Pizza?, he asked. Anti-oxidant, I responded. #DisappointedHusband
October 29, 2019 Report
Sniffing the air, my husband wanted to know if I had made pizza. Um, no, that would be my Oil of Oregano emanating from my feet.
O of O is POTENT. I first tried a drop or two in a glass of water and almost died from the fire in my mouth. It resulted in small blisters. Ugh. I am highly sensitive so that wasn't going to happen again. How to administer it, then? On the bottom of my feet!
Diluted in a carrier oil and applied to the bottom of feet is a great way for this oil to be used. For starters, the pores on our feet are larger than anywhere else so it supports better absorption and the bottoms of feet don’t have sebaceous glands where sebum can act as a barrier.
Why use O of O? It is an antifungal, anti-parasitic, anti-microbial, anti-oxidant, and anti-inflammatory oil. That's a whole lot of 'anti' that makes this product a real powerhouse, especially when it comes to pushing back colds and flu.
You can also get O of O in capsule form but there is something very cleansing about the scent. Also, it makes me feel like I am in Italy! Così buono!