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NOW Oil of Oregano Blend, new label style

NOW - Oil of Oregano with Olive Oil

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Info: 30 ml (1 fl oz) Dropper Bottle

This product is temporarily unavailable from our supplier. Please see a related product, Oreganol P73 Oil of Oregano, from North American Herb & Spice.

Oregano isn't just a spice or food preservative: it's been used as a medicinal herb for millennia. It's now known to have a high antioxidant content, since it contains phenolic compounds such as carvacrol and thymol, which can support immune function, and it can also kill bacteria.

Product Notes:

This liquid form of Oil of Oregano uses the most active species available (Origanum vulgare, standardized to 60% Carvacrol), but because oregano oil in its pure form can be so strong that it may irritate skin and mucous membranes, it's diluted here in a base of high-quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil, and can be safely taken as-is (when added to water or a drink).


Each 0.03 ml drop contains:

0.0075 ml Oil of Oregano (Origanum vulgare) (60% carvacrol)

Non-medicinal ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Suggested Usage:

Adults: Use 1 to 2 drops, 1 to 3 times daily (one drop is 0.03 ml). Mix in water or juice and consume with food. If taking supplements containing iron, zinc, calcium or copper, take this a few hours before or after them (not with them).


Keep out of reach of children. Do not exceed recommended dosage. Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or have hypersensitivity or an allergy to herbs in the Lamiaceae family of plants such as basil, hyssop, lavender, marjoram, mint, and sage. Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen. Discontinue use if you experience gastrointestinal upset.

Health Canada Natural Product Number: 80039782.

Supporting Science:

Liao, F., Huang, Q., Yang, Z., Xu, H., and Gao, Q. "Experimental study on the antibacterial effect of origanum volatile oil on dysentery bacilli in vivo and in vitro." J Huazhong.Univ Sci.Technolog.Med Sci. 2004.

Friedman, M., Henika, P. R., and Mandrell, R. E. "Bactericidal activities of plant essential oils and some of their isolated constituents against Campylobacter jejuni, Escherichia coli, Listeria monocytogenes, and Salmonella enterica." J Food Prot. 2002.

UPC / Barcode: 733739875778