Wellness Update

Stay in Good Health: Cover Up Your Skin This Summer, Use Natural Antibiotics Such as Oil of Oregano and an Olive Leaf Supplement, and Eat Your Vegetables~~M-J

Recommended Actions and Anti-Viral Foods to Stay in Good Health: Cover Up Your Skin This Summer, Use Natural Antibiotics Such as Raw Ginger, Hot Peppers, Oil of Oregano and an Olive Leaf Supplement, then Eat Your Vegetables~~M-J

With ill people travelling ’round the U.S. and internationally on buses or airplanes, you would be wise to wear gloves and even surgical masks while flying. Carry oil of oregano for surface and interior infections, and take olive leaf capsules daily–both of these are natural antibiotics, to which the human race has not developed a resistance. This alert is relevant indefinitely, because adequate measures are not being taken to mitigate these modern-day plagues (click here to view a Natural News article explaining how the authorities are actually doing the opposite). MRSA (a flesh-eating virus) is on the rise, as are antibiotic-resistant tuberculosis, rubella/measles, chickenpox/shingles, mites, lice, swine flu, ebola, pertussis/whooping cough and MERS (a deadly respiratory infection). It is better to be safe than sorry, and wearing gloves is just one essential component of dressing in the traditional manner (chic people like Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn didn’t go out without gloves).  Also, intelligent fellow-passengers will understand when you protect yourself by wearing a surgical mask on a plane, where pathogen-laced air is recycled and breathed by everyone, causing what are known as community-acquired diseases.  If some rubes give you odd looks or make ignorant wise-cracks,  just remember that their cavalier attitude may put them out of their misery and that you will likely be the elegant survivor.  Stay healthy and look great doing it.  Many of these current scourges are incurable….

@M-J de Mesterton, Elegant Survival News 2014

Irresponsible Parents Spawn Flu Outbreak; Protect Yourself from Disease

Health and Happiness

Health and Happiness

There they go again: sending high-school teens to foreign resorts for “spring break”, where kids can indulge in barbaric activities, while risking kidnapping, disease and even death. Like the parents of the teenage girl who disappeared in Aruba, these New Yorkers thought it was chic to allow under-age kids to go gallivanting about in tropical climes. For all their purported sophistication, none among these geniuses received the memos about kidnapping, the white slave-trade, and rampant murder in Mexico. And now, because of their mindless allegiance to convention,  which dictates that even the quite young should be allowed to participate in this increasingly toxic “spring break” tradition, these ridiculous parents have imported a deadly flu. We all remember the imbecilic attitude of the Columbine murderers’ parents, and what that  lax bunch spawned….

The authorities tell you to use hand-sanitizer. That’s a good idea. Maybe that little precaution taught to President Obama by President Bush when they shook hands, and which was castigated as “racist” by vicious left-wingers, has possibly saved the president’s life. After all, Mr. Obama shook hands on April 16th with a Mexican official who died from the new influenza just a few days later.

My husband and I have always gone out in gloves. We hate germs of all stripes. I’ve never gone grocery shopping without gloves. For one thing, the carts are filthy, and carry spittle from little kids, a population that seems to often be sick. Once we are home, I wash every item to the best of my ability to kill whatever exterior bacteria they carry; the possibility of surface germ-transference is something I never ignore.

Don’t be afraid to wear gloves. People wore them all the time forty or fifty years ago, and had done so for centuries. Would you rather get a look that could kill or acquire a disease that may kill you from some boorish cad who goes out into the public to spread virulence for sport? And while you’re at it, you may consider following the new fashion embraced by our Mexican neighbors and wear a matching mask; this thing is airborne, as well as communicable through surfaces.

Of course, wearing stylish gloves with today’s inelegant hip-hugging pants and skirts will look silly. I recommend dumping these muffin-top-inducing clothes, as well, and covering up your skin to the waist (unless , of course,  you are planning a belly dancing career and wish to serve as your own best advertising gimmick).

Well, I always look for a silver lining: maybe this outbreak of worrying disease will cause people to wear actual clothing, shoes, gloves and hats…. No, I’m just dreaming–even the threats of economic ruin and dread disease haven’t mitigated the self-destructive behaviour of Americans.

~~Copyright M-J de Mesterton 2009