Oh, my dear garlic,

How I truly love you so.

You not only add flavor to my food

But are the best remedy I know!

Ahhh, garlic makes me smile.  I recently asked my family if they were going to carve a sculpture of me out of the food that most represented me, what would it be?  GARLIC was the quick answer and unanimous decision of all.  The above picture is how I take garlic when I am too lazy to make the tea (sinus drainage remedy)… Just mince a garlic clove, put honey on top and take it quick followed by lots of water.  If you are trying to give it to a baby or child who won’t go for that, GOOT (below) is the best option, and it works great.  Enjoy your garlic however you can!!!!!!!!

GOOT Garlic oil ointment
A formula that will produce miracles –
Warm 3 tablespoons of Coconut oil over stove until melted and add 3 tablespoons of olive oil.
Remove from heat and add 3 tablespoons of fresh chopped garlic.

Blend at slow speed, then at high speed for 2 minutes. Use a blender or coffee grinder. Pour mixture through a screen to remove chunks of garlic that the blender may have missed. Pour into a wide mouth jar and label it “GOOT.” Place in a refrigerator.

GOOT turns into a thick soft paste after 1 hour. GOOT, rubbed into the skin, transfers raw garlic oil directly into the blood stream. Apply on the feet of children or infants to fight infections. Rub on chest for chest colds, pneumonia or rub into nostrils for sinus infections.  Apply on rashes any place. Place on cotton swab for ear infections. GOOT kills Candida, parasites, bad bacteria and virus by direct application. In addition, it treats systemic infections by absorption through the skin into the blood supply and travels throughout the body. After two weeks, make a new batch of GOOT.

You may add 2 dropper-fulls of oregano oil (and mix well) and several drops (depending on amount) of GSE (grapefruit seed extract)
for extra strength and effectiveness before refrigeration.(the National Association for Child Development).

PS- Sorry about the irregular font sizes and styles… I do not know how to change it to make it uniform.   😦