Chlamydia, Antibiotics












I'm living in a house with eight people right now and 2/8 people, two guys have chlamydia right now and they've both taken two doses of antibiotics and it hasn't gone away. And I don't really know to tell them, cause you don't really believe in STDs, right?


Well, it's not an STD. Any fungus can change bodies, cuz fungus is in the skin or in the tissues inside.

Fungus lives in the skin and that and crabs, lice, they're contagious.

But if you put lime juice where you think that you might be subjected to it, it'll kill it. It'll kill it.


Where do you put lime juice?


Well, they'd have to have the lime juice formula.

[Attendee #2]

What would you do for the lice? My granddaughter has some and some of my kids in school have lice.


Lime juice, and honey.

[Attendee #2]

Just eating that?


No, put it on the body. It's literally 3/4 of a cup of lime juice and one teaspoon of honey only. Put it where the lice is.

You could do the same thing with chlamydia, but you drink it, you drink like 3 ounces of lime juice with three tablespoons of honey and one tablespoon of lemon juice and, four tablespoons of coconut cream.

They have to have that two times a day if they've got it really bad for about maybe six days.

Five days of antibiotics destroy 1% of the body.

On this diet, you can recover 2.5% a year. If you're not on this diet, you might not recover anything, every antibiotic destroys 1%. Five days of antibiotic destroys 1% of the body's activity.

[Attendee #3]

My daughter had lice. They just got rid of them with salt water. The little eggs they contracted, they dry out.


But it really damages the skin too.

But that's okay, if you rinse it all fast.


What did your daughter have?

[Attendee #3]

She worked at daycare center with little kids and she caught lice.


It's good. It'll dehydrate and kill 'em, shriveled them up.

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