The miracle product you’ve never heard of
What would you say if I told you there’s a supplement that’s higher in Vitamin C than any other? That’s highly antiseptic? That costs less than a fiver? That’s so versatile you can drink it, gargle with it, apply it externally, take it on your travels and even clean your house with it?
If you’ve got any sense, you’d say “what the hell is it and where can I get it?”
It’s called Citricidal. It’s concentrated grapefruit seed extract. And you can buy it in health shops and online. It’s a must for your natural first aid kit. Here’s why:
- Colds, flu, feeling run down? Put 4-10 drops in a glass of water or juice, stir thoroughly and drink twice a day. Ideal for kids at half the dose, although it’s very bitter so they won’t like the taste (neither will you).
- Mouthwash – for bad breath put 4-10 drops in water and gargle. Also good for sore throats. Don’t bother to spit it out afterwards, simply swallow it for the extra benefits.
- Candida – helps heal and prevent excess candida in the gut.
- Scalp care – put 4-10 drops in with your shampoo to treat dandruff.
- Nails – for fungal problems or athlete’s foot, dilute 4-10 drops in water and bathe the nails thoroughly, especially around the cuticle and under the top of the nail.
- Travelling – in countries with dodgy hygiene, put a drop or two in your water bottle every day as a preventive. Also drink before and after flights to help protect you from beastly bugs lurking in the air con.
- Household cleaner – simply dilute in water and spray onto surfaces. Drop some into the washing machine or dishwater and put on hot cycle for a natural way to freshen the pipes etc (tea tree oil also works well for this).
I use the Citricidal from Higher Nature, an ethical healthcare company based in Sussex, so you’re supporting the UK economy as well as your family’s health. I couldn’t do without it. And neither should you. The Internet awaits. You know what to do.
Important: grapefruit seed can react with some pharmaceutical drugs. Please check with your doctor if you’re unsure.