Home Remedies part 1 Agatha Thrash MD

Home Remedies part 1 Agatha Thrash MD


00:01 Hello! I grew up in rural South Georgia
00:05 about 33 miles from the nearest hospital because of our
00:09 distance away from good medical care, my parents became quite
00:11 proficient in home remedies. 00:16 Since I grew up with these I know their
effectiveness 00:20 I know that in may instances they are
the best remedy for 00:24 a certain disorder.
00:25 It won’t work for all things but it does work for many
00:29 and where it is applicable, a home remedy is the best remedy
00:34 that we have for that disease. 00:35 We’re going to be talking about Home
Remedies, some of which 00:39 I think you will never have seen before,
00:41 so we hope you will join us and I know you will
00:43 enjoy the program. 01:05 Welcome to Help Yourself to Health
01:07 with Dr. Agatha Thrash of Uchee Pines Institute
01:10 and now here is your host Dr. Thrash. 01:16 In most homes you will find a lot of
things that are very 01:22 applicable to home remedies.
01:25 Now every home that has water and a source of heat and a
01:32 source of cold and cloths and sometimes some kind of
01:39 irrigation equipment, any home that has these can be
01:43 sure that they know how that they have the equipment to do
01:47 the home remedies. 01:48 Now I have here a very simple home remedy,
01:52 this is a cough syrup, and notice this thick honey,
01:56 see how thick it is. 01:57 This honey is produced in South Georgia,
02:04 it’s Gall Berry Honey and as you can see it is quite thick
02:08 but when you put that with some chopped onion,
02:11 just ordinary onion chopped notice how very thin the
02:17 honey gets, the reason for that after 12 hours or so
02:21 it has extracted all the benefits from the onion.
02:25 Now we have there the Quercitin, we have a lot of flavonoids and
02:29 a variety of antioxidants, some antimicrobial substances,
02:35 a lot of things that can be most beneficial for a cough.
02:40 and this is a cough medicine. 02:43 Let me show you what you would do from
this point, 02:46 just take a strainer and pour the juice,
the onion honey 02:55 pour that into a strainer and strain
out the onion 03:01 and then you have the onion honey fluid,
you can mash this 03:08 a bit to get it so that you have only
the fluid in a cup and then 03:17 it can be stored in the refrigerator.
03:19 Simply store the nice honey water, now when a person has
03:25 a cough, whether it’s dry or productive, this can be used
03:30 by the teaspoonful to quell the cough. 03:34 Not very long ago we had a patient who
had a cough, 03:39 it was really terrible, and every time
she coughed, 03:43 she would take a teaspoonful of this
from the refrigerator 03:46 and simply swallow it.
03:48 In seconds her throat would feel better, she would have a
03:52 paroxysm of coughing and in just seconds she would be
03:58 free of cough and go sometimes for half an hour with
04:02 no coughing. 04:03 Then another paroxysm of coughing, just
almost like 04:07 the whooping cough, take another teaspoonful,
and it was 04:11 again quelled in just a matter of seconds.
04:15 Now a close relative of onion is Aloe, Aloe can grow in your
04:20 kitchen or in your living room, it’s a beautiful plant.
04:24 You can have it if you live in very warm climates
04:27 you can have it living out of doors, and it has so many
04:31 uses, and I have asked Rhonda Clark who is one of our
04:35 co-workers at Uchee Pines to tell us some of the wonderful
04:40 unexpected uses of Aloe Vera. 04:43 – Oh! There are so many I really enjoyed
researching a little bit 04:46 of the unexpected uses of Aloe Vera.
04:48 A typical bottle of Aloe Vera Gel that you can find at a
04:52 Health Food Store, even now in many pharmacies or
04:55 grocery stores has so many uses for she wouldn’t believe.
04:58 Some of the ones that I knew of of course that it’s wonderful
05:04 for burns, it’s wonderful to put on poison ivy or insect bites
05:09 or other irritations of the skin, such as a scrape
05:13 or a small abrasion, but did you know that this also can be
05:17 used as a deodorant. 05:19 It can be used as a hair jel, or a hair
conditioner, 05:22 and it even is a wonderful treatment
for dandruff 05:25 if you just thickly apply Aloe Vera
get to the scalp 05:28 allow it to set for 10 minutes and then
shampoo the hair 05:32 as normal, it can help clear up dandruff.
05:35 – And you just sort of work it into the scalp.
05:37 – Work it in good, let it sit and then shampoo your hair
05:41 as normal. 05:42 – Well that sounds interesting. – Yes!
You know it was said 05:44 that Cleopatra used as her secret for
beautiful skin. 05:49 In Ancient Egypt they used Aloe’s in
the embalming process 05:54 not to help preserve anything, but just
to help keep the 05:57 skin intact Aloe Vera Gel makes a wonderful
face moisturizer 06:01 face cream and it has nice microbial
killing property 06:08 that makes it useful for individuals
with acne’s, 06:10 psoriasis, other types of skin conditions
that you want to 06:14 keep the skin very clear of bacteria.
