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Kno wledge H ouse | 1997 | ISBN: 0911119744 | 156 pages | PDF | 9,7 MB
Excerpt from Chapter One:
“No one in America seems to know a great deal about oil of oregano, although everyone is familiar with the pizza spice. The plant from which oil of oregano is derived is different than the oregano with which we are familiar. It is a substance derived from a special species of wild oregano, which is botanically and chemically distinct compared to commercial oregano.
“All species of true oregano belong to the mint family. However, there are dozens of species plus a variety of subspecies. Of the 60-plus species of oregano or oregano-like plants, relatively few possess significant medicinal powers.
“Three products are discussed in this book: oil of oregano, oregano juice, and crushed wild oregano. The crushed wild oregano consists of the entire herb, which is in its original natural state. The only processing it undergoes is that it is sun-dried. Oil of oregano is the essential oil of the wild oregano plant, which is produced by steam distillation. Oregano essence is the water soluble extract of wild oregano, which is also produced by steam distillation. Oil of oregano, the essence (or juice), and the crushed herb are strictly products of Nature, substances which exhibit curative powers superseding anything previously known in America as well as the rest of the Western world.
“…Oil of oregano’s antiseptic powers are immense. Nothing else in Nature can match it, and pharmaceutical drugs are weaklings compared to it. Singlehandedly, it can kill and/or block the growth of virtually any fungus. It destroys viruses and parasites. Furthermore, it inhibits the growth of as well as destroys the majority of bacteria, something that prescription antibiotics often fail to accomplish. According to the latest research (2001) it even destroys super-germs, that is the ones which are antibiotic-resistant. Plus, there is no evidence of bacterial resistance, a property unheard of in today’s pharmaceuticals.
“Researchers have tested a variety of spices for purported antibiotic activity. This research was performed in the hope of finding spices that could halt or impede the spoilage of food. Of all spices tested oregano was the only one to exhibit significant antifungal and antibacterial activity. This ability to destroy both bacteria and fungi makes oregano oil unique in the spice kingdom. Finding it difficult to believe that a natural substance could be this powerful, the federal government also tested oil of oregano. In an attempt to prove it didn’t work they found the opposite: oil of oregano killed every germ against which it was tested. Nine pathogens succumbed, including samonella, E. coli, listeria, staph, pseudomonas, and molds.”
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