Oreganol P73 Gelcaps are the only true wild oregano P73 in an easy-to-take gelcap. P73 is a blend of edible species of wild oregano grown on natural, mineral-rich soil. This growing condition, along with our dedication to a chemical-and alcohol-free extraction, is the reason P73 Oreganol oil has a unique chemical profile ideal for human consumption. The same oregano species can be grown elsewhere and would not have the same effect as the P73. It is truly one of a kind. Oreganol P73 gelcaps are ideal for those who take the oil internally.
Serving Size: 1 softgel
Servings per container: 60
Amount Per Serving:
Extra virgin olive oil; Wild, organic oregano oil
Each P73 gelcap contains 6 drops of the original mountain blend.
Other ingredients: Beef gelatin (BSE free) non-GMO.
Supplement Facts: Please see the secondary product image above.
Directions: Take 1 or more capsules daily with meals or juice.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat and cure or prevent disease. Always consult with your professional health care provider before changing any medication.
If you’re having more than 3 bowel movements per day, it’s best to use the liquid wild oregano oil, rather than capsules (transit time is too fast). Otherwise, 1 capsule is equal to 4 drops of the liquid.
I also keep these gelcaps on hand to use with my pets. I’ve used them on both my dogs and cats in serious circumstances (yes, I know you are NEVER supposed to use essential oils with cats) and have had nothing but positive results (I’ve adjusted dosage according to weight of course).
The capsules are small and very easy to take. They do not upset my stomach when I take them on an empty stomach.
I've been using the Oreganol gel caps for over two months now, following Jini's Wild Oil of Oregano Protocol, and they've worked great. They are easy to take and use. I've also found that I'm extra sensitive to Joy of the Mountains, Oil of Oregano liquid. I have difficulty tolerating it and perhaps need to dilute it much further. So I find the Oreganol is a great alternative.