Nature's Purifier | 80% Carvacrol
Wild Mediterranean Oregano Oil Blend | Practitioner Recommended
Premier Features of Oregasil™
- Rich content of vitamins and minerals.
- Promotes digestive health.
- Promotes properties as an anti-microbial.
It has been suggested by Cass Ingram that oregano is one of Nature's finest preservatives." He also suggests that if oregano is used with foods such as meat, eggs, milk, or salad, the growth of microbes is greatly hindered, therefore, reducing the risk of food poisoning.
Steven Foster also attributes the "fungicidal and worm-expellant properties” of oil of oregano to carvacrol and thymol. Cass Ingram adds that the two phenols work synergistically which is the reason “oil of oregano packs a double whammey in antiseptic power and also explains why it is infinitely more potent than commercial phenol in microbial killing strength."
Recent Studies Suggest Oregano Oil May Protect Against Drug-Resistant Bacteria
Washington, D.C. — Oil from the common herb oregano may possibly be an effective treatment against dangerous, and sometimes drug-resistant bacteria, a researcher from Georgetown has discovered. At least two studies have indicated that oregano oil—in particular, carvacrol, one of oregano's chemical components—seem to reduce infection in the same manner as traditional antibiotics. Harry G. Preuss, MD, MACN, CNS, professor of physiology and biophysics, along with his research team, tested oregano oil on staphylococcus bacteria—which is responsible for an assortment of severe infections and is steadly becoming resistant to many antibiotics. Oregano oil was combined with the bacteria in a test tube, and compared oregano oil's effects to those of the standard antibiotics streptomycin, penicillin and vacnomycin. Oregano oil at relatively small doses was found to curb the growth of the staphylococcus bacteria in the test tubes as adequately as the basic antibiotics did.
- Much more concentrated than regular oil of oregano; yet safe and effective!
- Utilizes a cold pressed pharmaceutical grade formula of Wild Organic Mediterranean Oregano.
- Contains 80% or more carvacrol and 60% thymol than other oregano oils providing a toxic environment to unwanted organisms that attack the body.
- No artificial chemicals or toxic excipients/ingredients.
- Rich in a long list of minerals that includes calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, potassium, copper, boron, and manganese. Vitamins C and A (beta carotene) and niacin also are contained in oregano.
- Contains extra virgin Tea Oil. Tea oil (not to be confused with tea tree oil [melaleuca oil], an inedible essential oil) resembles olive oil and grape seed oil in its excellent storage qualities and low content of saturated fat. Monounsaturated oleic acid may comprise up to 88 percent of the fatty acids.
- Contains Peppermint Essential Oil - The compounds of peppermint oil reduce spasms of the colon and intestinal tract, and, due to the presence of thymol and eugenol, balance oral and intestinal flora, thereby reducing fermentation of undigested food. It is refreshing and stimulating, tones and calms the digestive system, and reduces spasms.
- Oregasil is extracted from a authentic oregano species. Many of the oils available in today’s market are derived from non-oregano species, such as various types of marjoram as well as species of thyme. Julia Lawless, author of The Encyclopedia of Essential Oils, says that the vast majority of oregano oil is not labeled correctly, because it is derived from thyme, that is Spanish thyme.
Oregasil™ - The First Oregano Oil to Include the Benefits of Extra-Virgin Tea Oil
The tea seeds from the Camellia (tea plant) are cold-pressed to produce this delightful and healthy oil. Hand-crafted and picked Tea Oil (not to be confused with tea tree oil essential oil) contains a less amount of saturated fat than olive oil and has been the well-kept secret to Asian cuisine for generations.
- Rich in Vitamin E and other natural antioxidants, which scientific studies show help build the immune system and protect the body from free-radicals that weaken natural defenses
- Less saturated fat than olive oil
- No sodium or cholesterol
- No trans-fatty acids
- Not hydrogenated
OAW Customer Bonus - Oasis Advanced Wellness includes in every order of Oregasil convenient vegetarian capsules plus a glass dropper for the recommended placement of Oregasil™ in capsules or for use in liquid application.
