The Power of herbs for Prepper Series
“Herbs for Chickenpox”
- Herbs for Malaria
- Herbs for Tuberculosis
- Herbs for pneumonia
- Antiviral herbs
- The Power of Slippery Elm Bark
- 3 Superfoofds that will help you get through a food Shortage
- The vitality of Personal hygiene during an economic collapse
This virus also has a relation to the Shingles virus and is highly contagious.
Yarrow Root: used as a diaphoretic to induce sweating to release toxins from the body from the viral infection
Cayenne: used as a diaphoretic to induce sweating to release toxins from the body from the viral infection and to begin healing process.
Dandelion: to detox the organs and blood from impurities and toxins released from the virus.
Burdock: used as a powerful blood purifier from toxins released from the viral infection, particularly within the liver.
Bee pollen: for its powerful support of the immune system through a full spectrum of B complex vitamins and minerals also for its nutritional support for all the main systems effected and recoveries.
Slippery Elm Bark: for its powerful nutritional support
Echinacea: for its antibacterial properties and to strengthen the immune system
Pleurisy Root: used for its powerful healing of both bacterial and viral infection properties over usage can cause upset stomach.
Witch Hazel: for its cooling and astrigent properties
Goldenseal: for its powerful antiseptic properties
There are a few things needed to be do to be feat this virus and they are:
1. Cleansing the System(s): We need a diaphoretic this is a her that induces sweating by exciting the pores system , this allowing the toxins to exit through the pores. a hot shower is immediately needed after this to wash the toxins and the a cold shower to seal the pores from reentering back into the body through open pores. a few good examples are Cayenne, Yarrow Root
Detoxifying the blood stream:
Make a Dandelion, Burdock or Yarrow tea from a tincture or fresh or dried plant . (se recipe and dosing below)
2. Strengthening the immune system:
This is Vital raw Domestic Bee pollen you will be able to tell its raw and domestic because it is not all in granular form(freeze dried.) it is a powdered type of granule and needs to be refrigerated.
take 1/4 teaspoon of raw bee pollen in a 6 ounce glass of warm distilled water daily.
or take 1 cup of echinacea goldenseal tea daily if bee pollen is not available do not give bee pollen to children or infants or if you are allergic to bee products.
3. Nutritional Support:
Slippery elm bark powder 2 tablespoons in a 12 ounce glass of warm distilled water 3 times daily. and a regular herbal “EXTERNAL” wash/detox
“Recipes and Dosing”Herbal Aid recipe Recipe “General Healing”
1 ounce of skullcap
1/2 ounce of pleurisy root
Infuse for 20 minutes in a quart of boiling water strain and add vegetable glycerine to sweeten to taste. and take WARM. take 2 ounces 3 times a day
Dried Herb:Take 2 teaspoons of dried herb to a tea ball or spice bag and add 8 ounces of boiling water let steep for 30 minutes min.
making a tea from a fresh herb plant
Fresh Herb:Take 4 teaspoons (about) of fresh herb and add it to a tea ball infuser or spice bag add 8 ounces boiling water let steep for 45 minutes min.
Yarrow Root Tea: Take 10 drops of burdock tincture into 8 ounces of boiling distilled water mix well drink HOT as possible
Dandelion Tea take a draw of your tincture(herbal Kit Owners and add to 8 ounces of boiling distilled water mix well drink warm. take 2 times daily (Adults)
Burdock Root Tea: Take 10 drops of burdock tincture into 8 ounces of boiling distilled water mix well drink warm
1/2 ounce goldenseal root
1 ounce sage
2 ounces of apple cider vinegar
10 ounces of distilled water
7 ounces of Witchhazel
10 ounces of water
Bring to a boil then drink heat down to a low simmer for 30 minutes. let cool add to bathwater and wash effected areas. do not let come near or in ears, eyes, nose.