There has been a lot of research done on Spice for Life and it shows that it kills bacteria and viruses. They are studying this and it kills MRSA.
Spice for Life essential oil has the following essential oils in it: cinnamon, mandarin orange, lemon, lime, clove, nutmeg, black cumin, eucalyptus, ravensara, thyme and oregano.
Spice for Life helps stimulate the immune system, especially the respiratory system.
There has been a lot of research done on Spice for Life and it shows that it kills bacteria and viruses.
When you blend together cinnamon, clove, lemon, and eucalyptus it has been shown to kill up to 99.968% of airborne bacteria in clinical testing!
This has been proved in several different blind tests at several different universities, Weber State, Georgetown, Bayler, and Alcoloma.
Rosemary fights infections and helps the body to expel excess mucous.
It encourages cellular metabolism, stimulates cell renewal, and helps decrease cellular inflammation.
It encourages lymphatic drainage and tones the whole body.
Eucalyptus opens the lungs and heals the body.
It is antiviral and is an effective expectorant and decongestant.
When inhaled or rubbed on the chest it loosens bronchial secretions so they can be coughed up and expelled.
Peppermint stimulates the white blood cells to strengthen immune system against infections.
It also detoxifies and activates lymph flow and drainage.
Black Cumin strengthens the body and increases it’s bone marrow cell production by up to 250%.
It helps drain the lymph system and assists the liver.
It strengthens the immune system and helps the body increase its intake of zinc.
It also helps expel mucus.
See why I LOVE this stuff!
Essential Oils used as Antibiotics and Antivirals
Clinical research has shown that essential oils are highly anti-viral and anti-infectious.
A recent study done at Weber University has proven that four essential oils will kill 100% of the bacteria and viruses found in any room where they are diffused.
This is a significant breakthrough since there are so many life threatening viruses and drug resistant bacteria.
Doctors once predicted antibiotics would vanquish infectious diseases; however, the bugs are rapidly overwhelming today’s medicines.
Bacteria naturally evolve to avoid antibiotics, a process first spotted just five years after penicillin’s debut in the 1940s. But resistance appears to have sped up in the last decade, largely because antibiotics are being overused giving the germs more chances to mutate.
Pathogenic microorganisms such as viruses and bacteria do not become resistant to essential oils as they do to modern-day synthetic antibiotic drugs.
One reason viruses and bacteria cannot mutate with the essential oils is because of the many chemical constituents that make up essential oils.
Unlike drugs, whose chemical formulas are precisely modulated and measured, the chemical constituents of an essential oil will vary depending on the amount of rainfall and daylight to which plants are exposed, soil conditions, humidity,elevation, even the time of day at which the plants are harvested.
No matter how carefully these variables are controlled, every batch of pure essential oil is going to be slightly different from the one before and the one after. That slight variance in chemicals from one batch of essential oil to the next is all it takes to prevent fungi, bacteria and viruses from developing resistance to these natural plant remedies –
and it’s why we can use the same essential oils to fight cold and flu that our ancestors were using centuries ago.
As today’s growing plague of pathogenic, antibiotic resistant bacteria, mutating viruses, infectious fungi and disease causing parasites are becoming more & more of a threat, it is comforting to know we can have such powerful weapons as therapeutic grade essential oils.
Every family needs to know about them.”
Dana Clay Young
Essential Oil expert Dr. Jean Valnet states,
“In recent years both doctors and the public have rediscovered the medical value of essential oils, but the idea of using their properties to maintain or regain health goes back to antiquity.
The Romans had their knowledge of essential oils from the Greeks, who in turn had received it from the Egyptians. Hypocrites, for example, tackled the plague epidemic in Athens by fumigating the whole city with aromatic essences of plant oils.
Later, in the 19th century, it is known that perfumery workers always showed an almost complete immunity during cholera outbreaks.”