A Better Cancer Detox
By Dr. Gary Gautier
OREGANO OIL AND OIL OF OREGANO is extracted from wild Mediterranean oregano leaf (Origanum vulgare) which is without a doubt one of my favorites, besides wheatgrass! The uses of this wonderfully powerful natural medicine are amazingly abundant.
Oregano essential oils have proven to be a more powerful microbial than anything else known at this time except olive leaf extract. Nothing has shown more promising results in the fight against infections from viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi than these two food source antioxidants, oil of oregano and olive leaf extract.
Oregano essential oils may prove effective for the following:
Viral infections- Colds, flu, pneumonia, croup, cold sores, herpes, shingles, measles, mumps, warts, chicken pox, hantavirus, and encephalitis (including West Nile)
Bacterial infections- Staph, strep, tuberculosis, e. Coli, salmonella, cholera, typhoid fever, gonorrhea, chlamydia, meningitis, diphtheria, Lyme disease, Pseudomonas, Listeria, cellulitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, pseudomonas, cat scratch fever, Rocky mountain spotted fever, Klebsiella, Shigella, actinomycosis, ehrlichiosis, enterobacter, campylobacter, erysipelas, and Haemophilus influenza
Fungal disease- Athlete’s foot, candida albicans, ringworm, cryptococcal infection, histoplasmosis, nocardiosis, Aspergillus, blastomycoses, and coccidiomycosis
Parasitic disease- Tapeworms, pinworms, hookworms, roundworms, Echinococcus (dog tapeworm), malaria, Trichomonas, amebic dysentery, cryptosporidium, toxoplasmosis, intestinal flukes, liver flukes, lung flukes, giardiasis, sleeping sickness, schistosomiasis, balantidiasis, and filariasis
Organisms destroyed by Oregano Essential Oils- Candida, albicans, Helicobacter pylori, Salmonella typhi, Escherichia Coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus pre, Giardia lamblia, Bacillus subtilis, Shigella sonnei, Aspergillus lavus, Aspergillus parasciticus, Aspergillus niger, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Camphylobacter jejuni, Trichophyton concentricum, Trichophyton mentagrophtes, and Trichophyton rubrum
Here are some common uses of Oil of Oregano:
Added to foods, especially fruits or vegetables, it will help fight the microbes that often lie within. Also it helps to preserve leftovers by fighting potential bacteria that can and will grow especially on unwashed food.
After 1998 US Government testing of the oil and other spices, it was shown to be the best at keeping food from spoiling.
After washing vegetables thoroughly, you can soak them in water with a few drops of Oregano Oil added.
Use a few drops in your cleaning soaps for cleaning the sink, stove, counters, refrigerator, tables and floors. Use in the sponge or dish rag. When cleaning dishes, just add a few drops into the dishwater.
Add a few drops into a water spray bottle to disinfect the air. Use the spray in the bathrooms, toilets, sinks, and all rooms throughout the house.
Add a drop or two to your toothbrush to fight microbial infections, gum bleeding, decay and plaque formation. You really do not need toothpaste because of its toxic chemicals, especially fluoride. Oil of oregano is much better and is an excellent substitute when mixed with baking soda.
A few drops under your tongue, daily, as an antiviral, anti bacterial, anti parasitic, and as an antifungal. Oil of Oregano is an excellent microbial!
The nutritional value of wild oregano is a natural mineral treasure chest and one of the richest plant sources of trace minerals known. Oregano is equal to or better than any other food. It contains a high source of calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorous, copper, zinc, boron, potassium, and manganese. It contains 16 times more calcium than milk does and much more than even green leafy vegetables. It contains more iron than red meat, eggs, liver, or molasses, and all from a safe organic source.
Magnesium, an aid to calcium metabolism, is abundant in oregano. Oregano has higher magnesium than spinach, beet greens, whole grains, cashews or molasses. Magnesium is important for the function of bone formation and protein synthesis.
Oregano is richer in zinc than sardines, salmon, cheese, and whole grains, (and 80% of Americans are deficient in zinc)
Copper, potassium, niacin, thiamine, riboflavin, beta carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin K are also represented well as high sources of nutrients from oregano. It is also high in the pigment/flavonoids possessing antioxidant, anti inflammatory, and anti-pain properties, many of which are believed to fight cancer or help heal the body in its fight against cancer.
Excerpt from “Heal Thyself Optimum Health Forever” pg 159/163