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The oregano oil is known as natural antibiotics for its antiviral and antibacterial properties.
Oregano, a well-known spice of the Italian kitchen, has a strong antibiotic effect. Oregano oil, which is recognised as “natural antibiotic”, can be used in a variety of disorders or inflammation caused by viral or bacterial infections, due to its antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and healing properties.
The intense herbal scent of the oregano essential oil deepens breathing, which relaxes body and soul and promotes regeneration. Just 1 to 2 drops in a diffuser or a fragrance lamp can bring a relaxing and recovery-promoting effect after a hard day.
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The oregano oil can be used in combination of other essential oils:
Eucalyptus Oil – Anti-inflammatory against common cold discomforts
Lavender Oil – Harmonising and relaxing; improve sleeping quality
Lemongrass Oil – Improving concentration, wound-healing and antiseptic on insect bites
Orange Oil – Mind-brightening and stress-relieving
Peppermint Oil – Cooling, refreshing and soothening against headaches and cold symptoms
Rosemary Oil – Stimulative and activating concentration and creativity
Tea Tree Oil – Stabilising psyche and improving self- Supports immune system
Frankincense Oil – Assisting meditation and mind-focusing
Citron Oil – Refreshing and concentration facilitating for studying and working space
Oregano, also known as real origanum or wild marjoram, is used as a spice and healing plant. It belongs to the labiate family. You can recognize this herbaceous plant with a stature height of 20 to 70 centimeters by its herb-aromatic fragrance. Originally native to the Mediterranean, it can now be found almost all over Europe. The drier the location, the more intense the smell and taste of oregano.
Oregano has been known as a spice in Mediterranean cuisine for around 400 years. The history of oregano as a healing and magical plant is equally long. Oregano is said to protect against evil forces and was therefore included in bridal bouquets or worn in shoes. It has a nickame in German “Wohlgemut” (well feeling) because it should make grief disappear and bring courage.
In herbal medicine, oregano was already popular with the ancient Greeks as a warming herb. It has also been used to cure hemorrhoids and as a contraceptive.
In modern time, oregano oil is used effectively in aromatherapy against bacteria due to its high phenol content. Think of this popular helper for sore throats and throat infections, inflammation, catarrhs and other diseases of the upper respiratory tract, as well as indigestion and inflammation in the gastrointestinal area. Oregano oil has brought relief to many people – give it a try!
Pure oregano oil is obtained from the shredded leaves of the oregano plant using steam distillation. One ton of oregano leaves are needed for one liter of the valuable oil.
In addition to tannins, oregano oil contains other essential oil components such as thymol, carvacrol, borneol and cymol. These components have the following properties:
Particularly noteworthy is Carvacrol, which is able to inhibit the growth of certain types of bacteria – for example staphylococcus aureus, the base strain of the terrible resistant germs – by destroying the cell membrane of the bacteria. Borneol can stimulate drainage and is therefore used to support drainage for edema, swollen hands and feet. In addition to the general properties mentioned above, cyneme is also anxiolytic and is said to promote anti-tumor effects.
Tannins have an astringent (contracting), anti-inflammatory, antibacterial properties and thus provide mucosal protection and antispasmodic effects.
We have now learned the properties of oregano oil. The areas of application can be derived directly from this. First of all, the oil is highly concentrated and should only be used with great caution and never be used undiluted, even when used externally. You should refrain from using it during pregnancy and in small children.
What can oregano oil do in detail? The antiviral, antibiotic, disinfectant and anti-inflammatory effect is known and currently of great importance. The areas of application are derived from this:
But that’s not all. Oregano oil also has remarkable effects in the psychological area. The deep breathing when inhaling with oregano oil can relax your body and soul. It promotes regeneration and ensures relaxation after a hard day.
Oregano oil – the “natural antibiotic” – is becoming increasingly important, especially nowadays. If you are looking for a natural way to fight viruses and bacteria, try oregano oil and let its effects convince you. It is also ideal for psychic relaxation and strengthening the soul.