I often post about stocking spices to add flavor and variety to food storage, but my friend Emily has given me another reason: home remedies.  She has graciously shared three very nice publications that she compiled with information on health benefits and uses for multiple herbs and spices.  You can download her brochures here:

Kitchen Cures

Natural Healers

Spices Brochure

Thanks for the great information, Emily!

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4 Comments to “Healing Spices”

  1. Are you familiar with Thieves Oil? It’s an essential oil blend that was used by grave robbers during the bubonic plague during the 1400s which prevented them from getting sick. It’s great stuff and has a really pleasant aroma. Also on my must-have list for prep for a pandemic or flu.

  2. Kim says:

    I’ve never heard of Thieves Oil. Sounds interesting though. Thanks for sharing it. I’ll definitely read up on it.

  3. Jannell says:

    Thieves Oil

    Two recipes for Thieves Oil.

    Equal amounts of eucalyptus, rosemary, cinnamon, clove and lemon. Mix with base of olive oil.

    I usually put a tablespoon of each in a 2 oz. bottle and then fill the rest with olive oil.

    Or-
    Same ingredients, but measured out in different strength’s.
    Clove Bud Oil 200 drops, Lemon Oil 175 drops, Cinnamon
    Oil 100 drops, Eucalyptus Oil 75 drops, Rosemary 50 drops.

    Theives Oil
    Courtesy of Caroline Rogers founder of Nutrition Naturally and co-owner of The Tidewater Companion- A Holistic Health Directory and Resource Guide!

  4. Kim says:

    This is great! Thanks for sharing these recipes, and welcome to the site.

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