Athlete's Foot Treatment


Spread the word

it’s intake midway. And if it happens

Being an effective brain booster, Brain Brainplus IQ to bestow incredible results to it’s users. The powerful used in this product accelerates productivity to give you magnificent results. It helps in reducing the communication gap between the cells and the neurons to facilitate watchful results. Therefore, there is no point in stopping it’s intake midway. And if it happens, then be ready to face the adverse effect of memory decline with the retrieval of unwanted dramatic the substantial change and difference in my brain with the intake of Brain Plus IQ, made me feel wonderful. The vegan pills actually reduced the effects of the stigmatized notion, which used to cause discomfort. It is an incredible brain booster which has given me reasons to cherish it’s positive effect on my bra... Read more

literature collect
Fungus Destroyer Protocol

Besides being strongly anti-bacterial and anti-viral Thyme is also an extremely potent fungicide and one of nature's strongest antioxidants. Thyme oil is especially helpful for treating athlete's foot! Try this proven athlete's foot essential oil recipe. Blend 1 drop of Thyme oil with 1 drop each of Tea Tree and Clove Bud oils in a 1/2 teaspoon of a pure vegetable carrier oil like Jojoba and apply to a clean and dry area where there is athlete's foot. Repeat 2-3 times daily for up to 3 weeks!
Thyme oil is also a powerful antispasmodic and stimulates circulation of blood, lymph and nerve supply to effectively relieve sore muscles.

Inhalation of Thyme oil may stimulate the onset of menses.
The essential oil of Thyme provides physical and mental strength in times of testing that is unequaled.
An excellent tonic for overcoming nervous exhaustion or to support physical recovery after a long illness.

In Ayurvedic Medicine, an ancient system of healing practiced in India, the warm herbal scent of Thyme oil with its spicy overtones is especially helpful for regulating and pacifying both Vata and Kapha Doshas.
Symptoms of Vata imbalance are premenstrual syndrome, constipation, insomnia, restlessness, nervousness, anxiety and worry.Symptoms of Kapha imbalance are high cholesterol, low metabolic forces, slow to lose weight, fluid retention, stagnation and blockage, lethargy and depression.
Added 4 months ago
Rate it!:
Tags Tags

No Comments

Login or Register to add comments!