This is the time of year when people really start to become vigilant about their health as flu season approaches. Unfortunately, 2020 has been anything but normal; people have a heightened awareness of healthy living and are going out of their way to stay as healthy as possible in any way possible. This is especially true as hybrid learning is being implemented into back to school.  With the new added natural honey flavor found in the Future Pharm product, your kids will give it a thumbs up. If you’re looking for another tool in your healthy living arsenal, try wild oil of oregano to fight flu and colds this season.

What is Wild Oil of Oregano used for?

Wild oil of oregano (“WOOO”) can be used for a natural healing alternative. It’s best known for its impact on colds and flu as it’s a powerful antimicrobial. It has a potent anti-inflammatory effect and has been proven to reverse or reduce bacterial infections, allergies, inflammation, viruses, and more. The key ingredient in wild oil of oregano is carvacrol, which offers many health benefits in particular.

What Is Carvacrol?

Carvacrol is the chemical found in several plants and herbs such as wild bergamot, thyme, and pepperwort, but it is most abundant in the oregano plant. Carvacrol gives oregano a slightly spicy flavor, is colorless, and has a definite warm odor. This substance exhibits tremendous anti-microbial properties and makes it useful in the production of cosmetics, food preservatives, and for treating some diseases. Pure carvacrol has about half the ability to wipe out pathogens as pure oregano oil according to laboratory tests. While carvacrol can be found in several plants and herbs, chances are you’re not eating those in great abundance to the point you’ll enjoy the health benefits you need to fight flu and colds. The better way to get more carvacrol into your health routine is by taking a wild oil of oregano product.

How will WOOO keep me fight colds and flu?

Studies show that oregano oil is at least as effective at killing bacteria as prescribed antibiotics. According to this publication, oregano oil has antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties. It goes on to state, “Carvacrol is responsible for the biological activities of oregano. Many diverse activities of carvacrol such as antitumor, antimutagenic, antigenotoxic, analgesic, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, angiogenic, antiparasitic, antiplatelet, AChe inhibitory, antielastase, insecticidal, antihepatotoxic, and hepatoprotective activities”. This was an exciting publication because it speaks to the value of having rosemary combined with oil of oregano just we have it in our Wild Oil of Oregano with Rosemary product with natural honey flavor! They called it the “synergies of oregano and rosemary”, again discussing its microbial activity and effectiveness. There are many studies that show the antimicrobial and antifungal benefits of WOOO, which can help protect your body fight flu and colds. Here is a shortlist of how WOOO can benefit your health:

  • Natural antibiotic properties
  • Allergies and infections
  • Flu, colds, bronchitis & croup
  • Parasites
  • Fights against antibiotic resistance bugs
  • Digestion
  • Viruses
  • Immune system
  • Sinus Infections

Why Future Pharm Wild Oil of Oregano with Rosemary is different

If you look online, there’s no shortage of oregano oils to be found. So, what makes our product so unique and different? Plenty! First, we’re the first product to add rosemary to our WOOO. As mentioned previously, adding rosemary provides an additional healthy benefit to our product; most other oregano products don’t have rosemary. Rosemary aids circulation helps alleviate muscle pain, improves memory, and gives our immune system a boost.  We also added a natural honey flavor to our product, sourced from the United States, with no sugar added.

If you’re looking to fight flu and colds this season, adding Wild Oil of Oregano with Rosemary and natural honey flavor is a smart choice. Stock up now by visiting our store. Stay healthy in 2020 and beyond!