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This is highly unconventional but there's no harm in trying. Rub 5 drops of Argan oil daily on the central section of the upper chest (near the neck) and slightly onto the neck area. Always dab a tiny amount of arm skin first to ensure there's no allergic reaction. This is to help the brain to be protected and therefore function better, it is not a slow working cure, just a daily work around. Heavy metal detox may be appropriate in some cases to slowly reduce the source of the problem, however this is just a loose theory at this stage.
cinnamon and wintergreen
Clean your air conditioning unit by combining very light amounts of wintergreen, clove, anise in a primary base of vodka. Lightly spray into the air intake as the unit is running using a fine misting bottle. Use this recipe at your own risk. It's safer to use store bought products, people usually only use this formula if store-bought products have all failed to work in removing the pungent odour of fungus/bacteria form their units.
Often viruses place a heavy load on the liver, Black Walnut has often been able to alleviate some of this inflammation. Lung inflammation can partially be addressed by fennel seed. Ask your local herbalist for guidance and confirmation depending on the area impacted by inflammation.
Lemon myrtle is a little known substance that has great potential as an anti-bacterial in the future. It's hard to find, hard to know how to use, so it's not reall appropriate for any kind of use at this stage. More research is needed by lab studies before it enters the consumer arena. Many other supplements at your local health store are safely anti-bacterial.
Vitamin B7 seems to work well for some people. This vitamin is known to be strong enough to alter results of blood tests.
Supplementing with a small amount of the herb Cascara Sagrada. Don't exceed the amount suggested on the side of the bottle. Start with small amounts.
It's certainly not easy to quell the storms, but Echinacea may be a worthy contender for the task. Depends on the pathogen.
DAILY SUPPLEMENT FOR MEN
Nettle root may keep men's blood become a little healthier and ready to combat invaders. Some people report enhancement of male potency. Effect diminishes over time. It's always wise to take frequent breaks.
Possibly manganese supplementation, however we need far more confirmation in the future to know for sure it really helps. Adding minerals to your body preferably needs to be done with some sort of method of scientific feedback as to whether or not your current levels are sufficient.
Pomegranates come up all the time for a variety of reasons. Great dietary option. Fruit, juice or supplement. Just don't go overboard with it.
Shampoo or conditioners that contain a lot of beer might be able to prevent further hair loss.
Artichoke and dandelion root seem to give a little boost to liver function.
Alpha Lipoec acid comes up often. Best to check with a health professional if it is suitable for supplementation because this supplement is quite strong when compared to other natural supplements on the market. E.D.T.A. may even be stronger again, so great caution and professional medical monitoring of all the essential mineral levels should accompany any use of this substance, and just make sure you're under the constant guidance of a licensed medical professional when you want to remove actively remove metals from the body.
Licorice Root is probably the best herb for preventing dangerous blood clots from forming.
Here's something really strange: cinnamon bark oil applied topically can at times seem to alleviate internal pain caused by bacteria. Many supplements are anti-bacterial when taken internally, but few can get the job down from the outside. It's a a strong oil, so ensure you dilute it in some jojoba oil, or argan oil, or similar skin friendly oil before you rub onto skin. If there's no real need to use it, then don't. No more than a couple of drops of this bark oil at a time, and no more than 3 times a day. Try half a drop on your skin first, to ensure you're not allergic. Be on the look at for a rash to show you're reaching a dose causing an allergic response. Keep away from eyes or sensitive areas of your body, such as your face, groin, nipples or lymph area, it can sting. It's a wonderful essential oil but please approach it responsibly with a great deal of caution and apply it to a safe area of yrou body. Never take internally.
Testing is still ongoing, but so far Rosmaranic Acid is one of the more powerful substances with promising anti-viral activity. Natural sources of this acid (containing safe levels) are spearmint leaf tea or rosemary tea from your local health store. Hopefully scientists research this substance in the future so we can learn exactly how it can help. Whole clove is a notable second place at this stage, yet to be honest.... finding clear anti-viral winners is not easy because most substances only seem to work to temporarily "inhibit" replication for a matter of hours, and seldom, if ever, kill the virus. Fighting viral invaders is a tricky business.
Kelp to help your body to inhibit replication or accumulation. Slippery elm to change the spike's structure or potency. Olive leaf to assist.
silica and the probiotic strain Lactobacillus plantarum DR7
lysine, fennel, astragalus
is caused by aluminium build-up, so take cordyceps primarily but also selenium, lipoec, circumin, ip6, vitC
lemon eo, xylitol spayed into each nostril
Got carbon build-up baked onto metal? Use anise oil.