Essential Oils as Antimicrobial Agents for Coronavirus?

In our active search for solutions to solve your issues nothing is off the menu and we take a look closer at some of our grandma's old fashion common sense remedies..

Myth or Real Alternative?

Herbs and the essential oils derived from them have been used from the beginning of human history for different purposes. Their beneficial properties have been applied to mask unpleasant odours, attract the attention of other people, add flavour and aroma properties to prepared dishes, perfumes, and cosmetics, etc. Herbs and essential oils (EOs) have also been used in medicine because of their biological properties, such as larvicidal action, analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, antioxidant, fungicide, and antitumor activities, and many more.

250 EOs which are commercially available, about a dozen possess high antimicrobial potential. According to available papers and patents, EOs seem to be a potential alternative to synthetic compounds, especially because of the resistance that has been increasingly developed by pathogenic microorganisms. In this review, we summarize the latest research studies about the most-active EOs that are known and used because of their antimicrobial properties.

Ien our active search for solutions to solve your issues nothing is off the menu and we take a look closer ar some of our grandma's old fashion common sense remedies.

Keywords: essential oils, antibacterial activity, antifungal activity,

lavender oil, good



thyme oil,

peppermint oil,

cajuput oil,

cinnamon oil,

eucalyptus oil,

Clove oil, used by dentists

Sage oil,

Tea tree oil, Kanaka Oil


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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3276005/

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