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Homemade Master Tonic and MRSA
Started by Man_Nuka15
Posted: April 27, 2018 at 04:17
My first ever batch of master tonic: http://www.healthy-holistic-living.com/master-tonic-2.html will be ready to use in a few days. After I strain out the ingredients I intend to use them as a poultice for future breakouts. Will take a tablespoon of the (filtered)tonic daily.

Has anyone used a master tonic internally for immune boosting and externally (poultice) in hopes of combating MRSA?


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Re: Homemade Master Tonic and MRSA
Reply #1 by Man_Nuka15
Posted: April 28, 2018 at 13:35
Tried a tablespoon of the master tonic last night and this morning. Spicy hot goodness. Most people use it to fend off colds and flu and as an immune system helper.

So far I'm using the strained-out bits (garlic, horseradish, pepper, ginger, turmeric) mixed with greens for eating..provides a nice flavoring.
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Re: Homemade Master Tonic and MRSA
Reply #2 by Bob Anderson
Posted: April 28, 2018 at 13:49
There are many ways to use natural things to achieve natural cures over natural enemies. Nice way to dress up a salad and improve your health at the same time.
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Re: Homemade Master Tonic and MRSA
Reply #3 by Man_Nuka15
Posted: April 29, 2018 at 12:52
I've been educating my children (daughter 24) and (son 21) what MRSA is, how it's spread and how to hopefully prevent acquiring it. I hope they are listening..they seem to be. I am giving them a jar of this tonic tomorrow. I explained to them the importance of hands washing: 20+ seconds, under nail, back of hands etc..

Also, to wash their cloths in laundry detergent and borax powder. Take showers before and after work as soon as they get home. Many more items.
Our government should be running commercials across the country which shows prevention tips to avoid contracting and limiting staph bacteria
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