Garden Essence Oils Oregano: Boosts immune system to fight infection, cold and flu. Revives the senses, eases pain and stimulates the appetite.
wild (Origanum vulgare)
Hungary - Essential oil by Garden Essence. 100% pure, single species,
first distillation, guaranteed free of pesticides and herbicides.
Aromatherapy Uses: anthelmintic, antirheumatic, antitoxic, antiviral, diuretic, hepatic, analgesic, anesthetic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antispasmodic, astringent, emmenagogue, expectorant, fungicidal, bactericidal, rubefacient, splenetic, febrifuge, tonic & stimulant
Athlete’s Foot: Apply just like for ringworm, but also wash your shoes & socks with a few drops of oregano essential oil.
Anti-aging: Because of its high antioxidant content oregano is a great tool in fighting aging. Add to a carrier oil or your regular moisturizer and rub on nightly.
Arthritis: Used externally oregano is great for alleviating painful symptoms of arthritis, increasing joint and muscle flexibility.
Carpal Tunnel: This is my number one use for oregano essential oil since I spend so much time typing. Simply mix with a carrier oil and rub the arms, starting at the fingers and working up the arm to the shoulders.
Cold and Flu: Diffuse oregano essential oil to alleviate cold and flu symptoms as well as to help kill germs in the air.
Dandruff: Add a few drops to your favorite shampoo (avoid getting in eyes)
Disinfectant: Combine 10 drops of oregano essential oil with 15 drops lavender in a spray bottle. Add 1/2 cup of vinegar and use as a disinfectant spray.
Eczema: Add to a carrier oil and rub into any area that is affected.
Fungus and Mold killer: Add to water in a spray bottle and spritz showers and tub to reduce growth of mold and fungus. Shake before each use.
Hand Sanitizer: Mix several drops of oregano essential oil with almond oil and rub into hands.
Immune Boosting: Apply to the bottoms of your feet before bed to stimulate the immune system.
Menstrual Issues: Oregano is believed to help balance hormones and mood as well as assist in Amenorrhea (menstrual block)
Nail Fungus: Combine several drops with a tub of warm water and soak hands or feet or add to carrier oil and rub on affected area.
Parasites: If you are being treated for parasites, try rubbing oregano oil on the soles of your feet and in a circular, clockwise motion on your stomach.
Pest Repellent: One of my favorite oregano essential oil uses is in a homemade bug spray. It can be added to your homemade bug spray to ward off mosquitoes and fleas, spray on your mattress for bed bugs as well.
Respiratory ailments: Massage on the chest and alongside nasal passages, in a light carrier oil such as fractionated coconut oil.
Ringworm: Create your own blend with manuka essential oil and oregano essential oil with your favorite carrier oil and apply several times a day until gone.
Wart removal: Apply oil directly to wart with a cotton swab several times a day until they are gone. bergamot, chamomile, eucalyptus, tea tree, thyme, lavender, cypress, cedarwood, lemon, lime, mandarin, rosemary, spearmint.
Blends well with: bergamot, chamomile, eucalyptus, tea tree, thyme, lavender, cypress, cedarwood, lemon, lime, mandarin, rosemary, spearmint.
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