Link to shirt. They have more with same phrase but different styles.
I know I am guilty of posting the whole article, but no really ever reads much of it. I know this by their lame arguments back, LOL! Thanks for the +rep
Thanks! You're a sweetheart.
Nice windmill reference. I had an entire course and had to write 10 essays on Don Quixote in college.
Here is where I'm finding the difference.
The Vitacost oil you linked to.
Oil from the comparison showing the same bottle with 70% Olive Oil and 30% Oregano Oil (Top of page)
Seems like it's less expensive to dilute your own from the 100% oil on this page.
This is what was so confusing to me.
That site has good information, but most of what it talks about is external use. For internal use this is where I got the info: http://www.oiloforegano.co/oil-of-or...or-coughs.html
From what I can make out, the oil at Vitacost is already diluted with extra virgin olive oil. The stuff I bought isn't diluted at all and has to be diluted to use it. It will even burn the skin if applied undiluted.
I bought one ounce of the undiluted oil so it should make between 10 to 50 ounces of the diluted oil. All that for $25 bucks. Can't beat that for the price of the oil. LOL
Yes, undiluted oil of oregano. You take the teaspoon of coconut oil, put it in a custard cup and then add the 3 drops and mix it good. Then scoop it up and swallow it down. Oil of oregano is a very spicy (hot) taste, you may want to have a glass of water to help wash it all down. As it goes down your esophagus as you breath it will go into you lungs too. You can do this as much as four times a day.
That's great! Vitacost is pretty cheap too (comes with dropper), and had the good stuff as well, just for the next time. Taking it with cold pressed organic oil oil or coconut oil is a great thing to do. Don't forget to feed you gut some good bacteria like good organic yogurt while taking it internally.
I hope you feel better soon!