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Meridian Health Protocol

by Jerome Princy (2020-02-25)

There was a time in our Meridian Health Protocol Review medical past when people would dump kerosene over the heads of their kids to kill lice. It actually worked, but it was incredibly dangerous, and the dangers were more than the benefits. Kerosene gets absorbed quickly through the skin and it is very flammable. It is also very toxic, and many people were either sick or died because of using kerosene as a treatment for lice. The second treatment to avoid at home is ingesting greta or azarcon for stomach problems. Many older people, specifically from Latin American communities are very familiar with these powders because they were used to treat empacho. Empacho is the word that describes a wide array of intestinal and stomach ailments. Sadly, both of these substances contain almost 100 percent pure lead. Taking any dose of either substance can lead to serious illness and even death. Lead poisoning has killed many people, and even though they are still available today, stay away from them. The next thing to try and avoid is to put butter on a burn. Putting butter on a burn is a great example of what not to do, and this home remedy should be wiped from memory. While butter will reduce the pain for a short time, butter contaminates the burn site and is a breeding ground for growing bacteria. This will cause the wound to become infected and cause all kinds of problems. Itchy skin parasites can drive you crazy. In fact most who contract them are driven to depression because the doctors they turn to for help know nothing about them. For example, take Morgellons. Until recently no one ever heard of the disease. It is a name given in 2002 by Mary Leitao for a skin condition characterized by a range of symptoms including crawling, biting, and stinging sensations; finding fibers on or under the skin; and persistent skin lesions (rashes or sores).