constitutional Rights & OIl of the week Lemon oil
I particularly wanted to do the newsletter on July 4th as this is our Country birthday and we have the constitutional right to make our own and our family’s medical decisions.
That’s why we celebrate freedom and liberty on the 4th of July
What does freedom mean?
The right to free speech? The right to bear arms? The right to worship as you see fit? At its core, freedom means autonomy. The right to decide how you want to live your life. The right to make decisions for you and your family without interference from governments, armies, or corporate interests.
The government has absolutely NO BUSINESS meddling in our health and medical choices. However, that hasn’t stopped them from sticking their proverbial nose where it doesn’t belong.
In the words of Dr. Benjamin Rush, signer of the Declaration of Independence:
“Unless we put Medical Freedom into the Constitution, the time will come when medicine will organize into an undercover dictatorship. To restrict the art of healing to one class of men and deny equal privileges to others will constitute the bastille of medical science. All such laws are un-American and despotic… The Constitution of the Republic should make special provisions for Medical Freedom as well as Religious Freedom.”
Whether or not you support medical interventions like vaccines and chemotherapy, we all share a common belief that American citizens should never be forced to undergo treatment against their will. But corrupt politicians – and the corporate interests that sponsor them – have been actively fighting to strip you of your fundamental rights.
From medical kidnapping to mandatory vaccinations and stay at home orders, our public servants have betrayed us. Those who are meant to serve the people have taken it upon themselves to strip us of the very freedoms which define us.
As I mentioned in the last health newsletter, we will present an essential oil weekly. This week I’d like to present LEMON OIL. This is a precious citrus oil. So wonderful to use during these hot summer days.
Lemon oil has antimicrobial properties. When diluted and applied to the skin, it has demonstrated both antibacterial and antifungal effects.
Lemon oil may also help to speed healing. A study on mange in rabbits showed marked improvement in those treated with lemon oil. However, high-quality, human trials have yet to be performed.
Reduced Morning Sickness in Pregnant Women
Improved Mental Alertness
The brisk scent of lemon oil has an invigorating effect on the mind. One study found that people with Alzheimer’s disease who underwent an aromatherapy regimen performed better on cognitive tasks involving personal orientation. Lemon oil was one of the four essential oils included.
AROUND THE HOME
As well as its therapeutic uses, you can put your lemon essential oil to work around the home in a number of ways.
- As an air freshener-wither diffuse it or add it to water in a spray bottle.
- Make a spray to repel mosquitos and other unwanted bugs.
- Freshen up your laundry by adding a few drops of lemon oil to your washing soap or adding a drop or two to your final rinse cycle.
- Use it to disinfect your worktops or your moldy bath and shower area.
- Unstick glue left on surfaces, glass, car windshield and even unsticks superglue