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Thieves Oil Recipes
Thieves Oil comes from research about four thieves during the 15th-century plague in Europe who used cloves, rosemary, and other aromatics to protect themselves while robbing plague victims!
Here is one story: The Four Thieves Vinegar: Perfumers by day, robbers by night. Four men made a concoction of herbs and essential oils in a base of vinegar and would douse their body with this before they went our plundering! They had a pretty good track record of stealing riches until the King found out and captured them, forcing them to give up their secret weapon against the plague. The original herbal ingredients were said to be: wormwood, meadowsweet, juniper berries, rosemary, camphor, sage, cinnamon and cloves in a base of white wine vinegar.
The essential oils contained within this formula have been noted for anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, antiseptic and anti-catarrhal properties while stimulating the immune system, circulation and the respiratory system. According to research at Weber State University, Thieves was found to have a 99% kill rate against airborne bacteria when diffused.
CAUTION: Due to the cinnamon and clove contained, may cause irritation if improperly used. Fair skinned, blue-eyed individuals, redheads and those who tend to sunburn easily need to dilute Thieves in a carrier oil (such as almond) before applying to the skin. Suggestions: 1-2 drops of Thieves on the bottom of the feet and also at nape of the neck. Other places could be under the arms, and on the chest. Some authors caution against using this in a bath or sauna! Diffuse for only short periods of time: 30 minutes or less. Thieves Oil may not available in stores. To order, please visit: http://www.thieves-oil.com