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How to Use Wild Mediterranean Oregano Oil for Hayfever and Other Maladies

Called “the joy of the mountains” the people in the Mediterranean use wild Oregano to enjoy good health.

Wild oregano has been helping people in the Mediterranean maintain good health for centuries and is called “the joy of the mountains.” Oil of oregano has been confirmed in recent studies to have powerful antibiotic, anti-fungal and anti-viral properties.

Cass Ingram’s book, “The Cure is in the Cupboard” was the first book to describe the health Benefits of Wild Mediterranean Olive Oil. This “wild” oregano is not the cooking variety found in the spice section of your local grocery store. It is rich in essential oils and highly concentrated, making it very beneficial in small quantities.

In middle eastern countries which have been under threat of biological attacks from pathogens like anthrax, Wild Mediterranean Oregano oil is kept in the cupboard as a remedy. It is extracted by a method of distillation resulting in a pale amber colored oil with a hot tasting flavor and the pungent odor similar to the garden variety of oregano. Wild Mediterranean Oregano Oil can be purchased at health product stores and Internet health and vitamin sites.

Wild Mediterranean Oregano oil is a natural anesthetic, an antioxidant and has an anti-venom action capable of neutralizing the venom of spiders scorpions, bees, ants, snakes and other organisms. If you suffer a bite or sting from an insect or animal bite, apply Wild Mediterranean Oregano oil to the area as first aide. It works well on minor cuts and abrasions, too.

Oregano oil is also used for: asthma, athlete’s foot, candida, bronchitis, colds, flu, muscle pain, parasites, pneumonia, psoriasis, nail fungus, ringworm and warts. It can be used both internally and externally in all of these cases.

One of its most remarkable powers of Wild Mediterranean Oregano oil is its ability to quell the worst of nasal and respiratory allergy symptoms due to hay fever or allergies. In such cases, it can be taken internally, in capsules, by means of a dropper bottle or in food, as well as applied topically.

To open a stuffy nose inhale the oil frequently or place a drop or two of the oil on the skin near the nose for a more direct effect.* Similarly, it is also helpful for symptoms of cold and flu.

For sore throat add a few drops to salt water and gargle several times daily.

Take two or three drops of the oil under the tongue twice daily.

Make a piece of hot, buttered toast and sprinkle a few drops of Wild Mediterranan Oregano oil on top. It tastes delicious this way and it is a very good way to get all of the anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal benefits.

A safe method for the use of Wild Mediterranean Oregano oil for children under the age of seven is to dilute one drop in a teaspoon of vegetable oil and massage it to the soles of their feet.

A good method of use for older children and adults is drinking juice with one or two drops of oregano oil added.

A drop or two of oregano oil added to liquid soap will help your family keep down infections and it can be added to water in a sprayer bottle to kill bacteria and viruses in the air. You can place a few drops of the oil on a sponge or cloth to clean and sanitize the kitchen and bathrooms of your home.

If you are subject to allergies to any herbs or spices you should consult your doctor before using Wild Mediterranean Oregano Oil or any herbal products.

*Warning: Due to the hot sensation properties of oregano oil do not apply directly to the nose, ears, eyes and mucous membranes or genital regions of the body. Some people are more sensitive than others, so take caution until you learn your limitations.

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