I have been watching the updates on the coronavirus, and getting tips from professional health care workers.  Here are a few tips, that we should have been practicing daily up until this point any how: 

1. Pray. Pray for the healing of this entire world, pray for this impacted, for the families that have lost loved ones, pray for ourselves not to come in contact or contract the illness.  Have faith that God will provide and continue to cover us with the Blood of Jesus during this pandemic. 

2. Wash hands preferably with soap and water, if you don’t have access to soap and water wash with a hand sanitizer that has alcohol in it. Due to the shortage of hand sanitizer, incase you haven’t heard, many stores have ran out of it. I make sanitizer using my doTerra Essential Oil OnGuard, it is rather easy to make at home, and probably a lot cheaper. Here is an easy recipe for you, all you need is rubbing alcohol and 100% aloe vera gel, 100% pure essential oil if you have access to any. Click here for the recipe.

3. Drink water and stay hydrated. From my understanding, if the virus enters through our nose/mouth, and we have a dry mouth, it can enter the lungs, which is one of the main issues with the virus. When we drink water, it’s recommended to take a few sips every 15 minutes to keep our mouth wet, then the virus can get washed down into our digestive system, at which point, our stomach acid is supposed to kill the virus. 

It’s recommended to drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water a day (64 ounces), I’ve also seen recommendations to drink half of your body weight in water ounces. If you weigh 150 pounds, then you drank 75 ounces of water. I love drinking my water with lemon and once daily I’ll add Frankincense to my water, most of doTerra Oils are consumable, which is how you know the product is pure and authentic. You have to find the best method for you, is it putting Crystallite in your water bottle, is it drinking it with your food?  What will make you drink your recommended dosage of water?

4. Take the right vitamins each day. Our bodies are made to fight off infections, diseases and virus’. What makes us vulnerable are the toxins that we put in our bodies and the substances that we leave out. The toxins are things such as, caffeine, alcohol, the ingredients in our cleaning products that seep through our skin. Because we create such a toxic environment, there is tension between the healthy cells and the toxic cells. When we reduce the amount of toxins and increase the vitamins and natural supplements, we become less vulnerable to the long term effects of the virus.

From what I have been reading, the virus is most fatal to those with compromised immune system. Talk with your doctor about the health of your immune system. Talk to your health care professional about what vitamins your body is missing and what supplements you should get on. A blog post is coming at a later time about vitamins that most of us are missing in our daily diets.

5. Control thoughts – Stop thinking about the virus all day, stop dwelling on it, this is wasted energy, it can cause most people to worry. Worrying will not change the epidemic. Thinking about the virus is causing some to panic, thinking about lack, the lack of hand sanitizer, so they go out and buy massive amounts, and I know some people that buy it up so they can sell it later because the product becomes a high demand item. If you follow the instructions to create your own hand sanitizer, you won’t be worried about lacking the product.

Allowing the virus to overtake your thoughts, can become a distraction and take your focus away from what you want, take your focus away from God and place it on something that we have no individual control over. When we worry, we have undue stress and other healthy issues can arise, plus it pulls us away from living a peaceful life, which is something that God wants us to have. 

Our role is to pray, stay mentally and physically healthy, reduce the spread of the virus by, washing our hands, drinking water and focusing on God and what we want out of life.

I am praying for you, wishing you Much Love and Many Blessings!


I am not a medical doctor, nor is this medical advise. This blog is not to replace your medical needs. These are tips that I have acquired, have the conversation with your personal doctor or professional medical advisor about your specific health needs concerning the coronavirus.

Posted April 2020