Keep away from the genitals, eyes, and out of the reach of children.
What types of research have been conducted using Oregano P73?
More than thirty major research projects have been conducted to date. Here
are a few highlights:
Scientists at the Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
presented their findings from research using Oil of Oreganol P73 from North
American Herb and Spice at the American College of Nutrition’s 42nd
Annual Meeting in October 2001. Led by Dr. Harry Preuss, professor of physiology
and biophysics at Georgetown, the team tested the effects of the essential
oil on the common bacteria Staphylococcus aureus (staphylococcus aureus is
usually found in the lower intestines of humans and commonly resides in the
nasal passages and certain parts of the skin), which is becoming more drug
resistant and is the culprit in many modern-day infections. According to the
Life Extension Foundation, in one in vitro study oregano oil was compared
to the drugs streptomycin, vancomycin and penicillin and was found to inhibit
Staphylococcus growth as effectively as these pharmaceutical antibiotics.
that conducted the research at Georgetown University’s Medical Center
included Vijaya Manohar, Cass Ingram, Judy Gray, Nadeem A. Talpur, Bobby W.
Echard, Debasis Bagchi and Harry G. Preuss. The journal article entitled “Antifungal
Activities of Origanum Oil Against Candida albicans” states that the
daily oral administration of Oil of Oreganol P73 (North American Herb and
Spice, Waukegan, Illinois) may be highly effective in the prevention and treatment
of candidiasis. .
in Oreganol P73 has been tested by Jennifer Billing and Paul W. Sherman (Section
of Neurobiology and Behavior) of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. They
discovered that oregano killed 100% of the thirty species of bacteria (in
vitro) it was tested against. This list included Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Listeria
monocytogenes, Staphylococcus aureus and albus, and Bacillus anthracis (one
type of anthrax species).
44 of the Journal of Agricultural Food Chemistry, researchers from the University
of Thessaloniki in Greece published an article entitled “Antimicrobial
and Cytotoxic Activities of Origanum Essential Oils.” They discovered
that oregano was highly bactericidal (it killed bacteria and sterilized septic
water) at 1/4000 dilution and even at dilutions as high as 1/50000 caused
a considerable decrease in bacterial growth rates. The same essential oil
also exhibited high levels of cytotoxicity against four permanent animal cell
lines (in vitro) including two derived from human cancers.
entitled Beyond Antibiotics: Healthier Options for Families, by Michael A.
Schmidt, Lendon H. Smith and Keith W. Sehnert, has an entire section devoted
to the antimicrobial (antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral) efficacy of
essential plant oils. In this section they state that “one of the advantages
essential oils have over antibiotics is that bacteria do not develop resistance
to essential oils.” Many essential oils exert their antibacterial effect
by interfering with the bacteria’s ability to breathe. On the other
hand, antibiotics interfere with the life cycle, or metabolism, of bacteria,
but since bacteria are very crafty creatures, they change their chemistry
and genes, which makes the antibiotic less effective the next time it is used.
As a result, new generations of antibiotics will need to be developed to stay
ahead of these organisms. Additionally, “another advantage to essential
oils is that some actually stimulate immune function.” Drs. E. Gildemeister
and F.R. Hoffmann are referenced in the book as testing the antimicrobial
efficacy of certain essential oils as compared to a medium, phenol. Phenol
is an antiseptic substance found in Lysol, Pinesol and Chloraseptic throat
spray. The findings were quite a surprise to the investigators. Oil of oregano
was the most potent antimicrobial essential oil tested by the investigators,
as it proved to be 21 times stronger than the medium. The two powerful phenols
identified in Oregano P73 are carvacrol and thymol. The carvacrol and thymol
content of every lot of Oregano P73 is tested to assure maximum potency.
are the results of how Oregano P73 tested in potency (in vitro) against other
essential oils. If the essential oil had a reference number of 1.0, it was
equal to the killing power of phenol. Any number above 1.0 indicates the antiseptic
power of the essential oil beyond that of phenol.
