As more and more immigrants enter the West, when you think we don't have a natural immunity to it right now, the opportunities for indigenous populations to seize it have increased significantly.If there is a possibility or warning of a plague infection, then I would suggest investing in a cheap essential oil diffuser and using the oil mentioned above.For those who doubt the ability of essential oils to treat serious diseases, let me tell you two little stories.
A group of thieves frequently broke into the houses of the plague victims, robbing bodies, while they were not ill, according to the Royal Archives of the century.It is revealed that they are a spice family who wrap their bodies with oils containing lavender essential oils that they know protect them from deadly bacteria.History has also shown that the town of bucklesbury is the center of the lavender industry in Europe, so it has completely escaped the plague.
We know that lavender essential oils have microbial properties similar to modern antibiotic drugs.The actual ingredients of the "Four Thieves Vinegar" are lavender, rosemary, camphor wood, nutmeg, rat sage and cinnamon in a mixture of vinegar and garlic.(*) In addition, the recipe can provide protection against cholera and typhoid with other deadly toxins.
Frankincense, Juniper *, white angelica, rat Lee, eucalypus *, cloves *, tea tree *, Thyme *, lemon, camphor tree, Rose.The plague and mice are automatically thought.However, the problem is the flea on the mouse.
In our modern society, mice are an increasingly serious problem, but the chances of carrying fleas infected by plague are quite small.However, they do carry diseases that are very annoying in themselves.These days, plagues are almost unknown in the Western world, but still occur from time to time in third world countries.
Prisoners in overcrowded prisons have the potential to catch a bubble plague.In the island of Ma, unless the dirty, crowded prison on the island is disinfected, it is particularly dangerous at present, there may be a bubble plague epidemic.Every October, hot and humid weather attracts fleas, which spread the disease to humans from mice and other animals.
In 256, there were 2012 plague cases and 60 deaths on the island, the highest recorded number in the world.Since February 2012, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has carried out a campaign to improve prison hygiene in collaboration with local health groups at the Geneva and Bath institutes.The International Committee of the Red Cross says 3,000 inmates at antanimola, the main prison in the center of the capital ant nalifo, live with a large number of mice that spread through food, bedding and clothingMice themselves can go in and out of prison or spread the disease.
There are visitors to the prisoners who may also be infected and the prisoners are finally released, so there are many ways to spread the disease.If found early, the disease can be treated with antibiotics, but due to the lack of facilities and the traditional sense of shame about the disease, this makes it tricky to be in remote areas of the island.Experts say AfricaEspecially the Falklands and of the CongoAccounts for more than 90% of global cases.
In August 2013, howeveryear-Old herdsmen died of black death in KyrgyzstanThis is the country's first case in 30 years.In the past 20 years, at least three countries have experienced about 30-50 years.The regions were India in 1994 and 2002 in 1997, Indonesia in 2003 and Algeria in.
According to the World Health Organization, the last major Black Death in Peru broke out in 2010, when 12 people were found infected.Due to the wide geographical distribution of the epidemic, there seems to be no reasonable reason.Many people survived the protection of lavender plants.
Similar protection can be provided today by planting thick lavender hedges in the garden or using lavender plants in window boxes without a garden.As the work of cutting tunnels at the crossroads below London draws to a close, excavation reveals many interesting facts about the "plague trap" dug in the medium term"The handling of thousands of bodies.Many early pits just pass through or through boredom-The underground railway system has little archaeological work.
About 350, DNA testing first confirmed the identity of bacteria behind London's 1665 plague --1666.It took a year to confirm the preliminary discovery of a suspected plague burial pit at the Liverpool Street cross-rail site, using data from about 3,500 of the buried objects foundTests were carried out in Germany to confirm the presence of DNA in the bacteria of y.The potion that caused the bubble plagueSome authors have previously argued that it is not another pathogen, but the microbial identity behind the historical outbreak caused by the plague.
Described the terrible fate of the Londoners.\ "I think the plague operates in different ways in different constitutions;.\ "Other people with swelling and tumors in their neck, groin or armpit will not fall into unbearable pain and torture until they are broken;As I have observed, others are infected silently.
Evidence of this pathogen has not been discovered by archaeologists, but when a suspicious collective grave was found in a crossbar excavation at the Bedlam cemetery (also known as the new cemetery) last year, this evidence seems to be in east London.Alison Telfer from the Archaeological Museum of London (Mola) showed reporters in the area plans to provide down escalators to the future Broadgate ticket hall on Liverpool StreetWe found three.and-a-She told the BBC about today's show.
We have been working here for the past five years.and-half-Over the years, we hope that we can positively identify the plague of some people.Due to the position of the bones, they were apparently put in the coffin & very respectfully put in, and no one was thrown anywhere in the presumably rather painful event.
They must have been piled up and buried;That is, there is no account.Panic and chaos only come at the end of the Great Plague.Vanessa Harding, a London history professor at the University of London Birkbeck, described the experiences of Londoners at the time.
There are not many people who really make it survive, but some do.Professor Harding said."But from their point of view, we can also consider taking some public health measures, including killing cats and dogs, driving away beggars on the street, and trying to purify the city from both moral and practical aspects.The best people are those who leave London.
Looking for the plague-causing Yerson bacteria last year, at Mora's department of bones, selected some bones from the excavation, and all the findings on Liverpool Street were stored and examined by Michael Henderson.."We dig in three and a half thousand bones, one of the largest archaeological excavations to date.A huge data set can give us really meaningful information.
Bones are arranged in anatomical order.
At the Max Planck Institute of Human History science in Yena, Germany, teeth were removed and sent for ancient DNA analysis.The best sample for DNA is teeth;Mr. Henderson said.In Germany, molecular ancient pathologist Kirsten Bos drilled the pulp, painstakingly searched for 17th-century bacteria, and finally got 5 positive from 20 people tested by the burial pit.she said.We do not know why the Great Plague of London was the last of the great plagues of England, and whether there were genetic differences in the past, those strains that spread to today in Europe;These are the problems we are trying to solve by collecting more genetic information from ancient creatures.
Bos and her team will now continue sequencing the entire DNA genome to better understand the evolution and spread of the disease.There is nothing to identify those found in the collective graves under the development of the cross-rail, but a tombstone was found not far away, inscribed with the name Mary godleve,September 1665.To reassure anyone worried about whether plague bacteria were released from excavation work or scientific analysis, it can be confirmed that it did not survive underground.