As we speak, the world is living through the darkest hour in the history of humanity.
In a few short months, there will be an outbreak of an epidemic that has already killed over 4,000 people and displaced half a million people.
In the meantime, a massive global effort to contain the disease is underway.
As of right now, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared a global emergency and the WHO is asking the public to help.
As you may have already noticed, we’re not alone.
The virus is being spread by the Ebola virus and it has already been confirmed in at least 25 countries around the world, including many that haven’t been hit by the disease.
The WHO says that the virus is now spreading around the globe at an alarming rate, and it is currently spreading around 50 times faster than it was in mid-March.
So, if you’re looking to clean your blood, this isn’t your only option.
Here’s how to clean blood in just a few minutes: 1.
Wash the cloth with cold water and a little bit of soap.
Use a clean cotton swab to wipe the excess away from the skin.
Rinse the cloth in cold water for at least 30 seconds.
Repeat until you’ve completely washed the cloth.