Oregano prevents bacterial infections?
Oregano was used by Hippocrates (460 BC-370 BC) used oregano as an antiseptic. Oregano demonstrates potential antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Two evidence-based research studies compared oregano verses petrolatum emollient and onion extract gel verse petrolatum emollient, used in dressings post-surgical wounds. Cultures were taken several days later to discern if effective against bacteria.
The evidence-based research showed the onion extract gel did not demonstrate any significant value in complaisant to the petrolatum emollient.
The evidence-based research showed that oregano extract of 3% in ointment lowered Staphlococcus aureus with significant improvement in skin pliability, pigmentation of skin, and scar color in comparison to the petrolatum emollient in post-surgical wounds. The oregano was effective against bacteria and showed significant differences verses the petrolatum emollient.
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