I’ve written about wild oregano oil in my book, Listen To Your Gut and for those of you who are interested, I also offer a free Wild Oregano Oil Report (see the pink portion on the left sidebar once you click the link) on this site.

But there’s nothing like seeing something on video to make it really clear. So here I have my five-year-old daughter Zara demonstrating the quickest, easiest (no burning!) way to take wild oregano oil for children or adults:

Easy, Pain-Free Way to Ingest Wild Oregano Oil

Also, check out this video of Ellen Degeneres on her show talking about the first time she tried wild oregano oil – it’s so funny!

Jini

The Best Way To Take Wild Oregano Oil
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33 thoughts on “The Best Way To Take Wild Oregano Oil

  • Hi,
    My child is suffering from proteus mirabilis in her urine for 4 months. I heard oregano oil can help. Could you tell me how to give it to a child of 3 years?
    thanks a lot
    R

  • I have asked a question a few month ago, and you answered and published it on your website. I thank you for the answer but wish to erase the question asked and your answer.
    Can you please erase that for me?
    Thanks a lot again
    R

  • Hi R – No, sorry I’m unable to delete. However, I have changed your name so it’s anonymous. In future when posting on the internet, just use an initial or a “nickname” – that way your identity is protected and you don’t have to worry about spam. You can also use a “fake” email address for most blogs.

  • I can’t seem to find your video for giving oregano oil to 2-year-olds. I have a twenty month old who’s had a terrible cough for over 3 weeks. Our doctor has prescribed a nebulizer and benadryl. I’m ready to try oregano oil! But I’m nervous because she is so young.
    Your website is amazing! I love your posts on healthy fats, and tooth decay. I plan to revisit very often. So informative! Your approach is right up my alley!

  • Hi Lauren – you use the same technique as in the video above, but you first dilute the wild oregano 6:1 with olive oil (6 drops olive oil to 1 drop wild oregano oil). So the technique is the same, but I would give my 2 year old 6:1 diluted wild oregano oil. We never got my 2 year old to take it when the camera was rolling – hence I called it a blooper reel, you can see the video here:

    http://youtu.be/aPS5fqvM_qY

  • Hi Jini,

    My just barely 3 year old daughter has a cold possibly an infection in her chest. She has green mucus and bad cough and a little wheezing. She has had this before from a cold and is given antibiotics and two different inhalers. We are health conscious and try to use only natural remedies and products always. She also has suffered on and off since December with an extremely low bladder infection… possible from wiping(she just started wiping herself when she pees) or from soap irritant… I stopped using our natural soap on her vagina while taking a shower/bath. My sister just started taking oregano oil and now my whole family is hooked. My question is how much can I give my three year old and for how long? Also after giving it to her to clear up all that is going on. Can I keep giving it to her monthly/weekly or what ever to prevent and keep her cleansed? She has had a little of my “brave shot”(turmeric, lemon, oregano oil and cayenne) and is fine. She is a trooper! Like I said she is use to our mostly healthy life style and strong flavors from food. She takes larch and cranberry concentrate from gel pill and acidophilus she is use to chugging for her health. Thank you and I look forward to your suggestions!

    1. Hi Chantal,

      You can certainly give your child wild oregano oil, if you like. Make sure to check out the video in the post above if you haven’t already.

      For Jini’s 2 year olds, she made a 7:1 dilution (7 drops organic olive oil, to 1 drop wild oregano oil) and then gave them 3-5 drops. For her 5 year old in the video, she used the same dilution but gave 10 drops. For more detailed information check out Jini’s Gut Infection eBook as she highly recommends supplementing with probiotics for anyone using wild oregano oil on an ongoing basis. Here’s a link to the eBook at our shoppe:

      http://shoppe.listentoyourgut.com/jinis-healing-guide-natural-treatments-for-gut-infection-ebook-by-jini-patel-thompson/

      Kind regards,
      Justin
      Customer Care

  • My daughter just woke up crying because her ear hurts. If she has an ear infection… I will find out tomorrow from her doctor. Will the oregano oil heal that as well? Do you have any other recommendations?

  • My 5 year old son has been having diarrhea for the past 1 year on and off after returning from a India trip. He was diagnosed with giardia the previous year and treated. now all stool tests are normal. the runny stool is only once everyday. i give probiotics everyday and still no cure. avoided milk, sugar etc. doctors are not so helpful. cld u pls advice.

  • Oh wow, thank you so much! I have a super concentrated wild oregano oil googled how to take it, i think I could do this.

