Natural DIY Hand Sanitizer
According to Dr. Hulda Clark, the first step to Parasite Cleansing, is proper hygiene. However, proper hygiene does not mean using products with Toxic Ingredients.
This is the reason why I made my own Natural DIY Hand sanitizer
1 quart of distilled water
2 tbsps baking soda
1 shot glass of Gin or Vodka (food grade alcohol)
1 tbsp of Dr. Bronner’s liquid soap
It feels very refreshing and not drying my hands…However, it seems 1 shot glass of gin is not enough.. so might add more to my mixture.. I will also add orange or lemon peel
Here is an excerpt from Dr. Hulda Clark’s book (The Cure for All Diseases: With Many Case Histories)
Make up a 5 to 10% solution of food grade alcohol. Food grade alcohols are grain (ethyl) alcohol or vodka. (DO NOT use isopropyl alcohol. There are those, like Dr. Hulda Clark, who believe this attracts parasites.) Find a suitable dispenser bottle. Mark it with a pen at about one tenth of the way up from the bottom. Pour 95% grain alcohol (190 proof) to this mark (for the 50% grain alcohol or vodka make your mark one fifth of the way up). Add water to the top. Keep shut. You may add a chip of lemon peel for fragrance. My personal favorite is a few lavendar buds for fragrance.
Use this for general sanitizing purposes: bathroom fixtures, knobs, handles, canes, walkers, and for personal cleanliness (but use chlorine bleach for the toilet bowl once a week). Always clean up after a bowel movement with wet toilet paper. This is not clean enough, though. Follow with a stronger damp paper towel. This is still not clean enough; use a final damp paper towel with skin sanitizer added. After washing hands, sanitize them too, pouring a bit on one palm and put finger tips of the other hand in it, scratch to get under nails, repeat on other hand. Rinse with water.
Do not use this recipe, nor keep any bottles of alcohol
in the house of a recovering alcoholic.
I also want to try this natural hand sanitizewr from Renouve (a new product from the UK).. as it contains 95% natural ingredients. Otherwise, I will have to stay on our Natural hand sanitizer.
If you are interested in making your own sanitizer, you can also use ethyl alcohol (NOT isopropyl alcohol==> this is toxic). However, ethyl alcohol is hard to find in Singapore.