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Thieves cleaner for horses and barn use.

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Health & Medicine

Published on March 5, 2014

Author: RyanSoper2

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THIEVES FOR THE BARN www.equicense.com Young Living’s Thieves essential oil blend was created based on the historical account of four thieves in France who protected themselves from the Black Plague with cloves, rosemary, and other aromatics while robbing victims of the killer disease. When captured, they were offered a lighter sentence in exchange for their secret recipe. Young Living’s proprietary Thieves oil blend Includes Clove, Cinnamon Bark, Rosemary, Lemon, and Eucalyptus Radiata and has been specially blended to offer the same kind of defense. Thieves has been university tested and found to be highly effective against airborne bacteria.

Household Cleaner Concentrate 1. 55 gallon overhead fly spray system: (2) 14.4 oz. cleaner bottles + (2) 15 ml bottles Purification essential oil blend. Fill rest of system with water. (Preferably well or without chlorine or other toxic chemicals.) 2. Basic fly or insect spray including fleas & mites: in 32 oz. sprayer, 2-4 oz. cleaner + 30-60 drops Purification essential oil blend. Fill rest of sprayer with water. 3. Body spray to provide environment unsuitable for sore joints & muscles: 32 oz. sprayer, 2-4 oz. cleaner + 30-60 drops each essential oil in Raindrop kit; fill rest of bottle with water. Spray after work outs. 4. Hock spray: 32 oz. sprayer, 2-4 oz. cleaner + 30-60 drops each essential oil of Copaiba, Lemongrass, PanAway, Idaho Balsam Fir and/or Idaho Blue Spruce. Fill rest of bottle with water. Spray daily if fusing. Spray before working. 5. Tendon or Ligament Soreness: 32 oz. sprayer, 2-4 oz. cleaner + 30-60 drops each essential oil of Sandalwood, Cypress, Idaho Balsam fir, PanAway, & Wintergreen. Add 10 drops Peppermint. Fill rest of bottle with water. Spray daily or as needed. 6. Wound spray: 32 oz. sprayer, 2-4 oz. cleaner + 30-60 drops each essential oil of Lavender, Cypress, Tsuga Canadensis, Egyptian Gold Blend, Palo Santo & Frankincense. Fill rest of bottle with water. Spray daily or as needed. 7. Arthritic Joints: 32 oz. sprayer, 2-4 oz. cleaner + 30-60 drops each essential oil of Lavender, Cypress, Tsuga Canadensis, Egyptian Gold blend, Palo Santo & Frankincense. Fill rest of bottle with water. Spray daily or as needed 8. Go-Jo degreaser replacement: use straight out of bottle. 9. Aerial Spray to provide environment unfriendly to bacteria & virus such as Strangles or Kennel Cough: See #1. Make sure all animals (infected or exposed) are sprayed several times daily until threat of disease is gone or quarantine lifted. 10. Trailer, Stall or Kennel Spray: In 2 gallon sprayer, add 4 oz. cleaner + 60 drops Purification essential oil blend. Fill rest with water. Spray before loading into trailer, stall, crate or kennel in strange facility.

11. Hoof or Paw Spray: Use diluted to spray just before loading into vehicle so assist in not bringing strange guests home with you and your animals. 12. Scratches: Bacterial infection causing scabby or scaly condition on animal’s rear legs may be corrected by providing environment hostile to bacteria. 13. Bedding: Add 1-2 capfuls to wash cycle for cleaner beddings. 14. Blankets or Sheets: Add 1-2 capfuls to wash cycle for cleaner blankets. 15. Floor cleaner: Add to mop water for cleaner kennels, tack rooms & vet clinics. 16. Farrier Tool Cleaner: Make a diluted spray to apply to rasps before applying to hooves to provide an environment hostile to bacteria left from last hooved animal. 17. Dental Equipment Cleaner: Make diluted spray to apply to items before applying to your animal’s mouth to provide environment hostile to bacteria left from last animal. 18. Pre-Surgery Skin Wash: Ask your veterinarian to use diluted mix to sanitize area. 19. Veterinary Tables/Equipment: Ask your veterinarian to allow you to spray dilution in and around areas where your animal will be. You don’t want to take home whatever the last animal left behind. There’s a reason animals are take to a vet office. 20. Leg Wrap Cleaner: Add to wash water. 21. Leg Boot Cleaner: Add to wash water or use directly out of bottle if really stained. 22. Garbage Cans: Wash out with diluted mix to provide environment hostile to unwanted smells & microscopic creatures. 23. Bucket, bowl or dish cleaner: 1 capful in 3 cups water to wash out items. 24. Muck Buckets: Wash out with diluted mix to provide environment hostile to unwanted smells & microscopic creatures. 25. Felt Saddle Blankets & Pads: Spray lightly with diluted mixture. 26. Barn Walls: Apply undiluted to clean & kill mold 27. Stall Fronts: Apply undiluted to remove varnish & prepare for new finish application. 28. Bridle Buckle Cleaner: Apply undiluted to remove oil from tack cleaning procedure. 29. Ant Spray: Spray along trails or around door area to discourage them from entering. 30. Kennel Bedding: Add 1 capful to 6 cups water to spray area while bedding in place.

