Thieves is an essential oil blend of Cinnamon, Clove, Eucalyptus Radiata, Rosemary and Lemon essential oils, in MCT Food Grade Fractionated Coconut Oil.
Make a Wellness Tea: Add a drop of Thieves EO and a spoonful of raw honey to a warm cup of water. Enjoy in the morning or anytime you need a boost.
Support Healthy Immune Function: Add a drop to a spoonful of honey and take as a dietary supplement.
Add to Your Toothpaste: If you like to DIY, you can make homemade toothpaste and add Thieves EO.
Diffuse: Make your home smell medicinally clean. Just add a few drops to your diffuser.
Clean Your Home: You can make your own household cleaner with Thieves EO to clean virtually every surface of your home. It smells great too.
Here are some ways you can use thieves oil in your day-to-day life.
A diffuser is a device that allows the scent of essential oils to disperse throughout a room. Typically the oils are placed in the diffuser along with water. Diffusion can be good for things like:
To use thieves oil for diffusion, carefully follow the product instructions that came with your diffuser. This is important, because the directions may vary by product.
Steam inhalation involves adding essential oils to a bowl of steaming water. The hot water vaporizes the oil, allowing it to be inhaled with the steam. This application may help with respiratory congestion or sinus issues.
To use thieves oil for steam inhalation, you can do the following:
You can also make massage oils using essential oils. To do this, the thieves oil must be diluted in another type of oil, which is called a carrier oil. Carrier oils can include things like jojoba oil and coconut oil. Don't apply essential oils directly on the skin unless diluted in a carrier oil.
The University of Minnesota Center for Spirituality and Healing recommends that the total percentage of essential oil shouldn't exceed 3 to 5 percent of the total solution volume.
If you're planning on applying massage oil to a large area, consider using a 1 percent solution.
You can also add thieves oil to unscented lotions and creams. These preparations can then be used for purposes such as soothing, cleansing, or helping with wound healing.
Like with massage oils, you'll need to dilute thieves oil in the cream or lotion before applying it to your skin.
The National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy recommends that the final essential oil concentration be 1 to 2.5 percent for normal skin and 0.5 to 1 percent for sensitive skin.
You can also use thieves oil in a spray. You may find this helpful for enhancing the scent of a room. Or you may want to tap into the antimicrobial properties of thieves oil and use it as a mild cleanser.
To use thieves oil in a spray:
The products offered by Quente Products are neither intended nor prescribed to be a substitute for medical treatments, cure or prevention of any disease - physical, mental and emotional. Please consult your healthcare provider for any health-related problems prior to use.