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Some of the doctors in Ukraine are advising their patients to try natural remedies as they are running out of medicines... Here is an old recipe from plague times. Hat tip to A/C at GLP

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September 14, 2009
Posted by Stephen Tvedten

It has long been said that, while the Black Death/Plague was raging in France during the Middle Ages, a number of incredible burglaries of plague victims’ homes was happening. No effort was made, however, to apprehend the thieves, as it was believed that they would soon succumb to the dangerous contamination in the homes they had robbed. But, the thieves carried on their crime spree for some time, and people finally began to wonder why these thieves had not become ill and died. It was only then that the authorities began to pursue them… in order to find out the secret of their apparent immunity to the deadly Plague.

Once the burglars had been apprehended, they struck a bargain with the authorities, that they should be set free in exchange for revealing the secret to their immunity to the Plague. The bargain reached, the four thieves revealed their herbal disinfecting formula that rendered them safe and immune from the Black Death/Plague.

This ancient herbal formula, we now call “Four Thieves Vinegar”, can still protect us against swine flu, smallpox, and biological weapons.


1 part lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), dried (Note: Lavendar oil is cytotoxic and a powerful allergen)

1 part sage (Salvia officinalis), dried

1 part thyme (Thymus vulgaris) , dried

1 part lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), dried

1 part hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis), dried

1 part peppermint (Mentha nigricans), dried

1 handful garlic (Allium sativum) cloves

Raw (unpasteurized) wine or organic apple cider vinegar

• In a clean glass jar, place all the various dry, organic ingredients.

• Add raw (unpasteurized), organic wine or apple cider vinegar to cover

• Place jar in a cool place and let sit, at room temperature, for six weeks.

• Strain off all the herbs and garlic, and pour into a clean glass bottle or jar with a tight fitting lid.


• Take a teaspoonful several times daily.

• Add to salads either directly or in a salad dressing.

• For personal protection, add a teaspoonful to bath water.

• Use as a topical spray for disinfecting surfaces and/or skin


wormwood (Artemisia absinthium)

meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria)

juniper berries (Juniperus spp.)

rosemary (Rosimarinus officinalis)

camphor (Cinnamonum camphora)

sage (Salvia officinalis)

cinnamon (Cinnamoomum verum)

cloves (Syzgium aromaticum)

organic apple cider or wine vinegar

• In a clean glass jar, place all the alternative dry, organic ingredients.

• Add raw (unpasteurized), organic wine or apple cider vinegar to cover

• Place jar in a cool place and let sit, at room temperature, for six weeks.

• Strain off all the herbs and materials, and pour into a clean glass bottle or jar with a tight fitting lid.


Clove oil (Syzgium aromaticum) 200 drops or 1/2 ounce

Lemon oil (Citrus limon) 175 drops

Cinnamon Bark oil (Cinnamoomum verum) 100 drops

Eucalyptus oil ( Eucalyptus radiata) 75 drops

Rosemary oil (Rosimarinus officinalis) 50 drops

The above Thieves Oil blend of therapeutic-grade essential oils was tested at Weber State University for its potent antimicrobial properties. Thieves oil was found to have a 99.96% percent kill rate against airborne bacteria. The oils are highly antiviral, antiseptic, anti-catarrhyal, antibacterial, anti-infectious and also help to stimulate the immune system circulatory and respiratory systems and help protect the body against such illnesses as flu, colds, sinusitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, sore throats, cuts etc.

A study by researchers in France in 2008 tested bactericidal activity of 13 different essential oils and had similar results, with cinnamon being the most effective. At concentrations as low as 10 percent or less, cinnamon oil was also effective against several antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria, such as Staphylococcus and E. coli.

How to use Thieves Oil

Caution: the cinnamon and clove oils may cause reactions in some people e.g., irritation to lips or sensitve membranes. Chemically sensitive, fair skinned, blue-eyed individuals, redheads and those who tend to sunburn easily need to heed and dilute Thieves oil in a carrier oil (such as almond or olive oils) before directly applying to their skin. Always test Thieves Oil on a small area before applying it overall. If you have no reaction: then try using 1-2 drops of Thieves Oil on the bottom of your feet and also at the nape of your neck. Other places could Thieves Oil can be applied are under your arms and/or directly on the chest.

Prevention and Remediation - Thieves Oil allowed to slowly diffuse into an infested/contaminated area for 72 hours will also safely and far more effectively remove virtually all toxic mold and bacteria problems for weeks and is safe for most workers to breathe as it is being diffused.


The fate of all mankind I fear is in the hands of fools. - King Crimson

Fri Nov 06, 2009 7:13 pm
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Way cool find Leo. Am planning my sourcing of ingredients already. Fortunately we grow about 70% of these compounds on our farm already. Your find is a gem and highly recommended to others here.

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