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Why It’s a Good Idea to Clean With Oregano Oil

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  • Air pollution knows no boundaries and commercial cleaning products may increase the toxins and fine particulate matter in your home environment; making cleaning products at home is simple, inexpensive and incredibly effective
  • Oil of oregano demonstrates the ability to kill bacteria responsible for food poisoning, cold viruses and microbial spores, holding great potential as a safe surface cleaner and for treatment of some drug-resistant bacteria
  • Originally found in Greece, oregano has a long history of medicinal use and current data demonstrates positive effects against urinary tract infections, respiratory infections and as an antiviral
  • Consider growing oregano at home to ensure the plants you use have not been contaminated by pesticides; simple home oregano infusions may be used to reduce muscle soreness, arthritis pain and sinus headaches

By Dr. Mercola

Water pollution, environmental toxins, and damage to fish and wildlife are all linked to the use of cleaning chemicals commonly found on grocery store shelves. As the understanding of the damage air pollution inflicts on human health has grown, the auto industry has taken steps to reduce emissions from their cars. However, pollution associated with air and water does not respect county, state or country boundaries, as demonstrated by the fact much of the smog experienced on the U.S. West coast originates in Asia.

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