Contents: 1 fluid ounce (29.6 ml) glass bottle with dropper and vegetable capsules
Place 3-5 drops in vegetable capsule and take with meals 1 to 3 times daily. It is very Important to take Oregasil on a full stomach. Many find it effective to eat a little, take the Oregasil capsule, and then continue with the remaining part of the meal.
Oregano oil is potent, so you should not exceed these doses. After six weeks, discontinue use for at least 2-3 weeks.
Ingredients - Wild Mediterranean Origanum Syriacum, Organic Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Tea Oil, Organic Peppermint Essential Oil, Vitamin E (mixed Tocopherols and Tototrienols), Organic Capsicum Oil (Cayenne) -- 250,000 Scoville Heat Units.
Caution: Contraindicated in pregnancy. Do not put directly on skin (without using a carrier oil) or in mouth (without placing in a veggie cap). To do so will cause a burning sensation. If this happens flush with a dairy product such as milk, yogurt or ice-cream immediately. The burning sensation is temporary and will not cause damage to tissue. Drink lots of purified water. Keep away from children. Contact a healthcare practitioner for use in children under 12.
Oregano Oil Content Percentages & References
References & Further Information
- Carvacrol 80.83
- Beta Caryophyllen 1.97
- Myrcent 0.84
- Alpha Terpinen 0.71
- Gamma Terpinen 3.61
- Terpinen-4-ol 0.58
- Beta-Phellandrene 0.57
- Alpha Pinen 0.52
- Linalool 2.44
- Alpha thujen 0.44
- Sabinen Hydrate 0.42
- Para Cymen 3.28
- Camphene 0.27
- Thymol 1.25
The body of positive evidence for oregano oil as a major antibiotic is growing. Among 52 plant oils tested, oregano was considered to have "pharmacologic" action against common bugs such as Candida albicans (yeast), E. coli, Salmonella enterica and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. [Journal Applied Microbiology, Volume 86, June 1999] Pseudomonas is a type of germ that is getting more difficult to treat as it has developed strains that are resistant to antibiotic drugs.
- Oil of oregano at relatively low doses was found to be efficacious against Staphylococcus bacteria and was comparable in its germ-killing properties to antibiotic drugs such as streptomycin, penicillin and vancomycin. [Science Daily 10/11/2001]
- Researchers at the Department of Food Science at the University of Tennessee reported that, among various plant oils, oil of oregano exhibited the greatest antibacterial action against common pathogenic germs such as Staph, E. coli and Listeria. [Journal Food Protection, Volume 64, July 2001]
- British researchers reported oregano oil had antibacterial activity against 25 different bacteria. [Journal Applied Microbiology, Volume 88, February 2000]
- Of more recent interest are reports showing that carvacrol from oil of oregano kills spores, such as Bacillus cereus and Bacillus anthracis (anthrax). [Archives Microbiology, Volume 174, October 2000; Quarterly Review Biology, Volume 73, March 1998] Bacillus cereus is considered to be from the same species as Bacillus anthracis (anthrax). [Applied Environmental Microbiology, Volume 66, June 2000] In tests of antibiotics and antiseptics, Bacillus cereus is often used in studies in lieu of the anthrax strain. [University of Michigan News & Information Service, Sept. 23, 1998]M]
- The growing problem of antibiotic resistance has health authorities extremely concerned. It is already the case that various germs are showing resistance to vancomycin, particularly to intestinal bacteria (Enterococcal species) among hospitalized patients. [Southern Medical Journal, Volume 94, August 2001]
- Vancomycin is considered to be the most potent antibiotic available and is withheld from use as a drug of last resort. Drug resistance does not develop against naturally-occurring antibiotics such as garlic and oil of oregano.