Originally posted by brandiwine14
Most warnings that are put out now are exactly as you said.. just fear mongering and propoganda. I believe that if a real uncurable disease was hitting the states they wouldn't tell us anything at all.
I like the holistic approach to almost anything though haven't tried your little concotion yet it sounds interesting enough.
I have tried and found lavender oil useful for many things (for me). It has a really calming affect on me, I put it on my pillow to help me drift off to sleep. Ill put a drop on my wrist if I have a test coming up the smell calms my nerves. lavender is really soothing but so far it hasnt helped me when i'm sick, only anxious. I'm not quite sure how your recipe will help stave off this superbug, but i''ll look into it anyways, cause sometimes you just never know.
Sounds like a lot of money though, being that those are at least ten-fifteen dollars a piece just for a small amount of oil. but I suppose a life saved is priceless.
edit on 7-3-2013 by brandiwine14 because: (no reason given)
The Manuka Honey was shown in tests to kill these things also and is pretty low cost really. Also coloidal silver does work on many things very well and you can make it very cheaply.
Colloidal Silver The germicidal and antibacterial properties of colloidal silver were discovered almost a century ago. Numerous clinical cases and anecdotal evidence provides us with the knowledge of the power of colloidal silver to kill bacteria, fungal infections and viruses. Even though the FDA has tried to discredit the efficacy of this important healing substance, the effects of colloidal silver in the treatment of bacterial diseases such as MRSA, topical wounds, sores and infections speaks for itself. Learn more: www.naturalnews.com...
Manuka Honey The most delicious and deadly agent that works to kill bacteria is Manuka honey, which comes from Australia and New Zealand. Researchers have discovered that Manuka honey applied topically can kill a wide range of pathogens, including MRSA and flesh-eating bacteria. Scientists were pleased by the fact that the treated bacteria didn't build up any resistance, rendering the honey ineffective. Learn more: www.naturalnews.com...
edit on 7-3-2013 by Char-Lee because: (no reason given)