18 of the British Naturopathic Journal included an article entitled “Kill
and Cure: The Healing Properties of Wild Oregano Oil.” In the article,
David Potterton, ND summarized the findings of the world’s foremost
expert on oil of oregano, Dr. Cass Ingram. According to Dr. Ingram, “oregano
is the Rolls Royce of natural antiseptics”. It is, for example, far
more active against noxious urinary pathogens than the typically relied upon
natural compounds such as garlic, goldenseal and echinacea. The active ingredient,
carvacrol, acts directly upon the mucous membranes of the urinary tract and
bladder. It offers the unique advantage of destroying both urinary bacteria
as well as yeasts, something that standard antibiotics fail to achieve.”
In addition, according to the article, readers should get their hands on a
copy of Dr. Ingram’s book The Cure is in the Cupboard: How to use Oregano
for Better Health.
Dr. Ingram’s predecessors, renowned scientist H. Martindale, documented
that the essential oil of oregano was the most powerful plant-derived antiseptic
known. This was back in 1910 when oregano was commonly used to treat illness.
Mr. Martindale demonstrated that oregano was 26 times more active as an antiseptic
than phenol, a powerful disinfectant used to sterilize hospital equipment.
at the Second International Congress of Phytotherapy and Aromatherapy Conference
in Monaco, a French doctor named Belaiche unveiled his oregano index, which
uses oregano oil as the base reference for comparing the bactericidal action
of other substances. The reason he chose oregano oil was because he determined
by rigorous laboratory experimentation that out of all natural essential oils,
oregano was the closest to an ideal antibacterial agent. Belaiche used the
analytical technique of Schroeder and Messing, who measured in millimeters
the “halo” of bacterial inhibition caused by specific essential
oils in a bacterial culture medium maintained in petri dishes. He tested the
ability of essential oils to inhibit bacterial growth as well as to kill bacteria.
Belaiche chose to use bacterial cultures from sick persons rather than cultures
grown in laboratories. He tested essential oils on up to 90 different types
of bacteria. Based on these experiments, Belaiche and other French doctors
developed an “Aromatogramme,” a chart which measures the halo
of inhibition caused by different essential oils on specific bacterial cultures.
After the studies had been completed, Belaiche concluded that “This
aromatic essence (oregano) is almost always the leader. Among the most active
oils oregano is the ‘best of the best.’ The essential oil of oregano
has always provided me with amazing results in treating infectious diseases.
Besides oregano oil’s bactericidal action, it also prevents spasms,
convulsions and nervous disorders. In my estimation, the antispasmodic qualities
help to synergize its wonderful antiseptic powers, which comforts me every
time I prescribe it for my patients.” For the complete guide to aiding
numerous ailments with oregano, including allergies, asthma, bronchitis, candidiasis,
colds, cold sores, diarrhea, the flu, gastritis, psoriasis, sinusitis and
dozens of others, consult Dr. Cass Ingram’s book The Cure is in the
article “A Serenade for Marinade” published July 5, 1999, in the
Knoxville News (Health and Science section), Dr. F. Ann Draughon, a University
of Tennessee microbiologist, studied the effects of herbs on food safety.
Dr. Draughon found that oil of oregano was the most effective at killing all
pathogens tested against, including nine food-borne microbes: Listeria monocytogenes,
Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli (commonly known as E-coli), Yersinia
enterocolitica, Pseudonomas aeruglinosa, Lactobacillus plantarum, Aspergillus
niger, Geotrichum and Rhodotorula.
co-director of the UT Food Safety Initiative, said she approached the project
full of skepticism. Sixty days later - when a piece of raw fish still smelled
fresh - Draughon began to believe in the power of spice.
was interested in doing something like this because of all the newspaper information
on ‘nutra-ceuticals,’ or beneficial herbal supplements,”
said Draughon, who headed the research team.
wanted to show that using any kind of herb was a useless endeavor, and I actually
didn’t think they would have any effect at all. So I went into this
from the standpoint of doing something to show an approach doesn’t work,
instead of that it will. But they were so effective it totally changed my
thinking. I was actually kind of shocked.”
