Posted by jdawgswords in vlogs
October 9, 2015 at 4:38 pm
Yay! Your site’s finally accepting my comments!
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October 9, 2015 at 4:37 pm
I love garlic! I eat it raw!
October 9, 2015 at 1:52 pm
Fresh garlic has a natural antibiotic in it, which kills any bacteria foreign to the human body; it does not kill any of the bacteria natural to the body, such as in the bowel. If taken in the first 24 hours, it can usually clear an infection within two days, wherein it never gets to full strength.
I have used it for over 40 years now. I’ve had one cold, and one respiratory infection. All the times I took it early enough, at the first warning signs, it stopped the infection in its tracks.
The Russians did research back in the 1950’s verifying all this & I saw it on a poster while at school in Berkeley, in the late 60’s.
Take one clove of the bulb, about the size of the end of the thumb. Chop it up fine, and drink it down with water, or tea, or anything but alcohol. Do that four times a day until you feel better. I’ve never had to take it more than 3 days, usually stopping on the 3rd because it’s cleared….
As I said, it’s worked for me for over 40 years, and for my kids, as well, who now do the same thing to ward off the winter flus and colds… Just make sure to start taking it at the first sign of the cold. like that first sneeze the, night before, that makes the head fill up, Eat lots in you meals, & it adds protection, too, but cooking destroys the antibiotic.
Too late to stop this infection but taking it will help get over it quicker.
Solid truth, bro…
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October 9, 2015 at 3:03 pm
October 9, 2015 at 4:28 pm
You’re welcome; I know it’s stinky, but, which is worse? A cold, or a couple days of extra showers?
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