Quick post here...
My daughter in law went to visit her parents, who recently returned from a trip out of the country. Well, they brought back "the crud." You know, the sniffles, congestion, achy muscles, and sore throat germs. Since I am at my son and daughter-in-law's home, I was keeping my distance. But guess that did not work.
I woke up today with itchy eyes, burning throat and itching on the roof of my mouth. Those are my personal symptoms that I experience when something is brewing! So I am sharing with you my routine when "the crud" tries to settle in my body and I need to stop it in its tracks.
You will need only 2 things:
A small bowl with about half cup of water.
One capsule of oregano oil. ( I take a capsule once a week regularly)
Take a straight pin and pierce the oregano capsule. Then squeeze its contents into the bowl. Mix.
Take about 1/3 of it and swish around your mouth and gargle. Spit out, do not swallow.
I do this 2-3 times for one day. My symptoms are usually gone within a few hours.
That's it. Oregano oil...nothing like it.
Oil of Oregano effectively combats viruses, bacteria and yeast, which are the main of sore throats and the "crud." It is also a powerful pain reliever and anti-inflammatory. When I was around sick patients at work, I would come home, shower and rub diluted oregano oil on the soles of my feet and then put socks on. This was my weapon against the flu. Those doctors though I was crazy. They got the flu!
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