Oregano lat. Origanum vulgare is also known as "dost" in Germany (as a result we call us DOSTOFARM). Oregano is a marvel magic bullet against bacteriums and fungals and is considered to be a natural killer of germs.
The ingredients of oregano are of high-value and versatile.
Oregano contains essential oil which is composed of different components.
Above all, the components thymol and carvacrol in oregano and oregano-oil were considered attentively by healers, shamans and pharmacologists all through the centuries, because of their antibacterial and antifungal effects.
Modern science gives a lot of evidence for the effectiveness of thymol and carcavrol in oregano. Oregano affects antiseptic, antifungal and antiviral. Today oregano is known primariliy as an aromatic spice for pizza, but the healing effect of oregano survived up to now and is demonstrated through many scientific observations.
According to that, oregano is extremely versatile, if adequate dosed and in useful dosage form.
The active substances of oregano proved oneself against gastrointestinal disorder like diarrhea, constipation, flatulences and lack of appetite.
Even symptoms of cold or dermatological complaints could be handled sucessfully with orgegano-products.
In traditional medicine oregano was used as oregano-tea or oregano-tincture. Today modern practice allows the creation of oregano-based-products in many dosage-forms for meeting all requirements of the consumer in relation to concentration of active ingredients and using-forms.
In animal nutrition the use of medication and antibiotics is seen more and more critical, so natural alternatives are becoming more important. Oregano in animal husbandry is e.g. used in feed related digestive disorders. Studies show good effects against bacterical diseases like E.Coli or Clostridium, but also against endoparasites like coccidiosis, cryptosporidiosis, or histomoniasis (black head disease).
But not every oregano has the same effect! How Dosto Oregano is produced and what makes it one of a kind, you can see here.
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