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Oregano countermeasure experiment
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Published: 8 years ago
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Oregano countermeasure experiment an effort to head off the ulceration on the
finger that is developing..
am applying undiluted oil of oregano on the
damaged/swollen area.

Oil of oregano is supposed to be diluted with an
oil prior to applying to it is said to
be "too strong" for direct application.
OTOH, I am trying to get enough of the active
[antifungal/antibacterial] ingredients to go
trans dermal, and hit the mOrg infection zone
HEAD ON and as full strength as possible. Will
soon see if the ever growing "plastic particles" can
get jammed/derailed with the direct application of
oregano oil.

[..the "gunk war" is going on..just a few
skin layers down..I would never be able to get the
concentration of oregano oil in the blood via the oral
path anywhere near what I can accomplish by skin painting.]

So far, direct application of undiluted oregano oil
to the inflamed finger tip resulted in NO discomfort..

I know this stuff is VERY potent..[NOW brand essential oils]
[..getting this oil on thin, uncallused sensitive skin will wake
one up..INSTANTLY..

>> of the moment..the dark spots on the finger tip
have not ulcerated yet. will soon see if the
immune cells will get the upper hand..with a little help.

[have no idea what a macrophage is supposed to do
with a "morg death star" particle that is sprouting
indestructible [cellulose?] tentacles..and is larger
than the macrophage.]

No doubt the 'phages are perplexed as well.

" I think they are going to need a bigger box.."


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