Food Safety Initiative is a research program jointly supported by the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the UT Agricultural Experiment Station.
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2. Has Oregano been tested and evaluated by the U.S.
Department of Agriculture?
Yes. Oregano had 3 to 20 times higher antioxidant activity than the other
at the U.S. Department of Agriculture have determined that herbs are higher
in antioxidant levels than fruits, vegetables and even spices such as garlic.
Shiow Y. Wang, a biochemist at the USDA’s Beltsville Agricultural Center
in Beltsville, Maryland, stated in the November issue of the Journal of Agricultural
and Food Chemistry that the herb “oregano had 3 to 20 times higher antioxidant
activity than the other herbs studied.” Additionally, oregano has 42
times more antioxidant activity than apples, 30 times more than potatoes,
12 times more than oranges and 4 times more than blueberries. This is an amazing
discovery when considering the health benefits derived from consuming herbs
like oregano.So what does this all mean for the general public? Antioxidants
have become a synonym for good health in recent years. This is because antioxidants
are a class of components that fight off the charged molecules known as free
radicals, which cause chemical damage in the human body. Free radicals are
atoms or groups of atoms that cause damage to cells, which can lead to an
impaired immune system and infections. Free radicals are also associated with
degenerative diseases such as heart disease and cancer. Our bodies produce
free radicals as part of the everyday metabolic breakdown of foods we eat.
Excess free radicals are generated by exposure to radiation, rancid oils (fried
foods), food additives (food coloring, sugars), chemicals (pesticides, nitrates
added to cured meats) heavy metal pollutants, exposure to UV rays from the
sun and smoking. According to researchers at the USDA, the destruction of
free radicals “may help fight the occurrence of heart disease and stroke.”
benefits of a diet rich in herbs do not end there. In addition, according
to Dr. Wang, herbs are an “easy way to get a concentrated source of
antioxidants - without all the extra calories of whole foods.” This
is potentially crucial for people who have calorie-restricted diets or cannot
eat many types of fruit due to the high natural sugar content (such as diabetics).
Overall, it is increasingly emerging that the natural wonders of the herb
oregano may be the answer to fighting off free radicals and helping everyone
lead a healthier, and consequently happier, life.
American Herb and Spice has introduced the world to Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn
P73: the most concentrated and effective source of antioxidants, period. The
proven abilities of oregano’s antimicrobial properties have been extensively
published. The recent discovery that oregano has the highest level of antioxidants
further adds to its pre-eminence in the field of natural medicine. These critical
revelations have led Dr. Cass Ingram, medical researcher for NAHS, to pose
the question, “If Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn P73 can be proven by the
U.S. Government to kill bacteria, fungi and viruses equally as well in humans
as they have in laboratory studies, wouldn't this be a monumental accomplishment
P73 - 5 drops per day
Oregamax - 2 capsules twice a day
Oregacyn P73 - 1 capsule per day
Juice of Oregano - 1 ounce per day
3. Has the North American Herb & Spice brand
Oil of Oreganol P73 been tested with printed results in a recognized, peer-reviewed
Yes. Findings published in volume 228 of the journal of Molecular and Cellular
Biochemistry demonstrate the antifungal activities of Oil of Oreganol P73
(North American Herb & Spice, Waukegan, Illinois) against Candida albicans.
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4. What does the Physicians’ Desk Reference
for Herbal Medicines, 1st edition, say about oregano?
Indications and Usage: The herb is used for respiratory disorders and complaints
such as coughs and bronchial catarrh, and as an expectorant. In folk medicine
it is used for dyspepsia, painful menstruation, rheumatoid arthritis, scrofula,
urinary tract disorders, and as a diaphoretic.
and Adverse Reactions: No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction
with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages.
