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Recipes

  • Oregano Oil Toothpowder (clostridium fighter)
  • Borax Liquid Soap
  • For dishes in sink
  • Shampoo
  • Contact lens solution
  • After Shaves
  • Baby Wipes
  • Quick Skin Softener
  • Furniture Polish
  • Insect Killer
  • Dental Floss
  • Suppositories

Useful Recipes

Oregano Oil Toothpowder (clostridium fighter)

Place ingredients in zippered plastic bag. Squish mixture in bag till well mixed and store inside fridge. This is about 2 months supply. Use daily.

Dip dry toothbrush in powder. Do not get too much because it can give a burning sensation. It does not injure but it can be bothersome. Eat bread and keep tongue at top of mouth if you get too much.

Immediately after dental work your mouth is too sore to brush your teeth. In fact, it is unwise to use a brush at this time. Simply rub your teeth after flossing. Wind a strip of paper towel around your finger. Dampen with a few drops of water and dip into powder.

Variation: Use 1 drop of clove oil, but only once a day to avoid allergies.

Straight Dental Bleach is 4 times stronger than the mouthwash variety. Use it to sterilize dentures overnight.

Borax Liquid Soap

Pour the borax into the jug; fill with hottest tap water you can get. Shake a few times. Let settle. There should be no crumbs. Add hot water if there are. Pour into dispenser bottle. It will not suds or bubble much, but it should feel slippery between fingers. The most common mistakes are not using hot enough water and pouring crumbs into your dispenser bottles.

For dishes in sink

Add as much homemade liquid soup as you have liquid borax. For really greasy dishes use homemade lye soap straight. This is much too strong for regular use on your skin, though. For really ungreased dishes use no soap at all, simply wash by hand under hot water.

Shampoo

Pour heaping Tbsp. borax into plastic container and enough very hot water to dissolve. There should be no crumbs left at the bottom. If there are, add more hot water. Scoop it up over your hair by hand. Rub it in lightly. By the time all your hair is wetted, it will already be squeaky clean. Massage scalp, too. Borax removes dandruff bacteria. To rinse, use citric acid. Put 1 to 2 tsp. citric acid in a plastic container. Add about 1 cup of shower water when you are ready to use it, otherwise it will be cold. Leave rinse on hair for 1 minute, and then rinse out lightly. After rinsing, your hair should feel silky. If it doesn't, repeat and leave on longer.

Contact lens solution

Boil water in glass sauce pain. Add salt and boil again, pour into sterile jar. Refrigerate or freeze some of it.

After Shaves

Dissolve vitamin C powder in water and add glycerin.

Baby Wipes

Cut paper towel in quarters and stack in a closeable plastic box. Run tap water over them; drain the excess. Add alcohol. Close. Put a dab of the Quick Cornstarch Softener recipe (below) on top of each wipe as you use it.

Quick Skin Softener

Boil starch and water until clear, about a minute. Cool

Furniture Polish

Use a few drops of olive oil on a dampened cloth.

Insect Killer


Boric acid powder (not borax). Throw liberal amounts behind stove, refrigerator, under carpets and in carpets. Since boric acid is white, you must be careful not to mistake it for sugar accidentally (label container). Buy it at farm and garden store. It will not kill ants.

Dental Floss

The purpose of flossing is to open the gum spaces so your antiseptic can run down them to reach bacteria. Use fishing line (2-4 pounds test). Double it and twist for extra strength. Floss gentle, not to cut into tooth base or cause bleeding. Commercial floss has been soaked in toxic antiseptic; the waxed or flavored kind has been dipped in petroleum products.

Brush after flossing. Try the above oregano oil tooth powder recipe.

Suppositories
  • coconut oil
  • drinking straw
  • 1 tsp. brewer’s yeast (add yeast for hemorrhoids)
Melt coconut oil and let cool so it is not too hot to handle. Mix in yeast.

Next, fold one end of the straw up and tape closed so contents does not pour out the bottom when you fill from the top. Pour oil mixture into straw. Place into fridge upright until it hardens. Cut to desired length and insert.

Using a piece of Styrofoam to poke straw through helps hold it up when it is chilling. Use your imagination when preparing a mold.