Testimonial: Thieves Spray and Sore Throats
For some reason, we have been hit with a lot of different colds and bugs this year, way more than usual. I am betting it is because we’ve got two little kids and for whatever reason, kids are germ magnets! Thieves oil has been very good for helping to boost our immune systems and prevent us from getting every bug floating around, but when I got a killer sore throat I knew I needed to try something different.
Now when I say sore throat, I mean the type of sore throat where it is swollen, you can’t swallow and it feels like someone just slashed the inside of your throat with a million tiny little razor blades. Oh yeah, BAD! So when I woke up that morning I decided to use the Thieves Essential Oil Spray. I stuck out my tongue and sprayed it to the back of my throat just like I was using any other sore throat spray. The taste was actually pretty good, almost just like a redhot candy.
Within just a few moments the back of my throat felt numb, which was definitely an improvement over how it had been feeling. Then the built up mucous (lol, sorry if it’s TMI!) started to break up in the back of my throat too. Halfway through the day I had a return of the sore throat, but I sprayed it again and it never came back, and the cold didn’t progress any further. I had the same really bad sore throat a few months prior, and it had lasted four days so finding out that the Thieves spray could be so helpful was such an exciting discovery!
So, what is in the Thieves Spray?
- Pure grain alcohol
- Deionized water
- Thieves essential oil blend
- Fractionated coconut oil
- Soy lecithin
My best guess is that you’d have a hard time finding as natural of a throat spray anywhere else.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult with the apropriate healthcare providers before making any health decision.*