5. What does P73 on the label stand for?
P73 is the designated formula indicator for Oreganol from North American Herb
& Spice. When you see P73 on the label you know that this is the original
researched and tested, wild mountain-grown oregano. The P73 indicates that
every lot of Oregano is tested to ensure proper phenol content.
6. Have any books been published outlining treatment
protocols using Oil of Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn P73?
Yes. The definitive and comprehensive guide on how to use Oil of Oreganol
P73 for better health is Dr. Cass Ingram’s book The Cure is in the Cupboard.
Dr. Cass Ingram has also authored the book Lifesaving Cures, which outlines
natural cures for stress and exhaustion, viral syndromes, radiation poisoning,
water contamination and much more. In The Respiratory Solution you will learn
how to use natural cures like Oregacyn P73 to reverse respiratory ailments
such as asthma, bronchitis, sinus attacks, allergies, colds and the flu. These
titles and many others are available on this website from Knowledge House
publishers. Please click here for more information.
7. Should I take probiotics, or friendly bacteria,
with Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn P73 in the same manner as I take them with
No. Antibiotics are capable of wiping out and destroying all of the good bacteria
in your colon in as little as one cycle of treatment. Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn
P73 used as recommended will not disrupt the balance of friendly bacteria.
A study conducted by Laura L. Zaika and John C. Kissinger entitled “Inhibitory
and Stimulatory Effects of Oregano on Lactobacillus Plantarum and Pediococcus
Cerevisiae” and printed in volume 46 of the Journal of Food Science
stated “that although oregano can be bactericidal toward lactic acid
bacteria, these organisms (friendly bacteria) can become resistant towards
the effect of oregano.” Dr. Cass Ingram suggests that friendly bacteria
may be inhibited by oregano added to foods. However, friendly bacteria will
also develop resistance to the inhibitory effect of the spice. Furthermore,
Dr. Ingram proposes that because of oregano’s place in traditional herbal
medicine, most of our ancestors have consumed oregano in one form or another
for thousands of years. In fact, the Tractatus de Herbis, written in the early
fourteenth century in southern Italy, was compiled as a medical handbook for
a doctor of medieval Europe and contained direct evidence of the medicinal
properties of oregano in an illustrated format. Moreover, after centuries
of apparently hopeless scientific and theological disputes, botanical and
folklore research of the preceding decades leaves no doubt that oregano is
actually the hyssop of the Bible. The Biblical hyssop originally known to
the ancient Hebrews is first mentioned in Exodus 12:22, and descriptions of
its use in the purification rights are given by Moses when expounding to the
people the law received by him on Mount Sinai (Leviticus 14:6). We may assume
that oregano was growing on the spot, and Moses could show it to the people.
The fact that oregano has been used for so many years and is recognized by
the body as a food stands as proof that unlike synthetic antibiotics, which
are foreign to the body, oregano has become an integral part of our collective
cellular genetic makeup. It appears that although certain herbal remedies
with powerful pharmacological properties have been used in a regional manner,
oregano is a food and is not intolerable for long periods of time like goldenseal,
echinacea and many other Far Eastern formulas. This begs the question: If
a food source can strengthen and heal without causing microbial resistance
(as is the case with antibiotics), shouldn’t you be taking it?
Dr. Ingram does point out that for people who are taking large doses of oregano
for chronic conditions it will prove very beneficial to supplement with friendly
bacteria. Dr. Ingram recommends taking your friendly bacteria at night before
you go to bed and taking Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn P73 with breakfast, lunch
and dinner. He also points out that oregano will help eliminate so much of
the bad bacteria that it creates even more fertile ground for your friendly
8. Are there any concerns about taking oregano and prescription
medications at the same time?
