The most common question we receive about Wild Oregano Oil is whether or not you can use it along with probiotics and the answer is yes. However, you’ll want to make sure there are at least 2 hours between taking the wild oregano oil and the probiotics.

I have compiled some links below to information about Wild Oregano oil so that most answers to the other questions we receive can be found here in one place. The first place you should start (if you haven’t already) is page 145 of Listen to Your Gut where Jini talks about Wild Oregano Oil at length and introduces her protocol.

Wild Oregano Oil at LTYG Holistic Health Shoppe – Includes two YouTube videos by Jini that show how to take Wild Oregano Oil both internally and for tooth decay/infection. Just click the VIDEO tab.

Wild Oregano Oil Antiviral protocol – how to use Wild Oregano Oil to combat flu symptoms. Note: Be sure and sign up for the free wild oregano eBook on this page.

Jini’s Wild Oregano Protocol – A blog post about Jini’s complete Wild Oregano Oil protocol, available at a discounted price for anyone who isn’t interested in purchasing Listen to Your Gut but still wants to benefit from this exciting information.

Acne Natural Remedy – Jini writes about clearing up acne naturally which includes using Wild Oregano Oil. Note: Be sure and sign up for the free wild oregano eBook on this page.

For more information about the Wild Oregano Oil products we carry, click HERE.

Here’s What Jini Says:

If I were stranded on a desert island and could only bring one thing along, wild oregano oil would be it! If I were allowed 2 things, I’d also bring comfrey salve.

My books have instructions for many uses for wild oregano. The most important is Jini’s Wild Oregano Oil Protocol which is used to rid the gut of infectious agents and then implant a healthy bacterial population. This protocol is also available on its own in my eBook, Natural Treatments For Gut Infection

But you can also use wild oregano ANYWHERE you have inflammation or infection: mouth ulcers, ear infections, tooth or gum infections, fungal infections… the list goes on and on. BUT it is also key to know exactly how to use this powerful substance, how to prepare a dilution of it and which dilution (strength) to use for different conditions, how often to dose, etc.

Remember to visit my HEAL YOUR SYMPTOMS section on this site to look up the home remedy instructions for whatever ails you and if the treatment involves wild oregano oil, I will talk directly about that on the relevant symptom page.

If you’re ready to purchase wild oregano oil, click HERE.

Where can I find out more about Wild Oregano Oil?
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  • Hi Jini, I need some advice with my Candida issues. I’ve been treating myself for years now with rotating herbs, caprylic acid etc…to not much avail. I am curious about your Oregano cleanse…….would taking that much oil be a burden on the liver without taking a bulking agent to keep it in the digestive tract?

  • Hi,

    I have origanum compactum essential oil and wondered if this is a type of wild oregano or not at all, and whether adding the oregano oil to a teaspoon of olive oil/flaxseed oil would make it properly diluted.

    1. Hi Lauren,

      Jini only recommends Origanum Vulgare due to its high level of carvacrol but she does recommend using olive oil to dilute it for use with the protocols where it is included. For a ton more info, visit this link and sign up in the little pink box on the left side of the page for a free copy of Jini’s What You Need To Know About Wild Oregano Oil eBook:

      http://www.listentoyourgut.com/symptoms/36/the-flu.html

      Kind regards,
      Justin
      Customer Care

  • I have Ulcerative Colitis (6 years), and have recently started the Oregano Oil Protocol. I am amazed at how well I am tolerating the Natren Probiotics and have noticed some mild improvement already. I take no other medication at this time, thanks in large part to Jini. I do notice that I seem to do better taking 3-4 doses of 10 drops, but that 5 doses may cause bleeding again (which has been my issue). On the other hand, it may be purely coincidental.

    My main question is how will I know when any infection has been cleared? I understand the 2-3 year cycle, but the LTYG book suggests moving to step 2, “when the infection has cleared,” and that it can take anywhere from 2 weeks to 6 months. For how long should I be in step one of the Protocol, not truly knowing if or how severe an infection is present?
    Though I’ve had comprehensive testing – urine, stool, blood – from a reputable lab, as Jini states, there are infectious organisms that as of yet go undetected in lab tests.
    I just want to be sure I begin taking the higher doses of probiotics starting in step 2 as soon as I am able. I’ve been scouring your website and the book, and would appreciate any guidance or advice. Thank you!

    1. Hello Christine,

      Thank you for your inquiry. That is great that you are starting to have improvements. Some people are unable to handle the highest dosage of the oregano oil, so we recommend continuing to monitor and doing the 3-4 doses if the 5 is causing more problems.
      Jini refers to the infection as symptoms such as intestinal bleeding, severe pain, and diarrhea. So she recommends clearing that up first before doing some of the other steps and supplements. However, some people are able to do all the steps at once and just build up in adding in the supplements and vitamins if their symptoms are not too severe to begin with.
      We do definitely recommend using the probiotics and probiotic retention enema, if you are able to, right away. Hope you are able to continue to have healing progress. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

      Kind Regards,
      Rachel
      Customer Care

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