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AB Protection Spray and EO Sale

We are proud to offer our latest AB Protection Spray for your needs! It is available in 5ml, 15ml, 1oz essential oils; 2oz Glass or BPA-Free Spray bottles; 2oz, 4oz & 8oz refill bottles are also available to use with your own sprayer!

Similar to Thieves Oil & On Guard but with two additional essential oils which is formulated for their anti-bacterial qualities:

Clove Oil - Antibacterial: Clove has a wide spectrum of antimicrobial activities. When combined with Rosemary and Lavender, it has additive effects against Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria (Fu et al. 2007). 

Sweet Orange - Antibacterial: Lang and Buchbauer (2012) noted that limonene was a prevalent component in oils that have good antibacterial activity. Antidepressant: Hongratanaworakit and Buchbauer (2007) found that massage with Sweet Orange oil (unaccompanied by olfactory stimulation) was relaxing, and inspired feelings of cheerfulness and vigor. 

Lemon - Antibacterial: Limonene is often found in oils with strong antimicrobial actions (Lang and Buchbauer 2012).  Antidepressant: Lemon oil has antidepressant effects (Perry and Perry 2006). The inhalation of d-limonene has anxiolytic action (reduces anxiety) (Lima et al. 2012c). Lemon essential oil, and its components limonene and citral can decrease both physical and psychological stress (Fukumoto et al. 2007).

Rosemary - Antibacterial: Fu et al. (2007) reported that the essential oil had good antibacterial activity and was active against Propionibacterium acnes (bacteria that can cause acne).  Antifungal: Rosemary essential oil has a wide spectrum of antimicrobial activity, and is synergistic with Clove against Candida albicans (Fu et al. 2007).

Eucalyptus - Antibacterial: Eucalyptus essential oil is effective against a range of bacterial respiratory pathogens (Cermelli et al. 2008). It is also active against Propionibacterium acnes (bacteria which causes acne) possibly due to γ-terpinene and α-pinene (Athikomkulchai et al. 2008). Antifungal: The essential oil is dominated by 1,8 cineole, which is active against Candida species (Kordali et al. 2005).  Antiviral: Edris (2007) reviewed the literature and identified that the essential oil has antiviral potential. However, Cermelli et al. (2008) stated that its antiviral activity was minimal against adenovirus and mumps virus.

Tea Tree - Airborne antimicrobial: Tea Tree is well suited to diffusion as an aerial antiseptic. It has an outstanding effect against a wide spectrum of microorganisms, such as Staphylococcus species (including MRSA), dermatophytes and Candida species (Lang and Buchbauer 2012). Edward-Jones et al. (2004) demonstrated that the vapors of Tea Tree in conjunction with Geranium were the most active against MRSA of all the oils and combinations investigated.

Lavender - Antibacterial: Edwards-Jones et al. (2004) found that a combination of Lavender, Geranium, and Tea Tree had an increased inhibitory effect on the growth of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), but that Lavender and Tea Tree without the Geranium were less active against MRSA.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


From March 22nd to March 31st; ANY purchase of Aromatherapy Pendants, Astrology Pendants, Car Diffusers  & Superhero Car Diffusers (except those on sale) will receive a 1ML Essential Oil of their choice, ANY essential oil.  Just email Info@JnJFarmKY.com with order number in subject line and essential oil of choice!

 All shows for the month of April 2020 have been cancelled.


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