Oleogel Protect

Oleogel Protect  is a food supplement made from the extract of Origanum compactum  also known as Origanum Vulgare spp Vulgare, an oregano plant, from Morocco.

Description

Product Write Up

 Some of the prescription antibiotics are that they are only effective against bacterial infections. If our illness is viral and we take an antibiotic, we’re risking the loss of beneficial bacteria in our bodies and aiding the creation of bacteria-resistant superbugs, all with no healing benefit. Even when we are facing a bacterial illness, finding the right antibiotic is much more effective than prescribing a broad-spectrum antibiotic.

What is Oregano Essential Oil

Oregano (Origanum vulgare) is an herb that is a member of the mint family (Labiatae). Oregano has been considered a precious plant commodity for over 2,500 years in folk medicines that originated across the globe. It has a very long use in traditional medicine for treating colds, indigestion and upset stomachs.

Beyond Bacteria

We could go on for pages about the antibiotic effects of oregano oil, but there’s more to it than that. Unlike pharmaceutical antibiotics that are essentially one trick ponies, oregano oil carries with it so many more benefits. It is indeed the ultimate natural treatment and an answer to standard antibiotics.

Within the oregano essential oil extract, a phenol component called carvacrol is arguably the reason that oil of oregano is so strong. When you search the PubMed database of peer-reviewed literature, carvacrol is referenced in more than 800 separate returns. Researchers are intrigued by this component.

Some of the conditions carvacrol and oregano oil have been indicated for, aside from bacterial infections, include fungi, parasites, viruses, inflammation, cell death, tumors, pain, histamine reactions, and oxidative stress.

Oil of Oregano has been tested side by side with antibiotics like penicillin and vancomycin and shown to be as protective for the same infection. The best attribute of Wild Oil of Oregano is that humans do not develop a resistance. People develop strains of bacteria that become resistant to antibiotics. This means that the antibiotics no longer penetrate the organism and the infection persists. The only symptoms of overdose are rash and vomiting.

When used in low doses, oil of oregano has been favorably compared to the efficacy of antibiotics such as streptomycin, penicillin and vancomycin when it comes to fighting Staphylococcus bacteria.

Dr. Harry G. Preuss of Georgetown University presented his study’s findings, which confirm that oil of oregano reduces infection “as effectively as traditional antibiotics.” (Published in Science Daily)

The Journal of Applied Microbiology reported that among 52 plant oils tested, oregano was considered to have “pharmacologic” action against common bugs such as Candida albicans (yeast), E. coli, Salmonella enterica and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

Product Packaging

Outer packaging Description: HDPE Food Grade Plastic Bottle, named, labeled with company hologram.

Net Weight Per Softgel: 500 milligrams

Number of Softgel: 80

Shelf Life: Two (2) years from the date of production if the product is still sealed in its original package

Storage Requirements
  1. Store at room temperature (28º degrees Celsius)
  2. Do not expose to sunlight to avoid oxidation.
Recommended Daily Usage

4 Softgel per day:

  • 2 softgel: 30 minutes after breakfast
  • 1 softgel: 30 minutes after lunch
  • 1 softgel: before bedtime

*or as prescribed by a healthcare practitioner

Precautions
  1. Not Recommended for children, pregnant Women and lactating mother.
  2. Individual under drug treatment should secure approval from their physician prior to consumption of this Food Supplement.
  3. Discontinue use for two (2) weeks prior to surgery.
No Approved Therapeutic Claims

MAHALAGANG PAALALA: ANG OLEOGEL-PROTECT AY HINDI GAMOT AT HINDI DAPAT GAMITING PANGGAMOT SA ANUMANG URI NG SAKIT.

Country of Origin

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