Interesting Information about Thieves Oil

According to research, Thieves oil was considered an anti-plague, as it was used by 15th-century thieves who (coming from a long line of Perfumers), knew how to mix these oils and put the combination in a mask to protect themselves from the plague while robbing the bodies of the dead and dying. When they were finally caught, they disclosed the formula of the herbs, oils, and spices in exchange for a more lenient punishment. The oil blend was tested at Weber State University in 1997 for its anti-microbial properties. It was found to have a 99.96% kill rate against airborne bacteria. The oils are highly anti-viral, antiseptic, anti-bacterial, and anti-infectious. Applications: Diffuse – Put 2 -4 drops of the oil in the well of the diffuser. You may also put 8 drops in a spray bottle with 1 cup of distilled water. Shake lightly and spray into the room. Keep away from eyes, children, pets, and pet foods. Do not use on skin, or ingest. May stain fabrics. Single Oils Contained Within the Blend: Clove, Lemon, Rosemary, Cinnamon Bark, and Eucalyptus.
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