Why you may need A.D.P.®:
Modern researchers frequently turn to spices and herbs that have been used for centuries to unlock health benefits. Long before the advent of refrigeration, herbs and culinary spices were recognized to slow food spoilage, showing the natural antimicrobial properties at work. Increasingly, interest in identifying the active constituents of the essential oils in these everyday flavorings has grown. One well‐researched herb whose essential oils have been shown to have health benefits is oil of oregano. Oil of oregano contains several phenolic compounds including carvacrol and thymol, the two with greatest biological activity, and antioxidants. A.D.P.® has been proven effective against yeast and parasites (Patent #5,955,086).(1,2) Further research indicates the active components of oil of oregano adversely affect the ability of various microbial organisms to reproduce.(3)
Why we recommend A.D.P.®:
While people have relied on the health‐promoting properties of oregano oil for hundreds of years, Biotics Research Corporation has dramatically improved its delivery system.(2) With its proven effective, patented formula, A.D.P.® can deliver the emulsified form oil of oregano throughout the digestive tract, where it supports the body’s response to undesirable intestinal organisms. Furthermore, oil of oregano is mostly absorbed in one area of the small intestine, thus limiting the efficacy of a non‐gradual released product in reaching key areas of the digestive tract.While many commercially available oregano oil products vary in potency, and can be difficult to take due to unpalatable taste, A.D.P.® supplies a standardized extract of oregano oil (50mg) in a gradual release mechanism, ensuring the ease of dosing and maximum delivery.
A.D.P.® is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.
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2. Force M, Sparks WS, Ronzio RA, Inhibition of Enteric Parasites by Emulsified Oil of Oregano in vivo. Phytother, Res. 14, 213-214 (2000)
3. Friedman M. Chemistry and multibeneficial bioactivities of carvacrol (4-isopropyl-2-methylphenol), a component of essential oils produced by aromatic plants and spices. J Agric
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