OLIVE LEAVES - OLEA EUROPAEA
Used combating micro-organisms. Generally used for inflammation and high blood pressure. Only the European species of olive leaves have this documented effect.
OMEGA 3 - ALA - EPA - DHA
Also known as n-3 fatty acids. Animal source: Fatty fish or Krill. Vegetable source: Linseed oil. Fish oil is essential to the prevention of heart attacks, platelet aggregation, and thrombosis.
OMEGA 6 - GLA - GAMMA LINOLENIC ACID
A.k.a. n-6 fatty acid. Promotes weight loss, decreases high blood pressure, and relieves skin problems. A supplement of GLA can be absorbed through the skin by application or administered in capsules.
OREGANO, WILD - OREGANUM VULGARE
Aka. Marjoram. There are several species of this herb. Oregano is derived from Greek meaning "Mountain joy". It is most known for its use in Mediterranean food but it also has beneficial fungistatic and antibiotic effects. The oil has analgesic effects.