Numerous university studies (Georgetown, Cornell, Tennessee, etc.) and independent research have shown Oregano Oil to be a potent antimicrobial.The ever growing body of evidence is showing Oregano Oil to be useful as an antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal agent rivaling even pharmaceutical antibiotics such as streptomycin, penicillin, vacnomycin, nystatin, and amphotericin in its ability to eliminate microbes.
Remarkably it accomplishes this without promoting the development of drug resistant strains and other problems often attributed to the use of standard antibiotics. In addition to this already impressive list of abilities Oregano Oil is also a powerful parasitic expellant, is valuable as a food preservative, and has been used to decontaminate foods from potentially harmful pathogen’s.
Carvacrol has been identified as the chief constituent behind Oregano Oil’s extraordinary properties and is thought to work synergistically with the other components found in Wild Mediterranean Oregano Oil. These findings have been published in various scientific journals and presented at prestigious scientific functions.
Researches and Articles on Health Benefits of Oregano Oil
Paul Sherman, professor of neurobiology and behavior, displays two of the most potent bacteria killers — scallions and garlic — in the Statler Hotel kitchen.
Oregano may be a lot more than just a tasty herb you sprinkle on pizza and spaghetti. It could turn into the next wonder drug. The herb was celebrated by the ancient Greeks as an antidote for hemlock poisoning. But the latest research suggests
Oil from the common herb oregano may be an effective treatment against dangerous and sometimes drug-resistant bacteria, a Georgetown researcher has found.