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Oregano Oil – The Most Important Survival Medicine Ever

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posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 07:58 AM
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angelchemuel
Palmarosa is good for rosacea (along with a few others). Bergamot is good for anxiety (along with a few others). As to arthritis, there are many from Ginger if the cold makes arthritis worse, to anti-inflamatories like Lavender.



Very interested in this.......

What is the success rate of Palmarosa on rosacea? And how is it being applied?

The only reason I ask is because rosacea seems to be a general term like Tinnitus, in the medical industry, and the underlying issues can be numerous.

I know some people with acute rosacea that have had some luck with using lavender and coconut oil in a salve form.

Thanks for the input.

RT




posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 08:33 AM
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Realtruth

angelchemuel
Palmarosa is good for rosacea (along with a few others). Bergamot is good for anxiety (along with a few others). As to arthritis, there are many from Ginger if the cold makes arthritis worse, to anti-inflamatories like Lavender.



Very interested in this.......

What is the success rate of Palmarosa on rosacea? And how is it being applied?

The only reason I ask is because rosacea seems to be a general term like Tinnitus, in the medical industry, and the underlying issues can be numerous.

I know some people with acute rosacea that have had some luck with using lavender and coconut oil in a salve form.

Thanks for the input.

RT


As I said in the main body of my post, it depends on the individual as to Palmarosas effectiveness as to other oils which can also treat rosacea. It is added to a base cream/oil, and like you suggested coconut.

I have had 3 out of 3 success in treating thyroid imbalance and goitre with Palmarosa oil too. A very overlooked little oil, which can also be taken internally to balance intestinal bactaria too, without damaging or stressing internal mucous membranes.

I am rather reluctant to suggest oils in a general fashion on an open forum because of contra-indications and individuality of cases.

For example, and it is one of my soap box shouts.....lavender oil. It is generally recommended as safe for most people....HOWEVER..... it is not safe to use by a woman who has experienced a previous mis-carriage. It is often recommended to women who have been unfortunate to experience this to help alleviate any anxiety of a recurrence, but unfortunately because of the hormonal changes in the first trimester for some reason, the chemical reaction makes lavender become an abortifaceant. Anybody taking iron supplements must not use lavender oil as it wipes out the iron. It is possible that lavender reduces the body's ability to absorb iron too in some cases. Lavender oil is made up of around 300 chemical components, and when scientists tried to find the 'magic bullet' for it's burn healing qualities which are second to non, they couldn't find it, let alone 'names' for two thirds of the chemical components present in lavender. If it is used constantly on pre and pubescent boys as for example in shampoos in the treatment of nits, boys start developing female characteristics like breasts and underdeveloped testicles etc.
There has been some recent scientific research into lavender oil and what is extremely interesting is that what were Lavenders original chemical properties are now changing....no surprise there really given the increase in pesticides and climate factors. So what was once true about our plants, may no longer be so.

So there you have it....that is just one very popular, well known oil which is very much misunderstood by the general public. Given the rate our plants and trees and grasses (where most EO's are obtained from) are changing for their own survival, I believe there will be obviously many changes to our use of them both as oils or as medicinal herbs and in homoeopathy in the future.

Rainbows
Jane



posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 11:08 AM
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Sounds like your are well verse on EO's for sure.

I am very particular where I get my EO's from, and I never compromise anymore on price if I need to spend the money for EO's.

Out of all of the EO's Lavender is my favorite and I am very particular where I buy it from. I actually buy mine from a region in southen France called Luberon. It may sound very anal, but as a clinical aromatherapist I'm sure you get it.


One of my favorite books in my collection for EO's is written by someone in the UK. Her name is Valerie Ann Worwood. Absolutely a brilliant book.

www.amazon.com...

Here is where I buy my Lavender from, amazingly beautiful, I have been there a few times. People might enjoy the pictures too.


www.theluberon.com...

Thanks again for your input.







posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 03:38 PM
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Not sure on Oregano Oil, but if you start Oil Pulling with cocoa nut oil you will find an amazing difference in less than a week. My gums bled quite often, once I started OP I noticed a big difference, they never bleed now when brushing.



posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 04:49 PM
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Coconut oil deserves a thread of its own

Rainbows
Jane



posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 06:28 PM
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Realtruth, S+F for starting this post.

