volume, strong and active ingredient that can bother people with weak stomachs, and even that you should pay attention when buying this oil.

It is important to look at and whether it is wild oregano oil has thinned with olive oil. If so, is rather weak and it will last for a shorter period of time.

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