|Disinfecting With Lime Sulfur 12/12/18|
Fe tuned into our "Let's Heal Together Support" group on Sunday afternoon.
I joined the call today for the second time and had listened to the rest.
I had wanted to ask about car maintenance and doctors appointment and you kind of mentioned that.
Ever since I had this affliction, I am always afraid to infect others.
My car is due for maintenance, end of the year and have been putting off eye, dental, etc. appointments. I have diabetes type 2 and should be attending to them. What should I do?
I also bought lime sulfur you mentioned and how do I use that for my car? Also in the house should I just spray the bottom sides of the walls?
Please advise - Thank you.
Thanks for writing.
You mix the one ounce of the lime sulfurconcentrate with a quart of water and shake. You can use a funnel to pour it into a spray bottle--use rubber gloves to keep from discoloring your hands. Note that it comes in a 5 ounce bottle, so you're only using one fifth of the bottle. Spray your car--the floor, door, under the console, side and front of chair, under the dash board, the steering wheel...
In the house you can use it anywhere--test areas to make sure it doesn't discolor or destroy finishes. It's odor dissipates with time.
Generally, you don't have to spray walls but instead spray floor areas where you walk and stand, furniture where you sit, cabinets you stand in front of, counter tops where you work, the recess at the bottom of cabinets for your feet, drains, around the toilet.. It's good to reread chapter III for other places I may have missed here.
Regarding your doctor visits: Best is to be strict with the diet, take a long bath just prior to the appointment with NG and a disinfectant like peppermint. Then take along some diluted NG body wipe or some NG skin lotion to apply, as needed, if you feel any skin discomfort.
I thank Fe for writing and being part of our Sunday afternoon "Let's Heal Together Group." Ammonia has always been my first choice as a disinfectant, however, it doesn't always work--especially for more resistant strains of Collembola. Lime sulfur will destroy every thing and anything. Nothing can survive it and it's a lot less expensive than most other disinfectants. The drawback is that it's smelly, although the odor dissipates in time, and can destroy some finishes, so use it with caution.