Gaia Herbs, Oil of Oregano, 60 Vegetarian Liquid Phyto-Caps
By Gaia Herbs18 Reviews
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0.67 lbs (0.3 kg)
- Product Code: GAI-39950
- UPC Code: 751063399500
- Package Quantity: 60 Vegetarian Liquid Phyto-Caps
- Dimensions: 2.2 x 2.2 x 4 in, 0.4 lbs (0.18 kg)
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- Plant Intelligence
- Single Herbs
- Dietary Supplement
Oregano leaf extract: 460 mg
Natural antioxidant source - Carvacrol & Thymol: 64 mg
Individual herbs in their vibrant, natural form support each person uniquely. Gaia Herbs' Single herbs contain concentrated extracts of an individual herb, to deliver nature's vitality to you.
Oil of Oregano
A natural antioxidant source, Oil of Oregano contains phytochemicals. Gaia Herbs' supercritical CO2 extract of Oregano volatile oils contains phenols, including Carvacrol and Thymol.
The Gaia Difference
Liquid potency, easy absorption - Alcohol-free Liquid Phyto-Caps U.S. Patent No. 6,238,696 B1
100% vegetarian, dairy free, no gluten-containing ingredients - Easily digestible plant-derived capsule
Laboratory tested for purity - Free of heavy-metal toxicity
Adults take 1 capsule 2 times daily between meals. Suggested maximum time of use 2-4 weeks or as recommended by your health care practitioner.
Soy lecithin (non-GMO), capsule (vegetable cellulose)
Each 2 capsules contain 5,250 mg dry herb equivalent.
Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation. If you have a medical condition or take medications, please consult with your doctor before using this product. Keep away from children. Use only as directed on label. Safety sealed for your protection. Keep bottle capped at all times and store in a cool dry place. Natural separation may occur. This does not affect product quality.
|Serving Size: 2 Capsules|
|Servings Per Container: 30|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Oregano herb, (Mediterranean) Supercritical CO2 Extract + (Origanum Spp.) (64 mg † Carvacrol and Thymol)||460 mg||†|
|†Daily Value not established.
+ = Ecologically Harvested
iHerb Customer Reviews
I generally trust Gaia brand more than most others, and this product is one reason: The oregano oil inside the capsules is dark, rich and thick, not runny and light as in so many other oil of oregano capsules. It is more expensive intially, but it's so potent that it really is a good value. Oil of Oregano is one of those anti-microbials, together with Neem and Barlean's Olive Leaf Extract and Monolaurin, that I always have at home and that I carry when I travel as part of a natural first-aid kit. Try Oil of Oregano if you're suffering from gastrointestinal upset, and it's also good (I've found) for hayfever and other allergy-related congestion. If I could offer a suggestion, it would be to take Oil of Oregano only when needed — this is too powerful to be taken as a daily supplement unless directed to do so by a medical professional — and because it's so powerfully anti-microbial, you ought to consume probiotics after you've finished treating, to replace the good flora that may have been killed off by the Oil of Oregano.
This stuff is powerful. If I am ill, I will take a double or even triple the dose until symptoms subside. Oil of oregano has helped me heal from tonsillitis, urinary tract infections, and the food poisoning. During an epidemic, oil of oregano along with raw garlic, olive leaf extract, and high doses of vitamin C would be my close companions.