Anti-Plague Formula

The best insurance in the world against the “predicted coming plagues,” and “killing diseases ,” is to have the body in a good healthy condition. Disease germs are merely scavengers, and can only live on toxins, mucous and residues from junk foods. They cannot and will not damage healthy cell structure. Therein lies the key!!!Have a healthy, clean body and disease germs will bypass you, wanting nothing to do with your body because it would be “obnoxiously clean” (in their language) with no filth for them to live on. If the plague or some other epidemic hits before you are in a good healthy condition, it is good to have an aid for a fast cleaning!


This formula has now spread in many areas from coast to coast and is being used with good results. One man told Dr. Christopher that he never traveled without taking a bottle of anti-plague along because, he said, “It works good on about any sickness that comes up while we are traveling. We also are never without a bottle of it at home.”


DO NOT USE ALUMINUM, TEFLON, OR CRACKED PORCELAIN. Glass, corningware, stainless steel or whole porcelain are best.


Recommended Dosage: 1 tsp three times a day, or 1 Tbsp every ½ hour if infected.
As you will notice, in this formula there is a goodly amount of garlic juice. An 8-oz measure of pure juice mixed in with the other wonderful healing herb is a “power-house!” An easy way to make the garlic juice is to peel cloves of garlic, add to ½ of the vinegar, blend, then strain and add to the rest of the vinegar.
 

Mix well the following liquid ingredients:
8 parts apple cider vinegar
5 parts glycerine U.S.P.
5 parts honey
2 parts garlic juice, fresh
2 parts comfrey root concentrate
1 part wormwood concentrate
1 part lobelia leaf and/or seed concentrate
1 part marshmallow root concentrate
1 part oak bark concentrate
1 part black walnut bark concentrate
1 part mullein leaf concentrate
1 part skullcap leaf concentrate
1 part uva ursi, hydrangea, or gravel root concentrate

To make Concentrate:
Each concentrate should be made individually. Start by soaking the herb for four hours or more in enough distilled water to cover it completely. After soaking, add more distilled water so that the total added equals 16 oz. (.5 liter) water per 4 oz (113 grams) herb. Using these amount, approximately one gallon (3.75 liters) of the formula will be produced. Use a multiple of these amounts for a larger quantity of the formula.


After adding the appropriate amount of distilled water to the soaked herb, simmer the herb on very low heat in a covered pan or double boiler for thirty minutes. Then strain the liquid into a clean pan. Put the liquid into a double boiler or on very low heat (uncovered) and simmer (steam) it down to one-fourth of the original volume (4 oz, 125 ml). Only after all ingredients have been prepared should the liquids be mixed.


Recipe for Garlic Oil
Put 1 cup of garlic cloves, peeled, and 1 cup of olive oil in a blender. Turn on slow and just barely blend. Pour into a quart jar and set in window, so the sun can “age” it for 10 to 14 days, according to the strength of the garlic, and shake daily. When oil separates from the pulp, pour the oil off into a bottle and keep in the refrigerator. The oil is good for many purposes and the pulp for garlic bread, soups, etc.
Many people have found great benefit using garlic oil for problems such as earache, using it externally to help draw toxins out of the body, and taking it internally to kill infection, just to mention a few medicinal uses. You can also use the oil for cooking and on salads.

Organic Pest Spray
Take 10 garlic cloves, 1 0z each of chaparral, sagebrush, tansy and cayenne, put in a blender with 2 cups of hot water. Blend thoroughly, strain and add enough water to make one gallon, then add 1 oz of dawn dish washing detergent. Avoid shaking mixture too much to keep down the foam. Put in an old-fashioned, tank-type sprayer with a hand pump and spray anywhere you have a pest problem.

Garlic Equivalents
When replacing fresh garlic with substitutes:
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder, instant minced garlic or garlic chips equal one average-size clove of fresh garlic.
½ teaspoon of garlic salt equals one average-size clove of fresh garlic.
 

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