Essential Oils for Immunity
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Clove, Lemon, Cinnamon Bark, Eucalyptus Radiata, Peppermint & Oregon.
Clove was used in dental practices traditionally because of its anti-infective properties as well as its high eugenol content, which numbs oral tissues on contact.
Tradition holds during the time of the Black Plague, a group of grave robbers were caught and sentenced to death. They were granted pardon for their crimes on one condition - reveal the secret of how they avoided contracting the disease. The robbers revealed that they were spice traders and had anointed themselves with a mixture of spices to protect against illness. While the exact recipe has been lost, many modern herbal remedies combine research from modern medicine with inspirational story of the thieves.
Germs, mold and viruses can be spread through contact with air, water, blood, other people, and other contact surfaces. Airborne pathogens can be spread when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or even breathes. Some pathogens can live on surfaces, untreated, for days.