Oregano is often thought of as a cooking herb but few people are aware of its health benefits and medicinal uses, particularly when used as an oil.

The key ingredients in Oregano oil that have drawn all the attention from researchers are Carvacrol and Thymol.

These key ingredients make it an effective treatment for MRSA.

What are the benefits of Oregano oil?

Oregano can be taken orally as an internal treatment or it can be used topically on the skin.

Oregano oil is known to have the following properties:

  • Antioxidant
  • Antibacterial
  • Anti-inflammatory

It has a whole stack of health and medicinal benefits and is frequently used to treat respiratory tract disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, menstrual cramps, and urinary tract disorders.

When applied topically, it can help with various skin conditions, such as acne and dandruff as well as kill skin borne born bacteria such as MRSA.

Oregano is also used for the following illnesses and conditions:

  • The Common Cold
  • Muscle pain
  • Acne
  • Dandruff
  • Bronchitis
  • Bloating
  • Headaches
  • Allergies
  • Intestinal parasites
  • Fatigue
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Insect repellent

A recent study found that even a small amount of Carvacrol is more effective as an antimicrobial agent than 18 common pharmaceutical drugs!

This study also revealed that unlike other antibacterial agents, Oregano oil is still effective at boiling temperature and is also effective as a vapour.

This means that when used in an inhalation, it would be effective at killing any MRSA colonising the nasal cavity.

What are the side effects?

As a general rule, Oregano oil is generally very safe to use both internally and topically unless of course you have an allergy to Oregano.

If you are allergic to other herbs such as Lavender, Mint, Sage, and Basil you may want to use it wit caution.

Some people have also complained of stomach upsets in some people however I did not have this issue.

Also, pregnant women should avoid taking Oregano oil internally as an oral supplement.

Where can you get Oregano Oil?

Most health stores will offer several brands of Oregano oil, often in capsule form.

As with most supplements, you can purchase it online from places such as Amazon, often at a cheaper price.

If you live outside the US, you will just want to make sure that the seller offers International shipping.

Buyer beware…not all Oregano oil is made equal. There are brands out there that make various claims about the levels of Carvacrol and Thymol in their products and in some cases, their claims have been proven to be false.

For this reason, I will only recommend Nature’s Way Oregano Oil capsules.

This is because it is the only brand of Oregano oil that I used during my battle with MRSA and I know that it worked for me.

Because it was the only brand I used, I can’t speak for the effectiveness of other brands.

Do I recommend taking Oregano oil?

If you are suffering from MRSA…my answer is a definite yes.

Although I’m now MRSA free, I still take Oregano oil occasionally.

In these instances, I will take it for a week or so and it is generally only if I am suffering from one of the conditions listed earlier in this article.

Speaking from my personal experience, I found Oregano oil to be one of the most effective, if not the most effective topical treatments for MRSA.

I have also found it to be very effective since as a treatment for other conditions I have suffered since becoming MRSA free, such as a chest infection and a common cold.

I hope this advice helps you on your recovery from MRSA and feel free to leave a comment below.

Thanks for reading…






Disclaimer: I am an affiliate of this product.

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