Natural Goal "#1 Premium Oregano Oil" … Great Product, Excellent Value, Carry-On Size


Natural Goal “#1 Premium Oregano Oil” (natural origanum vulgare – 1oz/30ml – $22.95) is the only PURE Oil of Oregano I could find in stores or on the internet (Amazon). Health stores and natural grocers sell HIGHLY DILUTED oil of oregano for the same price or more. The diluted oil sold in stores and online equates to $100 an ounce and up, making this oil an excellent value. As a consumer, I highly recommend it!

Oil of Oregano has so many uses and because of the 1 ounce size, it can even be carried on an airplane! With uses from aromatherapy to skin applications and beyond, its reported antibiotic properties could be invaluable on a trip, particularly in a foreign country where language and medical services could be a challenge.

WARNING: Make sure that you read the label and about proper use of the product, checking with your healthcare provider before using this or any “natural” product as it is highly concentrated, not regulated by the FDA, and can cause severe symptoms, particularly if ingested.


CombatCritic Gives Natural Goal “#1 Premium Oregano Oil” 9 Bombs Out of 10 … BOMBS ARE GOOD!


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Humacao Nature Reserve: Lizards Birds, Turtles … Manatees and Monkeys?


Humacao Nature Reserve
Punta Santiago, Puerto Rico
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The Humacao Nature Reserve, on Hwy P3 between Humacao and Punta Santiago, Puerto Rico, is a small, free natural park with trails, bathrooms, souvenirs, and the opportunity to kayak through mangrove swamps (for a fee). 


There is a breathtaking beach stretching for several miles about one-half of a mile Southeast of the parking lot, otherwise there are dirt roads and small trails winding through the park allowing a leisurely stroll through the swamps and views of lizards, several flora and bird species, reported turtles and iguanas, and bugs the size of Volkswagens. I also read that manatee and a small population of monkeys inhabit the area although that report was unverified elsewhere.

We decided to take an hour-long hike on our way to look at some properties in Vista del Mar, a huge resort community a few miles South of Humacao on the sea. It was serenely quiet and oddly beautiful as we made our way down the soggy road looking for our first iguana, said to grow up to 12 feet in length!


We saw several large lizards (up to 18 inches long), a large beetle of some type, a few birds, but no iguana, turtles, manatees, or monkeys along our journey. The park is well worth the detour if in the area, but bring some stable shoes, ones that you do not mind getting muddy and soggy along the way.


CombatCritic Gives Humacao Nature Reserve 7 Bombs Out of 10 … BOMBAS ARE BUENAS!

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