Learn how I built my own ALL natural medicine cabinet using Young Living Essential Oils:
Oregano essential oil has been used for over two thousand years. It was originally discovered in the Mediterranian; where it was used as a topical anti-bacterial for the skin and wounds. Oregano grows wild in high altitude mountainous areas, this how it got its name, or ‘joy of the mountains.’ There are over 40 different species available in the marketplace; it’s important to know that therapeutic benefits of oregano oil are not present in many grocery store varieties and should only be purchased from a reputable source to ensure you are receiving all of its therapeutic benefits.
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A few more of my favorite ways to use Oregano Essential Oil
Kick those Allergies to the Curb:
Steam inhalation: Add 6 to 8 drops of oregano oil to a bowl of very hot water, place a towel over your head and breathe in the strong vapors for 10-15 minutes. The hot steam helps to loosen mucus, opens congested airways, and eases nasal inflammation to help to soothe and minimize allergy symptoms.
Topical: Dilute 1 drop with 4 drops of V-6™ or olive oil. Test on small area of skin on the underside of the arm and apply to the desired area as needed. A wonderful way to ease muscle fatigue and inflammation.
Bad Breath Killer: you can make a homemade mouthwash with oregano oil, it serves as a natural way to kill bad breath and ease gingivitis. Add 2 cups of distilled water to a BPA free dark plastic bottle, add 4 drops of Oregano Essential Oil & 4 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil shake well.
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Andrea holds a BS in Natural Health Sciences(Naturopathy), is a certified Herbalist and Aromatherapist and Certified Health & Wellness Coach; she is continually expanding her knowledge in all areas of health and wellness.