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Friday, August 06, 2004

# 14 Oil of Oregano # 2


Wild Oregano is a very powerful oil. It is especially effective with fungus. Wild Oregano Oil can be applied to nail fungus. Put a drop on the end of the nail as well as the root area of the nail. Candida is a fungus, so it can be used to help combat this persistent problem. Wild Oregano Oil can be taken internally (a drop or so with a glass of orange juice) to clean out bacteria and fungal growth in the intestinal tract. Fungal infections often appear after cortisone treatments.
It appears cortisone helps promote fungus growth by reducing the body's natural protection against it. Wild Oregano Oil can be used for sinus, arthritis, asthma, and growing pains.
For arthritis and growing pains, apply topically on the pain location.
The asthma inhalers prescribed usually mask the real reasons for the asthma and have a short term effect. Oregano Oil helps to treat the root cause of problem.You can use topically on the chest or internally as mentioned above. Oregano Oil Destroys Streptococcus Pneumoniae, E. coli, and Fungi In Lab In several new experiments, researchers have found that some essential oils --in particular, those derived from oregano, thyme and rosewood --create a lytic reaction (cell death/disruption) in microorganisms, including Streptococcus pneumoniae.
Dr. Diane Horne of Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, told the 98th general assembly of the American Society of Microbiology that the discovery of the impact of the oils on cells such as Streptococcus pneumoniae occurred through a bit of serendipity. A co-researcher was spraying aromatic oils in the laboratory. When I looked at the S. pneumoniae that I was preparing for
another experiment, the cells were just falling apart, Horne reported. According to Horne, the oils also demonstrated efficacy against E. coli and several species of fungi. But she said that the oils did not seem to adversely affect Staphylococcus aureus.
While the oils appeared to work in test tube and Petri dish experiments, Horne said that, It is too soon to say if the oils will have an impact against S. pneumoniae in people. She commented that the use of aromatherapy with the effective oils would not be harmful to a patientwith S. pneumoniae infection, and it might even prove helpful in controlling the infection.

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