It seems like every other cleaning product has some kind of antibacterial component to it. Many are starting to ask questions about the possible negative consequences of this chemical invasion in our homes. I ran into an interesting article about Triclosan the main active ingredient in most of the antibacterial products.

Read the article here

If you are looking for an efficient natural alternative to keep your home clean and free of bacteria and viruses, then you have come to the right place. Nature actually has the best solution for you it comes under the form of a blend of essential oils Young Living has called Thieves.

“As the bubonic plague decimated Europe in the year 1413, four thieves were captured and charged with robbing the dead and dying victims. When the thieves were tried, the magistrate offered leniency if they would reveal how they resisted contracting the infection as they performed their gruesome acts. They explained that they were perfumers and spice traders and told of a special concoction of aromatic herbs, including cloves and rosemary, that they rubbed on their hands, ears, and temples.” This story inspired the creation of this powerful essential oil blend.

“Research conducted at Weber State University in cooperation with D. Gary Young, as well as other documented research, indicates that most viruses, fungi, and bacteria cannot live in the presence of many essential oils, especially those high in phenols, carcacrol, thymol, and terpenes. ” Essential Oil Desk Reference p.6

Thieves is available in many forms, an Essential Oil blend, a Spray, a Household Cleaner, a toothpaste, a mouthwash, a foaming handwash and can now even be found in a powerful nutritional supplement called Inner Defense. Make sure you add one or more of these Thieves product to your next order and discover a truly natural antibacterial solution that you can trust around your children and your pets.

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