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Diabetes testimonial from a friend that
had one leg removed because her diabetes was so
bad. She also had congenital heart failure and
?. She almost died. She wasn't expected to live
the week out. I asked her how she got rid of her
diabetes and heart and other problems for the last
Her answer - "Diabetes yields in most cases to
diet, lifestyle, NEVER ANY DIABETES DRUGS, mild
exercise, and, this is VITALLY IMPORTANT, PARASITE
CLEANSING AND ANTIFUNGALS!!! That's the primary
way I did it!
|Pesky Mosquito recipes for Insect repellent -
Using Catnip which is 10 times more
effective than Deet. read
more info click here >>>>
antiseptic, antibacterial, antidepressant,
antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, deodorant,
diaphoretic, febrifuge, fungicidal, insect
kind to the skin, insecticidal,
Good for, skin infections, malaria, eucalyptus
essential oil is fantastic on skin ailments;
burns, blisters, wounds, insect bites,
oil could be a new, cheap weapon in the fight
against mosquito-borne diseases such as malaria,
filariasis, dengue fever and West Nile virus.
The oil not only repels adult mosquitoes but
also kills the larvae. Gives good protection all
According to recent studies at Iowa State
University, catnip may discourage mosquitoes.
The university has patented nepetalactone, the
primary ingredient in catnipoil, and hopes to
develop products to thwart mosquitoes.
Recipe: Plain water will do. Mix 15 drops
Catnip with 2 oz. of water. Use as a spray
-- just shake the sprayer first to mix the oil
and the water.
Also available in a roller bottle with a carrier
Gives good protection all day. citronella,
Catnip to make a spray. Mix about
a half-teaspoon of essential oil with 1
cup alcohol and 1 cup water. Shake well
and spray lightly on clothing, arms and
legs. (We prefer Everclear from the
Brew a catnip and
vinegar spritz. Crush the leaves by using a
rolling pin or scrunching them with your hands
2 cups catnip leaves and add to 3 cups white
or rice vinegar in a quart jar. Seal and store
in dark cupboard. Shake every day for 2 weeks.
Strain mixture into clean jar and refrigerate.
Use as a light spritz on clothes, arms or
legs. Some say the vinegar keeps the
mosquitoes away, other say the catnip does the
Gather 2 cups catnip
and 1 cup rosemary leaves. Crush the leaves by
using a rolling pin or scrunching them with
your hands. Put the leaves in a clean jar and
cover with 2 cups unscented Carrier
vegetable Glycerine. Store in a cool dark
cupboard for 2 weeks. Shake the jar lightly
every day. After 2 weeks, strain out the
leaves and pour the oil into a clean jar.
Refrigerate and use the catnip body oil as
Grow catnip plants in your garden or
indoor planter. Take off a leafy stalk, crush
the leaves and rub them on skin or clothing.
Wear catnip leaves crushed in a handkerchief or
bandanna around your neck. If you are not
sensitive to catnip, try rubbing a fresh catnip
leaf on pulse spots such as behind ears, inside
elbows and wrists, behind knees and at ankles.
have been attributed to Parasites. Cleansing and
getting rid of these parasites have given
physical relief to some.
Parasites are living things that use other
living things - like your body - for food and
a place to live. You can get them from
contaminated food or water, a bug bite, or
sexual contact. Parasitic diseases can cause
mild discomfort or be deadly.
My daughter was
taking a college class when the
professor asked, "How many of you have
parasites?" no one raised there hands. Then
he asked "How many of you have animals?" a
few raised there hands. Then he asked "How
many de-worm your animals regularly. . . you
Some symptoms of
parasite infections may include:
Some worms, because of their shape and large
size, can physically obstruct certain organs.
Heavy worm infections can block the common
bile duct and the intestinal tract, making
elimination infrequent and difficult.
Gas and Bloating:
Some parasites live in the upper small
intestine where the inflammation they produce
causes both gas and bloating. The situation
can be aggravated by eating harder-to-digest
foods such as raw fruits and vegetables and
beans. Persistent digestion problems can often
be a sign of parasites.
Some varieties of intestinal worms attach
themselves to the lining of the intestines and
then rob nutrients from their human host. If
there are large numbers of them they can
create sufficient blood loss to cause a type
of iron deficiency or anemia.
Joint and muscle
aches and pains
rashes, and other skin disorders can be caused
by microscopic parasites.
Disturbances: Can be caused by
nocturnal exits of certain parasites through
the anus creating intense discomfort and
itching. It is usually pinworms.
see below for more pinworm information.
:Parasitic metabolic wastes and toxic
substances can act as irritants to the central
nervous system. Restlessness and anxiety can
be the direct result of a systemic parasite
clenching and gnashing of the teeth has been
observed in cases of parasitic infections..
These symptoms are very noticeable among
sleeping children. Very often
wrapping scotch tape around your fingers
with the sticky side out and putting it
against the anus/rectum early in the morning
before a bowel movement or anything.
If it is pin worms you will see them on the
tape. You get them from touching door
handles that people who don't wash their
syrup has been the most effective defense
against Pinworms, we have found.
