The following formulation is excellent to use on topical fungal/yeast infections. It was originally designed to use on the feet, but it can be used anywhere externally. However, if using on very sensitive parts of the body, it is highly recommended that the solution FIRST be diluted!
This formula includes liposomal essential oils. First, make a batch of liposomal Ceylon cinnamon bark, liposomal peppermint oil, and liposomal tea tree oil.
Utilize the Eytons' Earth tutorial to make them: How to Make Liposomal Essential Oils (LEOs). Of course, you can make all three formulations at the same time.
If you aren't able to use an ultrasonic bath to make the LEOs, then you can put all of the same ingredients into a blender. Please keep in mind that it is very difficult to get the essential oil "smell" out of plastic. As such, one might elect to have a dedicated blender to use with strong herbal formulations!
Please note that we do not have a recommended brand of essential oils. Simply use your favorite reputable source, and buy organic if possible.
2 Ounce Spray Bottle: Made with Baking Soda, Citric Acid, Silver and Liposomal Essential Oils (LEOs)
Example of Liposomal Essential Oils - Peppermint (LEPO)
The first step is to add about 1.5 ounces of EIS colloidal silver to a mixing glass. Since this is for topical use only, feel free to use a high parts per million (PPM) formulation. However, it is strongly recommended to ONLY use electrically isolated silver, which is "colloidal silver" made only with distilled water and silver electrodes via electrolysis. For external use, we now use a stable 50 PPM product which is about 47 PPM silver ions, and about 3 PPM silver nano particles. If you'd like to learn how to make a high PPM EIS Silver product, join the Silvermedicine.org: Advanced Yahoo Email Discussion Group and request the information.
Next, add about 3/4 tsp of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) to the glass containing the colloidal silver. Mix these two substances very well until the baking soda is completely dispersed.
Now, add 1/8 tsp of citric acid. Mix well by stirring occasionally. It takes a few minutes for the reaction between the citric acid, silver ions, and baking soda to finish. Much of the citric acid reacts with the baking soda to form sodium citrate. The bubbling is the release of CO2, which is a byproduct of the reaction.
Some of the citric acid will also react with silver ions, forming silver citrate. Silver citrate is still ionic silver, and it is still effective as an antimicrobial substance.
The first part of the formula is now complete. Consider this the "base material". This base material can be used as a stand alone antifungal medicine. It is very effective. However, by adding essential oils and liposomal essential oils, the completed formula is much more effective, and remains "bioactive" on the skin for much, much longer.
4 Ounces of the Base Material
In a (suggested) 2 ounce glass spray bottle, combine:
In this case, a "drop" is a from a standard 4 ounce dropper bottle. However, don't worry about getting the measurements perfect, the formula does not require precision.
If the oils below are not available, you can skip Part 3, and simply add the "base material" to the 2 ounce spray bottle. Shake well before use!
Example of Liposomal Peppermint Oil (LEPO)
Finally, pour the 1.5 ounces of the baking soda concoction into the glass sprayer bottle.
2 ounce Spray Bottle
Shake well before use. Use topically 3-5 times daily for best results.
If necessary, the formulation can be diluted with distilled water to reduce the strength!
This is an extremely effective formulation and can be used for fungus/yeast, and many different types of rashes. Always discontinue use if it becomes too irritating.
Topical liposomal formulations are often much superior to using EOs delivered in base carrier oils. They last much longer in a bioactive state!
There is an even more advanced formulation, which we call Lipozinoil Zeta which requires ozonoils (ozonated oils) to make. While the formulation in this tutorial will remain active for several hours, Lipozinoil remains active for at least 12 hours!
These two can also be used together, along with clay poultices.
First, treat the area with a clay poultice, allowing it to remain in place until it begins to dry and naturally detach. Gently rinse and dry the treatment area.
Next, apply the topical spray. Gently rub it into the skin. Do this two or three times, making a nice layer of LEOs on top of the skin. Finally, apply the Lipozonoil Zeta to cover the entire treatment area.
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