min. 55% Carvacrol
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Where is NowFoods Oregano Oil derived from and how do they dilute Oregano Oil?
NOW® Oregano Oil is a highly concentrated all-natural extract that should be diluted before use. We recommend diluting Oregano Oil in Olive Oil at a ratio of 1:4 – 1 ounce of Oregano Oil in 4 ounces of Olive Oil or another food grade oil. Because Oregano is highly concentrated it should never be used undiluted, unless in external applications. Even then, please exercise caution. Even though this is a natural product, its concentration is much higher than that found naturally.
Nowfoods Oregano Oil is derived from origanum vulgare, which is grown in the Mediterannean. It contains a minimum of 55% carvacrol, one of the active components naturally occurring in Oregano. Our product is all natural and not genetically modified in any way.
Oregano is an ancient culinary herb whose name means joy-of-the-mountain. It was well known and used by herbalist/physicians in ancient Egypt. In Aristotle's day, Greek herbalists used oregano for medicinal purposes and as an antidote. Oregano has been widely used in Europe as a spice in food and treasured for its value as an herbal supplement. These softgels offer the quality and potency of oregano in a convenient softgel form.
Note: Oil of Oregano: Aromatic.Powerful antimicrobial,extremely potent,use sparingly. Carvacrol is an active ingredient.
Serving Size: 1 softgel
Suggested Use: As an herbal dietary supplement, take 1 softgel 1-2 times daily, with meals
Oregano oil (Origanum vulgare) (min. 55% Carvacrol) 0.2 mL / 181.0 mg *
Ginger oil (Zingiber officinale) 0.02 mL / 17.6 mg *
Fennel oil (Foeniculum vulgare) 0.02 mL / 19.3 mg *
Free of: sugar, salt, starch, yeast, wheat, corn, milk, preservatives
Other Ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Gelatin, Glycerin, Water, Enteric Coating and Carob.
Warnings: Caution: Please discard the inedible freshness packet enclosed.
Disclaimers: Natural separation of oils may occur in this product.
Oregano grows on hillsides and in dry woodlands and has a spicy, aromatic scent.