North American Herb & Spice Kid-e-Kare OregaWell (60 softgels)
North American Herb & Spice Kid-e-Kare OregaWell softgels are children's wild oregano P73 formula. These softgels are made with certified-wild oregano oil, cumin oil, sage oil, and ginger oil. Cumin is rich in rare trace minerals, like bismuth, gold, iridium, and platinum, which support a healthy overall cellular response. OregaWell includes a healthy pancreatic and liver response and thus nutritional support for the blood sugar mechanism. Cumin oil is an antiseptic and has significant anti-mold and anti-fungal properties. Cumin also supports the health of the brain and nervous system, acting as a preventive against cognitive decline. The oregano has no corruption by genetically modified plants or poisonous pesticides. Original wild, high-mountain P73 oregano with the power of photonic energy from mountains and the sun. Contains the flavonoid quercitin as well as the essential minerals calcium and magnesium. Lastly, wild sage contains various volatile oils, flavonoids (apigenin, diosmetin, and luteolin), phenolic acids, and the valuable rosmarinic acid. Wild sage is a natural source of calcium, phosphorous, and magnesium. Historically, the Greeks and Romans prized it for its many healing properties. The Romans valued sage so highly that they held sacred ceremonies for gathering it. North American Herb & Spice Kid-E-Kare OregaWell is specifically designed for children. These small softgels are also easy-to-swallow, making them convenient and easy for children to take.
- Wonderful source of natural phenols, minerals, and vital nutrients
- These small softgels are also easy-to-swallow, making them convenient and easy for children to take
- Beneficial for the digestive and immune systems
Wild Oregano Oil (P73), Wild Cumin Oil, Wild Sage Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Ginger Oil, Cinnamon Oil
Other ingredients: BSE-free beef gelatin capsules
Allergy Information: non-GMO
Take one (1) softgel daily with meals. Increase dosage as needed. The contents of the softgels may also be mixed with food.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.