Thank you for this, I am really doing well, I haven’t seen a GP in 9 months because you are a doctor with products that heal!
While I do enjoy drinking Kefir for its many health benefits, I was surprised to discover it is healing for the skin as well…
Two weeks ago, I accidently grated the skin on my wrist while I was grating carrots. I quickly went to clean it off with water and thought about using some disinfectant to further clean the wound and apply a plaster. Instead used some Kefir on the wound and I did.
This was a surprise to me as I thought that Kefir was meant only for drinking. The following day I was so amazed at how quickly my skin was starting to repair itself. After 3 days of continuous application my skin looked like it had been “sewed” back together again, leaving no scars.
The same week of my kitchen accident, one of the kids in my drama class, managed to cut his foot outside while they were playing. Luckily I had brought some Kefir with me, for drinking purposes and medicinal it seems! I used some on the child’s cut as I knew that it would be the safest and most natural way to repair it.
For the past month or so, I have had what I call ‘stress pimples’ on my face. I thought, mmm let’s try Kefir. So I started using it as a base on my face before applying the Africa Grace Hydrating Cold Cream. The pimples have cleared and with continued use I know the scaring from the pimples with soon be a thing of the past.
Making Kefir is definitely worthwhile: order a kefir kit.
I have been drinking Kefir I got from Better4life for a few months now after Charlotte recommended this fermented drink for general health – its a superfood! I have just been drinking and drinking and drinking because I believe in the healing of Better4life products.
I must admit, that at times I can be a selective listener and I don’t think I listened or I might just have a memory of a gold fish but I think there was something she said about ‘straining the Kefir grains’ every day or so. What? Seriously? So much admin for healthy living? I admit to leaving leaving the grains in the jar to the point where it turned into ‘Kefir feta cheese’, hehe! Luckily I was still able to strain the Kefir version of feta cheese as the grains are known to last for a very long time. Not advisable to wait so long but not a real problem at least.
I really enjoy drinking my Kefir despite its sourish taste. In fact I hardly ever taste the sour anymore but rather its goodness to heal. I have even discovered that Kefir can be used when cooking; giving my food more than flavour, WHOLESOMENESS is the word.
An unexpected benefit:
Before I was introduced to Kefir, my mornings were always slow, I felt tired with eyes that were blood red and I experienced a burning sensation, not forgetting the bags under my eyes. I would use all sorts of eye drops which were a super temporary fix and could cause damage to my eyes in the long run.
Within the last three weeks or so I have noticed that my eyes are not as red as before when I wake up in the morn. Even though I still experience a bit of the burning sensation it is not as bad as it used to be but I am so satisfied with the progress, the red is clearing and Charlotte told me that the inflammation is wearing off. YAY, Betterlife!
I no longer have to wake up looking like I am sleep deprived. So the admin has totally been worth it, it’s no longer a tedious task for me but rather a way to a healthy, clean lifestyle. I love Kefir!
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