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Protect Yourself from EMF Radiation with This One Herb
This is perhaps the cheapest and easiest way to ingest the protective compounds in rosemary, especially if you have a rosemary plant in your garden. Simply boil 2 cups of pure water. Once the water is boiling, turn off the flame and add 2 to 3 teaspoons of finely chopped rosemary leaves. Allow to steep for 10 minutes, strain, and drink every day. You can add a bit of raw, organic honey if you like.
Rosemary Essential Oil
If you aren’t a tea drinker, you can use rosemary essential oil. Combine a half a teaspoon of rosemary essential oil with about ¼ cup of a good quality carrier oil such as coconut, avocado, or jojoba, and rub this mixture on the bottom of your feet every night before bed. You can also place a few drops of the essential oil on a small cloth, such as a washrag, and hold it to your face, breathing in that delightful aroma. If you prefer, you can use a diffuser or a vaporizer and allow the cleansing, healing compounds in rosemary essential oil to fill your house.
There are also food sources that contain large amounts of caffeic acid, such as most citrus fruits, apples, and cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower. Eating some of these each day will also help to lower the radiation levels in our bodies and stop the damage that these RF waves cause.
This article is not meant to be a substitute for medical advice. If you suspect that you have a medical problem, always consult your doctor promptly. Although rosemary is considered to be quite safe for everyone, if you are taking prescription medications, always speak with your doctor first to avoid any interactions.