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Thieves for N1H1 Virus (Swine Flu)


Broadcasters and government officials have put the scare on about N1H1 virus reeking havoc on the new school year. There is still no vaccine.

I have only one solution to offer – Thieves. This bottle of essential oils combines the oils thieves and looters used to rob plague victims in France, without getting the plague.

This proprietary blend of Eucalyptus, cinnamon, clove, rosemary and others, was tested at Weber State University and found to have killed 99.96 percent of airborne bacteria. Rub 1 drop on your kids (don’t forget yourself and husband) or put a drop in their cereal before school and maybe they won’t get this flu virus that has everyone hollering pandemic.

I can’t promise anything, but my logic goes like this: if it can make you immune to the plague, what’s a little flu?

Email me or leave a comment and I’ll order you some for $41.78. (If I get a justifiable amount of interest I’m thinking of becoming an official distributor.)


3 replies
  1. Bonnie says:

    I totally make my own. It’s much cheaper (especially if some friends get together and you do it co-op style). I use a drop on my toothbrush, I also put some in my bottles of hand soap (which are diluted Dr. Bronner’s) and in my bottles of cleaner (also Dr. Bronner’s and the other bottle is vinegar/water). My acupuncturist says it is not so much immunity-boosting as it is anti-microbial. I think I may use it to replace hand sanitizer and maybe a drop in water bottles to ward off any gross stuff that ends up in there (b/c IME with small children, there is a fair amount of backwashing – ew).

  2. Azure says:

    I make my own as well but the Young Living products are amazing. I put it on the soles of everyone’s feet, use it in an atomizer and it has replaced hand sanitizer in our home. We have battled and won against so many common illnesses in our home, from colds, the flu (which one?), measles and molluscum contagiousum with the use of essential oils. Love this post and would love to hear that you become a Distributor. If you love the product you’ll do very well in the biz.

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