Survival Enterprises
9360 N. Government Way 1A
Hayden, ID 83835

Phone Hours:
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Orders - 800 753-1981
Questions - (310) 295-9686

 

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Catalogs & Flyers:
General Catalog - Oregano and Calcium - Colloidal Silver and Minerals - Ionic Minerals

 

Compare OREGACYN with
OREGANO GEL CAPS by INFINITY

Product
Company/Website
Size
Purity & Quantity per dose
Retail
Cost
Cost per capsule
90
gelcaps

Oregano "blend" (no explanation what percentage is oregano or even what is in this "blend")
Sage & Cumin ( unknown quantity or quality)
They claim 140 mg of "something" in each gelcap

$49.95
.56 cents
per capsule
90
gelcaps


Per capsuloe:
181 mg Oregano Oil
17.6 mg Ginger Oil
19.3 mg Fennel Oil

Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Water and Carob.
Enteric coated.

$25.00
.28 cents
per capsule

Back to our Oregano page

 

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"These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.
This product is not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat any diseases."

The above is a Government ORDERED statement.
It is NOT based in either reality or sanity.
Just like our Government.

In a landmark decision on Friday, Jan. 15, 1999, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled that
the health claim rules imposed by the FDA unconstitutional and in violation of the Administrative Procedure Act.
The court instructed the FDA to allow the use of disclaimers on labels rather than to suppress these claims outright.
The court further held prohibiting nutrient disease relationship claims invalid under the first Amendment to the Constitution.