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Tibet Mountain Botanicals Oil of Oregano (90 softgels)

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Product description

Tibet Mountain uses oil that is distilled from the flowers and leaves of Oregano herbs and contains the active ingredient, Carvacrol, known for it's healing properties that support a healthy immune system.*

"ul" "li"10:1 extract "li"150 mg "p"

Tibet Mountain Botanicals Oil of Oregano (90 softgels)

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