Oregano Essential Oil

Oregano Essential Oil

(Origanum vulgare)

topical aromatic

Oregano essential oil is used aromatically and topically while Oregano Vitality™ Essential oil is a dietary oil and therefore can be ingested.

oregano

While more commonly known as a spice used in cooking, Oregano is a key oil used in the Raindrop Technique and can be used in massage after exercise.  The warm, woody and herbaceous scent of Oregano can also be used aromatically for it’s calming properties.

The primary chemical components of Oregano are carvacol and thymol.  Google these constituents to learn more about the many benefits of Oregano!

How to use: For aromatic or topical use.  Diffuse, inhale, or add to bath water.  Apply to crown of head, back of neck, behind ears or inside wrists.  Possible skin sensitivity.

  1. Oregano is a warming oil and feels great on the skin when diluted and applied after a workout or during massage.
  2. Diffuse Oregano to help purify the air and dispel odors.
  3. Place 10 drops of Oregano to distilled water and place in a spray bottle for an effective and great smelling surface cleaner.
  4. Diffuse Oregano to help energize the mind!
  5. Due to it’s cleansing abilities, Oregano is a great oil to dilute and use on your feet and toenails.

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Oregano Vitality essential oil

 OREGANO VITALITY

(Origanum vulgare)

dietary

Oregano (Origanum vulgare) includes the naturally occurring constituent carvacrol. Oregano, when taken as a dietary supplement, supports a healthy lifestyle regimen and may also be used to enhance the flavor of foods and your favorite savory recipes. Oregano is an important ingredient in ImmuPower™ and a key oil in the Raindrop Technique®.

Oregano essential oil smells just like you think it would smell – like a pizzeria.  But associating oregano only with Italian cooking does not do this oil justice as it contains many healthy and helpful vitamins and minerals.

Caution: Oregano essential oil is a HOT oil and can cause irritation to the skin and mucus membrane if taken in high concentrations or dosages. ALWAYS DILUTE OREGANO

How to use: For internal use. To use as a dietary supplement, add to food, water or other beverages. Can also place a few drops in a vegetable capsule and take internally to support overall wellness.

  1. Cooking:  Infuse your favorite recipes with the enticing aroma and taste of Oregano.  Essential oils are VERY potent.  Start by dipping a toothpick in your oil and dragging it through your food.
  2. Tomato Pasta Sauce: Add 1 drop of Oregano Vitality essential oil and 1 drop each of Rosemary Vitality and Thyme Vitality essential oils to tomato sauce base
  3. Pasta Water: For a less powerful herb taste, instead of adding to the pasta sauce, simply add 1 drop Oregano Vitality oil , Rosemary Vitality and or Basil Vitality to the water before cooking spaghetti pasta
  4. Olive Oil: Add various culinary herb essential oils to your olive oil, such as Oregano Vitality . Pour over a plate of balsamic vinegar and use foccacia bread for dipping.
  5. Marinade:  add to your marinade for a Mediterranean flare!

Med marinade

Source: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/light-up-your-summer-with-essential-oil-infused-marinades/

 

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