With more people becoming interested in natural remedies, it is important to know not only how to use different remedies, but also what they are used for. Oregano is more commonly used as a kitchen herb, but the oil actually has many different benefits to both your health and your body.

Wild oregano oil is considered to be one of the best natural supplements that you can get, and is produced form the leaves of the plant. Like any other supplements, it is packed full of antioxidants, which have many different positive health benefits. Oregano oil has been used for many years, which in turn means that lots of research has been carried out in its use and benefits and it has been suggested that it is one of the most potent natural remedies in existence.

So, just what is oregano oil, and why is it that it has become so popular? Like we previously said, oregano oil is derived from the leaves and flowers of the plant and although there are over forty different species, it is the wild oregano that is the most therapeutically beneficial. These plants are native to Mediterranean regions, and are dried and harvested when the oil content of the plant is at its highest, before being distilled. The final result is a golden oil, which has a strong spicy odour – a little reminder to the links it has with the kitchen and flavouring food.

The most common use of wild oregano oil is as a natural insect repellent; however, it does have a wealth of other benefits. This super oil is definitely not a one trick pony, and research has suggested that it is effective at fighting infection, due to the number of antioxidants that are found in the product. It is only a natural assumption then that wild oregano oil would also protect your body against potential harmful organisms when taken daily, preventing you from getting unwell.

It is an excellent source of natural, and essential nutrients, such as magnesium, zinc and vitamins C and E, which can all lead to digestive aid. A good gut aids good health, and this wonder oil is known to stimulate the flow of bile into the digestive organs, which in turn enhances the digestive process. It is also incredibly effective at easing discomfort and pain, with studies suggesting that when wild oregano oil is used topically on the skin, it can relieve soreness and muscle discomfort.

The benefits do not stop there though, and it has been suggested that it does not only help allergy sufferers, by producing a sedating effect on the allergy, encouraging relieve, it also has anti-ageing properties, which is something that a lot of women particularly are trying to find. Over the past few years, anti-ageing products have taken the world by storm, and wild oregano oil is so packed full of antioxidants, which will defend and block certain ageing accelerators.

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