Ingredients: clove, eucalyptus, cinnamon bark, lemon, lemon myrtle, rosemary, thyme, oregano and wild oregano

Affinity for: immune system, lymphatic system, the skin, Resonance, physical, spiritual

Application: Deliverance can be used in so many ways, I am sure that I will not manage to list them all here. Some common methods of use are soak the family toothbrushes in Deliverance mixed with water, place a drop on your toothbrush at least one time per day, and place on a cotton ball or in an inhaler and carry with you, inhaling frequently, during the cold and flu season. A particularly effective way to fight a very virulent illness is to apply Deliverance alternately with LeLife Force. In the evening put one of these essential oils on the K1’s (acupressure points on the feet) and the other on the thymus. First thing in the morning, put the oils on again, then put them in opposite positions. If Deliverance was on the thymus area the night before, it should go on the feet in the morning. This method is very effective against really nasty stuff.

Aromatic Considerations: An excellent use for this blend is to diffuse it every day during the cold and flu season to eliminate air-borne bacteria and viruses.

Physical Aspects: Deliverance is one of the most potent antivirals, antibacterial, anti-fungal combinations available. Its many uses include respiratory infections, sore throats, strep throats, dental diseases and infections, cold sores, canker sores, cuts, any type of infections, athlete’s foot fungus, toenail fungus, and infection from slivers. Apply faithfully undiluted to get rid of a wart (this takes a little time so be patient). Frequent and consistent use also strengthens the immune system. Deliverance is an expectorant and helps the lymph system to drain. This is a very effective oil. Everyone should have it on hand.

General Information: Deliverance can be used, diluted, or diffused, in the home as a cleaner and air purifier to fight viruses, and air borne bacteria.

Cautions: Care should also be taken to dilute well, especially if frequent use is anticipated. The clove, cinnamon, thyme and oregano in this blend make it a possible skin irritant.

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