With all the hubbub about modern, western medicine over prescribing antibiotics and the general over use of prescription drugs there is a resurgence of alternative medicine making its way into the mainstream culture. And while some of it seems bizarre, sometimes what is old is the new solution.
Would you go as far as to put sliced onions in your socks if you thought it would act as an antibiotic, without the side effects of prescription medicine? WorldTruthTV published an article outlining the benefits of natural medicine and why applying onions and garlic to your feet can clean infection from your blood.
One of the coolest ways to open up these electrical pathways (meridians) and to help purify your internal organs, without doing anything internal (diet related) is to cut up onions or garlic and to put them in your socks while sleeping.
WTtv also suggests that onions are good air purifiers. I guess they never considered the odorous effects, or should I say, room clearing effects they have.
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