After sitting at home most of the time for the last three weeks (except when I could get out alone), in order to keep my kids home during the incubation period for chicken pox, I have some thoughts on how we treat illness, vaccines, and those who refuse vaccines in society. There's a big double standard out there...and it's not okay.
Some of the most effective home remedies for chickenpox include the use of baking soda, coriander, honey, neem leaves, oatmeal baths, Epsom salt, sandalwood essential oil, jasmine, ginger, vitamin D, and Indian lilac.
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Powerful anti-scar remedy that prevents scars from forming & may even reduce the appearance of old scars. It is especially effective if you're suffering from chicken pox or shingles. First warm the coconut oil until it's a liquid. Mix 1 Tbsp Castor Oil, & 500mg Vitamin E Oil with 1/4 cup Extra Virgin Coconut Oil in a small container. Mix together and apply liberally to the affected areas two to three times per day. More at Cook + Cure www.cookandcure.com
Step 4: "My entire body was covered with pustules which in a fit of panic at my appearance I scratched off my face leaving permanent scars" (Cofer 434). This quote explains her appearance, which is an important part to the story.
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