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Can oil of oregano cause diarrhea?

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Oregano essential oil can cause digestive disturbances which usually happen on consuming an excess of it. It is known to irritate the delicate lining of the stomach. Its symptoms include abdominal pain, diarrhea, and severe stomach cramps. Seek medical assistance if the problem persists.

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Everything should be consume in a limit, it wont harm you

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Overdose obviously calls for threats.

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My cousin used to apply oregano oil to cure her acne. But once, she overdid it and ended up having rashes. So, you need to be really mindful while using it. If an excess application can give such reaction, excess intake might definitely cause issues.

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Yes, if taken in large doses it becomes too toxic and might upset your stomach.

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