Four Thieves Vinegar

By Chet Day

 

> > Four Thieves Vinegar for Bioterrorism May Provide More Protection than
> Duct
> > Tape and Plastic Sheeting

> > Connie Chung and other talking heads in the media and
> > government may be urging you to buy duct tape and plastic sheeting to
> > prepare for a chemical or biological attack, but natural options exist
> that
> > make more sense.
> >
> > How about a garlic-based, anti-plague, anti-smallpox
> > concoction known throughout history as Four Thieves Vinegar?
> >
> > According to herbalist Elizabeth Kastner, "During the
> > height of the plague in France in 1721, it was discovered
> > that the homes of disease victims were being ransacked.
> >
> > At first, no effort was made to find the criminals, since all
> > knew they were fools, soon to die of the plague themselves.
> > As time went on, it became apparent that the thieves were
> > continuing in their raids... and quite inexplicably, avoiding falling
> victim
> > to the disease. Soon, they became highly sought -- not due to their
> crimes,
> > but in an effort to learn their secret.
> >
> > "When they were finally captured, they refused to speak,
> > until a bargain was offered: remain silent and hang.
> > Divulge the secret to their resistance to the deadly plague
> > and walk away.
> >
> > It seems that the mother of several of the
> > boys was a midwife, and had a recipe which used plants
> > which were easily wildcrafted... yet, she knew that this
> > would change immediately if anyone learned the formula, so she swore her
> > children to secrecy. Her sons saved their
> > necks and shared the recipe for the disinfectant, which is
> > still used in France to this day."
> >
> > Given the simple ingredients of Four Thieves Vinegar and
> > with all the yammering about smallpox and other
> > bioterrorism diseases in the news these days, it seems
> > prudent to me to prepare a home stock of this historical
> > preventative for dread diseases.
> >
> > According to Kastner, the traditional recipe for Four
> > Thieves Vinegar "makes a lot of sense, medicinally
> > speaking."
> >
> > You can make your own "Four Thieves Vinegar" by following the simple
> recipe
> > below.
> >
> > Four Thieves Vinegar
> >
> > Use equal parts of the following herbs:
> >
> > Lavender
> > Sage
> > Rosemary
> > Thyme
> > Melissa (lemon balm)
> > Hyssop
> > Peppermint
> >
> > A handful of garlic cloves
> >
> > Blend ingredients in a glass jar and cover completely with organic,
> > unpasteurized apple cider vinegar, which is
> > available in most health food stores. Cold infuse (let sit at room
> > temperature in a cool place) for six weeks and then strain off herbs and
> > garlic.
> >
> > You can take Four Thieves Vinegar by the teaspoonful, use it as a salad
> > dressing, or even add a spoonful to your bath water for personal
> protection.
> >
> > You can also use it as a topical spray to disinfect surfaces -- including
> > skin -- and/or you can take it as a tincture. All of the ingredients in
> Four
> > Thieves Vinegar are either potent antibacterials or antivirals!
> >
> > If you want to purchase this stuff already made, you'll find quite a few
> > online sources by using the keywords "four
> > thieves vinegar" at http://google.com
> >
> > Given the herd instinct of human beings, I predict most
> > people in the event of a bioterror attack people will do
> > everything but trample each other getting in line for a
> > government-recommended prescription drug or vaccination, even when current
> > vaccines lack proper testing and licensing.
> >
> > Folks who think outside the lines, however, may well
> > prefer Four Thieves Vinegar or other non-traditional
> > treatments, options that I detail in my 155-page special
> > report "Biological Terror: A Consideration of Ancient and
> > Alternative Treatments of Catastrophic Diseases" at
> > http://bioterrorism101.com
> >
> > In closing, Four Thieves Vinegar may not be a definitive
> > protection from dread diseases -- though many people
> > throughout history believed that to be true -- but it sure
> > beats the tar out of duct tape and plastic sheeting.
> >
> > About the Author:
> > Chet Day is a professional writer and natural health gadfly who can
> usually
> > be found at http://chetday.com
> >
> > Permission is granted to email this article exactly as
> > written to friends or discussion groups. If you're a
> > webmaster and want to know how to use this article to
> > sell my bioterrorism report as one of my affiliates,
> > mailto:chet@chetday.com?Subject=SellBioReportInfo
> >
> >
> > "...to disarm the people is the best and most effective way to enslave
> > them..." - George Mason
> >
> > "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do
> > nothing." - Edmund Burke
> > "At the rate we're losing our freedoms, the U.S.ofA. seems fulla those
> good
> > men!" - Me
> > "The ability to have an intelligent thought has always been the property
> of
> > a select few." - Ludwig von Mises.

 

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