Using Oil of Oregano for Bladder Infections
Can you use Oil of Oregano on bladder infections? What would be the recommended dosage of Oil of Oregano to treat bladder infections?
Using Oil of Oregano on Bladder Infections
Bladder infections, also called Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) is a common condition that affects millions of people.
Over 80% of bladder infections are caused by the bacteria Escherichia coli, or E. coli. As the bacteria flows through the urine canal (urethra) they can get inside the bladder and cause an infection.
Why would you want to use Oil of Oregano for bladder infections?
Oil of Oregano contains carvacrol, a volatile oil and powerful anti-bacterial. Carvacrol was found to be effective against E. Coli, as well as other pathogenic bacteria such as Salmonella. You’ll find other health benefits from Oil of Oregano, from fighting parasites to stopping viruses, anti-fungal, and reducing free radical damage.
Although there are no studies on the ‘right’ dose of Oil of Oregano for bladder infections, here’s some suggested Oil of Oregano Dosages that you may find helpful.
Oregano Oil for Bladder Infections
I’ve used oregano oil for many years for bladder infection, it works great. Just take about 5 drops every 4 hours. You should notice a difference after the two doses.
Oil of Oregano Cured my Inflamed Kidney
I used oil of oregano to treat an inflamed left side kidney and felt relief within a few hours. I felt complete relief after the second day! No antibiotics! This was about a week ago. Will be taking a few drop every morning from now for general health.
Oregano Oil Dosage for Bladder Infection
Thanks for the advice here on dosage. I have a bladder infection. Took 4 drops this morning and then early afternoon and rubbed a little on my inside wrists. Feeling a lot better. Oregano is definitely the unsung hero for fighting these kinds of infections.