Blood Poisoning Remedies Needed for Boyfriend

Posted By jamieann (phoenix, az) on 03/29/2021

My boyfriend has blood poisoning. Does anyone know a cure? Or home remedies???!!! Please let me know!!! That would be great!! Thank you so much!!

Replied by Rob (Kentucky) on 03/31/2021

If this was me, here is what I would do:

Multiple Remedies

1. Lemon-aid “fresh made from the juice and whole peel” Limes are even stronger. It has been known for decades that vitamin C and bioflavonoids can help cure sepsis. Until relatively recently, this fact has been largely ignored by orthodox physicians.

Here is a story of how I found this out 20 years ago. I was studying the notes of a US Army Doctor in WWI stationed in France. Soldiers were coming in from the frontlines with wounds several days old, A few had gangrene with sepsis and no cure for them. In combat medicine the only thing you can do for patients like that is to treat their wounds the best you can and make them comfortable till their end.

A truck load of lemons had come to the M*A*S*H unit so the cooks made huge batches of fresh lemon-aid for the unit to drink. The soldiers with sepsis drank all the fresh lemon-aid they could drink. After a few days, the doctor finally got a break from surgery and made his rounds with his patients. When he got to the soldiers with sepsis, they were getting better? How could this be? They were going to die from their wounds? The doctor questioned all the nurses on duty and all replied the soldiers drank the lemon-aid from the mess tent all day long, for the past few days. The doctor wanted to see if it could be true that the lemon-aid was helping?

From the notes I read, all recovered.

How to make this lemon-aid:

Here is all you need to do, squeeze the juice from 2 – 3 lemons and place it in a glass til later, take the rind of 2 – 3 lemons, use the peel only and place them in a pot and cover it them with water about 3 inches above the peels. Put a glass or metal lid on your pot. Let it simmer for about 2 hours. Do NOT take the lid off of the pot til it has cooled completely as this will allow the medical properties and bioflavoroids to escape in the steam. Now mix the juice and the peel tea together. The taste of the lemon peel tea is bitter so it is permissible to add some honey to sweeten the taste.

Start another batch for later.

Take 2 ounces every 1 hour, or fill a glass up and sip throughout the day. There is no set dosage here.

2. The second thing I would do is apply diluted Thieve’s Blend essential oil all over the body from head to toes. By doing this, you will attack the whole body at one time. Thieve’s Blend is now being sold at Wal-mart in the health/vitamin section by Guru Nanda so it’s easy to find.

A good starter recipe is 15 drops per 1 tablespoon coconut oil. Increase to tolerance. The skin is the largest organ of the body and any thing put on the skin gets absorbed into the body. Be it medicine or poison. Repeat several times daily. You can also, put 6 drops of thieves oil in a shotglass of water and drink it 3x daily for internal use.

3. And yet another option, if your BF is able to bathe, is a 3% hydrogen peroxide bath. 2 quarts of H2O2 in warm to hot water as you can stand it.

Also, add

  • ½ cup epsom salt
  • ½ cup sea salt
  • ½ cup baking soda

This formula will kill the herpes virus and is popular among the Amish if repeated daily.

Note: If you can’t find H2O2 due to covid supply shortages, use clorox bleach by its self. Pour 4 oz (¼ to ½ cup) of chlorine bleach into the warm water filled 80 gallon tub. Soak the entire body for 10 - 25 minutes. Repeat bleach bath every day.

Bleach baths have a broad spectrum of action against:

  • Bacteria (Gram-positive and Gram-negative)
  • Fungi and spores
  • Viruses

No microbial resistance has been reported to sodium hypochlorite. The effect of bleach baths on decolonising the patient's skin is only temporary, so must be repeated regularly.

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Replied by HisJewel (New York) on 03/31/2021

Hello jamieann of phoenix, Az,

Have you tried these remedies posted?

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Replied by Madelyn (Idaho ) on 04/01/2021

Rob has given some fantastic remedies that I would most definitely try myself. In addition, I'm wondering if activated charcoal would also be helpful to mop up toxins in the blood. God Bless you all.
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Replied by Randy (New Glasgow nova Scotia Canada) on 05/02/2022

My friend's left hand between her rust and her knuckles and is swollen which is codeine by blood poisoning and she doesn't want to be sitting around at hospital 6 plus hour want home Remedies

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