Black tea helps fight bacterial infections on the skin- drinking it everyday will help in clearing it up- and you can soak in the bath in it too.
Apple cider vinegar is also good for killing bacterial infections- you can drink it mixed in water 2 spoons and/or soak in a bath.(while drinking apple cider vinegar like-Braggs from GNC make sure you put about a spoon of baking soda in it or it will eat the enamel of your teeth), also good for relief of heartburn. Make sure it does not go against any medications you might be taking.
Essiac tea it good for dissolving tumors- making it at home is the best once you've ordered the herbs. This is the cheapest most effective way to use this tea to heal from tumors. My friend had an inoperable tumor in his head and tumors on his spine- he drink this morning and at night for around 6-8 weeks. After going through a hard detox cleansing time the tumors dissolved and turned into black goo and left his body.(This can not be taken for people with blood sugar problems).Drinking vinegar can stop a heart attack that is coming on too.
Natural cure for cat distemper-(flu). This cat disease can kill a cat within 24hrs because of the severe dehydration that comes quickly from the cat being sick, lethargic & won't be able to walk or eat.Than about 4 x a day keep giving it to the cat for about 5-7 days.
The recipe from (Wolf creek animal medicine site) Echinacea(2 capsules), minced garlic(1 spoon), peppermint tea (2 bags) and sperriment tea (2 bags)- (if missing one of the teas double the one you do have to 4 bags of tea.
After making the tea and adding all the ingredients mix it with half pedialyte(mix it with each dose not in the whole batch)(tea mix made good for 3 days). Give to the cat every hour for 24 hours and the cat should live if you started it soon enough. I would give my cat about 2 spoons every hour of this stuff every hour for the 1st 24hrs. Also beef both, liver broth helps keep their organs running & honey on the gums helps to hydrate them so the aren't whitish but pinkish again.I lost 2 cats from this disease and the vets couldn't help- so this emergency recipe from Wolf Creek helped save my 3rd cats life while I was waiting on the medicine I had ordered from them that had the same base ingredients in it. These ingredients help people with the flu also.Also watch for relapse and treat the cat again and the cat will live.
Honey and Tumeric powder for swollen Lymph glands (under the jaw line).
1 tablespoon of honey and a pinch or two tumeric powder ... you might feel a burning sensation in the chest region, that just means it's working. have at night before sleeping and when you're up in the morning it's gone.
For fever, especially if you've been out in the sun or in the heat for too long. Onion Juice. 2 table spoons ... and then rub some juice on palms and feet and even rub in your hair. 30 mins and you should see the temperature drop.
Very hot water:
1. In a cup, I used it as a natural steamer whenever I have asthma and colds.
2. In a waterbottle, I place it at my joints for my arthritis & rheumatism
1. Mix it with shampoo for a more cleaner and bounciful hair.
2. Mix it with vinegar for natural disinfectant and cleaning solution for all household needs.
Tea tree oil. I use it for nail fungus, insect bites, athletes foot, a deoderiser, an antiseptic, to treat acne and throat infections. Thankfully not all at the same time.
Thank you so much! I appreciate all of your responses.
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