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Gaia's Protocol Review

by Ssregina Regina (2019-05-17)


Cinnamon contains antibacterial, antifungal, Gaia's Protocol Review and antiparasitic properties. It helps in fighting off yeast infections in the mouth and vagina, and reduces the risk of stomach ulcers and head lice. It is due to its three basic types of essential oils that gives cinnamon this remarkable power.A little known use of cinnamon is called 'thieves' oil' because grave robbers would wash themselves in it to ward off the 'demons' of bubonic plague. {It is made from equal amounts of cinnamon bark, eucalyptus, lemon, and clove with rosemary therapeutic grade essential oils You make it mixing equal amounts of rosemary therapeutic grade essential oils and eucalyptus, cinnamon bark, lemon, and clove}. This is mixed with a carrier of olive oil or jojoba.In addition to all these uses of cinnamon, it has also been used for its warming qualities. Cinnamon provides relief when faced with the onset of a cold or flu, especially when mixed in a tea with some fresh ginger. This drink also is reported to provide relief from menstrual problems.As I find myself getting nearer and nearer to the 50-year mark, I think it is time that I start thinking more about healthy food snacks. As the half-century mark (boy that sounds terrible) approaches, the situation may seem dire but to tell you the truth, I feel terrific!I do however know that even though I feel great and currently enjoy good health, the habits of years past might come back to haunt me physically. If I do not take steps now to deter future health issues it will be pretty much my own fault. After all I alone control what I put into my mouth to eat.In years past I have not always had the best nutritional habits. I was on the road a lot traveling for work and more than once I ate a couple of king-sized candy bars from the gas station instead of planning out a meal or taking some time to find a healthier alternative.

 

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