What it’s used for
Oregano, in various forms, is used worldwide to naturally relieve signs and symptoms involving the respiratory system, gastrointestinal tract, and an array of skin and oral conditions. For more information on the scientific studies and research about oregano, scroll to the "Research Methods" section at the bottom of this page.
Why it works
The phenols & terpenes naturally contained within the oregano plant have varying "anti" properties. Among these are the highly sought after antimicrobial properties, which include antibiotic, antibiofilm, antifungal, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-insecticidal, antiparasitic and antispasmodic, to name just a few.
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).