  • I have benn just recently diagnosed with an infection in my bladder. I am on Natrens Healthy Trinty Probiotics and I tried to ward this infection off with natural products but it would not go away. So, I am on Cipro antibiotic now. What else should I be doing besides taking probiotics after two hours of ingesting antibiotic?

    1. I recently had a urinary tract infection and was given that same antibiotic by my urologist. After reading the side effects, I refused to take it and searched out natural methods to treat it. I don’t remember exactly where I found it, but this was the formula that worked great for me. I am 69 years old and they said I had some really bad bacteria growing in the bladder. Also: I have never used the Wild Oregano Oil. I always buy the 1 oz. bottle with the dropper from GNC.
      FORMULA: 5 drops of oregano oil (60% Carvacrol) 3 times a day …1 vitamin C chewable tablet (500 mg) … 2 Cranberry supplements (450 mg with C) and probiotic with 50 billion live cultures. It worked great within about a week and when they redid my cultures it was clear. Just thought I would give you my 2 cents on the subject…hope it helps.

  • I’ve been taking the Oreganol gel caps for awhile and doing fine with it. I decided to try the Joy of the Mountains wild oil of oregano instead because I’ve read on your site that readers have reported it works better for healing crohn’s. Since it was already diluted 3:1 in the bottle I didn’t dilute it further and I took it as instructed in your video above and it went down fine with no burning. But unlike with Oreganol, I ended up having burning pain in my intestines, nausea, and bloating an hour or so after my second dose. I took only 5 drops each time. Seemed like a herx reaction to me. Do you think this happened because the straight oil is stronger or more pure than the Oreganol (which I had no reaction with)? Or should I have diluted it further? Just wondering your thoughts.

    1. Hi Heather,

      What you are describing does sound like a die off effect but Jini has used Oreganol and recommends it as an alternative brand for people who cannot get Joy of the Mountains (we also carry it in our shoppe) so it should be a potent product itself as well. However, the fact that you didn’t dilute it at all is probably spot on as the culprit since the Joy of the Mountains liquid is more in line, potency-wise, with the super strength version of Oreganol. You can certainly dilute it further, if you like, but a die off isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Just make sure you’re also supplementing with probiotics before bed so that you can repopulate your gut with good flora too!

      Kind regards,
      Justin
      Customer Care

  • Thank you. After two doses yesterday, and proper probiotic supplementation, I’m still feeling nauseous. Does the die off effect gradually go away after you stop taking it? That is a very strong oil! I think I’ll stick to the Oreganol in the future since I can tolerate that. In the meantime, I have Jini’s ebook on how to use Wild Oil of Oregano. I don’t see anything in there about how much oil to take based on your weight. I thought I read that Jini recommends dosing according to weight for children, and maybe this will help me because I’m a small adult. Is there any information on her site about dosing the oil according to weight?

    1. Hi Heather,

      In Jini’s experience and from the feedback we’ve received, the die off effect does go away. And you’re right – it is very strong! The Joy of the Mountains brand is the most effective one that Jini has found for use in her protocols. The dosage guidelines aren’t really varied for adults because it’s more about developing vs. developed body rather than big vs. small. The dosage guidelines are varied by weight for Absorb Plus, however.

      Kind regards,
      Justin
      Customer Care

  • Hi
    I’m a crohns patient and got a hope on my life after listening to your video…
    Could you please suggest me whether to take oregano oil and probiotics simultaneously or after the 7 day course of oregano treatment… Probiotics should be taken??

    1. Hi Tej,

      Thank you for your question and interest. You can take the probiotics and oregano oil during the same time period. However, you do not want to take them at the same time. You want to take them either two hours after, or 20 minutes before any food or any other supplements and vitamins as well. Jini suggests the Oregano Oil in the morning, and Probiotics before bed at least. However she also recommends listening to your own gut and body on what it needs to see if it is ok for you to take them during the same time period.

      If you are interested on more information of either product the Listen to your Gut book has a lot of information on the usage of both products:
      http://shoppe.listentoyourgut.com/listen-to-your-gut-the-complete-natural-healing-program-for-ibs-ibd-hardcover-book-cd-rom-by-jini-patel-thompson/
      http://shoppe.listentoyourgut.com/listen-to-your-gut-the-complete-natural-healing-program-for-ibs-ibd-ebook-by-jini-patel-thompson/

      As well as the individual ebooks on each product:
      http://shoppe.listentoyourgut.com/what-you-need-to-know-about-wild-oregano-oil-ebook-by-jini-patel-thompson/
      http://shoppe.listentoyourgut.com/what-you-need-to-know-about-probiotics-ebook-by-jini-patel-thompson/

      Please let us know if you have any other questions.

