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OIL OF OREGANO:  Candida, Fungal, Yeast, Anti-Bacterial, and Anti-Parasitic Products To Self-Treat And To Supplement Prescription Treatments

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Oil of Oregano Indications

For treatment and cure of fungus infections and yeast infections, especially systemic, chronic, or recurrent fungus infection and yeast infection caused by Candida albicans intestinal yeast overgrowth (Candidiasis). For treatments addressing the symptoms of Candida albicans intestinal yeast infection. In men and women for addressing underlying causes of fungus and yeast-related disorders including oral yeast infection (thrush), vaginal yeast infection (vaginitis) and  male yeast infection (jock itch). For treatment and supportive therapy of intestinal disorders commonly associated with Candida albicans yeast overgrowth (Candidiasis) including Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), leaky gut syndrome, intestinal parasite infections, and intestinal bacterial infections.

Oil of Oregano Source & Availability

Olive Leaf Extract is a natural, herbal, botanical dietary supplement commonly available in pill, tablet, or capsule form. Although there are a wide variety of plants that are confused with oregano-including marjoram, thyme and sage-true oregano grows wild in Mediterranean regions such as Greece, although oregano is cultivated worldwide. Oregano is an aromatic perennial herb that can grow to about two feet in height. It is native to Europe and Asia but is cultivated worldwide. The wild oregano is the source of surprisingly potent oil of oregano. The leaves and dried herb as well as the volatile oil of oregano are used medicinally.

Oil of Oregano Medicinal Value

This dried herb contains several constituents, including volatile oil (up to 3%), such as carvacrol, thymol, and borneol, plus flavonoids, rosmarinic acid, triterpenoids (e.g. ursolic and oleanolic acid), sterols, and vitamin A and vitamin C. The thymol and carvacrol contents in oil of oregano are responsible for its antimicrobial and antifungal effects. A test tube study demonstrated that oil of oregano, and carvacrol in particular, inhibited the growth of Candida albicans far more effectively than a commonly employed antifungal agent called calcium magnesium caprylate.

In addition to its anti-fungal action, and according to the results of another test tube study from Australia, oil of oregano has a strong anti-microbial action against a wide number of bacteria, including Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Salmonella enterica, and Staphylococcus aureus. Other test tube studies have shown that oil of oregano from the Mexican (Lippia) species was more effective than the prescription medication tinidazol in inhibiting the parasite giardia (Giardia duodenalis).

In another test tube study, volatile oils of oregano, thyme, cinnamon, and cumin were individually able to stop the growth of another food-borne pathogen called Aspergillus parasiticus. Higher concentrations of these volatile oils were also able to stop the production of a potent poison from Aspergillus called aflatoxin. Together these facts suggest the volatile oils found in oregano have an important role in preventing the spoilage of food and in reducing the risk of ingesting harmful bacteria, fungi, and parasites.

Oil of Oregano

oil of oregano

Yeast killer, Oregano Oil in a base of extra virgin olive oil -- minimum of 7 mg of carvacrol per capsule

Nature's Answer, 150mg, take 1 softgel, 2 times dailyy