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This information has been provided by Healthy-Health.
The following suggested usage is based on personal use and customer experience. You would have to listen to your body and make adjustments accordingly. Remember always use your best judgment and caution when using herbs, supplements and any kind of medicine, when in doubt stop using it.
The use of Oregano Oil as a decongestant is to place 1- 4 drops under your tongue for about a 15-seconds and then start slowly inhaling deep breaths through your mouth and hold it in for about 10-seconds then exhale through your nose very slowly.
If one nostril is more clogged than the other, plug the one nostril that’s not clogged with your thumb and force exhale very slowly through the clogged nostril.
Do this for about 3 - 4 times a day for as long as your nose feels stuffy. It is suggested that your first dosage be prior to having a shower in the Morning. You will clear the congestion in the shower.
If you have a vaporizer, you can also add 1- 4 drops into the water chamber (use distilled water) and breathe in the hot vapors.
You can also fill a cup or a bowl with boiled water and add 1- 4 drops of Oregano Oil and inhale the vapors through your nose.
Hot steam and Oregano Oil does wonders for the most stubborn stuffed nose or sinus infections.
If you are presently smoking, please Quit! If you suffer from sinus infections during winter, you will need to use Oregano Oil under the tongue several times a week and perform the breathing exercises.
If you are cramped in a tiny office with people sneezing and coughing and you start getting that funny feeling in your nose or start getting a sore throat, take 1- 2 drops of oregano oil with the dropper and squeeze the oil on the back of your tongue and swallow fast. You want the oregano oil go directly to your sore throat where the germ is trying to settle in. Be ready to take a glass of water, just in case you don’t like the burning sensation in your throat. Take oregano oil three times that day and you will feel the difference.
While studies have shown the numerous possible benefits attributed to use of Wild Mediterranean Oregano Oil, we make no claims, expressed or implied, concerning the healing, usage or preventative nature of Wild Mediterranean Oregano Oil.