Saturday, April 17, 2010

Natural Blessings Coconut Oil

thank you to Rome Figueroa for supplying me with my newest obsession


CO has been found as blood plasma substitute because it is sterile, does not produce heat, does not destroy red blood cells and is readily accepted by the body.

Also found in CO Alauric acid has been recognized for its unique properties in food use, which are related to its antiviral, antibacterial, and antiprotozoal functions.

Natural coconut fat in the diet leads to a normalization of body lipids, protects against alcohol damage to the liver, and improves the immune system's anti-inflammatory response.

As cooking oil, it is ideal for use, having a high resistance to heat, and the ability to remain whole without losing its chemical composition despite exposure to high temperatures.
As salad oil, its essential ingredients give it an exotic taste. Create you own salad oil by adding vinegar and other spices.
A hair conditioner, it embellishes the hair, leaving it soft and silky.
(In certain countries, the pulp is used as a balm to stimulate hair growth; a small amount of virgin coconut oil massaged into the scalp at night conditions both the hair and scalp).
As a massage oil and body lotion, it leaves skin soft and smooth, relieving dry skin itchiness and other skin diseases, making the skin supple.

ROME was telling me that i can actually add coconut oil to CHUKA's food, and it should stop her from itching. I will start tomorrow and keep you posted with her progress. Reading about the benefits VCO has on animals is getting me very excited. I would love to see her get some relief from the constant itching. The change in her diet (removing grains and chicken) has helped, but there is still more that can be done. CROSS YOUR FINGERS AND TOES

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