Oregacyn Oil by North American Herb & Spice - 1oz.
OregaRESP is the only multiple spice extract made with handpicked spices from remote mountain regions. OregaRESP contains P73 wild oregano, high mountain sage, and cumin, with concentrated CO2-extracted cinnamon. Take six drops with or without meals twice daily. May also be used topically.
This is the oil form of the multiple spice oil complex, potent and well-tolerated, for supporting immune & respiratory health plus far more.
Ingredients: Wild Hign Mountain oregano blend P73,Wild mountainous sage, Cumin ( high mountain blend ),Cinnamon bark oil
Suggested Use: For immune and respiratory support take 5 drops with or without meals twice daily. Take more if needed.May also be used topically.
Information about OregaResp(formerly Oregacyn) Oil: Oregacyn is completely edible and is made from natural spices and herbs, including a proprietary P73 wild oregano blend.
North American Herb & Spice was the first company on the American market to introduce edible Oil of Oregano. They are the oregano experts! This was the result of extensive research and the personal experiences of the company's founders. To be edible, this essential oil must be made only from wild, mountain-grown, Mediterranean oregano, free of all chemicals and pesticides. Oregacyn. It also has to be emulsified in a carrier oil such as extra virgin olive oil, which is used by North American Herb & Spice in its oil of oregano. The oregano we use is the real, 100% Mediterranean oregano, guaranteed to be handpicked in the pristine, untarnished wilderness. We even PAY the villagers to limit picking to preserve and protect the plants. Our oil is produced by old-fashioned cold pressing and steam distillation. We use no chemicals to extract it.
We take pride in our oil being the only oregano product on the market extensively researched.
For additional information on oregano and other herbs, research from around the world is available through your local library. Many studies demonstrating the benefits of oregano have been published in scientific journals. Perhaps the most complete resource available on oregano that is easily understandable by the lay person is the book 'The Cure is in the Cupboard: How to Use Oregano for Better Health', by Dr. Cass Ingram.
We have been followed by other companies trying to copy our success with oil of oregano. Many of them label their product "Oregano" or use the Latin name "Oreganum Vulgare" to make it sound very scientific. This Latin name is used by botanists to describe over 60 different types of plants, often having no other similarities with true oregano except taste (like Thymus capitus from Spain or Mexican Sage). True oregano grows only under specific soil and climate conditions and can not be reproduced in your own backyard, even if the same seeds are planted. It's the perfect growing conditions found in the mountains of the Mediterranean that produce oregano with active, beneficial substances and without compounds that can be harmful to health when taken in concentrated dosages. Thymol is the harmful substance present in many inferior grades of oregano oil, and our oil has no thymol. Carvacrol content is a good indicator of high quality oregano oil, and our products have over 64%. But carvacrol is no the only indicator of high quality oregano, as the plant produces over 50 known-to-date substances which work synergistically to provide its benefits.