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March 21, 2005

Wild Oregano Oil Kills Bacteria & Other Infectious Diseases

One of the herbs found in kitchen spice racks has amazing antibacterial properties. Research has shown that the oil of wild oregano contains a chemical known as carvacrol, which in research tests killed dangerous staph bacteria, the fungus-causing yeast Candida albicans, as well as intestinal parasites.

Wild oregano oil is taken in capsules, or in concentrated liquid form.

Read more about oregano and oregano oil.


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