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Instructions for Guarding Your Health
While it is too early to say whether a cure is available for this virus, some interesting research to follow:
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Below is a list of things you can do to diminish your chances of getting sick.
- Take 200mg of Vitamin C daily.
- Stay hydrated: If possible drink reverse osmosis water from a glass bottle. Drink water before your meals, a little bit of water with meals and try to abstain from drinking after a meal (give yourself a few hours to digest). If possible, take your largest meal midday, when digestion potential is at its highest, rather than in the evening, which slows digestion and increases fat retention.
- Don’t touch your face unnecessarily and wash your hands frequently.
- Use baking soda to your advantage (see recipe below). Enema Recipe (use a non-toxic enema kit & seek guidance if you do not have experience with enema)
- Practice self-love. A healthy immune system can repel most infections. If you love yourself, you are more likely to take care of yourself and have a healthy immune system.
Bicarbonate Buffer Wash Recipe
The bicarbonate buffer is of central importance to how the human circulatory systems work (read more here). It is great to wash all skin (do not apply to mucous membranes). First wet the skin, then apply a small amount of wash, scrub lightly and rinse thoroughly. The most important places to wash are:
- Behind the ears
- Face & Neck
- Underarms & Chest
Remember that normal soap dissolves the skin’s natural oil, leading to temporary drying, which increases sebaceous secretions and interrupts the normal skin’s regeneration process, leading to premature ageing. The wash formula below will not interrupt the sebaceous secretions (as it contains no soap) but will nevertheless provide the skin with the deep clean of the bicarbonate buffer activated through the coconut oil.
- Baking Soda (~1l)
- Coconut Oil (~1l)
- Shea Butter (2 Tablespoons) *
- Cardamom Pods (3) *
- Cannabis Leaves (1/3-1/2 cup) *
- Sieve or Cheesecloth or Paper Towel
- Large Pot
- Large Bowl
- Silicone Spatula
- Enough glass containers to store 2l of wash
- Combine all ingredients except the baking soda into the pot and heat on low-medium heat for 35-45 minutes.
- Dump the baking soda into the large bowl.
- Strain the solids from the coconut oil mixture using the sieve into the large bowl.
- You want the ratio of oil:baking soda to be 1:1, so you may have to adjust the proportions. Add coconut oil until all of the baking soda is dissolved.
- Pour mixture into glass jars. Store at room temperature.
- You can use any leftover coconut oil as lip / skin gloss, appropriate for all skin type (but too greasy for palms). Use only on areas that feel dry.
Turmeric Milk Recipe
Turmeric can be used to make curcumin which has been demonstrated to have anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. In order to derive benefits, the curcumin must be rendered bioavailable. One way to do this is to mix 2 tablespoons of turmeric with 250ml of unpasteurised honey. Let the mixture sit for a week and take one tablespoon per day. Another way to render curcumin is to heat turmeric with butter/ghee (recipe below).
- 500 ml of milk (or almond milk or some other milk substitute)
- 1 tablespoon of butter or ghee
- 2 ml of turmeric
- Sweetener (to taste) (i.e.: sugar, maple syrup, NOT honey – honey should never be heated above 40C).
- 3 crushed cardamom pods
- 1 ml cinnamon*
- Wooden spoon
- Heat the ghee over med-low heat on the stove
- Add the turmeric once it has melted
- Mix together for 1 minute
- Add cardamom pods, milk and cinnamon
- Mix together for 5 minutes
- Remove from heat and add sweetner
- Strain the liquid into a coffee mug