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GOOT (Garlic Olive Oil Treatment)

Posted Mar 02 2011 2:43pm
Garlic Oil Treatment

Anti-infective/Anti-fungal/Anti-parasitic


3 Tablespoons of Coconut oil
3 Tablespoons of Olive oil
3 Tablespoons of garlic, peel then chop, cover with oil quickly


MAKING GOOT
Gently warm Coconut oil over stove until melted, remove from heat and add olive oil, blend. Chop or crush garlic into a bowl (I think crushing would be best). Use about 3 medium sized cloves, (not the whole bulb). Immediately add the oil mixture.   
Cover container and let rest for 20 minutes then strain to remove chunks of garlic.  I use a fine mesh coffee strainer I picked up cheap at the grocery store. Pour your mixture into a small glass container and store covered in the refrigerator. 

Freshly made, Goot is a milky color and runny. GOOT turns into a thick soft paste after one hour in the fridge. Goot is good for about 6 weeks if kept in the fridge and never contaminated. Use a spoon or knife to take some from the container, don't put your fingers in there.


MEDICINAL PROPERTIES & DIRECTIONS.
GOOT, rubbed into the skin, transfers raw garlic oil directly into the blood stream.  Apply on the feet of children or infants and adults to fight infections. Rub on chest for chest colds, pneumonia or rub into nostrils for sinus infections (chest & nostrils may not be a good idea for small children).  Place on a cotton swab for ear infections. Apply directly to sores inside the mouth. Rub on Athlete's foot or genital area for jock itch. Insert GOOT into affected area for yeast or other related infections. Apply on rashes any place. GOOT kills Candida, parasites, bad bacteria and virus by direct application. 

In addition, it treats systemic infections by absorption through the skin into the blood supply and travels throughout the body. 

A Google search for GOOT or garlic oil salve brings up lots of great info.  

Raw Organic Coconut - Live Superfoods
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