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Natural Treatment of Chronic Bronchitis: Oil of Oregano

August 20, 2019


Oil of Oregano and Chronic Bronchitis By Dr. James Meschino, DC, MS, ND I want to talk to you about chronic mono,
Epstein-Barr, chronic fatigue and treating those conditions with oil of oregano. Oil
of oregano is quite a special thing; it’s got active constituents that have been shown
to kill certain viruses, bacteria, the fungus that can lead to yeast infections and other
microorganisms that can be harmful to the body.
Oil of oregano is like nature’s antibiotic, and this is especially true for the type of
oil of oregano known as the P73 wild oregano blend. That’s the one you should really
use; it’s the most potent and it’s got the most research behind it.
Why would you consider using it to help fight chronic mono, Epstein-Barr and chronic fatigue?
These are all primarily viral infections. Antibiotics don’t kill viruses, so you need
something that has a viral killing effect and oil of oregano has just that. The active
constituents in oil of oregano that have been shown to have these anti-viral properties
are thymol and carvacrol which are volatile oils that
are made right in the plant.
I use the 250 mg. capsules of the P73 wild oregano blend when I’m dealing with a lot
of chronic conditions or even when someone is trying to fight the common cold. For chronic
mono, Epstein-Barr and chronic fatigue I normally give the patient 4 capsules, 2-3 times a day
until improvement is realized. In these situations usually the immune system has been compromised,
as well, so I typically will recommend some immune modulation nutrients as well to work
with the oil of oregano. I’ll give the person specific dosages of reishi mushroom extract
and astragalus, a high-potency multi-vitamin, extra Vitamins C, D and E, and also 2 tsp.
of the 14 Mushroom Blend that’s available at http://www.MushroomHarvest.com. Those medicinal
mushrooms have great immune modulation affects. But to actually kill the underlying viral
cause of the problem, the P73 wild oregano blend is where you really have to begin.
With chronic fatigue, it’s important to rule-out any other underlying causes. You
should have your serum ferritin levels checked in order to learn what your iron levels are.
To rule-out adrenal fatigue, you’ll want to know your cortisol levels, and to be certain
your problems aren’t related to an underactive thyroid, you’ll want to know your TSH blood
levels and both the free T3 and the free T4 factors.
I have information on all of this on my website at http://www.MeschinoHealth.com. If you’d
like more research on the adrenal-thyroid connection, low iron levels, etc., you’ll
find articles there that I’ve written, as well.
Right now, you need to download my eBook called Oil of Oregano; Nature’s Antibiotic. It
will show you how to source the right oregano, which dosage to use for different conditions
– including these chronic mono, Epstein-Barr and chronic fatigue situations. It will also
show you which nutrients you should be using in conjunction with oil of oregano, and exactly
which doses to get your immune system back into the fight.
At http://www.MeschinoHealth.com, you’ll also see my other research and research papers,
you’ll see videos I’ve created, footage from my live professional seminars, other
downloads and resources I’ve created that are available for free. All of these have
been designed by me to help you lead a long, healthy and functional life. You don’t just
want to be alive; you want to be functional, vibrant and disease free for as long as possible.
All my research articles that are there and my teaching materials that are available have
all the scientific references at the end so you’ll see that you’re getting only sound,
scientific information on any subject that you’re looking for.
You really should use http://www.MeschinoHealth.com as an ongoing, reliable resource for health
and wellness information on any topic that you’re looking for when it comes to the
health of you or any of your family members. Thanks so much for your time.

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