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Oil of Oregano is a potent herbal antimicrobial that effectively tackles bacterial, yeast, fungal, and parasitic infections. It offers powerful antioxidant protection and immune system support, and helps relieve various respiratory conditions.
Protects against infectious organisms, including bacteria, yeast, fungi, and parasites
Provides antioxidant protection
Reduces inflammation and supports the immune system
Helps relieve respiratory and sinus conditions, and seasonal allergies
In liquid format, can be used topically to relieve muscle pain, insect bites, and minor skin conditions
Oil of Oregano is a potent herbal antimicrobial that effectively tackles bacterial, yeast, fungal, and parasitic infections. It offers powerful antioxidant protection and immune system support, and helps relieve various respiratory conditions. Natural Factors Organic Oil of Oregano is derived from wild-crafted Origanum vulgare using gentle steam distillation to ensure purity.
About Natural Factors
Natural Factors have been well established in the natural products industry for over fifty years. They continue to produce high-quality natural products, sourcing ingredients from their own Natural Factors Farms. They are one of very few companies who have complete control of their supply chain, securing the best quality raw ingredients, from seed selection to finished products. Learn more about Natural Factors.
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