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hkelly4health

HELEN KELLY, DIP.H.IR.

IRIDOLOGIST, ‚ÄčFAMILY HERBSLIST, CECP, CBCP

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Summer Bites? Ouch! The LIZ PROTOCOL

Posted on July 2, 2020 at 12:25 AM
It has been an interesting spring and now we embark on Summer. 
But with the rain and coolness, I am wondering if someone forgot to tell Mother Nature where we are supposed to be with all this. 

So today I'm singing the praises of Liz. Liz is my neighbor and we visit from time-time. 

I managed to use a few good days we had and get outside and work in the yard. I believe in dirt therapy. Works wonders for the soul and the body. 

While out working around I managed to rile up some wasps and took quite a beating from them. I had about 5 stings. I got the stings under control using a few energy releases and Dr. Christopher's Stings and Bites ointment. Love that stuff.

After a week or so of itching, I was healing well. Then I got another sting. I haven't had stings like this in years. 
This time my arm became quite inflamed. It was sore and starting to itch. 
I mentioned this to Liz. And boy did I get a good story from this!

Liz states her aunt and uncle ran a clinic in California. People who had small pox, chicken pox and and any pox condition in general would come to this clinic. And they were helped and healed. The aunt had a formula she was impressed to use. It works on measles, what ever the skin issue. This also includes bites and stings. This stuff stops itching, consequently there are no secondary infections because you don't introduce any other pathogens to the skin from scratching. And it will also prevent scaring, according to Liz. 

The recommendation is to clean the skin area with a mild soap and water, then pat dry. NO RUBBING. You do not want to break or irritate the skin. 
Then apply the mixture.

The LIZ PROTOCOL
Liz's aunt felt to use a combination of baking soda and vaseline.
In a small glass or dish mix equal parts of baking soda and vaseline. I used about 1 tsp of each.  Liz says the vaseline can get hot, so you might use more baking soda. This is per individual preference. Then with the back of a spoon, so as NOT TO DISTURB the skin, you apply the mixture. 

So to my sting, which was itching like crazy, I applied the mixture. I didn't take time cleanse the area as I just wanted immediate relief,
AND I GOT IT! I couldn't believe how great this stuff works. 

I found out a friend had been suffering with some weird bites. I called and told her she might try this. She calls back about 30 minutes later and tells me I am a miracle worker! Well, thanks, but it really isn't me. 

I had the kids over and one got a sting under the arm. Nasty! Been there and done that. So I mixed up Liz Protocol, applied it and the child went merrily on her way. We applied once more before she left. And that was that. 

Hopefully, there will never be a time when we need to worry about a pox situation. If there ever is, you have another tool in your box to deal with it.   
I might also suggest if there are some allergies to bugs and bites, that you try some Body Code sessions to get rid of those. 

Dr. Christopher's Stings and Bites ointment is a good one also to keep around as the plantain will draw out some of the toxins with stings.

Stay safe!
And enjoy the summer! 
Blessings
HKelly



If you have a serious condition, please see your preferred health care provider. 




 















Categories: Allergies, Allergies/Intolerances, holistic health care, insect allergies, insect stings, Pain relief, Skin health, TE, physical and emotional health, Toxicity, Trapped emotions

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