Healthcare: Chemical Cleansing

There is a certain amount of toxic that penetrate through our thoughts, emotions, and physical movements. We use harsh household cleansers, overload our system through vitamin prevention, and we partake of fast food due to our selective busy (maybe not productive) lifestyles. We need to stop and engage in a Healthy Living Program. Why? To get some chemicals out of our lives. Let us start at our homes. The use of essential oils can replace potential toxins within our home environments. Those who suffer from sinus, allergies, and sleeping disorders can benefit from the removal of dust, chemical cleanser products. Let us try cleaning our house with the following essential oils: (please make sure we check with our Spiritual Physician (SP) and Medical Physician (MP) before enhancing on this essential oil cleaning journey): First, place a few drops of lemon down drowns in order to disinfect and provide air freshener. Next, use lemon and lavender on a moist cloth to wipe down kitchen counters, bathrooms, tiles, showers, and tubes. Finally, to polish our windows, we can use a few drops of lemon on a rag or newspaper.
“And the anointing oil and fragrant incense for the Holy Place. They are to make them just as I commanded you” (Exodus 31:11).
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Fredina Weems

Fredina J. Usher-Weems’ passion for the field of health and wellness began at the young age of 12, when neighborhood friends and family members declared her the fitness instructor at the daycare center her parents owned in Cleveland, Ohio.  Fredina states that “when the kids came in, we started our morning off doing laps, jumping jacks, and push-ups.”

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