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Thursday, December 11, 2014

The Flu Formula (Penicillin Substitute)

Their are many anti biotic herbals; Oil of cinnamon, cloves, and peppermint i.e. can be added. lemoms, oranges, garlic, onions, honey, ACV and herbs such as Goldenseal Root which costly and can't be used at the same time as taking a drug.
These is my formula method. I've made a quicker onion formula then the flu formula below just by dicing onion on a cookie sheet; bake till bits of browns are made than add this to ACV (cover, and it will swell) and at the end add honey a natural antibiotic too. Then after 14 days and shake periodically then, drain before adding the honey. Make as much as you need in this method its all food. Store in dark bottles.
(To keep the flu away take some everyday; the same as the next Garlic Formula).


Mix from dry herbs; making them into liquids before combining;
 Mix well the following liquid ingredients:
FLU FORMULA
 *8 parts apple cider vinegar (parasite, etc)
 *5 parts glycerine ~Vegetable (?) or, preserve it for a longer time with Vodka/liquor
 *5 parts raw honey (add last) Honey is healing and makes the medicine have a pleasant taste.

 *2 parts garlic juice, fresh (see below) This is the antibiotic part. Use hot potent garlic or for children onion can be substituted. Remember the honey make it milder. I've been know to use more garlic?

 *2 parts comfrey root concentrate -This is the part that cleanse the liver and you can sub with another liver herbal, listed in my blog post (Be sure to grow your own by buying root cuttings) Horizon herbs has the roots to plant in the fall. Leave out if you can't get it.

 *1 part wormwood concentrate -parasites (add in 1/2 cloves or 1/2 part cinnamon which will kill parasite also, if you can't get this herb.)

 *1 part lobelia leaf concentrate- calms, reduces fever, kill poison and kills off toxicity waste (I have bought the tincture on line and added a bottle in. This is important if really sic.) I will not buy a formula without it in. I sometimes have to add it in at the last minute. Directions are on the bottle. Mountain Rose Herbs, Oregon has the tincture and they have the recipe to make it too.

 *1 part marshmallow root concentrate (mucus less forming, a natural pH can Slippery elm (colon~lax...) or, sub ginger root; will aid if stomach problems)
 *1 part Oak bark concentrate (parasitic)
 *1 part Black walnut bark concentrate (parasitic)
 *1 part Mullein leaf concentrate (Lungs need to be protected, holistic med. comfrey's will do some of this too)
 *1 part skullcap leaf concentrate (keep you calm and kill parasites)
 *1 part each: Uva ursi, Hydrangea or Gravel root concentrate (it also has female and stones melting properties)


To make concentrates:
Each concentrate should be made individually.
Start by soaking the herb in enough distilled water to cover it, for four hours, over night if it is a root.
Makes one gallon: (bottle in dark smaller bottles)
 After soaking, add more distilled water so that the total added equals 16 oz. water per 4 oz. of herb. Use a multiple of these amounts for larger batches. Using this amount will make approx. one gallon of Anti-Plague.
Simmer the herb on very low heat in a covered pan or double boiler for thirty minutes. Then strain the liquid into a clean stainless steel pan.
 Put the liquid into a double boiler or on very low heat uncovered and simmer it down to one-fourth of the original volume (4 oz.) Only after all the ingredients have been prepared should the liquids be mixed. (Use only stainless steel pots.)
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To make Garlic Juice: for the above amount use 2 1/2 lbs. of garlic - peel, blend in blender with vinegar (do not liquefy).
Let set for 3 days, shaking several times per day. Squeeze out liquid and measure. If needed add more vinegar to equal the 8 parts. (This with Lobelia/or cayenne can be added for a penicillin and taken alone if you can't make the rest up.) Or, sub. onions for the children?

(all parts are quoted) I've made just parts of this formula recipe and it stilled worked. Sub. where your herbs parts are missing or its not available, or in your area their are different herbs for the same purpose.
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 Another "liver" herb may be dandelion root i.e. You do not have to come to the USA or go over-seas for their herbs. They may have the same herbs of different ones for the same purpose. God is good to all. (or, they're many, see liver herbs, that maybe added or substitute.
If your in pain stop eating. If you do eat, don't indulge in heavy foods such as eating meat, high proteins. A correct pH balance is best. Best is a plant based diet especially if really sick. Remember the blood must be cleared/cleaned so toxins/parasite/cancers/ and other diseases can leave.
Keep your doors to your body's hallways open. Ingesting meat will close these doors. Just watch you tongue, if its white your cleaning the lymph's/liver/blood out of the body.  You will heal of your disease with this natural Penicillin if you follow directions. Use the best plants for any medical herbal formulas.
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 If you have a stomach problem add in ginger root
Bowel: If you have diarrhea use more fiber in the diet;  6 g. fiber bread, sunflower leaves will work, no sprays on herbs plants use healing GMO's).
Yogurt with live bacillus to replace the bowel flora lost and or cheese, i.e. for IBS or dirreahea problems.
 If you can't do this every meal eat only one meat/protein meal and the other two vegan. And take your formula Tbs 3-4 times a day.
Balance out all Protein sources it not in balance is not good for the liver and kidneys.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Liver: Blood Sugars/Diabetes

There is a lot of myths about blood sugar problems and why it cause and what to do about it from both sides of the fence.

The liver more than the pancreas needs to be addressed. Start the day with lemons. This shows the use of lemons. I found a new one the other day, put slices of a whole lemon in the microwave to clean it and the house smells great too.
Just a note from other postings: the proteins are hard on the liver and kidneys.



