The natural protection against BACTERIA & FUNGI

By Aeda

CINNAMON:
 

There is a good news and bad news!

The bad news is that there seems to be an increasing influx of harmful bacteria and fungi in our atmosphere recently. No thanks to the recent sun flares that heat up the core of the earth causing the release of gaseous substance that promotes microorganism activity. Not only does the presence of increased bacteria activity in the atmosphere increases the risk to our health, it also poses a threat to our daily well being by igniting undesired emotions like frustration, low self esteem, suspicion, doubt, irritation and dissatisfaction.

Frustrated? Depressed? Low esteem? It may be the work of bacteria & fungi inside you

Unknown to many, our emotions are not real.

Emotion is a choice; it is the product of the thoughts we create.

SWO has conducted extensive clinical tests on human subjects on the impact of bacteria and microorganisms on human thoughts. In all studies, participants felt calm and happy when the harmful bacteria in their body was removed after a course of anti-microbial treatment – which was a significant shift in mindset in comparison to the state of mind and emotions prior to the treatment.

It is a known fact that single cell organisms like bacteria and fungi exchanges their DNA with cells in their surrounding environment as part of their natural evolution. These exchanges happens between one bacteria with another and also with cells of the host that they have invaded. Also, all bacteria and fungi depends on their host for their food and survival which is why, these microorganisms are known to release their own chemicals in the body of their host to influence the behaviour of the host in a manner that would benefit these microorganisms. Which explains why some people experience unexplained changes in diet choices, food preferences, habits and character.

Taxoplasma Gondii parasite – causes schizophrenia and suicide

In extreme cases, microorganisms have been found to cause suicidal behaviour in humans, such as the diseases known as Taxoplasmosis. Taxoplasmosis is a disease caused by a parasite known as Taxoplasma Gondii which infects the brain of its host resulting in depression, schizophrenia and suicide. Other bacteria that have a psychiatric effect on humans include the bacteria that lives in the termite gut and wood worm. These bacteria release a gaseous substance in the atmosphere that affects the human brain and causes one to feel irritable, unsettled, agitated, anxious, depressed and lethargic.

SWO as your solution provider

The good news is that SWO has found a practical and simple solution to protect ourselves against these microorganisms.

The answer lies with Cinnamon.

 

Cinnamon is a well known spice that is widely used as a condiment in cooking. However, little did everyone know that Cinnamon is used in a variety of medicine for bacteria and fungal control. In clinical studies, scientists have found that Cinnamon had the most potent bactericidal properties compared to other common antimicrobial agents such as Triclosan and Getamicin (both widely used in medical practice).

Whilst studies have shown that certain strains of bacteria have developed resistance to Triclosan and Gentamicin, the same resistance was not found with Cinnamon. Cinnamon is also found to be highly effective in countering infections from Candida Albicans, E.Coli and Staphylococcus.
 

The composition of Cinnamaldehyde, Coumarin, Eugenol and Carvacrol in Cinnamon has the ability to inhibit protein synthesis and specific metabolic pathways required for fatty acid synthesis in bacteria cells resulting in the breakdown of bacteria metabolism. In a nutshell, Cinnamon has the ability to kill bacteria by disrupting their energy production.


SWO has conducted a clinical study of the impact of Cinnamon on human subjects with unexplained bouts of depression, anger, anxiety, irritation, self doubt, low esteem and suspicion. In the study, subjects felt an immediate relief and calmness after smelling the natural fragrance from Cinnamon sticks for a few minutes. All the depression, anger, anxiety, irritation, self doubt, low esteem, suspicion and unwanted thoughts were extinguished and subjects regained a level mindset.

 

Take a whiff of Cinnamon and feel calm and happy!
 

So, if you want to protect yourself from unwelcomed invasion of bacteria and fungi, just carry some Cinnamon in your pocket. Take a whiff of the Cinnamon any time you feel tired or unsettled to rejuvenate your mind and regain composure.

However, it is worthwhile to note that whilst inhaling the fragrance is good, including Cinnamon in your food and drink is a little tricky. That’s because Cinnamon reacts differently with other substances in food and drinks – some of these reactions may be counter productive to your health. If you intend to enjoy a cup of Cinnamon coffee or tea, remember to exclude sugar from your drink and replace with honey instead.
 

One last tip, try to get Cinnamon that are produced from India as opposed to the ones from Indonesia or Vietnam. The ones from India is highly potent in fighting bacteria and fungi!

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