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- Wild Mediterranean, Certified Organic Oil of Oregano
- High potency oil containing 75-85% carvacrol, naturally occurring
- Blended 1:3 (25:75) in certified organic, cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil
- Every batch is ISO 17025 lab tested for purity, freshness, and potency
- Winner of 20+ Awards, Best Product, Alive Awards of Excellence
Digestive, respiratory & immune support
- Traditionally used in herbal medicine to help relieve indigestion (dyspepsia), colic, and other digestive issues
- Traditionally used in herbal medicine as an expectorant to help relieve symptoms related to infections of the upper respiratory tract, such as congestion, runny nose, cough, sore throat, headache (catarrh)
- A source of antioxidants
|Joy of the Mountains||Many other brands|
|Origanum Minutiflorum||Origanum Vulgare|
|Meticulous quality assurances and testing||Minimum quality assurances|
|Trusted sources carefully vetted and approved||Lack of vendor transparency|
|Preserves original plant phytochemistry||Adulteration a concern|
|High natural carvacrol||Carvacrol may be artificially boosted|
Wild is better!
Some Oil of Oregano brands use farmed oregano as a cost saving measure. Joy of the Mountains uses ethically wildcrafted oregano that is sustainably harvested from high altitudes in the Mediterranean. Oregano that grows wild in nature is subject to harsher conditions and develops a more robust, medicinally active chemistry in response to its environment.
Wild and Organic
Joy of the Mountains Oil of Oregano is both wild and organic. Though it’s an additional cost, our wild oregano is inspected by Ecocert to confirm it grows in pristine wilderness and is free of contaminants and agricultural chemicals. Organic certification also scrutinizes every stage of the process. From field to facility, this gives our customers a higher assurance of quality compared to wild alone.
How And Why Wild Oregano Oil Sometimes Gets Cloudy:
- When the oil of wild oregano is freshly mixed (emulsified) with extra virgin olive oil, it naturally becomes cloudy.
- It tends to become cloudy in cold weather.
- When the two components combine, the wild oregano oil can remain cloudy for several weeks.
- The cloudiness demonstrates the fact that wild oregano oil is a crude and natural product, without synthetic additives.
- The phenomenon occurs in some batches and not in others; it depends on several variables which leave some bottles of wild oregano oil clear weeks after bottling while some remain cloudy.
- Cloudy wild oregano oil is never a sign of contamination, but rather an indication of recent bottling and cold weather. It is also an affirmation of its natural properties, void of synthetic additives.
*These statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat and cure or prevent disease. Always consult with your professional healthcare provider before changing any medication.