Oil of Oregano Oreganol P73

Oil of Oregano (made from the wild, mountain grown plant) is a potent antiseptic, killing germs. Research proves that it is a highly effective for killing a wide range of fungi, yeast and bacteria, as well as parasites and viruses. Our Oregano Oil may be taken internally as well as used topically.


How to use Oil of Oregano Oreganol P73


Internal Use: add a few drops of Oil of Oregano into olive oil, or take 3-4 drops as needed under the tongue and hold in mouth before swallowing.


Topical use: rub a small amount well into the affected area. Repeat as necessary two or three times a day or as directed by practitioner. If rash or irritation occurs, discontinue use.


Running nose and sinusitis: take 2 drops of the oil, rub them under the nose (NOT INSIDE THE NOSE!) and inhale deeply about 10 times.

Take 2-4 drops of the oil and rub the forehead 2-3 minutes.


Sore throat: take a half glass of lukewarm water with a little bit salt and put a few drops of the oil inside.

Stir and gargle. It helps much even after the first gargling.


In Shampoos: add a small amount of oil into shampoo. After shampooing allow to sit for a few minutes, then rinse.


In Soaps: add to pump soaps and use during showering and hand washing for excellent antisepsis.


On Gums: rub on gums and teeth for various indications. Apply one or twice daily.


For Warts or Boils: saturate the infected area(s).  Cover with corn-type plaster/band-aid. Repeat dressing until lesions are clear.


Vaginal Membranes and other Genital Regions: exert caution here, as significant heat and burning sensation will result. Oregano oil is a peppery spice. For application to sensitive genital regions be sure to dilute a few drops of the oil in a teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil or coconut fat. Apply as needed.


Diaper Rash or other Infantile Conditions: avoid using straight oil on infants; always dilute by placing a few drops of the oil in a teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil or coconut fat. If stronger dosages are needed, use only a drop or two at a time of infantile skin.