      Kind Regards,
      Rachel
      Customer Care

  • Thank you so much for replying me soon mam…
    If you don’t mind could you please explain me how to use briefly over here?? I couldn’t understand most of the medical and technical terms… Mam
    I’m presently using VSL3 probiotics capsules.. And in my near store oregano essential oil.. Is that the same as what you have suggested?? Can I continue with VSL3 which is very much easily available..
    Please do the needful mam
    Thank you so much!!!

    1. Hello Tej,

      Jini is very adamant about the brands and quality of products she recommends to her customers after years of research on them. You can get the free ebook about the Wild Oregano Oil here in the pink box on the left: http://www.listentoyourgut.com/symptoms/36/the-flu.html

      Also more information on how the product works and why it is recommended is here: http://shoppe.listentoyourgut.com/joy-of-the-mountains-wild-oil-of-oregano-0-33-fl-oz-10-ml/

      Jini also gives really good information on picking out a probiotic that will actually work for your money here: http://blog.listentoyourgut.com/how-to-choose-a-potent-probiotic/

      I myself have tried several others before the ones she suggests that never really worked. I also tried to see if I could find any others out there with the criteria she recommends and could not outside the Natren brand. I even found out several online stores don’t even ship them cold, which will kill all of the good bacteria in them. You can also get the ebook on probiotics for free here in the pink box on the left: http://www.listentoyourgut.com/symptoms/31/abdominal-pain-and-cramping.html

      You can see more information on the probiotic products she reccomends by clicking on the different products here: http://shoppe.listentoyourgut.com/shop-by-probiotics/

      If you have more questions on using the products still please let us know.

      Thank you,
      Rachel
      Customer Care

    1. Hello Tej,

      We recommend you research the brand and effectiveness of them online to see if they match with the recommendations Jini recommends for good quality Oregano Oil. I know from experience the quality of a supplement can make a huge difference in it helping and hurting your body. Also Jini recommends checking with your body and gut for what it feels is good for you as well. However depending on your condition and symptoms she does recommend not taking things in capsules, especially if you have intestinal bleeding or diarrhea as a symptom.

      Kind Regards,
      Rachel
      Customer Care

  • This worked so well!
    I bought Oregano essential oil in Ubud, Bali a month ago after getting rid of stomach candida with it in 2010. I haven’t been taking it because it buuuuurns 🙂 Since I have the essential oil, I did your routine, but I put 5 drops oregano oil in a spoon of olive oil, took a sip of water, tipped the spoon in, swallowed and drank more. No burning! This will make it easy to take it daily. Not sure how much to take, but I’ll start with 5 drops per day. Just in need of a candida kill off and a general “spring clean” after a long time in Asia. Thank you 🙂

  • I get the empty 00 veg caps. 1st time you take Wild Oil Of Oregano, I’d add 1 drop, WOOO to 15 drops,Olive Oil. If tolerated well then another at dinner time. Gradually adding 2-3 drops per capsule, filling rest with Olive Oil. Interacts with Lithium & pharmaceutical blood thinners. Also,Humic Acid. Works amazingly well with the Oregano EO. The oil kills the good gut bacteria so it’s wise to take a course of good quality probiotics afterwards. If you have E Pylori, it’s beneficial to get Mastic Gum tears. You can swallow, the crushed/powdered Mastic Gum tears and also chew on a piece(like gum) for about 1/2 hr or more then spit out(don’t swallow) E Pylori hides in your mouth & will reinfect your stomach but chewing the gum absorbs the bad stuff in your mouth. Manuka honey’s good too.

  • Why not try gel capsules? We take oregano oil in gelatin caps when needed because it is so much easier. My daughter is one of those people who struggles to take anything that tastes awful. She needed to take oregano daily for a couple of years after being diagnosed with crohns.

    1. Hello Ingrid,

      Yes, we carry Oreganol P73 gelcaps. But please note that this product is diluted at 1:1 which means it is 50% wild oregano oil and 50% olive oil. The Joy of the Mountains product uses a 3:1 dilution so that one is 25% wild oregano oil and 75% olive oil. This product is twice as strong as the Joy of the Mountains wild oregano oil so please keep that in mind when using it with Jini’s protocols.

      Kind Regards,
      Cris
      Customer Care

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