Parasite syrup by Dr. Christopher *
Black Walnut extract
by Dr. Christopher
more information go to our parasite page
information on using moon cycles to rid the
body of these uninvited guests
Women and Parasites
Infection with a number of parasites can lead
to special consequences for women. Some
examples are given below.
- Infection with Toxoplasma gondii,
a parasite found in undercooked meat, cat
feces, soil, and untreated water can lead to
severe brain and eye disorders in a fetus
when a pregnant woman becomes newly
- Trichomonas vaginalis, a parasite
that can be passed between partners, can
lead to vaginal infection and increase a
woman’s susceptibility to human
immunodeficiency virus infection. (HIV)
- Pregnant women in malaria-endemic
countries are at increased risk for adverse
effects of malaria infection (for example,
miscarriage, low birth weight).
- Women with young children and children in
day care are more likely to be exposed to
parasites that cause diarrhea such as Giardia
intestinalis and Cryptosporidium
spp., ectoparasites such as lice (Pediculus
spp.), and pinworms (Enterobius
vermicularis) that cause anal
- Chagas disease, a vector-borne parasitic
illness prevalent in parts of Central and
South America resulting from infection with
the parasite Trypanosoma cruzi,
can be transmitted from a pregnant woman to
the developing fetus and may lead to heart
and brain infection, and in addition,
chronic disorders later in the child’s life.
- Anemia in a pregnant women resulting from
hookworm infection (Necator americanus,
Ancyclostoma duodenale) can lead to
low infant birth weight, impaired milk
production, and a higher risk of mortality
for both the mother and infant.
- Anemia can also be caused by malaria, and
in pregnant women in malaria-endemic
countries, anemia can result in low infant
birth weight and a higher risk of mortality
for mother and infant.
- Pregnant women often need special
consideration when being treated for
parasitic diseases in order to avoid harm to
the fetus, especially during the first
Schedule from Dr. Hulda Clark
Walnut Hull Tincture Extra Strength
Capsule Dose (200-300mg)
Capsule Dose (500mg)
drops 1 time per
day, like before a meal, in 1/2 cup of
capsules 1 time per
day, on empty stomach (before meal)
capsules 3 times a
per day, like at mealtime
Now once a week
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|Belly Diminishing Foods
|MUFAs are foods rich in monounsaturated
fatty acids, healthy fats that
research links to less belly fat and better
overall health. Your body digests MCFA's more
easily than other fats. In fact, they follow a
completely different pathway when eaten. They're
sent directly to your liver to be metabolized
and converted into a rapid source of energy.
This leads to an increase in your metabolism,
improving your chances for faster weight loss
and providing more energy. The best part: MUFAs
are found in rich, delicious foods like:
Olive oil: is the
best all around for cooking and salads because
it contains mostly MUFA, which lowers "bad" LDL
cholesterol without affecting "good" HDL
cholesterol. The greener the oil, the more
antioxidants, so go for extra-virgin. Olive oil
has healthy fat that increases satiety, taming
your appetite. Research shows it has
anti-inflammatory properties. Chronic
inflammation in the body is linked to metabolic
Flaxseed oil: is the best plant
source of omega-3 fatty acids and helps reduce
systemic inflammation, which researchers believe
may lead to heart disease, cancer and
Coconut oil: Recent
research has shown this tropical oil may
increase your metabolism and help you burn fat
Nuts and Seeds:
are becoming widely known as the “skinny nut,"
They are loaded with heart-healthy unsaturated
fat which has been proven to reduce blood
cholesterol levels and lower the risk of heart
have significantly higher amounts of omega 3
fatty acids as compared to other nuts.
The MUFAs and vitamin E in almonds work
together to cut cholesterol. Almonds are also a
great source of vegetable protein and fiber.
Avocados, a great source of heart-healthy MUFA,
contain more of the cholesterol-smashing
beta-sitosterol than any other fruit.
Chocolate or, more specifically, cocoa powder
made from ground, defatted cocoa beans, contains
compounds that have the potential to protect
against heart disease, stroke, cancer, and
|Shea butter as
a Natural Sunscreen
Protects the skin from both environmental and
free-radical damage. It contains vitamins A
and E, and has demonstrated both antimicrobial
and anti-inflammatory properties.
|Shea butter has been
used to help heal burns, sores, scars,
dermatitis, psoriasis, dandruff, and stretch
marks. It may also help diminish wrinkles by
moisturizing the skin, promoting cell renewal,
and increasing circulation. Shea butter also
contains cinnamic acid, a substance that helps
protect the skin from harmful UV rays.
- Daily skin moisturizer
(face and body)
- Dry skin relief
- Dry scalp
- Skin rash- including diaper rash
- Skin peeling, after tanning
- Blemishes and wrinkles
- Itching skin due to dryness
- Shaving cream to reduce razor
- Small skin wounds
- Skin cracks
- Soften tough skin on feet
- Stretch mark prevention during
- Minor burns
- Sun and wind protection
- Even skin tone
- Reduce blemishes and scarring
- Eliminating scalp irritation from
dryness or chemical processing
- Preventing bumps after shaving
- Reducing acne (especially in
combination with African Black Soap)
- Absorbs quickly without leaving a
- Helps restore elasticity to skin
- Restores luster to hair
Heal the Burn
compresses Following a burn, skin is
inflamed. Cool it down with compresses
dipped in any of the following substances.
