Parasites are a Natural Part of the Life Cyle
If you own pets, spend time in natural water sources, eat meat, or eat unwashed vegetables and fruits, you are susceptible to parasites. Parasites are everywhere and almost everyone is susceptible to infection.
To prevent these infections doctors and health professionals recommend regular de-worming and/or parasite cleansing. Doing a parasite cleanse is easy to do and not difficult for many.
The thought of worms will sway many to do whatever is necessary.
MYRRH BENEFITS AND WHY YOU TAKE THE MIRACULOUS GIFT
We have all heard of the 3 Wisemen and how they came to baby Jesus with 3 gifts. Those gifts were myrrh, frankincense and Gold. We all know about the story of how baby Jesus was born in a manger and how the Virgin Mary protected him and wrapped him in swadding clothes. But has anyone ever stopped and though about why the Wisemen chose myrrh to be presented? If you truly had looked into the benefits of myrrh, you would have realized what a miraculous gift from God this present really was.
Where Does the Best Myrrh Come From?
Myrrh is normally from the Arabic Peninsula and from India. Some types of myrrh come from Yemen, Somalia, Eritrea and eastern Ethiopia. Another commonly used name, Commiphora molmol, is now considered a synonym of Commiphora myrrha. The related Commiphora gileadensis, native to Eastern Mediterranean and particularly the Arabian Peninsula, is the biblically referenced Balm of Gilead, also known as Balsam of Mecca. Several other species yield bdellium and Indian myrrh.
BENEFITS OF MYRRH
Studies have shown that it can help relieve inflammation, heart disorders, menstrual irregularities and pain, arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, digestive upset, bronchial congestion, skin disorders and even cold sores. It helps support healthy functioning of the liver and spleen as well.
As most people in the 21st century look to reduce their risk of contracting serious illnesses, the use of myrrh has become an important factor in avoiding some forms of cancer and intestinal problems. Amongst the positive effects of myrrh are a reduction in spasms and a boost to the immune system, which can include increased blood flow around the body. When taken into the body, myrrh can effectively aid the stimulation of white blood cells that reduce the risk of contracting certain medical conditions. The use of myrrh can reduce the formation of ulcers and, in some reports, has aided recovery from ulcers after treatment.
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