81: Wait, There’s More Than One Microbiome? with Ara Katz of Seed Probiotics


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Ara Katz is the co-founder of Seed probiotic - a probiotic that is changing the game.
We break down what a probiotic actually is, we talk about the microbiomes you have in different areas of the body - did you know your mouth has one and there's even a microbiome in the vagina? We address what a prebiotic is, what makes Seed stand out, the impact these antibacterial soaps, sprays, gels etc are having on us and so much more!

Show Note/Links:

Link to the ISAPP recommended catalog for researching strain-specific studies.
Oregano oil:
Oregano contains compounds called phenols, terpenes, and terpenoids. Carvacrol is the most abundant phenol in oregano, and has been shown to stop the growth of several different types of bacteria. http://www.eurekaselect.com/article/42408
Different species of oregano are among the most studied herbs, and essential oils (EO) of oregano are widely recognized for their antimicrobial activity, in addition to their antiviral and antifungal properties. Studies have also demonstrated that they can be potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, and cancer suppressor agents. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmicb.2018.02329/full

Oregano oil is a well-rounded broad-spectrum antibacterial agent since it covers both gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmicb.2018.02329/full

Important to note:
Oregano has a long history of use as a traditional herbal medicine in humans, however, it still needs to be used with caution and it may not be appropriate in all cases. Potential adverse effects include toxicity, skin irritation, medication interference, and more. It’s also important to note that there is lack of evidence for its use during pregnancy / breastfeeding.
There is not sufficient research around its safety and tolerability during pregnancy or breastfeeding. Consult your medical provider before use.

Many of the antimicrobial and antibacterial effects of oregano oil depend on its species, mode of extraction, concentration given, etc.

Because oregano oil can have very strong antimicrobial activity, taking it for too long a period could negatively impact the microbiome; as such, long-term use is discouraged.

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