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In the Medieval ages, grave robbers in Europe protected themselves from catching the plague by anointing themselves with certain aromatics while robbing plague victims. This blend of essential oils is highly effective in supporting the immune system and good health. It is also anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-mold, anti-mildew...  The list goes on and on!

Many people today use Honey LaBronx’s Medieval Oil to boost the immune system and to prevent illness, but it has also been found to have many other creative uses.  Read on!

Uses for Honey LaBronx’s
 Medieval Oil

1. Clean and disinfect floors: add to mop water
2. Clean bathtubs: mix with baking soda
3. Clean between teeth: mix with water in a water pick
4. Clean dishes: add to dishwasher before cleaning
5. Clean indoor and car upholstery: apply as wipe
6. Clean laundry: add to wash
7. Cut grease: apply to kitchen counters and stovetops
8. Deodorize garbage cans: wipe down or soak cans
9. Body Deodorant: add to water or liquid mineral salts
10. Disinfect car: apply to steering wheel and gearshift
11. Disinfect carpet: put a few drops in steamer/cleaner
12. Disinfect children’s hands: rub on hands
13. Disinfect classroom furniture: apply as wipe
14. Disinfect computers: apply as spray to keyboards and mice
15. Disinfect doorknobs: apply as spray
16. Disinfect gym equipment: apply as spray
17. Disinfect mouth: swish and gargle
18. Disinfect office, home, and classroom: diffuse in air
19. Disinfect piano keys: apply as spray
20. Disinfect public phones: apply as spray
21. Disinfect shopping carts: apply as spray
22. Disinfect your hotel room: place a few drops in heat/AC vents
23. Eliminate cooking odors: diffuse in air
24. Flavor tea and boost health: place a drop in your cup of tea
25. Improve mood: diffuse in home or office
26. Increase concentration and efficiency: diffuse in home or office
27. Increase longevity: place 10-12 drops in a capsule undiluted and ingest daily
28. Prevent and treat gum disease: apply directly to gums
29. Prevent colds and flu: apply directly to the soles of your feet
30. Prevent malaria, cholera, or dysentery: use a few drops in water while traveling
31. Prevent mold: apply as spray in shower stalls and bathrooms
32. Prevent pet illness: dilute and use to clean pet cages
33. Prevent sore throat: swallow a few drops
34. Protect your children’s health: apply to the soles of their feet daily
35. Protect yourself from in-flight germs: ingest a few drops before travel
36. Reduce airborne illness: diffuse in house daily
37. Reduce allergy symptoms: inhale vapors
38. Reduce cavities: apply directly to teeth with brush
39. Reduce Lyme disease symptoms: take one capsule full every day
40. Reduce phlegm and lung congestion: inhale vapors, mix with juice and drink
41. Reduce smoking urges: apply to the tip of your tongue
42. Relieve sinus pain: inhale vapors
43. Remove burnt food in pots and skillets
44. Remove clothing stains: pour on as a pre-wash stain remover
45. Remove labels: apply directly to adhesives
46. Remove mold: diffuse in home or business
47. Remove old varnish: scrub into old floors
48. Remove permanent marker: place on a cloth and apply to stain
49. Remove sticky substances from hands: apply directly to sap, etc.
50. Remove warts: apply topically, inhale vapors, ingest daily
51. Repel ants: spray along ant trails
52. Repel insects on flowers and plants: mix with water and apply as a spray
53. Sanitize bathrooms: diffuse in area
54. Sanitize earrings: apply as wipe
55. Sanitize hands: rub on hands
56. Sanitize toilets: place a few drops in bowl
57. Sanitize toothbrush: apply one drop
58. Soften hands: rub on hands
59. Soothe arthritis pain: apply to affected area
60. Soothe cough: mix a few drops into a teaspoon of agave
61. Soothe headaches: place a drop on your thumb and apply to the roof of your mouth
62. Soothe poison ivy rash: apply to affected area (may need to be diluted with vegetable oil)
63. Soothe sore throat: mix with a tablespoon of water, gargle, and swallow
64. Soothe toothaches: apply to gums and teeth
65. Strengthen voice: take prior to singing performances
66. Treat a pimple: apply one drop to affected area
67. Treat acne: take internally and apply to skin diluted with carrier oil
68. Treat bee and wasp stings: neutralize toxins by applying to affected area
69. Treat broken bones: apply to affected area
70. Treat bronchitis: apply directly to upper chest and throat
71. Treat cold and canker sores: apply to affected area
72. Treat cold and flu: mix a few drops with juice and drink every three hours
73. Treat cuts and abrasions: dilute with carrier oil (jojoba, grape seed, castor, etc.) and apply to affected area
74. Treat damaged or broken teeth: apply with toothbrush
75. Treat foot fungus: apply directly to affected area
76. Treat herpes: place a drop on the tongue and in a glass of water
77. Treat laryngitis: place on drop on your tongue
78. Treat pet injuries: apply a drop to affected area
79. Treat shingles: mix with equal parts vegetable oil and apply to affected area
80. Wash fruits and vegetables: apply as spray


.How do YOU like to use Medieval Oil?

Have you found a use for Medieval Oil that isn’t listed here?

Please contact us and let us know how YOU like to use it!

How to Diffuse:

You can either buy a special oil “burner” (usually a tea light is placed underneath a glass or ceramic bowl) or you can put a few drops in a pot of water and let it simmer on your stove.

You can also clip a napkin or piece of cloth to a fan and dampen the cloth with a few drops of Medieval Oil.  Turn the fan on and watch how quickly the scent will disperse into the room, cleansing the air you breathe!

How to Spray:

Fill a spray bottle with water -- preferably a bottle made of glass, but some plastics will work when the oil is well diluted with water -- and add a few drops of Medieval Oil.  You can use this spray as a household cleaner, to spray acne-prone skin (avoiding the face and sensitive areas) or for many other purposes. 

How to Inhale:

You can either inhale the oil when it is simmering in a pot of water on the stove, or you can add a few drops to a mug of boiling hot water.


Medieval Oil will melt certain types of plastic on contact so always be careful when using with plastic.  For this reason, Medieval Oil should not be added to humidifiers or other such appliances.

Use caution when applying to the skin.  Medieval Oil contains cinnamon oil which is a strong dermal irritant.  Be careful not to get oil in your eyes or near sensitive areas.

I am not a doctor or registered dietitian. I do not claim to cure any cause, condition or disease. I do not provide medical aid or nutrition for the purpose of health or disease nor claim to be a doctor or dietitian.  I am not liable, either expressly or in an implied manner, nor claim any responsibility for any problems that may occur directly or indirectly from using this product.

A proprietary blend of Cinnamon Oil, Clove Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Lemon Oil, & Rosemary Oil.

There are so many ways to use Medieval Oil.  The possibilities are virtually endless!