Flying Oil by Wild As The Wind

Flying Oil

With so many people falling ill before they even make it to their holiday destinations, I have decided to draw upon a potent medieval preventative medicine known as Thieves Oil, in order to combat the health dangers of flying. The upshot of these endeavours is Flying Oil.

Wild As The Wind Flying Oil

Wild As The Wind Flying Oil is available in small 10ml bottles so they are permitted in the cabin during flights. Flying Oil also remains useful during our holidays…

Why Is Flying Oil So Necessary?

Unfortunately, the oxygen which circulates in the cabins and cockpits of planes is anything but safe. The air is perpetually recycled via the engines leading to two major issues:

  • Repeated exposure to infections and pathogens
  • Risk of Aero-toxicity

Aero-Toxic Syndrome, which is contracted by inhaling contaminated air from engine leaks whilst flying, is very serious. The cabin air is constantly circulated around the engine and reintroduced into the cabin in order to keep the engines cool. But many highly noxious substances can leak through poorly sealed pipes and all of the moving parts of the engine at any time. They can prove deadly…

For more information about Aero-toxicity please follow the link.

This article will focus on the potential infections and the risks of pathogenic exposure whilst flying.

Thieves Oil

Thieves Oil was used during the sixteenth century plague in Britain by a team of grave robbers and thieves. They used Thieves Oil to protect them from the highly contagious and deadly disease. They would anoint themselves with Thieves Oil whilst digging up graves to relieve the corpses they contained of their jewels and other valuables. They would also enter the houses of the dead to do the same.

The black death, as the plague was known, was spread by the fleas on rats, and was so contagious that households which were infected were required to post a notice on their front doors warning visitors not to enter.

The Thieves Oil, which it became known as, after the grave robbers were caught, was so effective, no-one who wore it contracted the disease despite repeated exposure to the pathogens.

The King ordered the robbers be brought to court immediately after they had been apprehended, and demanded that they reveal the secret of what had been protecting them from infection. Their recipe was then circulated all about London so that others could avoid contraction of this most deadly of diseases.

Thieves Oil contained:

Flying Oil

Flying Oil is not too dissimilar to Thieves Oil, but it is definitely a more targeted hybrid of this early medicine.

In the twenty first century we have access to better quality essential oils as well as a much broader variety, and so whilst I have stuck to the principles of Thieves Oil I have most certainly put together a more potently protective blend.

Flying Oil Ingredients

How To Use Flying Oil

Apply to the area of the face around the nose and mouth. One or two applications will be fine for a short haul flight, but hourly reapplication on long haul flights is advised.

Stop using Flying Oil during stop overs, and reapply immediately before entering the plane for your onward journey.

Flying Oil Protections

Flying Oil protects us against the following:

Xenoestrogens are synthetic Oestrogens which disrupt our fragile hormonal balance and can make us very ill indeed.

The fire retardants, which are repeatedly reapplied in planes, owing to the potentially devastating outcomes of in-flight fires, as well as the heightened fire risks in pressurised environments, are extremely Xenoestrogenic.

Flying Oil has been formulated to protect us from Xenoestrogenic uptake.

Flying Oil Other Uses

Because of it’s anti-bacterial properties, Flying Oil can be used as an antiseptic balm on your holidays, and it can be used topically to treat skin yeast infections.

To aid digestion and stop a parasitic infection from taking hold, a few drops of Flying Oil can be applied to the abdomen and massaged in, up to three times daily.

Flying Oil must be stopped after 10 days of continuous usage and not resumed again for a month. This is due to the Oregano Essential Oil content.

Disclaimer

The information provided is not intended to replace the medical directives of your healthcare provider. This information is not meant for the diagnosis of health issues. If you are pregnant, have serious or multiple health concerns, consult with your healthcare provider before using essential oils or associated products. If you experience any complications or adverse reactions contact your healthcare provider.

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About Rachel Wild

Rachel Wild is the Creative Director at Wild As The Wind. She's been a professional writer for print and digital publication for more years than she cares to remember. She is no longer a 'writer for rent', now very gratefully, devoting all of her time to her passion... writing about health and well-being and sharing it as far and wide as she can. (Please help her!)

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