I have been using NewRoots 93% Carvacrol Wild Oregano Oil for a few years now to help boost the immune system in the fall and winter months. I will put 4 to 6 drops (depends on how I feel) under my tongue and then chew a small cube of hard cheese to help cut the taste a bit, and because I really like cheese.

I truly think that we can all benefit from using natural remedies so long as we are informed. Always do your research first, and check with your pharmacist if you do take prescription drugs. I am fortunate to teach my yoga classes in a place where naturopath and homeopathic practitioners work.

Namaste,
YogaGinns



posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 07:14 PM
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I used to work for one of the labs that did most of the oregano oil studies in the US. OO gets quickly broken down and deactivated once it passes through the jejunum and there is a huge difference amongst brands. Some have nearly no carvcrol compounds in them. The most potent oo by far is Biotics Research ADP, it is micro emulsified which enhances its absorption many thousand fold. It is also time released, so it deposits oo all along the intestine, especially in the lower bowel m -where most dysbiosis occurs, making it far more effective than liquid preps. In fact, you can even suck on the tablet for as long as you can stand to kill strep throat and other oral issues too.



posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 07:20 PM
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I still use sesame oil for pulling. have had good results with that so far.
Hmm,
maybe a drop of oregano oil in with that process...



posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 07:22 PM
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I sure hope that is 100% grassfed cow your cheese is from..



posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 07:38 PM
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angelchemuel

Coconut oil deserves a thread of its own

Rainbows
Jane


It's almost all I cook with and buy it buy in 5 gallon containers. lol

And I actually use blend it with other oils, such as Olive, and Castor oil for some amazing homemade soap with no sulfates.

Would you be willing to do a thread on it?



posted on Nov, 14 2013 @ 12:57 AM
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rimjaja
I used to work for one of the labs that did most of the oregano oil studies in the US. OO gets quickly broken down and deactivated once it passes through the jejunum and there is a huge difference amongst brands. Some have nearly no carvcrol compounds in them. The most potent oo by far is Biotics Research ADP, it is micro emulsified which enhances its absorption many thousand fold. It is also time released, so it deposits oo all along the intestine, especially in the lower bowel m -where most dysbiosis occurs, making it far more effective than liquid preps. In fact, you can even suck on the tablet for as long as you can stand to kill strep throat and other oral issues too.


Thanks for that! cheers!



posted on Nov, 14 2013 @ 01:04 PM
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Wow Oregano oil, who ever knew that.. thanks for sharing and to think it was only good in tomato sauce.



posted on Nov, 14 2013 @ 01:06 PM
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Beautiful pictures btw.



posted on Nov, 14 2013 @ 08:12 PM
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Hi AngelChemuel, thanks for getting back to me - I really appreciate it. I'll check it out, and post the results...

You too, Mrs Dudura... thanks so much for your advice.

What an amazing site this is - the range of different types of people with different passions, knowledge and interests is absolutely brilliant!



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 07:26 AM
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don't put oregano oil on your privates, private



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 05:55 PM
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Lil Drummerboy
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I sure hope that is 100% grassfed cow your cheese is from..



Not sure if the milk comes from 100% grass-fed cows or not, but the cheese is organic and bought at our local farmer's market. I've heard of lots of uses for oregano oil, but find straight drops works well for me.

Namaste,
YogaGinns



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 09:01 PM
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Thanks, I have found a store in my area and they are helping me get the natural meds I need. I have pain everywhere, feet ankles knees hip back upper and lower. I have a disability, PTTD. Not fun.

Stari



posted on Dec, 15 2013 @ 10:11 PM
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I tried the gel cap method and within an hour the oil started to dissolve the caps. I'm using "00" VCAPS. should I have diluted the oil first or should I use different gel caps.



posted on Dec, 15 2013 @ 10:19 PM
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Are the capsules specifically for oils?

empty capsules for essential oils

If not, I think they will melt.



posted on Dec, 15 2013 @ 10:28 PM
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fallensunz
I tried the gel cap method and within an hour the oil started to dissolve the caps. I'm using "00" VCAPS. should I have diluted the oil first or should I use different gel caps.


Wow that's fast those gel caps maybe faulty, or really really thin. Next time ask the supplier if they will hold essential oils.

Interesting the caps I have don't seem to dissolve, but I'm sure some are different.

You may want to dilute if you are going to store them for any length of time. Olive oil, almond oil try a half and half ratio that should do it.

Good luck,

RT



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