Author Topic: Garlic Oil Safe for Internal Use ?  (Read 4017 times)

Offline wlwest

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Garlic Oil Safe for Internal Use ?
« on: November 22, 2006, 06:50:48 AM »
I was reading the threads on impetigo, which I believe she has too!  In the wierdest place, under her arm??  Anyway, I've been giving her some bactroban that I had. 

She also seems to have a mild fever, so I gave her some garlic w/olive oil in her ears, and then rubbed some on her throat.  Can I give her some of that oil internally?  I wonder if she has a sore throat, but didn't want to give her any drops in her mouth if I shouldn't.

She just seems to be a mess, but it doesn't slow her down at all!!  ::)

Wendy W
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Re: Garlic Oil Safe for Internal Use ?
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2006, 08:10:57 AM »
I was reading the threads on impetigo, which I believe she has too!  In the wierdest place, under her arm??  Anyway, I've been giving her some bactroban that I had. 

She also seems to have a mild fever, so I gave her some garlic w/olive oil in her ears, and then rubbed some on her throat.  Can I give her some of that oil internally?  I wonder if she has a sore throat, but didn't want to give her any drops in her mouth if I shouldn't.

She just seems to be a mess, but it doesn't slow her down at all!!  ::)

Wendy W

Olive oil is for human consumption. Garlic can also be eaten. Yes, garlic w/ olive oil would be safe to eat IMO.
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