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Immerse yourself in the traditions of the lush South American
tropics with Ecuadorian Oregano essential oil. This pure essential
oil is cultivated and distilled in the rich soil of Young Living’s
Finca Botanica Farm and Distillery in Chongon, Ecuador. Ecuadorian
Oregano is a powerful herb, found in villages and houses throughout
South America, where grandmothers and herbalists alike have used it
for generations. Ecuadorian Oregano is not technically oregano, but
is named such because of its softly herbaceous, oregano-like scent.
This naturally pure essential oil offers a cleansing, invigorating
aroma, and pairs perfectly with a relaxing massage for overworked
muscles. If you love the soft, herbaceous scent of Oregano but need
similar properties to Peppermint, R.C.™, or Cool Azul®, Ecuadorian
Oregano is just for you!
Ecuadorian Oregano Product Information Page
FEATURES & BENEFITS
WORKS WELL WITH
Plectranthus amboinicus† (Ecuadorian Oregano)
†100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential
Soft, herbaceous, oregano-like aroma.
Includes the constituents of carvacrol, gamma terpinene, and
Topical:Dilute 1 drop with 4 drops of V-6™ Vegetable Oil
Complex or olive oil. Test on small area of skin on underside of
arm. Apply to desired area as needed
Aromatic:Diffuse up to 10 minutes 3 times daily.
CAUTIONS:Keep out of reach of children. For external use
only. Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes. If you are
pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition,
consult a health care professional prior to use.
Get to Know
The story of this unique essential oil starts
in Ecuador, where Young Living Founder D. Gary Young came across a
hardy, semi-succulent that produced a surprising amount of
essential oil. Its aroma was similar to many oregano species with a
moderately high carvacrol content. Ecuadorian Oregano (Plectranthus
amboinicus) is thought to be originally from Africa but has spread
throughout the world. As such, it has many common English names
like Mexican mint, Spanish thyme, Indian mint, French thyme,
Mexican thyme, Cuban oregano, and Three-in-one herb. Another way to
identify this oil is by its common and former scientific synonyms,
which are: Coleus amboinicus, Coleus aromaticus, and Plectranthus
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