OREGANO ESSENTIAL OIL
Size: 5 ml. Violet glass bottle
Botanical Name: Origanum compactum
Source: Morocco, Turkey
Method: Steam distilled from wild, aerial parts
Oregano essential oil is a powerful aromatic. It eases hyperactivity, hysteria, and stress migraines when a diluted solution is applied to the solar plexus or inhaled. It enhances mental clarity and concentration, and eliminates feelings of persecution or victimization.
It is helpful for those who are in recovery, as it eases mental obsession, and relieves loneliness.
Energetically, it is known to aid in the manifestation of ideas.
It makes a great oil for traveling, as it helps vertigo, jet lag, and and travel sickness when inhaled. (I always bring Oregano essential oil with me whenever I travel.)
Analgesic • Antibacterial • Anesthetic • Anti-fungal •Antiseptic • Antiviral • Antifungal • Anti-infectious • Anti-septic • Anti-spasmodic • Anti-viral • Balancing: blood sugar, heart beat • Depurative • Detoxifier • Blood Pressure • Arthritis • Pain • Tonic: Respiratory, digestive, bone
Note: Oregano is one of THE strongest antibacterial substances from the plant world! (see more info below)
Internal–-oral, inhalation, diffusion
External––massage, local or spinal compress, application to energy centers and meridian points
Top note: Potent, green, herbaceous, spicy, medicinal notes
Heart Note: Green, herbaceous, spicy, minty notes
Classification: Top note
Tenacity: In natural perfumery, oregano essential oil is generally used in trace amounts, to add a spicy herbaceous note to herbal perfumes, forest notes, colognes, fougeres, chypres, gourmand perfumes, mens’ fragrances and after shave aromas.
Observations and Anecdotal Information
Oregano essential oil is one of the strongest anti-bacterial substances from the plant world. It was used to treat plague during the Middle Ages; and has been laboratory tested effective against influenza, colds, staph and strep infections, and other fungal and viral infections.
It is effective as a bone and nerve enhancer, helping to regenerate and relieve pain in these tissues.
It is a very potent digestive tonic, good for digestive system infections, parasitic infections, acidic stomach, mouth ulcers, and constipation. It has even shown effective against digestive system staph infections, and many parasitic microbes.
It is very good when combined with birch and everlasting essential oils for regenerating nerve tissue. It has even been used to regenerate nerves that were considered permanently damaged by western medicine. For this purpose, it must be applied at least twice weekly on the spine as a spinal compress, and applied again directly over the area where nerve damage has occurred.
It is a powerful choice for spinal compresses and treatments, as it supports healing, pain relief, and nerve regeneration.
• Contains phenols, which can be irritating to skin for some people. Use cautiously for topical application until you know how it will act.
• Do not use with pregnant or lactating mothers, unless under supervision by a health care professional.
• Do not use with infants or small children.
• Store out of the reach of children.
• Do not get essential oils in eyes.
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