Have you looked at your cleaning supplies recently? If you look at the cancer.org site you will find that 609,000 Americans will die from cancer this year. That is approximately 1,670 deaths per day. According to the American Cancer Society only 5-10% of these cases are from gene defects (Family cancer syndromes, 2020). This means that approximately 90-95% of cancer cases are under our control. Causes can be things like excessive weight, tobacco use, exposure to synthetic toxic chemicals, or excessive amounts of processed foods. Because of this, it is so important to look at what we are using in our homes to clean and do our daily tasks.
Some of the biggest robbers of good health are laundry soap, fabric softeners, dish soap, candles, plug ins, and cleaning supplies. So many of these products on the market are loaded with petrochemicals. Did you know that according to Dr. Andrew Sled who specializes in Environmental toxicology, burning a candle in your home for two hours is like smoking a pack of cigarettes (Harnisch, 2019, p. 371)? Friends, please just throw your wall plug ins, wax melts, and candles in the trash.
Safe and Economic Cleaning Products
Young Living has a cleaning solution that can meet all of your needs. It can effectively clean your windows, countertops, toilets, sinks, showers, and really everything in your home. The best part, it is incredibly safe. Every ingredient is plant based and is safe enough for you to drink. Although it probably would not taste the greatest.
The thieves blend consists of five powerful Young Living oils: eucalyptus, cinnamon bark, lemon, rosemary, and clove and proven to kill 99.9% of bacteria without harmful synthetic chemicals.
Economically, cleaning with Thieves Household Cleaner makes sense for your pocketbook as well. When you purchase the cleaning concentrate you will only use approximately one-half a capful of cleaner per 8 ounces of water. I suggest people grab 8 or 16 ounce glass spray bottles from Amazon or Etsy. This makes each spray bottle cost approximately $0.88/bottle. Additionally, you do not have all the added waste from cleaning bottles piling up in your home.
There are many other things you can do with this concentrate, it can even be used as a rinse aid in your dishwasher.
See below for a few of my favorite recipes.
Ditch and Switch
Cleaning without harmful synthetic chemicals in your home honestly has never been easier. Young Living has created an entire thieves line to make this easy for you from toothpaste and mouthwash, laundry and dishwashing soap, to hand soap or sanitizer.
A Young Living Premium Starter Kit is really one of the easiest places to begin your oily journey. The cleaner is easy to use, effective, and incredibly reasonably priced. Check the ingredients in the bottles that are hiding under your sink, the ones you use regularly, the ones your family is breathing in, and absorbing through their skin, check to see if they are clean ingredients. The chances are probably pretty slim they are safe enough to drink. For the sake of your family, please get these synthetic toxic chemicals out of your home and swap them out for something much cleaner and more efficient.
When you grab your Young Living Thieves Starter Kit by clicking on this link, you will become a member of my Twelve Stones Health and Wellness Team.
Let me Walk Alongside You and Your Family
Walking alongside you to help you learn to use your oils, fall in love with them, and make changes to completely rewrite your health story would be an amazing blessing for me. Young Living was by far one the best decisions I made for our family’s health.
Send me a message or click on “‘Grab my Starter Kit’” to begin your journey and join my wellness team!
Included in the Thieves Starter Kit:
2 Bottles Thieves Household Cleaner Concentrate
2 Bottles Foaming Hand Soap
1 Bottle Thieves Toothpaste
1 Bottle Thieves Spray
15 ml bottle of Thieves Essential Oil
Waterless Hand Sanitizer
Family cancer syndromes. (2020, August 5). Retrieved September 6, 2020, from American Cancer Society website: https://www.cancer.org/cancer/cancer-causes/genetics/family- cancer-syndromes.html