The story of the Four Thieves Oil with recipes

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Four Thieves Oil Recipe
Rosemary oil – 10 drops
Lavender oil – 20 drops
Lemon eucalyptus oil – 15 drops
Peppermint oil – 15 drops
Orange Oil – 15 drops
Clove Bud Oil – 15 drops
All you have to do is pour all the essential oils in some small glass.
This combination should be applied topically or via aromatherapy but not ingested. According to Jesse Hawkins, for topical spray, you can add one cup of vinegar.

However, there is a Four Thieves vinegar that can be both applied topically and ingested. Here is the recipe:
Four Thieves Vinegar Recipe

Sage leaf – 1 tbsp
Lavender flowers – 1 tsp
Rosemary leaf – 1 tsp
Thyme leaf – 1/2 tsp
Peppercorns – 1/2 tsp
Apple cider vinegar – 16 oz
First of all, warm the apple cider vinegar. Then put the herbs in a jar and fill it with the apple cider vinegar. Close the jar with some plastic lid.
In case you use a metal lid, place a natural parchment paper to prevent the liquid from touching the metal. Let it sit for 4 weeks but make sure you shake it occasionally. After four weeks separate the vinegar in another clean jar. Keep it in a dark and cold space.
Uses of Four Thieves Vinegar
1. Topical Treatments
The Four Thieves Vinegar can help you treat athlete’s foot, toenail fungus, and dandruff. All you have to do is dilute the vinegar, soak your feet or treat dandruff.
2. Disinfect Surface Areas
Dilute vinegar with water and spray on the surfaces. According to one source, the month of seasoning reduces the vinegar’s acidity enough to use on delicate surfaces.
3. Infectious illnesses
One tablespoon every morning of this vinegar will make increase your immune system and avoid the infectious illnesses.

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