Oregano oil is, as the name implies, oil from the oregano herb that is extracted by steam distillation. Or at least from an oregano herb, there are more than 40 varieties of the plant. There is some scientific research that suggests anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-fungal, and anti-parasitic properties of oregano oil. Although reliable human trials testing the efficacy of oregano oil in actually treating health conditions is still lacking, oregano oil has considerable anecdotal support for its healing properties.
Uses: there are certain uses of the oil that are easily available. Most of the people are trying it to get additional benefit as well. Few of the uses are described here. The same anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory properties of oregano oil that make it useful for gastrointestinal and respiratory issues make it appealing as a topical ointment for similar problems. Diluted oil can be applied directly to the skin to help heal fungal infections, itches, irritated gums, and other skin irritations. Oregano oil is helpful for skin conditions like cold sores, muscle aches, nail fungus, joint pain, and dandruff. Try diluting it with carrier oil like jojoba, sweet almond, or grape seed, at 10 to 12 drops oregano oil per ounce of carrier oil.
Blends well with: Blends Well With: Although essential oils blend well with each other, this oil particularly with lime, rosemary.
Constituents: The main chemical components of palmarosa oil are myrcene, linalool, geraniol, geranyl acetate, dipentene and limonene.
|Product Code||SVA - 199|
|Botanical Name||Origanum Compactum|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation|
|Country of Origin||U.S.A|
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