Many know Dr. Ingram as “Dr. Oregano”. The
miraculous healing powers of this very sacred herb were virtually unknown in North America until the early 1990’s, even though our ancestors have used it as medicine for thousands of years, and Hippocrates wrote volumes on how to use this wonderful and sacred herb. Dr. Ingram has devoted his life to researching these healing foods and herbs and subjecting them to intensive research at traditional and prestigious institutions such as George Brown Medical University Center in Washington, D.C., Cornell University and others.
Respiratory illness is caused by many things: pneumococci, asbestosis, sarcoidosis; inhalation of lead and other heavy metals and pollution. Currently, there is an epidemic of respiratory illnesses in North America primarily due to germs, and there is one particular germ that is causing an awful lot of problems. This germ is a mould fungus. According to Webster’s dictionary, a fungus is a saprophyte, and a saprophyte is an organism that grows on dead and decaying material. Its presence in our body indicates the state of our health, so we don’t want something like that growing on us. The biggest source of moulds is contaminated air which damages and irritates the lungs and bronchial tubes, and then, to some degree, gets into the blood and the rest of the organs. Mould and fungus also contaminate grains.
SPICES – OIL OF OREGANO
I have discovered that spices are the most potent germicides in the world. I have to give credit to Judy Gray who found these spice extracts and brought them to my attention when I was sick. The most famous spice extract, of course, is oil of oregano. Judy found oil of oregano overseas and we were the first to import it into this country. Oil of oregano is the key to curing mould fungus infestation. It is valuable for a wide range of health problems such as allergies, hay fever, actinomycosis, asbestosis, blastomycosis, a big epidemic in southern Ontario, blood clots, bronchitis, cough, cystic fibrosis, emphysema, demolition lung (where people work around a lot of dust), histoplasmosis, nasal polyps, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, silicosis, sinusitis, tonsillitis, laryngitis, whatever kind of a throatitis you could have, and tuberculosis.