Monday, November 24, 2014

Let It Go

This post is for the emotional health we have to create the best you can. Let it go the hate, anger, bad day, divorce, or bad experience. Remember somewhere inside you it will stay and be there to effect your mental and physical health.
RE: TURKEY, "TOUGH TIMES" TRY CHCKEN! (from my Tougher Times blog)
A comment coming from Rivera, made me think:
"(Thanksgiving or Thanksgiving Day) (in North America) an annual national holiday marked by religious observances and a traditional meal including turkey. The holiday commemorates a harvest festival celebrated by the Pilgrims in 1621, and is held in the US on the fourth Thursday in November. A similar holiday is held in Canada, usually on the second Monday in October. Hmmm. There is no mention about the Native Americans here at all. LOL I am sure they could had say, "Thank you Native Americans for helping us learn how to grown food when we were dying the time we arrived to your land" JACINTO RIVERA
Actually they ate wild game...the turkey came much later.
Anyways I like what this G+ friend of mine said about Thanksgiving. People/readers forget I do blogs to help the poor and needy get through TOUGH TIMES. (That's the name of my blog, remember?)
My Mother, bless her heart, had a rough struggle though this earth life. She was mentally handicap (mentally challenged, haptic whatever,) to about a 9-12 year old level. She did develop before her death to about 16 yr old. Mom was perfect in her religion and her mom too never said a unkind about anything. They never stole; lied, whined, cried or bemoaned anything or any body. I never appreciated these characters until I left home and found everyone else had one or two.
My step-father could not read nor write. But, could fix anything; plumbing, electric work, build house, fix cars and appliances and, move houses. When times got tough we all pitched in went in the fields of Arizona and picked cotton or, in summers, into Oregon fields, orchards and picked fruit or vegetables. All he had was what he had in his pockets, he never gripped or deserted us four kids. During these times we lived in parks and out of the trunk of our car that had all of our passion's.
Holliday was sometimes sparse. When one can't read nor write is limits level of intelligence just as it did in mom.
One year I remember some organization giving Mom her first turkey. She thought it was a big chicken but found out differently when it would never get done. That meat was bloody tough. We couldn't figure out why people like it.
We never had one again. We're now all grown and some have and some are in "Tough Times," and two are single and alone on the holidays. I don't want turkey. Chicken sounds OK. Wish my family would just bring me a holiday plate. (No one to cook for) The holidays can be mean, but I remember my parents ways, no wimping, whining. Buy, if you can something special for yourself. If you don't treat yourself nice no one else will. Happy Holliday's my friend. Tough Times may require a small hen this year. It will all be over soon.
Desert:
http://toughertimes.blogspot.com/2014/11/sherms-organic-news-cranberry-holiday.html
Add: mash potato, dressing, gravy, roll, sweet potatoes or/and veggie
TURKEY, TOUGH TIMES TRY CHCKEN!
"(Thanksgiving or Thanksgiving Day) (in North America) an annual national holiday marked by religious observances and a traditional meal including turkey. The holiday commemorates a harvest festival celebrated by the Pilgrims in 1621, and is held in the US on the fourth Thursday in November. A similar holiday is held in Canada, usually on the second Monday in October. Hmmm. There is no mention about the Native Americans here at all. LOL I am sure they could had say, "Thank you Native Americans for helping us learn how to grown food when we were dying the time we arrived to your land" JACINTO RIVERA
Actually they ate wild game...the turkey came much later.


Anyways I like what this G+ friend of mine said about Thanksgiving. People/readers forget I do blogs to help the poor and needy get through TOUGH TIMES. (That's the name of my blog, remember?)
My Mother, bless her heart, had a rough struggle though this earth life. She was mentally handicap (mentally challenged, haptic whatever,) to about a 9-12 year old level. She did develop before her death to about 16 yr old. Mom was perfect in her religion and her mom too never said a unkind about anything. They never stole; lied, whined, cried or bemoaned anything or any body. I never appreciated these characters until I left home and found everyone else had one or two.
My step-father could not read nor write. But, could fix anything; plumbing, electric work, build house, fix cars and appliances and, move houses. When times got tough we all pitched in went in the fields of Arizona and picked cotton or, in summers, into Oregon fields, orchards and picked fruit or vegetables. All he had was what he had in his pockets, he never gripped or deserted us four kids. During these times we lived in parks and out of the trunk of our car that had all of our passion's.
Holliday was sometimes sparse. When one can't read nor write is limits level of intelligence just as it did in mom.
One year I remember some organization giving Mom her first turkey. She thought it was a big chicken but found out differently when it would never get done. That meat was bloody tough. We couldn't figure out why people like it.
We never had one again. We're now all grown and some have and some are in "Tough Times," and two are single and alone on the holidays. I don't want turkey. Chicken sounds OK. Wish my family would just bring me a holiday plate. (No one to cook for) The holidays can be mean, but I remember my parents ways, no wimping, whining. Buy, if you can something special for yourself. If you don't treat yourself nice no one else will. Happy Holliday's my friend. Tough Times may require a small hen this year. It will all be over soon.
Desert:
http://toughertimes.blogspot.com/2014/11/sherms-organic-news-cranberry-holiday.html
Add: mash potato, dressing, gravy, roll, sweet potatoes or/and veggie

USE THE TOUGH TIME ORGANIC IF YOU CAN HEN
IF you want to help the poorer folks, look around outside your comfort zones.

Eat the chicken and with the extra money buy another family a good roaster.
It fed all 6 of us! Thank You!
http://toughertimes.blogspot.com/2014/11/turkey-tough-times-try-chcken.html