Thieves' oil: Mixture of 5 essential oils 30ml: eucalyptus, lemon, clove, rosemary, cinnamon
- Natural THIEVES OIL
A mixture of 100% natural essential oils: eucalyptus, lemon, clove, rosemary, cinnamon
Oils are made of natural plant and seed extracts.
According to legend, the mixture was created by a group of four thieves and grave looters to protect themselves from being infected while robbing the bodies of the sick and the dead. The detained thieves pleaded guilty to using the formula and exposed the recipe to receive a less severe punishment for their crimes.
Whether this story is true or not, the essential oils in this blend are disliked by bacteria and viruses, making them beneficial especially during the winter months and commonly used to refresh the air.
This oil has a very pleasant, refreshing fragrance
- antibacterial, antiviral
- relieves pain
- facilitates breathing, has a positive effect on the respiratory system
- improves immunity
- improves mood
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
The essential oil can be used in aromatherapy fireplaces, ultrasonic diffusers. You can also use it as an addition to massage oil or drop it on your clothes / scarf and inhale it in this way (please check first if the oil does not damage the material).
PRECAUTIONS: Do not allow contact with eyes. For external use.
Essential oils have very intense impact on the most sensitive human zones. The power of natural essential oils is irreplaceable. They exhibit strong antibacterial, antiviral and anti-aging effects, and are a valuable source of active ingredients and vitamins, which allows them to perfectly protect our body.
Most often, essential oils are used for massage, inhalation, bathing, sauna, as well as for the care of the body, skin or hair.
Essential oils of natural origin bring effective therapeutic results, and are an excellent form of purification.
Natural essential oils are called "natural home medicine". They can work wonders - they bring immediate results. After their use, you will limit the use of publicly available pharmaceuticals.