According to the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database, compiled by the
editors of Pharmacist’s Letter and Prescriber’s Letter and available
online at www.naturaldatabase.com, oregano is “likely safe” and
has “Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) status in the US.”
Interactions with Drugs: The Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database states
that “no interactions are known to occur, and there is no known reason
to expect a clinically significant interaction with oregano.”
Interactions with Lab Tests: The Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database
states that “no interactions are known to occur, and there is no known
reason to expect a clinically significant interaction with oregano.”
to Dr. Ingram, the only known side effect of oregano is that it will make
you feel better!
9. How much oregano may my children take? May I take
oregano if I am breastfeeding? How much oregano may I take if I am pregnant?
North American Herb & Spice has developed the following guidelines for
use in children, pregnancy and women who are lactating:
Months – 2 years
• Oreganol P73
- 1 drop in milk or juice, once a day.
- Can use for 1-10 days, do not exceed 10 days of use
- Suggest rubbing Oil of Oregano on bottom of feet also (cover feet with socks)
for child with congestion, cold or fever. Use 2-3 drops per foot. Use in evening
- KEEP OIL AWAY FROM EYES
• Oreganol P73
- 1 drop in milk or juice, once per day.
Suggest taking with food in stomach.
- No restrictions on days of usage, can use for more than 10 days
- Suggest rubbing Oil of Oregano on bottom of feet also at bedtime for child
congestion, cold or fever. Use 2-4 drops per foot. Use at bedtime, do not
use socks to cover feet.
- If child has chest congestion, parent can also take 3 drops of Oil of Oregano
and rub on chest at bedtime.
- KEEP OILS AWAY FROM EYES
• Oreganol P73
- 1-3 drops in juice, once per day. No restrictions on number of days of use.
Suggest taking with food in stomach.
- If child has chest congestion, cold or fever, suggest rubbing Oil of Oregano
on bottom of feet at bedtime. Use 3 drops of each per foot.
- For child with chest congestion or cold, parent can rub 3-5 drops of Oil
of Oregano onto chest and throat area.
- KEEP OILS AWAY FROM EYES
Years and Older
• Oreganol P73
- Dosage of 3 drops in juice or under tongue, three times per day can be used.
Suggest taking with food in stomach.
- For child with chest congestion or cold, parent can rub 5 drops of Oil of
Oregano onto chest and throat area.
- KEEP OILS AWAY FROM EYES
MOTHERS (MOTHERS WHO ARE BREASTFEEDING)
- Can take 2 capsules, 3 times per day.
- Oregamax will help with bone development in child and help prevent
bone loss on mother due to calcium content of the Oregamax.
P73 (Regular Strength)
- Can use 5-10 drops per day
- Can take 1 capsule per day for immune support
- Can take 1 capsule daily for immune support
- Can take 1-2 drops per day
- Can use throughout entire pregnancy.
- Can use a maximum of 12 capsules per day
10. What distinguishes North American Herb and Spice
Oreganol P73 from other oregano products commercially available?
North American Herb & Spice was the first company on the American market
to introduce edible Oil of Oregano. We are the oregano experts! This was the
result of extensive research and the personal experiences of the company’s
founders. To be edible, this essential oil must be made only from wild, mountain-grown,
Mediterranean oregano, free of all chemicals and pesticides. It also has to
be emulsified in a carrier oil such as extra virgin olive oil, which is used
by North American Herb & Spice in its oil of oregano. The oregano we use
is the real 100% Mediterranean oregano, guaranteed to be handpicked in the
pristine, untarnished wilderness. We even ensure that the villagers limit
their picking to preserve and protect the plants. Our oil is produced by old-fashioned
cold pressing and steam distillation. We use no chemicals to extract it.
Oregano is one of the most popular herb condiments in the world. Due to the
fact that it is so well known, oregano presents a serious problem for scientists
trying to establish the identity of its botanical source. In 1954 Calpouzos
showed that the attempt to find a sole plant source of oregano was not feasible.
