13 Mar Coronavirus precautions
While both Energy Healing and Biofield Healing have largely proven their efficacy in boosting the immune system and therefore protecting the whole physical body from any type of infection, the following are important recommendations by Dr. Heiner Fruehauf (Ph.D., LAc), chairman of the classical Chinese medical department and a professor of Chinese philosophy and herbs at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon on how to naturally protect your respiratory system from infection during the Coronavirus season.
Reduce sugar intake.
White and brown sugar causes our bodies to become more acidic, which benefits the growth of bacteria. Synthetic sugar alternatives such as Splenda are harmful to the nervous system and should also be avoided. Use maple syrup, local honey, or coconut sugar for sweetening.
Increase your intake of naturally occurring trace minerals,
which make the body more alkaline and have the potential to prevent infection. For instance, use Bio Nativus’ Ionic Trace Minerals (a trace mineral extract made from concentrated water from the Great Salt Lake). Add 5-15 drops to every glass of water or liquid you drink, up to 5x/day.
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Gargle with salt water
after brushing your teeth, preferably with a full-spectrum natural salt such as Real Salt.
Get a skin brush and start brushing your skin
after showering in the morning, especially the head, neck, and chest areas.
This will stimulate lymphatic circulation and increase your general feeling of vitality and well-being.
Apply essential oils before going out in public,
either in the form of anti-viral massage oil (applied to the chest, neck, and lower arm areas) or an anti-viral “perfume” (applied to the area below the nostrils). The following oils have proven to be most effective for the prevention and treatment of upper respiratory infections: Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, Niaouli, Lemon, Cinnamon leaf, Clove, Rosemary, Thyme, Frankincense, and Myrtle.
Any or all of the oils described above can be mixed to produce an essential oil blend. Massage oils should incorporate 30 drops of essential oils per ounce (blended into a base of high-quality olive oil or apricot seed oil).
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