Higher Nature Oregano Oil Capsules

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Description
Oregano supplement for digestive comfort
    • Supports the health of the digestive tract
    • Naturally contains the actives carvacrol and thymol
    • No pungent oregano odour, taste or warming sensation in the mouth or throat
    • 3 capsules provide 150mg Oregano oil (Oreganum vulgare) (containing a minimum 35% carvacrol, 27.5% thymol)
What are Oregano oil capsules?

A member of the Lamiaceae family, oregano is closely related to mint, thyme, marjoram, basil, sage, and lavender and its leaves are used dry or fresh as a culinary herb to flavour vegetables, fish, and tomato based dishes such as pizza and pasta. Higher Nature's Oregano Oil Capsules harness the power of this potent herb to assist the digestive system and support healthy gut flora with naturally occurring carvacrol and thymol. Available in a handy capsule form, these easy to swallow supplements head straight to the intestine and stomach for maximum absorption, leaving no pungent odour or unpleasant aftertaste.

This potent oregano oil is provided in convenient easy to swallow vegetable capsules and naturally contains the actives, thyrmol and carvacrol. They are free from pungent odour, taste and have no warming sensation in the mouth and throat. Three capsules provide 150mg Oregano oil (Oreganum vulgare) (minimum 35% carvacrol, 27.5% thymol)

Who is this for?

Oregano oil is commonly used to support the gastro-intestinal tract. Can be taken if suffering from candida overgrowth or intestinal parasites. Ideal for citrus allergy sufferers, who cannot take Citricidal.

INGREDIENTS

Three capsules typically provide:

150mg Oregano oil (Oreganum vulgare) (minimum 35% carvacrol, 27.5% thymol)

Approx capsule size 18.5 x 7.5mm

CAUTIONS
Please note

Not advisable if pregnant, planning pregnancy, breast-feeding, or in cases of colitis, gastritis, or stomach or intestinal ulcers. Do not exceed recommended daily intake.


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