What it’s used for
The chemical components in oregano oil have been scientifically studied and shown to to naturally relieve signs & symptoms involving the skin, respiratory system and GI tract: People around the world are using oregano to naturally relieve signs & symptoms of UTI’s, parasites, viruses, bacterial & fungal overgrowth, oral care and a wide range of skin conditions.
Why it works
The chemical components within the plant (terpenes, phenols...) have properties that include antibiotic, antibiofilm, antifungal, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-insecticidal, antiparasitic and antispasmodic, to name just a few.
Oregano oil is used worldwide to naturally relieve signs & symptoms involving the respiratory and GI tracts, UTI’s, parasites, viruses, bacterial & fungal overgrowth, oral care and a wide range of skin conditions.
WildCaps - Formulated from our pure organic wildcrafted Origanum oil. The one and only non-enteric coated, plant-based capsule. WildCaps are capable of targeted intestinal release or traditional release in the stomach.
Ingredients: Organic Oregano Oil (100mg, about 5 drops), Organic Coconut Oil, Sunflower Lecithin, Vegetable Cellulose (Non-GMO).
Manufactured and bottled in cGMP facilities, exclusively for ReThinkOil.
*Please note - Our capsules contain sunflower lecithin. The color of the capsules will range from medium to dark brown, depending on the production lot.
Do not use oregano if you are allergic to or have a sensitivity to the Lamiaceae family of flowering plants: basil, mint, rosemary, sage, savory, marjoram, oregano, hyssop, thyme, lavender or perilla.
Oregano is generally recognized as safe (GRAS) by the FDA. When properly diluted, it can be used internally, orally and externally by most people.
Consult a physician prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Oregano oil can work synergistically with some pharmaceutical medications, enhancing their effects. Synergy may be a welcome effect when combining oregano oil and prescription antibiotics, but not when combining oregano oil with anti-coagulant medications (prescription and/or herbal).
DELAYED RELEASE vs. ENTERIC COATING:
When dosing for intestinal release, WildCaps is capable of releasing in the Duodenum (first part of the small intestines). After release, the contents move throughout the intestines until fully absorbed.
*Enteric coated caps will bypass this area entirely, not releasing until reaching a ph of 7-9, about half way down the small intestines--in the jejunum (ph of 7-9) or the ileum (ph of 7-8).