Oregano Oil for Killing Parasites

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Oregano Oil for Killing Parasites

Use Oregano Oil for killing parasites.  Oil of Oregano is a strong anti-parasitic and is extremely effective at eliminating parasites in humans. Oregano oil is by far one of the most potent oils for killing parasites.

The predominant healing compound, carvacrol, is the most important component of oregano oil’s potency.  Our latest batch of Super Strength Oregano Oil has a massive 84.89% Carvacrol content of (the oil).

Use two to three drops of oregano oil in an empty gel capsule, water or juice and drink this three times a day.

The key element is carvacrol the primary component, with small traces of thymol, linalol and about seven others make up the “fungicidal and worm-expellant properties” of oil of oregano”. These phenols will constitute 100% of (the oil).

Properties in oregano essential oil can prevent parasites from forming biofilms which significantly weakens the strength of their population. Microorganisms produce biofilms to protect themselves from our immune system and to form into a larger community. Tea tree oil and Thyme oil are also known to disrupt this biofilm.

 Parasites may carry other viruses or toxins inside of them. One virus that parasites may carry is Lyme. Carvacrol, the primary active constituent in oregano oil has been shown to work against the Lyme’s ability to multiply.

The other plant compounds of Oregano Oil that really stand out is Thymol which helps protect against toxins and fights fungal and parasitic infections. Thyme Oil has a larger concentration of Thymol than Oregano Oil.

oregano oil for killing parasites

How to Kill Parasites Naturally

Many people just use Oregano Oil for killing parasites. However, another strong anti-paratitic is Clove Oil. Apart from being a strong natural parasite killer, Clove Essential Oil is also a very powerful antioxidant. You could Clove Oil with Oregano OilThyme Essential Oil and Tea Tree Essential Oil is also commonly used.

More Ways to Kill Parasites Naturally

Black walnut and Pumpkin Seeds are also commonly used in anti-parasitic strategies.

Remove their home.  Their favourite place to live and breed is a filthy colon.

Herbal Fiberblend contains these along with a heap of other powerful herbs that will get rid of constipation and encrusted fecal build-up on the colon wall removing the ‘home’ for worms and parasites.  It will also improve the transit time of food making it impossible for new infestations of worms and parasites.  The herbs in HFB kill any existing worms and parasites that may already be in your system. If you are interested in this product, please see the product at the bottom of this page.

Parasite killing herbs including Black Walnut Hulls, Wormwood and Cloves, Boldo Leaves, Butternilk Bark, Cramp Bark, Garlic, Grapfruit Seed, Kamala, Male Fern Root, Neem, Peppermint, Pumpkin Seed, Sweet Annie, Thyme and White Oak Bark. These can all be found in Para 90.  If you are interested in this product, please see the product at the bottom of this page.

Fasting with bone or vegetable broth with plenty of garlic and onions is a great anti-parasitic approach.

Fermented drinks contain organic acids and enzymes that help to create an unpleasant environment for parasite development. These include Kombucha Tea, Coconut Kefir, fermented whey from grass-fed cows or from Milk Kefir, apple cider vinegar and fermented ginger, oregano, garlic, etc.

Pinworms are intestinal parasites that often reside in the colon or rectum in children. These worms may exit the rectum at night and deposit eggs on the surrounding skin.  This can result in anal itching.  Applying Vaseline to the anus at bedtime can prevent the parasites from laying their eggs.  (I have done this with my children and I can honestly say it works).


A study published by the National Institute of health concluded that the Oil of Mediterranean Oregano (oreganum vulgare) can be used to completely eradicate parasites in the body and can improve gastrointestinal symptoms.
View this study here

Marion Gray

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