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Best Natural Cold Cure: Joy of the Mountains Oil of Oregano

When the seasons start changing I usually feel cold symptoms coming on. But they tend to stay at bay because of my love (and hate) of Oil of Oregano. This immune boosting miracle oil has prevented and healed sickness for me on numerous occasions. And the best part is that it is completely natural.

What is Oil of Oregano Good For?

Essentially Oil of Oregano discourages the growth of harmful microrganisms, parasites, and viruses.  It also is great for candida, muscle pain, joint pain, infections, digestive health and inflammation. It can be used both internally and topically.

Best Brand of Oil of Oregano?

My favourite is brand  Joy of the Mountains Oil of Oregano which is composed of certified organic, freshly distilled and pure oregano oil. You can grab a 30 ml bottle for around $29 CAD in your local health food store, but don’t be afraid by the price – this should last you a while. What you may be afraid of is the taste. When you first try it, test with 3-4 drops under your tongue. Swallow slowly and be prepared for some sensation in the back of your throat. This is normal. I like to think of the feeling as though it is actively killing germs.

Where to Buy:

Natural health food stores

Planet Organic, Capers, Whole Foods

Alive Health Centers


Get well soon!



As a note, a few cautions:

  • Though oregano oil is natural, it is still wise to consult your health care practitioner before using it and to determine correct dosages

  • If you have an allergy to any herbs in the mint family, which includes thyme, basil, mint, and sage, you may also have a sensitivity to oil of oregano

  • If with topical use you notice any irritation, discontinue use

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  • Tisdaleabigail

    how do you use it for pimples

  • Tisdaleabigail

    please I had this problem when I was 15 years and now 17 what how do I use the
    Joy of the Mountains Oil of Oregano for pimples

    • Hi There :-) As for acne, I would not topically put it on the pimple. Oil of Oregano is antimicrobial and antibacterial, but it might not be the cure to acne. When dealing with pimples first always take a look at your diet, then take a look at your face products. If you have dairy or gluten in your diet and suffer from acne, try cutting them out for a few weeks and see if you notice a difference. Drink enough water to help your skin detoxify naturally and ensure that you are getting enough rest. When it comes to acne, the basics are usually the most useful.
      On top of that, take a look at the products you are using and ensure that you are cleaning your face properly if you wear makeup. A facial cleansing brush is a great accessory to ensure you’re lifting up the grime each evening.

      Hope this helps!

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