Posts Tagged ‘oil of oregano’
Winter has now fully descended across most of Canada, giving views like the the one above. Here are some links of interest to SBP readers:
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Tags: gmo, oil of oregano
One of the terms that you’ll see used to describe health quackery, scams and pseudoscience is “snake oil”. Snake oil was a real product, sold in the early 19th century as a cure-all elixer in the “patent medicine” era. Popularized in movies, the snake-oil salesman would pull into town, and start the hard sell for […]
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Tags: medical quackery, oil of oregano, pertussis, snake oil, vaccines
I was recently the guest of Desiree Schell on Skeptically Speaking, where we spent an hour discussing the prevention and treatment of the common cold. Here are some of the references and sources I cited or referred to during the discussion. So read along as you listen to the podcast.
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Tags: astragalus, buckley's mixture, cold-fx, colds, cough, dextromethorphan, Echinacea, elderberry, garlic, ginger, ginseng, oil of oregano, oscilliococconium, pseudoephedrine, vitamin c, vitamin e
Go check out my post today on oil of oregano at Science-Based Medicine. It’s an update (no new evidence, sadly) of a popular older post from this blog.
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Tags: oil of oregano, oreganol, p73
With the return to school earlier this month, we’re in prime lice season. I was recently forwarded a copy of a Toronto public school’s communication on head lice. Here’s an excerpt: Oil & vinegar lice treatments do not kill live (unhatched) nits & have to be hand picked. It must be repeated daily until no […]
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Tags: homeopathy, lice, oil of oregano, pediculoside, resultz, tea tree oil