The most affordable, effective, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral Thieves’ Oil available made using the traditional recipe.
In 1413, as the bubonic plague decimated France, four thieves were charged with robbing dead and dying plague victims – a crime punishable by burning alive. The judge offered the thieves leniency if they would share the secret that enabled them to be exposed to the plague without contracting it. The accused explained they were spice merchants and perfume makers, unemployed as a result of the closure of France’s sea ports. They devised a potent herbal infusion – professing this had protected them from infection. As promised, the judge did not burn the men alive, leniently; he hanged them. Soon after, plague doctors took to wearing masks stuffed the thieves’ blend. For hundreds of years and countless plagues since its formulation, the thieves’ blend has been present as the first line of defense for Undertakers, Plague Doctors and Grave Robbers alike.
There are literally hundreds of usages for Marseille’s Remedy Thieves’ Oil, and there is a wealth of available information stating its effectiveness in a wide range of applications.
Marseille’s Remedy is not a panacea, but its applications and usages are numerous. When used correctly, it is a very effective anti-fungal, antibacterial, and antiviral remedy.
•Syzgium aromaticum (Clove essential oil, Sri Lanka) •Citrus limon (lemon essential oil, Italy) •Cinnamoomum verum (Cinnamon bark essential oil, Sri-Lanka) •Eucalyptus polybractea (Blue Mallee Eucalyptus essential Oil, Australia) •Rosimarinus officinalis (Rosemary essential oil, France.)
•Marseille’s Remedy is a powerful blend of pure essential oils, so be sure to use it responsibly. •Due to the Rosemary, be sure to consult a doctor before use if breast feeding or pregnant. •Avoid contact with eyes, membranes, or other sensitive areas of the body. •Keep out of reach of children. •Perform a skin test before topical application. •If irritation occurs, wash with soapy water, and dilute before further application. If irritation persists: discontinue use.