Natural Rosacea Treatment: Oil of Oregano


Oil of Oregano and Rosacea By Dr. James Meschino, DC, MS, ND I want to talk to you about rosacea and how
to treat it using oil of oregano. Oil of oregano contains some active constituents that amazing
can kill certain viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms – even Candida type of infections.
It’s sort of like nature’s antibiotic, if you will, especially the P73 wild oregano
blend, which is the one that I use and recommend. I’ve used it to help people treat and manage
rosacea because it kills the bacteria and we also believe the skin mite that is associated
with rosacea. Most medical treatments for rosacea include
giving the patient antibiotics, but because rosacea is a chronic condition, you can’t
continue taking antibiotics repeatedly because you’ll end up with antibiotic resistance
and then eventually you will have strains of bacteria in your body that antibiotics
can’t kill. This can lead to a very serious problem, leading you susceptible to even greater,
more serious infections. You want antibiotics to be available to you if you really need
them down the road. I prefer using oil of oregano for things like
rosacea and other chronic infections. The active constituents that help it work so effectively
are these volatile oils called thymol and carvacrol, which are in the oil of oregano
product. I use the 250 mg. capsules of the P73 wild oregano blend because it’s very
useful for many chronic situations, including rosacea. In this case, the protocol I use
would be 4 capsules, twice a day. Then I would reduce the dosage as the patient begins to
experience improvement. Also, overnight I would have them apply an
oil of oregano cream in order to kill any surface bacteria or skin mites that may be
on their skin externally. Together, they produce a great affect.
When it comes to lifestyle changes, certain things can irritate or aggravate rosacea – ingesting
hot liquids, excessive alcohol, spicy foods and other irritants, such as over-exposure
to sunlight, extreme temperatures, air temperature extremes – both cold and warm air – and
even hot or cold water can either trigger or aggravate the condition. In addition, excessive
physical activity, stress and having an imbalance of the female hormones estrogen and progesterone
can also be contributing factors. On my website at http;//www.MeschinoHealth.com
you’ll find additional information on rosacea that you should read at some point, but for
now I feel it’s important for you to understand the value of using oil of oregano and its
properties that can kill some of the microorganism. This is a mainstay in natural management of
rosacea. Download the eBook I have right here, called Oil of Oregano; Nature’s Antibiotic.
It will help you better understand how to use oil of oregano in the proper way – how
to source the right oregano, how to use the correct dosage and which other nutrients will
increase the efficacy of the oregano. The eBook is available right here and you should
download it right away. At http://www.MeschinoHealth.com, you’ll
see my other research and review papers, you’ll see other videos that I’ve created, footage
from my live, professional seminars and other resources and downloads that I’ve created
that are free to help you lead a long, healthy and functional life. The idea is not to just
be alive but to be highly functional and have a great quality of life as the years tick
by. My review papers and my teaching materials
that you’ll see there have all the scientific references at the end so you’ll know you’re
getting only sound, scientific evidence-based information that you can rely on any health
topic you’re searching for. You should really make http://www.MeschinoHealth.com
as an ongoing and reliable resource for health and wellness information for both you and
your family members. Thanks so much for your time.

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