Charcoal has the unique ability to absorb or remove poisonous gases, drugs, toxic chemicals, infectious bactera, and viruses.
USES OF CHARCOAL:
ORAL: Charcoal has no toxic effects. Use charcoal as much as needed and as often as it is needed. Carefully stir 1 tablespoon of charcoal powder into a small amount of water, fill the glass with additional water.
Poisoning or Drug Overdose, Food Poison, Diarrhea, Nausea and Vomiting, Intestinal Gas or Bloating, Sore Throat, Bad Breath, etc.
EXTERNALLY POULTICE: Charcoal powder can be mixed with water. Mix the charcoal powder into a little water until the mixture has the consistency of a paste. Ground flaxseed or cornstarch may be added to the charcoal mixture to keep the poultice from becoming too dry.
Eye Infections, Ear Infections, Skin Infections, Joint Infections, Bee Stings, Spider Bites, Snake Bites, Toothaches, Gum Infections, Liver Disorders (paste on abdomen), Kidney Disorders (paste on mid-back).
Note: Charcoal recognizes over the counter medicine and prescription drugs as poison.
In this picture I mixed charcoal paste and applied some onto a paper towel and covered it with plastic wrap and sealed it tightly with tape for an insect bite.
EUCALYPTUS OIL: Excellent for sore throats and cough.
SORE THROAT: Put a few drops of eucalyptus oil in 1 cup of hot water and sweeten with honey.
COUGH: Put 2 teaspoons honey with a few drops of eucalyptus oil. Repeat as needed.
PEPPERMINT OIL: Excellent remedy for colds, chills, colic, dizziness, fevers, gas on stomach, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and flu. Good for muscle aches, nerve pain, rheumatism, and sinus.
INTERNALLY: Put a few drops of peppermint oil in 1 cup of hot water and sweeten with honey for colds, chills, colics, dizziness, fevers, gas on stomach, nausea, vomiting, headache, diarrhea, and flu.
EXTERNALLY: Apply on affected areas for muscle aches, nerve pain, and rheumatism.
SINUS: Boil water in the saucepan. When water is boiling, reduce to simmer down. Put a few drops of peppermint oil. Stay close to the simmering water and inhale deeply for 5-10 minutes. Repeat as needed.
Home Remedy – The HOT FOOT BATH
The HOT FOOT BATH consists of placing feet in hot water deep enough to completely cover the ankles for 30 minutes and quickly pour cold water over feet. Thoroughly dry feet and toes. Put on warm socks or slippers to avoid chilling.
The HOT FOOT BATH affects the circulation of the entire body. Heat expands or dilates the blood vessels of the feet, which moves the blood from other body parts to the feet. The increased blood flow to the feet relieves congestion of the blood in the BRAIN, LUNGS, and ABDOMINAL organs.
* Prevent or shorten colds, chest congestion. Flue or coughs
* Pelvic cramps or prostate disorders
* Stop nosebleeds
* Diminish pain anywhere in the body from toothache to backache
* Relieve nervous tension
* Foot tub
* Tea kettle of hot water
* Pitcher of cold water
* Large towels
* Glass of water