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Hey Lynne, I looked on gaiaherbs.com and here is part of the information given on their site..."This plant has many volatile oils. The main volatile oils that have been researched in this plant are Carvacrol, Thymol, Eugenol and 1, 8 cineole. The plant also contains appreciable amounts of Rosmarinic acid and other anti… see more Hey Lynne, I looked on gaiaherbs.com and here is part of the information given on their site..."This plant has many volatile oils. The main volatile oils that have been researched in this plant are Carvacrol, Thymol, Eugenol and 1, 8 cineole. The plant also contains appreciable amounts of Rosmarinic acid and other antioxidants. Oregano is high in antioxidant activity, due to a high content of phenolic acids and flavonoids. Oregano contains key constituents that function synergistically to support the body�s natural resistance to microscopic invaders in the environment. Specifically, the volatile oils found in oregano, contain potent phenols, including carvacrol and thymol, which help to support a healthy microbial environment in the intestines and throughout the body." As far as the carvacrol level goes, here's a tidbit on that I found on http://www.oreganocures.com/carvacrol.html ..."A lot of attention has been given to the predominant phenol, Carvacrol, which is an important component of Oregano oil. Depending on the quality of the Oregano, part of the plant distilled, expertise of the distiller and yearly variations in growing conditions, Carvacrol can be found ranging from approximately 30-87% in traditionally (naturally) distilled oils." There's more to it on both pages, but that's a basic summery. I hope that is helpful :) see less Hey Lynne, I looked on gaiaherbs.com and here is part of the information given on their site..."This plant has many volatile oils. The main volatile oils that have been researched in this plant are Carvacrol, Thymol, Eugenol and 1, 8 cineole. The plant also contains appreciable amounts of Rosmarinic acid and other antioxidants. Oregano is high in antioxidant activity, due to a high content of phenolic acids and flavonoids. Oregano contains key constituents that function synergistically to support the body�s natural resistance to microscopic invaders in the environment. Specifically, the volatile oils found in oregano, contain potent phenols, including carvacrol and thymol, which help to support a healthy microbial environment in the intestines and throughout the body." As far as the carvacrol level goes, here's a tidbit on that I found on http://www.oreganocures.com/carvacrol.html ..."A lot of attention has been given to the predominant phenol, Carvacrol, which is an important component of Oregano oil. Depending on the quality of the Oregano, part of the plant distilled, expertise of the distiller and yearly variations in growing conditions, Carvacrol can be found ranging from approximately 30-87% in traditionally (naturally) distilled oils." There's more to it on both pages, but that's a basic summery. I hope that is helpful :)
T.Gonzales
· November 22, 2013
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Liquid Phyto-Caps
Is an expression of purity and integrity, all Gaia Herbs' Liquid Phyto-Cap products are 100% vegetarian, tested free of heavy metal toxicity, pesticides, microbial contamination-and contain no animal by-products (including gelatin). Liquid Phyto-Caps are also potent rapid-absorption technology develop… see more
Liquid Phyto-Caps
Is an expression of purity and integrity, all Gaia Herbs' Liquid Phyto-Cap products are 100% vegetarian, tested free of heavy metal toxicity, pesticides, microbial contamination-and contain no animal by-products (including gelatin). Liquid Phyto-Caps are also potent rapid-absorption technology developed exclusively by Gaia Herbs.
A patented delivery system developed exclusively by Gaia Herbs, Liquid Phyto-Caps offer the power of a liquid with the convenience of a capsule-providing the equivalent of more than 1,000 mg of raw herb per dose.
Liquid Phyto-Caps rapidly disintegrate within 10 to 12 minutes of ingestion and vastly outperform both gelatin and soft-gel capsules. see less
Liquid Phyto-Caps
Is an expression of purity and integrity, all Gaia Herbs' Liquid Phyto-Cap products are 100% vegetarian, tested free of heavy metal toxicity, pesticides, microbial contamination-and contain no animal by-products (including gelatin). Liquid Phyto-Caps are also potent rapid-absorption technology developed exclusively by Gaia Herbs.
A patented delivery system developed exclusively by Gaia Herbs, Liquid Phyto-Caps offer the power of a liquid with the convenience of a capsule-providing the equivalent of more than 1,000 mg of raw herb per dose.
Liquid Phyto-Caps rapidly disintegrate within 10 to 12 minutes of ingestion and vastly outperform both gelatin and soft-gel capsules.

