You should never use undiluted oil of oregano post nasal drip. You need to dilute it in suitable buffer oil, such as olive oil, almond oil, and others. As with any other product that is used for medicinal purposes, it is important to carefully read the instructions and follow them.
Oil of oregano post nasal drip is an excellent antifungal
When you use post nasal drip of oil of oregano for the first time you should check its effect on the skin. To do this, apply some diluted oil of oregano on the skin near the elbow and close the bandage. Check after 24 hours if there is any adverse reaction, such as redness or irritation, before starting to use oil of oregano.
You should apply concentrated oil of oregano post nasal drip gradually. A starting point is to use a mixture of 1 drop of oregano oil with 3 parts olive oil to massage the affected area once or twice a day.
For the targeted treatment of fungal infections of the skin and nails, Dr. Jennifer Brett, a naturopathic physician and chairman of the Botanical Department of Natural Medicine University of Bridgeport (CT) offer to mix 1 teaspoon of oregano oil with 2 teaspoons of olive oil and put on cotton swab to the affected area up to three times a day.
For the treatment of bacterial and fungal infections you should diluted one drop of oil in 8 ounces of water (cup) or juice and taken once or twice a day. You can also to lay one drop of oil of oregano post nasal drip under the tongue double a day, but it should be mixed with 1 teaspoon of honey, maple syrup or olive oil.
If you are going to take a bath then mix 1-3 drops of oregano oil with gel or body shampoo and add it to a bath. Diluted oil can also be used to disinfect surfaces in the bathroom and kitchen.
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