If everything hits the fan then you definately want to keep as healthy as possible.
Sometimes though it’s not the big things that can take you down.
Intestinal Parasites and Diarrhea may not sound too threatening when compared to a horde of zombies but believe me, if you get hit with either of these and you don’t know what to do, then you can be down and out in a heartbeat.
You can usually avoid worm infestations and other intestinal parasites if you take preventive measures.
For example, never go barefoot (that includes all you Cody Lundin wannabes too!!).
The most effective way to prevent intestinal parasites is to avoid uncooked meat and raw vegetables contaminated by raw sewage or human waste used as a fertilizer.
However, should you become infested and lack proper medicine, you can use home remedies.
Keep inmind that these home remedies work on the principle of changing the environment of the gastrointestinal
The following are home remedies you could use:
· Salt water. Dissolve 4 tablespoons of salt in 1 liter of water and drink.
Do not repeat this treatment.
· Tobacco. Eat 1 to 1.5 cigarettes. The nicotine in the cigarette will kill or stun the worms long
enough for your system to pass them.
If the infestation is severe, repeat the treatment in 24 to 48 hours, but no sooner.
· Kerosene. Drink 2 tablespoons of kerosene but no more.
If necessary, you can repeat this treatment in 24 to 48 hours.
Be careful not to inhale the fumes as they may cause lung irritation.
· Hot peppers. Peppers are effective only if they are a steady part of your diet.
You can eat them raw or put them in soups or rice and meat dishes.
They create an environment that is prohibitive to parasitic attachment.
A common, debilitating ailment caused by a change of water and food, drinking contaminated water, eating spoiled food, becoming fatigued, and using dirty dishes.
You can avoid most of these causes by practicing preventive medicine.
If you get diarrhea, however, and do not have antidiarrheal medicine, one of the following treatments may be effective:
· Limit your intake of fluids for 24 hours.
· Drink one cup of a strong tea solution every 2 hours until the diarrhea slows or stops.
The tannic acid in the tea helps to control the diarrhea.
Boil the inner bark of a hardwood tree for 2 hours or more to release the tannic acid.
· Make a solution of one handful of ground chalk, charcoal, or dried bones and treated water. If you have some apple pomace or the rinds of citrus fruit, add an equal portion to the mixture to make it more effective.
Take 2 tablespoons of the solution every 2 hours until the diarrhea slows or stops.
It’s just a really catchy song by the Nashville Liverpool Underground Medicine Show.
The video has extracts from the cult film “The Legend of Boggy Creek” and features a reconstruction of the Bigfoot sighting by James Crabtree when out shooting. Crabtree portrays himself in the movie.
The video also features the famous Patterson-Gimlin Film Footage of sasquatch that happened on October 20, 1967 at Bluff Creek, California
Crap!!! The dam song’s stuck in my head now!!!!!