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Are there any side effects of taking an overdose of oregano oil?

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Oregano oil is a staple ingredient in Italian cuisine; however, taking high doses of it can cause allergic reactions and harm your digestive system in the long run. Before you start using oregano oil, do a patch test to determine if you or anyone in your family is allergic to it.

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Please consult with your health speacialist before consuming it. I got irritation on my skin

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Overdose obviously calls for threats.

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