discusses a natural cough syrup using an
onion, sugar and garlic. She improves on
the classic recipe by adding in the
pressing of the combination instead of
just letting it just drip through. In
answering a guest's question about MSM,
we learn quite a bit about sulfur also.)
Karra. How's it going sweetheart?
Karra: hey, hello, hello, I'm doing
well, I'm doing well.
Russ: this is Laura.
Karra: and you have ice water coming.
Russ: it's going to be a while now
because I just put a glass in the ice
box with water in there.
Karra: yeah, do you have any, no that
wouldn't work. No that wouldn't be a
good idea either. I'm thinking of
herbal remedies. You want something
that is soothing to the
throat........what do you have handy
in inventory please?
Karra: yes that's good.
Skip: darling can I make a suggestion?
Skip: how about onion cough syrup?
Karra: oh yes.
Laura: putting onion in the honey?
Skip: no, slice an onion thin, put it
in a bowl, pour sugar over it and let
the juice come out the bottom of it.
That's your cough syrup.
Karra: actually what you might want to
do is to do the onion, I think it's
the same way that you're thinking of a
but slightly different arrangement.
Skip: go ahead.
Karra: onion, the sugar and compress
Skip: oh okay.
Karra: and drain off the juice.
Skip: okay but I've always done it
just let it set itself and let it
juice down by itself, I've never
Karra: yes, to compress it will speed
up the process.
Skip: yes, it would.
Karra: and then mix that with some
honey for soothing and lubrication.
Laura: sounds good.
Karra: okay also garlic, garlic into
Skip: the oil of garlic or the.....?
Karra: yeah, the oil of garlic.
Skip: okay, not the cloves.
Karra: no, well you want the cloves
but you want to drain off and compress
and compress and compress.
Skip: and get the oil from it.
Karra: correct. Okay, Leonedies said
that I am a healer, that's correct.
I'm here to answer any questions you
may wish about healing, I am taking my
mind off the ambassadorial duties
completely for tonight.
Skip: okay darling, can I ask a
question about a natural....
Karra: I would be delighted to.
Skip: derivative in our systems that
we are lacking.
Skip: that's MSM.
Karra: MSM, I'm not familiar with
Skip: methyl sulfate methane I think
Skip: that's the way it's spelled.
Karra: you are right, the English
alphabet is a little bit strange to
me. Ahh anyway...
Skip: it's supposed to put sulfur back
into each cell of our body.
Skip: we were getting it through
plants and milk before they started
using artificial fertilizers and
Karra: uh-huh, it's part of the
natural system of development. Sulfur
is a very interesting compound. On its
own in a raw form it is highly
poisonous and will kill you but in
correct combination with other
chemicals it distills....what's the
word? Where you water something down.
Anyway, it gets watered down with
other chemical compounds and
everything, it becomes a very useful
Karra: diluted, thank you. However,
straight on its own it is highly
poisonous and will kill you but being
diluted down with other chemicals and
the interaction and the chemical
reactions that happen with those
compounds, it changes the structure
from the normal sulfur that you'd get
from volcanic activity into a sulfur
that is much more beneficial and aids
in such things as digestion, blood
flow, thought processes,
respiratories. In fact it affects the
whole entire body in a myriad of
different ways in different capacities
interacting with the different
structures of those organs that are
involved. I think we discussed it a
couple years ago actually.
Russ: I don't remember.
Skip: I don't remember it neither.
Russ: yeah go ahead and discuss it
because I'm going to see if I have got
Karra: okay but what happens is, it
actually strengthens your cell, the
structure of the cell and benefits the
flow of the holding capacity of the
oxygen that the vessels carry. For
example in blood, which I was just
mentioning, it speeds through the
circulation so that there is more
oxygen carried to the extremities so
therefore it benefits the oxygenation
of the blood. Another thing that it
will do is because it is affecting the
blood, it will affect the skin also.
As a certain amount of oxygen is taken
to the skin, so the skin will become
clearer and smoother. Again the same
thing happens with chondroitin which
ends up in your hair here and aids
also in the regeneration of tissue.
Okay let's answer questions.
Skip: yeah that answered the question
for me just fine.
Karra: oh, I was hoping to bring up
Skip: no, from what I understand from
all the information that I've been
able to research, it was developed for
arthritis, bursitis and it's been used
in this 3-D world for many, many,
many, many years in the treatment of
domestic and animals and racehorses
and so on and so forth to reduce the
arthritis in their joints and so on
and so forth.