- Cold water. Use either plain water
from the faucet or add a few ice cubes. Dip
a cloth into the liquid and lay it over the
burn. Repeat every few minutes as the cloth
warms. Apply several times a day for a total
of 10 to 15 minutes each.
- Aluminum acetate. If itching is
intense, try mixing Domeboro's powder
packets (available in drugstores) with
water. The aluminum acetate in the powder
keeps skin from getting too dry or itchy.
Follow package directions.
- Witch hazel. Moisten a cloth with
witch hazel. This incredible astringent has
been shown to have long-lasting
anti-inflammatory relief. Apply often for
temporary relief. For smaller areas, dip
cotton balls into the liquid and gently wipe
Check the kitchen
- Oatmeal. Wrap dry oatmeal in
cheesecloth or gauze. Run cool water through
it. Discard the oatmeal and soak compresses
in the liquid. Apply every 2 to 4 hours.
- Fat-free milk. Mix 1 cup fat-free
milk with 4 cups water, then add a few ice
cubes. Apply compresses for 15 to 20
minutes; repeat every 2 to 4 hours.
- Cornstarch. Add enough water to
cornstarch to make a paste. Apply directly
to the sunburn.
- Lettuce. Boil lettuce leaves in
water. Strain, then let the liquid cool
several hours in the refrigerator. Dip
cotton balls into the liquid and gently
press or wipe onto irritated skin.
- Yogurt. Apply yogurt to all
sunburned areas. Rinse off in a cool shower,
then gently pat skin dry.
- Tea bags. If your eyelids are
burned, apply tea bags soaked in cool water
to decrease swelling and help relieve pain.
Tea has tannic acid, which seems to ease
soak in soapy water. Likewise, stay away
from bubble baths. If you must use soap, use
only a mild brand and rinse it off very
What you can do is take a
cool bath, as an alternative to compresses.
Add more water as needed to keep the
temperature cool. Afterward, gently pat your
skin dry with a clean towel. Do not rub your
skin, or you'll irritate it further.
You can also add one of the following to
reduce pain, itching, and inflammation.
- Vinegar. Mix 1 cup of white or
apple cider vinegar into a tub of cool
water. A great astringent, it soothes
- Aveeno powder. If the sunburn
involves a large area, use the premeasured
packets or add 1/2 cup of Aveeno Soothing
Bath Treatment, made from oatmeal, to a tub
of cool water. Soak for 15 to 20 minutes.
Aveeno is a well-known remedy for itching.
- Baking soda. Generously sprinkle
baking soda into tepid bathwater. Instead of
toweling off, let the solution dry on your
skin. It is completely nontoxic, and it will
soothe the pain.
Soaks and compresses feel good and give
temporary relief, but they can make your skin
feel drier than before if you don't apply
moisturizer immediately afterward. Pat
yourself dry, then smooth on some bath oil.
Let it soak in for a minute, then apply a
moisturizing cream or lotion, such as Eucerin.
SMART TIP: Chill your moisturizer in the
fridge for added relief.
Know good ingredients
- Soothe with aloe: Aloe vera may
really help wound healing. Simply
break off a leaf and apply the juice. But
test a small area first, he cautions, to
make sure you're not allergic to aloe.
- Guard against infection: If you
have an infection or are worried that one
will develop, use an over-the-counter
antibacterial ointment such as Polysporin or
- Numb with an anesthetic: If your
burn is mild, an over-the-counter anesthetic
can relieve pain and itching. Look for
brands that contain benzocaine, benzyl
alcohol, lidocaine, or diphenhydramine
hydrochloride. Aerosols are easier to apply
than creams or ointments, but never spray
them directly onto your face. Instead, put
some on a piece of gauze or a cotton pad and
pat it on your face to avoid contact with
Go to the freezer
An ice pack can
also provide relief if the burn is mild. Wrap
it in a damp cloth and hold it over the
sunburn. Improvise, if necessary. You could
even take a bag of frozen vegetables, for
instance, and use that. But make sure to wrap
it first so that you're not placing the icy
package directly against your skin.
Eat and drink!Put the right
stuff in your body to aid your skin-saving
SMART TIP: If your legs are burned and your
feet are swollen, elevate your legs above
heart level to help stop the swelling.
you've gotten burned, it takes 3 to 6 months
for your skin to return to normal. When you
get a sunburn and the top layer of skin
peels off, the newly exposed skin is more
sensitive than ever. That means you'll burn
even faster than you did before if you're
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quality of our oils.
Christopher Products -
Don't leave out God and prayer - the 2 most
important ingredients in any situation.
While you are praying or after praying don't forget to
LISTEN for the answers! They will come.
Listen to your body as you take
anything. Remember that even doctors are only
God Bless each of you in your quest for health.
This statement is for educational purposes only
and is not intended to
diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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