Presenting a list of 39 species used throughout the world as sources of the
condiment, he concluded that “the condiment name oregano should be understood
to refer, not to any species but to a particular spice flavor furnished by
plants of several genera in different parts of the world.”
In a report
from 1984, Lawrence described the state of the art concerning the botanical
identity and the chemical composition of 52 species from six families known
to be sources of oregano. With so many different species of so-called oregano,
how do you know if you are getting the best?
American Herb & Spice routinely analyzes samples of other commercially
available so-called oregano oil, the results of which are often quite surprising.
We often discover that the results of analysis show that submitted samples
do not match the profile for oregano. The samples contain elevated levels
of monoterpenes and lower than average levels of thymol and carvacrol. Samples
that come back from the laboratory with these specifications are easy to dismiss
as counterfeit and, consequently, are probably worthless for medicinal purposes.
What can be said about low-priced samples of so-called oregano oil that appear
to meet the basic criteria of chemical analysis? The answer is: These fraudulent
oil of oregano products must be adulterated!
to the book Essential Oils of the Plant Family Labiatae, adulterated oregano
oils have frequently been encountered in the trade. In fact, this practice
has done such harm to oregano oil that in late years the demand for it has
diminished considerably. It is easy to adulterate oregano oil by adding low-priced
synthetic carvacrol and p-cymene. The author examined samples of so-called
oregano oils consisting entirely of synthetic carvacrol and p-cymene. Routine
chemical analysis is almost useless for detecting such sophistication, but
the expert can recognize the presence of synthetic carvacrol by a slight “by-note”
of creosote, which becomes more noticeable as the oil evaporates on test paper.
And as a result, the chemical composition of oregano oil is somewhat vague
and limited for the reason that, probably, in the past this oil has often
been confused with thyme oil (Thymus vulgaris).
a well-known fact that pure essential oils are very expensive. A simple analysis
at a perfume counter quickly begs the question, “What is the difference
between a quarter ounce of pure parfum for $100.00 and a 3.4 ounce bottle
of cologne for $19.99?” As the old saying goes, if it’s too good
to be true it probably is. The oil of oregano blend known as Oreganol P73
from North American Herb & Spice is the highest quality in the world.
It is hand-harvested between five and seven thousand feet above sea level
and the plants grow between the cracks of calcium and magnesium-rich rock
that has not been eroded during the major Earth ice ages. The combination
of the wild oregano plants growing naturally at high altitudes, the sunlight,
the mineral density of the rock, the traditional steam distillation process,
the unremitting quality control and the kind of connoisseurship that defines
a world-class vineyard places the North American Herb & Spice product
line in a class by itself, “the best of the best.”
11. If I have been on antibiotics for debilitating
sinusitis, how much Oregacyn P73 can I take in one day?
Four capsules with meals three times per day is considered the maximum dosage.
We recommend the use of probiotics at this dosage level. For more information
on probiotics refer to question 7.
12. How exactly do Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn P73
help boost immunity?
The mechanism of action of Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn P73 appears to be different
than standard prescription antibacterials and antifungals. Since prescription
antibacterials and antifungals work by interfering with the cell cycle or
metabolism, these organisms can change their chemistry and genetic composition
to make subsequent uses of these products less effective. It appears as if
Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn P73 are powerful enough to disrupt replication on
a cellular level. Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn P73 produce a debilitating exothermic
reaction that literally heats up and destroys bacteria, suffocates fungi and
melts the envelope of viruses. The most amazing fact about Oreganol P73 and
Oregacyn P73, according to the book Beyond Antibiotics: Healthier Options
for Families, is that bacteria do not develop resistance to oregano oil.
According to the Life Extension Foundation, resistant strains of bacteria
are lethal and also baffling to scientists. “Over time many antibiotics
have lost their effectiveness against certain strains of bacteria, as resistant
strains have developed, mostly through the use of ‘resistance genes.’
