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Oreganol P73 Capsules


SUPER strength 60 vegetarian capsules of P73 blend of wild mountain harvested oregano oil

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Oreganol P73 Capsules
Oregano is in the mint family and is closely related to basil and marjoram. It takes
approximately 200 pounds of oregano to produce 2 pounds of oregano essential oil. Now,
you might be asking yourself, oregano? Don’t use that in my pizza sauce, spaghetti sauce, or
to flavor a multitude of culinary delights? Yes you can do. But, as with almost every spice or
herb used in cooking, it has many wonderful healing properties. The oregano you use to splice your food is not really oregano, but generally marjoram, thyme, or Mexican sage. The real oregano has a powerful and overwhelming fragrance and a slightly bitter taste. Fresh marjoram is sweeter and is often the spice used for pizza sauces and spagetti sauces. So increasing your intake of what you think is oregano just won’t get the desired results. However, medicinal oregano oil has been proven to assist in the eradication of a number of pesky health issues that plague most of us at some point in time. In this essay we will thoroughly examine oregano so we might better understand its uses and applications. Oil of oregano is derived from the wild oregano species and grows in mountainous regions in the Mediterranean area free of pollution. The three strains of oregano proven to hold all the necessary healing properties are lumped together and called P 73. It also must be emulsified in a carrier oil such as extra-virgin olive oil, coconut oil, or one of equal integrity. Interestingly, a number of medical studies have shown a wide variety of successful uses of oil of oregano, as well as a number of uses in folk, medicine.The uses of Oreganol P73 Capsules are wide and varied. It functions as in antibiotic, antifungal,antibacterial, antiviral, and is a potent antiseptic used both in turn only and externally. In order to attain the medicinal benefits of oregano it must be true oregano and not marjoramor time. While oregano is rich in calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, potassium, copper, boron, manganese, vitamin C, vitamin A, also known as beta-carotene, and niacin, just to name a few nutrients. Because of its broad range of uses in health issues, we will break this essay down into modern medicine and oregano oil, and folk medicine and oregano oil.
Also available in essential oil form

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Weight .25 oz
Dimensions 2 × 2 × 3 in
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