How to Immunize Yourself Against Colds and Flus By Barbara Oโ€™Neill

10/25/2019 20:00

I found out about Barbara O'Neill when I wanted to know more about the damn female hormones ๐Ÿคฎ and she has lectures on her youtube channel about it ๐Ÿ‘Š Thanks to her for all the research she did ๐Ÿ™ On the way to Luxembourg we were already familiar with the virus, so this article is the one that comes with co19 ๐Ÿ˜‰

 How to Immunize Yourself Against Colds and Flus By Barbara Oโ€™Neill

How to Immunize Yourself Against Colds and Flus

The reason most people succumb to colds and flus in the winter is that they eat too much cooked food and breathe too much cooked air. Using the cold can actually protect against colds. Winter colds and flus are an effort of nature to free the system from conditions that arise as a result of a violation of the laws of health. They are a house-clean, a friend.

Colds are needed to expel built-up waste.

If the following Eight Principles are obeyed, the house- clean will rarely need to happen ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘‡

1. Oxygen ๐ŸŒฒ

Be mindful of the air you breathe in the winter months. Better to have a jumper on than to have the fire too hot. Wood, gas and electric heater de-oxygenate the air in the home, so it is important to keep the windows open a little. Plan to spend portions of each day out of doors, breathing in deeply the fresh air.

2. Sun ๐ŸŒž

Whenever possible, spend time in the sunshine, with as much contact with the skin as possible. This improves the circulation, oxygenates the body and enhances the digestion. Enjoy the health-dealing, life-giving power of the sun!

3. Be Careful! ๐Ÿฅ‘

Don’t take anything into the body that will harm it and take in moderation good things. This rules out all stimulants, saturated fats (which include margarine), all refined foods and animal products. These all weaken the system and break down the fortifications that nature has set up to guard against disease and premature decay.

4. Bed ๐Ÿ˜ด

Make sure you are in bed by 9:30pm every night, earlier if possible. (This will ensure that your batteries are ‘recharged’ every night). Better to have an extra blanket on the bed and the window open a little, than a warm room with no fresh air while you sleep.

5. Movement ๐Ÿ‘ฃ

This is probably one of the most effective preventative measures. Only half an hour of brisk walking per day is all it takes. The key to the effectiveness of this is that the walk be brisk, causing the respiration to increase and the heart rate to rise. It also must become a daily habit, rain hail or snow. The best way to warm the human body is to warm it the way it was designed to be warmed: by activity.

6. Fuel ๐Ÿฅ—

A portion of every meal should be raw food. Best to begin with the raw food as it is alive with enzymes and digests quickly. If you find the raw food too cold, it can be warmed up with fresh garlic and cayenne pepper, which do not irritate, but only stimulate the circulation. Cooked, hot food is nice in the winter, but make sure it always has a raw accompaniment. A large breakfast, a big lunch, and a light or no evening meal is the eating program the human machinery thrives on.

7. Water ๐Ÿ’ฆ

Drink two to three litres of water a day. This is not negotiable as this is what the average height and weight human being loses a day. It must be replaced by water only. Dehydration is a big contributing factor in winter colds and flus. Early morning and between meals is best as it doesn’t interfere with digestion. Stop half an hour before a meal and resume one and a half to two hours after a meal. Use the cold to prevent colds . It is vital to finish every hot bath and shower with a ten to fifteen second cold rinse. Many have proven this an indispensable aid in preventing colds and flus. Quick application of cold water is a marvelous tonic, giving tone to the muscles and nervous system, preventing a chilling and equalizing the circulation. To run quickly for a few minutes on the wet dewy grass every morning, making sure you slip back into warm slippers, is a tried and true tonic for the body. At the same time, it is important to always keep the extremities warm in the cold months.

8. Mental Health โœจ

Stress has been proven to complicate all physical ailments. Avoid stressful situations and toxic people.

What to Do if You Get a Cold!?

Here are several options to increase the body’s ability to ‘clean house’ quickly ๐Ÿ‘‡

๐Ÿ’ฆ Drink a glass of water every ten minutes for an hour at the first sign of a cold. This will allow a quick house-clean and often prevent it going further.

๐Ÿ‘ฃ Have a hot foot bath for twenty minutes. Put a teaspoon of mustard and half a teaspoon of cayenne pepper into the foot bath. Wrap a blanket around yourself, and drink two glasses of water while sitting there. Finish by pouring a jug of cold water over the feet.

๐ŸŒฒ Breathe deeply the freshest of air. Well-oxygenated air cleanses and purifies the bloodstream, and gives food to the lungs.

๐ŸŒž Allow the sun to bathe the face and chest. Use safe sun: short bursts in the middle of the day, longer session when your shadow is as ‘long’ as you are. Sunshine touching the skin increases the circulation to those areas, which increases healing.

๐Ÿ“Œ On the first day, eat no food. Drink three litres of water through the day, as well as herb teas, such as peppermint. Have fresh fruit and vegetable juices every couple of hours if desired. On the second day, eat RAW food only. Sprinkle the salad with a dressing of olive oil, lemon juice crushed garlic and cayenne pepper. Avoid grains, as they are mucus-forming when you have a cold. Slowly reintroduce grains and legumes as the cold subsides.

๐Ÿ˜ด Spend a small portion of the day resting; early nights are vital. The body is designed to restore and health while it sleeps.

๐Ÿšถ‍โ™€๏ธ A brisk walk warms the body and increases its healing powers by increasing the circulation and the burning off and expelling of waste.

๐Ÿ›€ Take a hot bath to allow the body to perspire for approximately twenty minutes. Finish with a ten to fifteen second cool shower. This is best just before going to bed.

๐Ÿ’ช Take a Flu Bomb

๐Ÿฆถ Place a cayenne pepper poultice on the feet before bed. Spread a little oil over a piece of kitchen paper the size of your foot. Sprinkle with 1/3 teaspoon of cayenne pepper. Place foot straight on this. Wrap with glad wrap and put a sock on. Repeat to other foot. Leave on overnight.

How to Make a Flu Bomb:

๐Ÿง„ 1 or more cloves of garlic
๐Ÿง‚ ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper
๐Ÿš ¼ teaspoon chopped ginger
๐Ÿช” ½ drops of tea tree oil
๐Ÿ‹ Juice of a lemon
๐Ÿ 1 teaspoon honey

Add a little hot water. Take 2-3 times a day for the first day. After that, take as needed.