In 1998, a potentially deadly bacterium, Staphylococcus aureus (“staph”),
which causes widespread nosocomial (infections contracted in a hospital or
clinic) infections, failed to respond to the most potent antibiotic, vancomycin.
The most troubling aspect was that this failure occurred in three patients
in widely separated geographic areas.”
are several ways in which bacteria are becoming resistant to antibiotic therapy.
One is that some bacteria have now developed ‘efflux’ pumps. When
the bacterium recognizes invasion by an antibiotic, the efflux pump simply
pumps the antibiotic out of its cells. Resistance genes code for more than
pumps, though. Some lead to the manufacture of enzymes that degrade or chemically
alter (and therefore inactivate) the antibiotic. Where do these resistance
genes come from? Usually, bacteria actually get them from other bacteria.
In some cases they pick up a gene containing plasmid from a ‘donor’
cell. Also, viruses have been shown to extract a resistance gene from one
bacterium and inject it into a different one. Furthermore, some bacteria ‘scavenge’
DNA from dead cells around them, and occasionally, scavenged genes are incorporated
in a stable manner into the recipient cell’s chromosome or into a plasmid
and become a part of the recipient bacterium.”
around the world are taking another look at folk medicine, herbal remedies,
and other alternatives to pharmacological drugs. Recent research has confirmed
the antibacteriological value of herbal remedies from many parts of the world.”
Oreganol P73 was compared to the drugs Streptomycin™, Vancomycin™
and penicillin and was found to inhibit drug-resistant Staphylococcus growth
as effectively as pharmaceutical antibiotics. Oreganol P73 has demonstrated
its antifungal activities against Candida albicans as effectively as Nystatin
and Amphotericin B. Viral research is currently underway in the form of a
human study. (See Question 21 for more details.) Anecdotal viral cases, specifically
Hepatitis C, have reported amazing success. One case in particular demonstrated
a SGOT and SGPT reversal from 246 and 234 respectively to 41 and 30 following
treatment with Oreganol P73. In a mysterious and catastrophic case of infection
of the skull and facial bones, with the jaw bone completely rotted out, the
palate totally eaten by infection and the nose ravaged by a midline granuloma,
a patient was diagnosed with osteomylitis of the skull. After 40 hyperbaric
oxygen treatments and massive treatments with antibiotics via intravenous
solution and no results, the patient finally found out about Oreganol P73
and Oregacyn P73 and is now infection free. (Please consult the testimonials
section for a complete account.)
bacteria mystery continues to unfold. New research is demonstrating that bacteria
can pass information to each other, rendering traditional antibiotics useless.
According to an article in The Guardian newspaper of London dated April 29,
2002, “British scientists have caught bacteria in the act of passing
information to each other - even when separated by a plastic wall. The discovery
could throw new light on the spread of antibiotic resistance in hospitals.”
physicist Alan Parsons and biologist Richard Heal work for QinetiQ - formerly
the Ministry of Defence science laboratory - at Winfrith in Dorset. They report
in the Journal of Applied Microbiology that they grew separated colonies of
bacteria, one in an ordinary nutrient and one in a dish of food that had been
spiked with antibiotic.”
first, the medicinally-treated bacteria began to die. If they were totally
sealed off from the healthy bacteria next door, they would all die. But if
there was a small gap through which air could pass between the two colonies,
the ailing bacteria would recover.”
only conclusion could be that the healthy, stable bacteria next door were
sending their stricken cousins some kind of survival advice - in the form
of information about antibiotic resistance.”
Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn P73 are ideal treatments for people who are seeking
natural solutions for their health concerns. The broad-spectrum antimicrobial
powers of Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn P73 are rooted in nature’s arsenal
and heal as well as protect. Microbial resistance to Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn
P73 does not appear to occur. Simply put, these natural formulas have been
used since antiquity with tremendous success. If deadly microbes could develop
resistance to oregano, they would have done so thousands of years ago. Hundreds