31. Sap Remover: Apply undiluted to area where animal managed to have wonderful time rubbing up against something sticky. 32. Living Quarter Trailer Carpet: Use to clean upholstery & sanitize. 33. Living Quarter Trailer Wood Trim: Use 4-5 capfuls in 32 oz sprayer of water to clean. 34. All Purpose Cleaner: 1 cap to 1 quart water. 35. Sweat Stained Equipment: Apply undiluted to area as a prewash. 36. Girths: Wash in diluted mixture. 37. Fleece Nosebands: Spray with diluted mixture. 38. Collars (Cloth): Wash in diluted mixture. 39. Collars (Leather): Spray with diluted mixture to get rid of skin oils & dirt. 40. Brush Cleaner: Wash in diluted mixture of 1-4 caps in 1 quart water. 41. Pet Stains: Apply undiluted to area. then rub with clean cloth. 42. Stall Blankets: Spray with diluted mixture to freshen & rid of cooties. 43. Fluffy Toy Cleaner: Spray diluted mixture on toy then rub with clean cloth. 44. Human Boots: Mix 1 - 2 TBSP cleaner with 1 cup water. Spray inside to deodorize. 45. Drool Faces: Mix 1-2 TSBP cleaner with 1 cup water. Scrub face clean & freshen. 46. Cloth Cleaners for most surfaces & equipment: Apply diluted mix to clean cloth. Thieves Toothpaste 47. Wound sealant. 48. Swollen tissues may reduce. 49. Swollen lymph nodes may have a tendency to return to normal. 50. Cellulitis: Apply to area. 51. Clean silver on equipment. 52. Bit cleaner.

Thieves Foaming Hand Soap 53. Wound cleaner in place of toxic substances that may be swallowed 54. Dog Baths with just a few pumps. 55. Mane Rubbed Out: Apply to area and rinse out daily till no longer itches. 56. Copper Bit Cleaner: Just apply, wait a few minutes then wipe off. 57. Nylon Equipment: Just apply to area, rub in, wait a few minutes then rinse well. 58. Nails (Yours): Apply to nail brush and scrub away barn & kennel grime. Thieves Essential Oil Blend 59. Tooth issues: Apply neat or dilute to provide environment hostile to cavities, pain or disease. 60. Gum issues: Apply neat or dilute to provide environment hostile to disease. 61. Congestion: Apply neat or diluted to nostril area of horse. Allow small animals to smell oil after putting in your hand. 62. Bleeders (Equine Competition Horses): Combine (3) 15 ml bottles in 8 oz. V6 Mixing Oil. I top dress food at rate of 5 ml of mixture daily. 63. Bacterial or Viral Infection: Top dress equine food with 6-10 drops twice daily. Top dress smaller animal’s food with 1-2 drops twice daily. 64. Broken Bones: Apply neat to area to provide environment hostile to pain & possibly accelerate healing rate. 65. Immune Support: Top dress equine food with 4-6 drops daily. Top dress smaller animal’s food with 1 drop daily. 66. Warts: Apply to area. Diffuse or allow animal to inhale daily. Also top dress food. 67. Uncertainty: Apply to area of salivary gland trigger point. 68. Splinter or Sliver: Apply to provide an environment hostile to foreign objects. 69. Bruise: Apply neat or diluted to area. 70. Mouth Sores: Apply neat or diluted to area. 71. Insect Stings: Apply neat or diluted to area to aid in pain relief or neutralize toxins.

72. Adhesive Remover: Apply neat to dissolve gum left by store tags on toys & equipment. 73. Balancing Ting Points: Apply 6 drops around coronary bands & work in well in clockwise circles moving around area to disperse. If paw animal, put 1 drop in your hand, dip a finger in oil, apply around nail bed of each toe & between pads. 74. Longevity: Top dress food in morning. Be sure to feed probiotic in PM. There needs to be 8 hours between AM Thieves & PM probiotic. 75. Sore Throat: Mix 1-2 drops for small animal or 6-8 drops for large hooved animal in 1 teaspoon - 1 Tablespoon for small animal or 1-2 oz. for large animal of V6 Mixing Oil. Use a small syringe to put in mouth. 76. Fungal Infections: Apply neat or diluted to aid to provide hostile environment. 77. Eye Infections: 1 drop in 5-10 drops V6 Mixing Oil applied around eye - not in eye. 78. Allergy Symptoms: Diffuse for paw animals. Large animals may not object to application on nasal flare. 79. Rash: Dilute with V6 Mixing Oil before applying to area to aid in itch relief. 80. Lyme Disease: 10-30 drops internally daily based on animal’s size. 81. Barn or Kennel Charts: Apply neat on cloth used to wipe off permanent markers. 82. White Line Disease: Apply 6 drops to coronary band & work in well over entire area. 83. Founder or Laminitis: Apply 6 drops to coronary band & work in well over entire area. Do same with Valor blend or Palo Santo. 84. Abscess (Hoof): Apply 6 drops to coronary band & work in well over entire area. 85. Airborne Infections: Diffuse in kennels or barns. 86. Post-Surgical Infections: Apply neat or diluted to area. Diffuse. Top dress food. 87. Post-Dental Work: Ask dentist to spray or flush mouth with dilution. 88. Office Space: Put few drops in vents to provide environment hostile to infection. 89. Mud Room: Diffuse or put in vents to deodorize. 90. Groomer Vacuum: Place few drops in vacuum bag to improve odors.

Thieves Waterless Hand Purifier 91. Callous skin: Apply to area daily to soften. 92. Insect Bites: Apply directly to area to ease stinging sensations. 93. Scratches (Equine): Rub in area to provide environment hostile to infection. 94. Bit Sanitizer: Apply prior to using on another animal. 95. Rubber Toy Sanitizer: Apply prior to giving toy to another animal. 96. Hands touched by stray animals: Apply ASAP as you don’t know anything about it. 97. Eyeglass Cleaner: Sneezed on by a big nose? Wipe on & clean with cloth. 98. Razor Burn: Accidents happen when animals move quickly. Just apply & leave on. 99. Show Clothing Stains Right Before Your Number is Called: Rub in & scrub off with clean cloth. 100. Hoof or Nail Black Stains: Apply to area - usually your hands - & wipe off well with clean cloth. Reapply if needed.

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