Wild Spice Oil Therapy Prevents COVID-19 Case Transmission in 50 Health Care Workers
- Villasenor, R.N., BSN, WCN-C, and C. Ingram, D.O.
In a Registered Nurses’ trial it has been discovered that wild spice oil therapy offered complete protection against the onset and transmission of SARS Coronavirus-2, the cause of COVID-19.
The Old Testament deems high-mountain wild oregano to be a “cleansing” herb. Our study indicated this to be clearly the case.
The trial, managed by Ingram and M. Villasenor, R.N., involved 50 health care workers on the front lines, working primarily in hospitals but also clinics. This includes registered nurses and physical therapists. All test subjects consistently attempted to guard themselves with the standard forms of PPE.
In addition, these health care workers utilized a variety of spice oil medicines. The main ingredients in these are oil of wild oregano, oil of wild bay leaf, wild sage oil, cinnamon oil, wild lavender oil, and oil of clove bud. All are rich in phenolic compounds, such as carvacrol and eugenol, which act as potent, universal antiseptics. The forms in which these were administered included the following:
- a micellized spray for the throat and body consisting of oils of wild oregano, bay leaf, lavender, and also clove bud oil
- a sinus-wild oregano oil emulsion containing wild sage & bay leaf oils plus oil of clove bud in a saline base
- an emollient cream of wild oregano oil in a honey, Canadian balsam, and propolis base
- capsules and/or drops of oil of wild oregano
- the aromatic water or ‘juice’ of wild oregano, that is the hot-tasting hydrosol
- an organic beeswax, wild oregano oil, and wild bay leaf oil emulsion
All test subjects utilized extensively the micellized spray, applying it to the back of the throat. This was especially the case whenever they felt the slightest irritation or scratchiness. It was determined that the spray worked immediately in all cases. In addition, as a powerful mist it was sprayed on their bodies, chest, face, and hair. In particular, it served as a protective antiseptic spray for the PPE devices, including any suits, shields, or masks.
Daily, the sinuses were protected through the injection of a sinus-oregano saline mist, by spraying this solution in each nostril. Usage was typically several times daily. This is a potent antiseptic formula that prevents transmission of any infection. In addition, the beeswax-wild oregano oil-wild bay leaf oil emulsion was applied as an aromatic, antiseptic complex just under the nose and on the mask for fumigation.
Registered nurses and therapists consumed the oregano juice/hydrosol, the form that contains pomegranate and muscadine concentrates. Less commonly, the wild oregano, in this case the edible daily use P73, was taken as oral drops and also capsules. Study subjects also rubbed the wild oregano cream on their chests and other parts of the body.
The combination of the fumigation action plus oral and nasal intake, as well as topical application, proved exceptionally effective. Despite being exposed to the pathogen none of the study subjects have tested positive for the virus. The researchers concluded the spice oil therapy offered categorical and complete protection for these health care workers, giving them the confidence to continue performing their jobs without compromise.
These ultimate powers of spice oil medicines are no surprise. Studies at Georgetown University demonstrated that such oils are the most universal germicides known, the most aggressive in order of potency being oil of wild oregano, wild bay leaf oil, wild sage oil, cumin oil, cinnamon oil, and clove bud oil. The first four showed universal antiseptic action against all microbes tested. The wild oregano misting spray contains a high density of wild oregano and bay leaf oils, while the active ingredients of the nasal mist include wild oregano, sage, and bay leaf oils (as well as clove bud oil).
The spray has been shown to be highly aggressive in destructive powers against a wide range of pathogens. Micellization allows immediate penetration through the membranes. It offers a power for dissolution of microbial membranes, including the fatty coating or capsids of viruses.
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