Survival – Heavenly Remedies

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In the times to come, natural medicines will aid us alongside Faith, Prayer, the Sacramentals and Holy Water.

Two excellent antibiotics: Our Lady has revealed* that when plagues come, we should ingest a raw clove of garlic every morning or oil of oregano.

If you are sick, sprinkle the food with Holy water.

Blessed salt should be used in cooking and to sprinkle on food.

Oil of the Good Samaritan: (prevents contagion)

This does not cure diseases but is an excellent prevention for sore throats or sneezing;

It is good for contact with people who have contagious diseases  by bacteria;

For airborne virus, tonsillitis or the flu

How to use:

To purify the air, apply with a spray bottle or diffuser or a few drops in a pan of boiling water;

Do not use for children under 3 years, or pregnant women.

Don’t apply pure oil directly to the skin.

Also can be put on a piece of cloth, dust mask or a few drops on the pillow.

A few drops can be applied to the temples, throat, behind the ears, arm[pits, abdomen, joints of sole of foot.

Preparation of Oil of Good Samaritan

Mix 5 essential oils:

Cinnamon (use only a half measure, because it is irritating);

Lemon; Clove; Rosemary and Eucalyptus.

Then add 5 times this amount of a base oil such as:

Olive oil, almond oi, or mineral oil.

Mix together with a wooden spoon until all are evenly mixed.

Prepare in a cool place, wear gloves and use a glass bowl.

Try a little of the mixture on your forearm.

If skin reddens, wash with plenty of water and lavender oil. Gradually, the redness will disappear.

If this happens add more base oil.

Before Use:

Do not expose oils to the air for any length of time, keep them in a tightly closed amber glass container to prevent evaporation. Keep out of reach of children.

Before each use, move the container softly to mix oils. Do not shake vigorously!!!

  • Luz de Maria
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Traditional Catholic; member of Jesus' Remnant Army and member of a Jesus to Mankind Prayer Group.