So, I guess an Explorer who visits a nursing facility once or twice, cleans house while a filthy Teacher is in physical rehab, vacuums away years of dust, dust mites, and examines ways of removing lots of dried parrot poop from the woodwork COULD develop a small boil that includes some staph virus, eh?
Google will not give me anything else firmer except that these things contain a bit of staph in them.......
HOWEVER, does anyone have anything to report about boils or cysts in general, as a result of deeper cleansing from the BTD or their SWAMI?
Unknowingly, I made use of Watercress this week in one of my favorite foods so that I could taste something "spicy" without using and avoid like jalapeno or red pepper. It was the best I could think of to go into my guacamole - and it was just a "good guess" at the time I didn't know it but I the small free-floating boil that had formed my earlobe was becoming inflamed.
I think the body really knows and really instructs us to "eat for our condition" when we go out and buy something we don't normally eat regularly! Within 20 minutes of eating my guac.......I felt a strong buzzing/tingling "drawing" feeling coming from my whole facial/cheek/lip area that I couldn't figure out. This lasted about 20 minutes too.
Took my "automimmune vitamins and herbs" 1 day later........boil still there, same pea size, and inflamed but somehow inside my ear there was a bit of water continually oozing up from the skin itself, above the cartilage that was above the earlobe, not flowing out of the ear itself. I dabbed the area with rubbing alcohol. I also noticed some small, deep pimples forming around my hairline a few inches away from the site.
2nd day - forgot to take my magnesium and regular vitamins, but followed up strongly with my adaptogens, my anti-fungal protocol, and my ashwaganda for hormonal balance. Fought away a spontaneous bulimic-type urge after I had eaten a clean can of good, beneficial sardines....didn't know what was going on
TODAY (3rd day) boil 99% gone overnight AND woke up to complete depletion of magnesium in my body: both backs of my calves were drawn up as tight as bowstrings (had to hobble gently out of bed) so I knew my body had burnt up the magnesium doing "something."
Pretty impressive, since watercress is "only" listed on my SWAMI as a "neutral"!!! I think I shall include much watercress as frequently as I can, especially in the winter months or when around sick people!!!