SERB
Seller · May 20, 2016
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Oregano oil is purported to be anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic and is a powerful antioxidant. It should help support gut health. However, with all non-regulated supplements, you should check with your healthcare professional before use.
Bluestocking
· December 30, 2019
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No. Think of oregano as nature's antibiotic. It helps with colds and flu, and taken as a course, strengthens your immune system.
For a backache or muscle pain, if you want to go the holistic route, arnica Montana in pellets 200 strength, as well as a topical arnica cream made by Boiron, used in conjunction would help… see more
No. Think of oregano as nature's antibiotic. It helps with colds and flu, and taken as a course, strengthens your immune system.
For a backache or muscle pain, if you want to go the holistic route, arnica Montana in pellets 200 strength, as well as a topical arnica cream made by Boiron, used in conjunction would help.
But ultimately, it's important to address the underlying problem of why your back hurts. see less
No. Think of oregano as nature's antibiotic. It helps with colds and flu, and taken as a course, strengthens your immune system.
For a backache or muscle pain, if you want to go the holistic route, arnica Montana in pellets 200 strength, as well as a topical arnica cream made by Boiron, used in conjunction would help.
But ultimately, it's important to address the underlying problem of why your back hurts.

alla bevzenko
· April 22, 2019
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The oregano used in this product is wild harvested from Europe. Wild harvested ingredients do not qualify as certified organic. However, all raw materials, including certified organic materials must pass testing for herbicides and pesticides, as well as heavy metals, identity, and microbial contamination before use i… see more The oregano used in this product is wild harvested from Europe. Wild harvested ingredients do not qualify as certified organic. However, all raw materials, including certified organic materials must pass testing for herbicides and pesticides, as well as heavy metals, identity, and microbial contamination before use in Gaia products. You can view exact sourcing information for each batch of product by browsing at http://meetyourherbs.com/#/browse see less The oregano used in this product is wild harvested from Europe. Wild harvested ingredients do not qualify as certified organic. However, all raw materials, including certified organic materials must pass testing for herbicides and pesticides, as well as heavy metals, identity, and microbial contamination before use in Gaia products. You can view exact sourcing information for each batch of product by browsing at http://meetyourherbs.com/#/browse
Gaia Herbs
· April 23, 2019
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Yeah, I think it should be ok. It could be a partial separation of the oils since it is a mix of different oils or ingredients.
Rachel
· October 10, 2019
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No...I have never heard of that brand. Sorry...:-)
Edith Corley
· July 6, 2020
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I have taken O of O multiple times for up to a month at a time. I have never noticed any green on my tongue.
Jennifer
· May 4, 2019
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Gaia Herbs Oil of Oregano is a supercritical extract of oregano, a non-toxic method of extraction which concentrates the oil soluble components of herbs. This is different from a steam distilled essential oil, as it extracts more than just essential oils from the plant. The supercritical extract is mixed with a small a… see more Gaia Herbs Oil of Oregano is a supercritical extract of oregano, a non-toxic method of extraction which concentrates the oil soluble components of herbs. This is different from a steam distilled essential oil, as it extracts more than just essential oils from the plant. The supercritical extract is mixed with a small amount of lecithin prior to encapsulation. The oregano used in this product is wild harvested from Europe. Wild harvested ingredients do not qualify as certified organic. However, all raw materials, including certified organic materials must pass testing for herbicides and pesticides, as well as heavy metals, identity, and microbial contamination before use in Gaia products. You can view exact sourcing information for each batch of product by entering your ID# at https://www.gaiaherbs.com/pages/meet-your-herbs or scrolling to the bottom of the product page to meet the latest batch. see less Gaia Herbs Oil of Oregano is a supercritical extract of oregano, a non-toxic method of extraction which concentrates the oil soluble components of herbs. This is different from a steam distilled essential oil, as it extracts more than just essential oils from the plant. The supercritical extract is mixed with a small amount of lecithin prior to encapsulation. The oregano used in this product is wild harvested from Europe. Wild harvested ingredients do not qualify as certified organic. However, all raw materials, including certified organic materials must pass testing for herbicides and pesticides, as well as heavy metals, identity, and microbial contamination before use in Gaia products. You can view exact sourcing information for each batch of product by entering your ID# at https://www.gaiaherbs.com/pages/meet-your-herbs or scrolling to the bottom of the product page to meet the latest batch.
Gaia Herbs
· June 27, 2019