September 16, 2017
Seven hundred years ago, a wave of death ravaged humanity, killing off a third of the human population. It spread rapidly. People lost faith in doctors, and even many doctors lost faith in their own skills. Medicine had failed, and man was helpless against the Black Death.
Devout Christians were certain that God was punishing man for his sins. Mystics blamed planetary disturbances, and many others feared that the Plague was a poison created and spread by men. And while these suspicions led to extreme violence and chaos, nobody was able to outsmart the Plague…except four very clever French thieves.
As legend has it, they looted the homes of the dead and dying, outsmarting death at every step. When they were caught, the thieves made a confession to spare their lives. What was their secret protection? A concoction of rosemary, sage, myrrh, and other herbs infused in vinegar. They doused rags in the mixture and wrapped it around their heads, covering their mouths and noses.
While the legend itself may be a myth, some historians believe that a similar concoction was used by the population of Marselleis to dodge the effects of the Plague. We now know that the Bubonic Plague is a bacterial infection, and though it’s not know whether the Four Thieves oil protected or cured the Plague, it is strongly anti-bacterial in nature.
Modern science has proven that it is supremely effective in killing molds. In fact, the Four Thieves oil has been shown to eradicate tens of thousands of mold spores within just two to three days. It supports healthy lung and sinus function, can eliminate odors, and even relieve minor aches and pains. The Four Thieves oil is highly safe and can last for weeks after its application.
This incredible immune defense is available at Loose Leaf Tea Market, and we are confident that you will be pleased with its health-giving power. Give Four Thieves a try - and your immune system will thank you. You can also click here to learn how to use 4 Thieves Oil.
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