DIY: Thieves Oil Blend Recipe to Save You Money

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I’ve been using essential oils for years. As a note, I do not personally use any essential oils internally. There is no such thing as the grading system that some oil companies claim to have privy to. It just doesn’t exist. I’m sure we’ll see that change in the coming years as essential oils have made their way into our every day lives.

However you choose use essential oils, please use them responsibly.

*Never place essential oils on the skin without a carrier oil. Ever. This is a dangerous practice.

*Do not use essential oils on children that are not your own. Not in a diffuser, certainly not in their drink.

I love the thieves oil recipe in my diffuser. I use it all year long, every single day. We don’t have the common colds and flus that used to be passed around from person to person all year long.

I hope you give it a try. This recipe is a more affordable way to use thieves oil at home. This recipe will last you approximately 6 months if you use the products I use.  I always purchase organic essential oils when I can. I recommend Plant Therapy essential oils. Most are organic and are half the cost of others.

Thieves Oil Recipe

40 drops of Clove Oil

35 drops of Lemon Oil

20 drops of Cinnamon Bark or Cassia

15 drops of Eucalyptus

10 drops of Rosemary

Add them together and put in an herbal tincture bottle

I diffuse a quarter of a dropper full in my diffuser with the appropriate amount of water.

 

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