Lighter Side of Blood Supermoon – Vampires, Garlic and Activated Charcoal

Photo - Moon 2 SUPERMOON TONIGHT

The largest full moon of 2015, called “supermoon” will light up the sky this Sunday, September 27.  At approx. 8:00 AM EDT, the moon will arrive at “perigee” which is the point in its orbit bringing it closest to Earth.   The full moon can appear as much as 14% larger in the sky.  This total lunar eclipse will spawn a rare and dramatic “supermoon”.

Supermoons occur when the moon reaches its full phase at or near the satellite’s closest approach to Earth, and appears abnormally large and bright as a result. The Sept. 27 event is quite special; the last supermoon eclipse occurred in 1982, and the next won’t take place until 2033

ON THE LIGHTER SIDE….

So, what does this mean for all those concerned about werewolves and vampires?  There are lots of stories, myths and legends surrounding a full moon including stories of Vampires.  Vampires are very popular again in the movies and talked about more than ever.  So, here’s what you need to know.  If you believe that garlic keeps away vampires, you’ll have a cabinet or refrigerator full of these odoriferous cloves.   Right?  Perhaps this works and you won’t have Vampires.  But now, what do you do about the garlic odor and how did our ancestors keep the smell in control?  Charcoal, perhaps?

MORE ON THE LIGHTER SIDE….  History Behind Garlic and Vampires.

To a lot of folks out there, a full moon brings to mind lots of stories, myths and legends that surround a full moon including Vampires.    For years, cultures around the world considered garlic, not only as a food, but also garlic is said to hold medicinal properties among other uses.  As far as vampires, according to some traditions, various methods including garlic can be used to protect against vampires.   This originated back to Eastern Europe where vampires were believed to be afraid of garlic.   Perhaps this had something to do with the idea that garlic can be used to get rid of many insects and mosquito bites (and maybe vampire bites too).

More about Charcoal  –
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Vampires and Garlic

On  a lighter note –

Vampires seem to be back in popularity again, so I thought this would be a good time to discover a bit more about Vampires and why the relationship with garlic.

The idea of drinking blood to be immortal is a concept that has been around for centuries.  Drinking someone else’s blood has been thought of as obtaining the “life blood” of someone else.    Vampires are entities that are able to maintain immortality by sucking or drinking the blood from humans.   As the legend goes, they are nocturnal creatures and the sunlight turns them into dust.      It’s sometimes difficult to seperate the myths from legends and literature and now, with the popularity of the Twilight series, vampires seemingly are more popular than ever.

History of Vampires and Garlic

So, what’s the relationship between Vampires and garlic?  For years, cultures around the world considered garlic to have some very effective medicinal properties. In fact today, garlic is considered extremely beneficial for your health.  But also, garlic has been a weapon to ward of evil.    As far as Vampires, according to some traditions, garlic is an effective method to protect against vampires.  Originating centuries ago in Eastern Europe, it was well thought that garlic would ward off vampires, believing that the undead had a great fear of garlic.    Today, many believe that this has something to do with the idea that garlic can actually be used to get rid of other blood sucking creatures such as many insects including mosquitos.

So, what do vampires and garlic have to do with odor eliminators.  Well, whether you believe in vampires or not, garlic is a very popular food and it’s very common to find fresh cloves of garlic in kitchens and refrigerators around the world.   That’s where Fridge IT comes in.  These powerful cube shaped activated charcoal odor eliminators will help make sure that unless you really are trying to keep away vampires, the odor from the garlic will always be under control.    Also available in a convenient flat wafer size, Fridge It activated charcoal odor absorbers are the 21st century solution to even the worse refrigerator odors including pungent garlic odor.   Ideal not only for the refrigerator and freezer, but Fridge IT controls and eliminates odor in drawers, cabinets, closets, under sinks, near trash and so much more.    Looking for a better, natural refrigerator deodorizer – Please visit us at Innofresh web site or click on this link to go directly to our shopping cart full of values ShopInnofresh

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