Natural Cleaners: Four Thieves Vinegar

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Four Thieves Vinegar Recipe
(natural disinfectant/cleaning agent)

Ingredients:

* Vinegar (white wine or apple cider) – 2 litres

* Wormwood (1 tablespoon)

* Sage (1 tablespoon)

* Marjoram (1 tablespoon)

* Meadowsweet (1 tablespoon)

* Campala Root (3 tablespoons)

* Angelic Root (3 tablespoons)

* Rosemary (3 tablespoons)

* Horehound(3 tablespoons)

* Champhor (3 tablespoons)

* Thyme (2 tablespoons)

* Mint (2 tablespoons)

* Lavender (2 tablespoons)

* Cloves (25 cloves)

Method:

  1. Add dried herbs to vinegar solution.
  2. Before closing the lid put some cling wrap to stop metal lid from corroding.
  3. Steep for 3 weeks in a secure glass jar in a cool dark place.
  4. Before closing the lid put some cling wrap to stop metal lid from corroding.
  5. Strain solution through cheesecloth and then bottle securely in smaller jars.

Note: Keeps longer if you keep refrigerated in a dark glass jar.

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Make sure you purchase sustainable and environmentally sourced ingredients and support your local businesses too.

Essential Oils: http://www.doterra.com/#/en

Seeds to Grow Herbs: https://www.edenseeds.com.au/ and/or
Dried Herbs:  http://www.southernlightherbs.com.au/

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(C) T. Altman 2015

Disclaimer:  The information presented here is taken from my own personal experiences and are to be used as a guide only.  Please take into consideration, any medical conditions such as allergies before attempting.  Permission to reprint any information or photos on this blog must be obtained by the blog creator (altman.tina@yahoo.com).

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