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A Natural, More Potent Antibiotic

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A Natural, More Potent Antibiotic

If you could pick one item for your natural medicine cabinet that could ward off cold and flu viruses, eliminate warts, cold sores, athlete’s foot, dandruff, respiratory tract and sinus infections, what would you choose? If oregano oil doesn’t come to mind, it’s time you gave this overlooked and potent remedy its rightful place in your natural first aid kit. The Research is in: In a study reported by Science Daily Magazine, oil of oregano at relatively low doses was found to be effective against staphylococcus bacteria and was comparable to antibiotics like penicillin in its germ-killing properties.

Researcher Paul Belaiche reported his exhaustive studies of aromatherapy oils in his three-volume work, entitled, Traite de Phytotherapie et d’Aromatherapie (Treatise on Phytotherapy and Aromatherapy). He used a testing method that allowed him to examine the effectiveness of essential oils against specific bacteria, called an aromatogram. His findings on the effectiveness of oregano oil against many common and insidious bacteria were impressive. He found that oregano oil killed 96 percent of all pneumococcus bacteria, 92 percent of all neisseria, proteus, and staphylococcus bacteria. Some strains of neisseria are responsible for diseases like gonorrhea or meningitis. Proteus is a type of intestinal infection, and staphylococcus is the culprit in some types of food poisoning.

He also found that oregano oil eliminated 83 percent of streptococcus and 78 percent of enterococcus. Various strains of streptococcus have been linked with strep throat, scarlet fever, rheumatic fever, or toxic shock syndrome. Some strains of enterococcus are linked with cystitis, wound infections, and anorexia.

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Read more: Alternative Therapies, Cold and Flu, General Health, Health, Michelle Schoffro Cook, Natural Remedies, Simply Healthy

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Michelle Schoffro Cook

Michelle Schoffro Cook, MSc, RNCP, ROHP, DNM, PhD is an international best-selling and 15-time book author and doctor of traditional natural medicine, whose works include: 60 Seconds to Slim, Weekend Wonder Detox, Healing Recipes, The Vitality Diet, Allergy-Proof, Arthritis-Proof, Total Body Detox, The Life Force Diet, The Ultimate pH Solution, The 4-Week Ultimate Body Detox Plan, and The Phytozyme Cure. Subscribe to her free e-magazine World's Healthiest News at WorldsHealthiestDiet.com to receive monthly health news, tips, recipes and more. Follow her on Twitter @mschoffrocook and Facebook.

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12:17AM PDT on Aug 18, 2014

thanks you

6:45AM PDT on Aug 15, 2014

Great advice.

2:28AM PDT on Aug 14, 2014

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6:48PM PDT on Aug 11, 2014

We have an oregano plant at home way back before and we have been using it as a remedy for colds. Thank you for this additional info. Use natural!

7:30AM PDT on Aug 8, 2014

Thank you!!

1:29PM PDT on Aug 3, 2014

Yes! Oregano oil, I have heard of this.

6:24AM PDT on Jul 26, 2014

Next time try supplying links to your studies so readers can determine the amounts used and methods of application. The article is pretty useless without this information.

5:19AM PDT on Jul 22, 2014

thanks

6:20AM PDT on Jul 21, 2014

Must be off to find out more about this panacea......

2:22AM PDT on Jul 20, 2014

great :):) thanks

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