I’d like to share with you a healing substance that can improve your life and the life of your friends in an extraordinary way. It’s a versatile herbal medicine that truly merits the name “a medicine chest in a bottle”. Whether you are traveling, at home or at your job, when you need first aid, pain relief, or natural anitibiotic action, this one product can truly “do it all”.
Why is Oil of Oregano so special?. It is composed of pure olive oil infused with a concentration of oregano that is 85 % carvacrol, which is extremely antiseptic. Thymol is another antiseptic that works synergistically with carvacol, along with 50 other antiseptic and healing compounds. The result is an amazingly broad number of healing properties with applications throughout the body.
Oil of Oregano is a natural, broad-spectrum antibiotic. This means that even if you don’t know where an infection originates, the Oil of Oregano will find and attack it. Besides this it is anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-parasite and a remedy for yeast/candida overgrowth.
These wonderful properties make it effective in curing and relieving innumerable maladies, including:.
Allergies, Arthritis, Backpain, Boils, Bruises, Congestion, Contusion, Cysts, Ear infection, Infections, Flu, Food poisoning, Fungus, Headaches, Muscle Pains, Otitis media, Parasites, Pneumonia, Sinusitis, Sprains UTI.
For more detailed information on how to employ Oil of Oregano for these and more illnesses, visit www.pieternel.com. If you follow the guidelines there, I can guarantee the benefits to your near-term and also long-term health. Oil of Oregano offers a highly rewarding pathway to purification.
Oil of Oregano is a natural antibiotic that has no side effects. Pharmaceutical antibiotics have many side effects, such as diarrhea and weakening of the immune system. Research even tells us that after we follow 23 cycles of treatment with antibiotics, we have “earned” an increased risk of cancer. Makes you think… no?.
Oil of Oregano can also cure insidious yeast infections and candida (which are, interestingly, yet another possible side effect of antibiotics). These stubborn conditions simply require a bit more understanding and a more prolonged approach.
If you think Oil of Oregano sounds like a miracle drug – excuse me, miracle herb – then you’ve got the point exactly.
Warmly, Pieternel van Giersbergen.