Oregano is often called “antibiotic from nature” because it is extremely good at treating bacterial, fungal and viral infections. Oregano is the most important antiseptic aromatherapy oil. Its proportion of phenol, the component responsible for the strongest antibacterial activity, is the largest of all aromatic plants.
Oregano essential oil can be used in the treatment of eczema, psoriasis and mycosis (parasitic fungi). It is also used in the treatment of various rheumatic conditions and neuralgia, and is also used to regulate menstrual cycles. The healing effect of oregano oil is also manifested in treatments for bronchitis, pneumonia, cough, colic, diarrhea, bloating and other digestive problems. It has also proved very successful in treating various strains of Candida.
- A diaphoretic
- local application
- internal use
- as food additive
Oregano essential oil must be diluted before use with base oil, minimum 50:50. And when drunk, it is ideal to mix it in an edible 10:90 base oil capsule (add 9 drops of base oil per 1 drop of oregano oil).
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Because it has strong medicinal properties, oregano essential oil also carries strong safety risks.
Always dilute oregano essential oil before use, as you can significantly irritate or even burn your skin!
Oregano essential oil is not recommended for use during pregnancy and lactation as there is a risk of mucosal irritation.
It can also inhibit blood clotting and is a risk of drug interaction.
The advice is that children under 2 years of age and people with sensitive, diseased or damaged skin do not use oregano oil locally.
Oregano essential oil is toxic to cats.