How to Make a Garlic Suppository for Vaginitis

26 07 2013

INGREDIENTS:                                                                                                            imgres-1

 

  1. One garlic clove, medium sized. (Or use 2 small cloves.)
  2. Small strip of cheese cloth cut to the width( 2.5 cm wide) of the garlic clove and about 15 cm long.
  3. Olive Oil.
  4. Clean stainless steel bowl that has been recently run through the dish washer.
  5. Ziploc baggie.

6. Light panty liner.

 

PROCEDURE:

 

  1. Peel garlic clove.
  2. Hit the peeled garlic clove once with the side of a chopping knife to make the garlic clove split open but not fall apart.  (This is to help the garlic oil get out of the clove and go through the cheesecloth and olive oil…it will make sense once you follow all the steps.)
  3. Wrap the strip of cheesecloth around the clove of garlic that should now have a split in it.
  4. Pour the olive oil, about 1 tbsp into the bowl.
  5. Dip the cheesecloth wrapped garlic clove into the oil and really soak the cheesecloth.
  6. Store in the ziploc baggie until the evening.

 

 

INSERTING & REMOVING THE GARLIC SUPPOSITORY:

 

  1. Right before bed, remove the prepared garlic clove from the ziploc baggie.
  2. Place the clove just inside your vagina.  Make sure that it is fully inserted, but near the opening to make it easier to remove in the morning.
  3. Go to bed with the clove inserted for the whole night.
  4. When you wake up in the morning, remove the garlic clove and put a panty liner inside your underwear to absorb any mucus or liquid that will come out of your vagina through out the day.
  5. Save the clove for one more application, then throw it out.  Place it in the ziploc bag in a cool location.
  6. You can do this several days in a row or alternate it with acidophilus inserted in your vagina.
  7. Do it as often as you wish until you do not have any itching or vaginal discharge.  (Contrary to popular belief, the only time you should have vaginal discharge is when you ovulate or before coitus.)

Please note:  This is not deemed to be medical advice. Whoever decides to utilize this information will be taking full responsibility for the outcome.  This does not take the place of regular medical attention or visits to your doctor.

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