Atlantic Aromatics Oregano Essential Oil

€8.40

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This assertive and pungent oil brings happiness and health. It's name 'oros' 'ganos' literally means Joy of the Mountain. It has particular antibacterial properties that researchers have found useful against MRSA as well being a remedy for muscular pains and great in recipes.

  • 5ml
  • Use against Viral Infections
  • Bronchchitis & Other Respiratory Issues
  • Soothing for Digestive Problems
  • Use in Oil or Bath for Muscular Soreness
  • Antibiotic, Antiseptic & Antibacterial
  • Excellent Culinary Uses
  • Middle-Top Grassy Scent 

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Oregano Essential Oil the distilled oil from the bushy herb Oregano. 

Obtained From: Leaves & Flowering Plants

Countries Of Origin: North Africa, Europe, Egypt, Asia

Blends Well With: Lavender, Sage, Basil, Thyme, Peppermint, 

Methods of Use: 

Bath, Massage, Inhalation/ Oil Burners, Ingestion/Cooking and Drink

Therapeutic Index: 

Circulatory, Digestive, Excretory, Head & Mouth, Scalp, Menstrual & Reproductive, Muscular, Respiratory,

Suitable For: Cooking & Therapeutic uses, Enviromentally Friendly Waste, Eco Friendly Household Use,

Free From: 

GMO’s, Petrochemicals, Parabens, Mineral Oils, Mineral Oil Derivatives, Lanolin, Phenoxyethenol, Chemical Filters, Chemical Stabilizers, Chemical Preservatives & Additives, Synthetic FIllers, Silicones, Synthetic Fragrance & Perfumes,

Other Uses: 

Pharmaceutics, Perfumery, Cosmetics, Food Industry, Confectionary, Ritual/Religious

Good To Know / Interesting Fact

Oregano oil is not recommended for children, infants, or pregant woman. It has a blood thinning effect and can adversely affect the womb lining during this time. Also anybody with allergies to the mint/sage/oregano or thyme families of herbs should avoid it. It is excellent for nail fungus or infections. In ancinet times it symbolised happiness and bride and bridegrooms were made and wore wreaths of oregano. 

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