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Hand Sanitizer doesn’t work as well as THIS

Coronavirus Pandemic is sweeping the globe

Major events are canceled…

Airports are empty..

Bars, Restaurants and anything else not deemed an “Essential businesses” are closed

Passover Seder and Easter Mass are now virtual events

Physical Distancing is important

I’m sorting through all of the news, information, and misinformation

It’s officially survival of the calmest


Experts Agree On One Thing…

One of the best things you can do to protect your family from Coronavirus is to wash your hands!

“According to the top Integrative and Functional organizations CDC, World Health Org and countless Medical Institutions you only need to wash your hands for a minimum of thirty seconds to keep viruses away”

Wash your hands like you have a club/bar stamp you don’t want your colleagues or Mom to see 🙂

Washing your hands not only helps prevent you from Coronavirus, but also from other infections that could cause an IBD Crohn’s Colitis flare or hospital visit.

You’re probably unconsciously touching your face up to 23 times an hour. That’s 368 times a day assuming you’re sleeping for 8 hours not touching your face.*

As a matter of fact, research shows that low hygiene and exposure to infections may be associated with an increased risk for Ulcerative Colitis*

That’s why my friends at MyGreenFills are giving away Free Non-Toxic Aloe Hand Soap to the next 1,000 people.

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Protect your family and stock up!

GET FREE HAND SOAP while supplies last.

Another reason why I love MyGreensFill is that I met their CEO Stephen Ezell last year and my intuition gave me a good hunch about him.

Turns out my intuition was right this time, last month he started Free Soap Fridays to the local residents in Traverse City, Michigan.*

Just check  out some of the people who have picked up the Free Non-Toxic Hand Soap and Free Non-Toxic Laundry Detergent 

With many stores online and in-person finding themselves out of soap, and possibly only having toxic soap left, this is a heartwarming generous offer during these challenging times.

Please check out Your Truly Free Aloe Hand Soap, you’ll thank me later. 

Happy Lathering,

BTW – It’s no surprise that their main ingredients that also good for your great gut. Aloe has been found effective against both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria and certain fungi and viruses. Inhibitory effects of A. vera against human cytomegalovirus, herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2), and poliovirus have been reported.*

MyGreensFill use Aloe Vera 10x (concentrated Aloe Vera)  as their main ingredient.

And remember, it’s survival of the calmest. Repeat this in your head. “I am calm. I am safe. I am loved. I am strong. I am calm.” That’s my mantra these days. Hope it helps


American Journal of Infection Control
Face touching: A frequent habit that has implications for hand hygiene
Yen Lee Angela Kwok, MBBS, MPH, MHM, PhD, Jan Gralton, BSc (Hons), PhD, Mary-Louise McLaws, Mary-Louise McLaws Mary-Louise McLaws School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW Medicine, UNSW Australia, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Low hygiene and exposure to infections may be associated with increased risk for ulcerative colitis in a North Indian population
Annals of Gastroenterology – Department of Gastroenterology, Dayanand Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana, India
Ajit Sood, Devendra Amre, Vandana Midha, Suresh Sharma, Neena Sood, Amandeep Thara, Manu Bansal, Garima Juyal, Bittianda Kuttapa Thelma, and Ernest Seidman

Antiviral activity of Aloe vera against herpes simplex virus type 2
African Journal Of Biotechnology
Persian Gulf Health Research Centre, Bushehr University of Medical Sciences, Bushehr, Iran. 2Jahad Keshavarzi Research Centre, Bushehr, Iran.
Keivan Zandi, Moloud Abbas Zadeh, Kohzad Sartavi and Zahra Rastian


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