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Oregano Oil, Premier - 0.5 fl. oz. Premier Research Labs
Oregano Oil, Premier - 0.5 fl. oz. Premier Research Labs
Oregano Oil, Premier - 0.5 fl. oz. Premier Research Labs
Oregano Oil, Premier - 0.5 fl. oz. Premier Research Labs

    Oregano Oil, Premier - 0.5 fl. oz.

    $22.05

    Description

    Premier Research Labs Premier Oregano Oil

    Premier Oregano Oil features the essential oil of oregano derived from the leaves and flowers of the Oreganum Vulgare, the true oregano species.  

    Ingredients

    Serving Size: 5 drops Amount/Serving

    Carvacrol 

    • (from Oregano Essential Oil [leaf] [Origanum vulgare])
    18 mg

    Other Ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive Oil

    Suggested Use

    Take 5 drops, twice daily in 2 oz. of water or with food. Feeling a heat sensation after use is normal. Avoid contact with eyes or genitals. Keep tightly capped between uses to avoid evaporation of essential oils.

    More Info.

    The Greeks and Romans had a profound appreciation for oregano and indigenous cultures have used it since ancient times.  In fact, its name, “Oregano”, comes from the Greek words "oros" and "ganos,” which are words for “mountain” and “joy” — oregano literally means "joy of the mountain." The nutrient content of oregano as well as its phytochemical properties can vary dramatically, depending on its harvesting and production methods.  We have found many plants are improperly grown and do not offer the full spectrum of benefits typically cited in the scientific literature that we are looking for. Drying the plant under high heat for long periods of time can affect both the strength and composition of the critical phytonutrient compounds in oregano. The dried flowers and leaves of the wild oregano plant should be harvested when the oil content of the plant is at its highest and should be golden to dark yellow, with a strong spicy odor. Good quality oregano should exhibit a spicy aroma with an intense taste that may be strong enough to numb the tongue for a few seconds.  

    Origanum vulgare is a perennial herb and a member of the mint family, Lamiaceae, native to Western and Southwestern Eurasia and the Mediterranean region. The plant grows up to 3 feet high, with dark green leaves and a majestic purple flower. It can take up to 100lbs of oregano plants to make 1lb of the essential oil of wild oregano. The oil of oregano is high in phenolic compounds such as carvacrol, making this concentrated natural oil very powerful. 

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