06:16 – Do you have anything for wrinkles? 06:17 – No! cream against wrinkles unfortunately.
06:21 – Well I guess I’m proud of all my wrinkles, it indicates that
06:24 I have lived a long time and that’s amazing in this age.
06:28 – Yeah, there were some things that surprised me when I was
06:31 doing this, I guess there are some individuals who suffer
06:34 with odor in the belly button of all places and Aloe Vera
06:39 is a wonderful remedy for that. 06:40 Using Aloe Vera gel twice a day in the
belly button can help 06:44 reduce irritations or odor in the belly
button 06:47 and some other kind of surprising things
of Aloe Vera 06:50 that I thought were…
06:52 Oral care, this one really surprised me.
06:54 There is a growing body of evidence of the benefits of
06:57 Aloe Vera gel in many dental procedures. 06:59 It can be used to treat gingivitis or
inflammation 07:03 of the gums and that can be either by
gargling, rinsing, 07:07 swishing with an aloe Vera juice, or
letting the gels sit 07:11 against the gums for a period of time.
07:13 There is even now toothpaste made with Aloe Vera that can
07:16 be useful in fighting against gingivitis, when a tooth has
07:20 been extracted, Aloe Vera can help prevent infection
07:23 in that socket of the extracted tooth it could be…
07:26 – A nice way to put it against the gum is to take a small
07:34 segment of one of the blades of the Aloe, remove the cortex
07:43 the little bark of it from one side and make sure there are
07:47 no thorns projecting from it and then lay that right against
07:52 the gum and then in a few minutes it becomes quite nicely
07:56 soft and molds to the side of the jaw and that makes a
08:02 very nice anti-microbial remedy for a gum boil
08:07 or an abscess tooth. 08:09 – Yeah! -Well I appreciate the opportunity
to come and share 08:13 some of these unusual uses of Aloe Vera
gel. 08:15 – Well thank you so much, I enjoyed
these and I would 08:18 like to try the one with the Aloe Vera
shampoo. 08:21 – Yes! – Thank you!
08:23 Now I would like to show you another remedy and this remedy
08:28 is a heating pad, it’s a very simple one, you could just buy
08:34 these from a pharmacy or a department store,
08:36 and they should be in every home having electricity.
08:41 If you don’t have electricity all is not lost, you can simply
08:45 take a bottle of the appropriate size, fill it with hot water,
08:49 wrap it with a towel and it can be applied in the same way
08:54 to the chest, to the abdomen, to the back, to a knee,
08:57 a foot, and any place where there is pain or discomfort
09:02 it can be nicely used to great advantage it has both immediate
09:07 benefits in pain relief, and it also has long term benefits
09:12 in healing. 09:14 Now I suppose my very favorite remedy
is charcoal 09:18 and I have asked Cal Thrash to join
me for this 09:22 next demonstration which will be of
charcoal remedies. 09:26 – Yes!
09:27 – Cal you have a number of things here I see,
09:30 and I know that you are very familiar with charcoal,
09:34 – Oh yes! – Because you grew up with it.
09:35 – I certainly did, in fact I have some experiences that I
09:38 would like to tell today to our viewers as well.
09:41 Charcoal is an absolutely amazing substance, but it
09:44 doesn’t look like a whole lot when we look at it, it’s just a
09:47 powder and it’s what you expect a black substance,
09:50 and of course what we use is powdered activated charcoal.
09:54 It is quite useful for many external applications and some
09:58 internal ones as well. – Now you said it was activated
09:59 tell us what that means. 10:03 – Activation is a process that charcoal
goes through when it 10:07 still in the kiln the steam is injected
into the environment 10:14 under pressure and at just the right
temperature and the right 10:16 pressure, it actually blows open more
holes little surface 10:20 area in the charcoal. – And these little
surface areas 10:23 are for what purpose?
10:24 – Well that’s to attract poisons to it,
10:28 now I have a graphic that perhaps 10:30 we could show at this time that has
actually a picture 10:34 that the tunneling electronic microscope
took of charcoal 10:38 surface, and you can see the surface
of the carbon there 10:41 under extreme magnification of course,
and see the features 10:46 that charcoal has too.
10:47 – It has little ridges and holes and valleys.
10:50 – Right! – I guess the toxins go in all
10:53 of those little valleys and into those holes and are held there.
10:58 – That’s part of the beauty of charcoal actually, in fact
11:02 one of the uses of charcoal is to take up and draw poisons
11:07 of all types, drugs fit into that category as well
11:11 so they can be taken up, but toxins and…
11:14 – Toxins from germs. – That’s true and in fact
11:16 even bacteria themselves can be actually taken up by charcoal
11:22 some people think though that once the charcoal has actually
11:25 soaked up, if you want to call it these toxins and poisons,
11:28 that it could be squeezed back out again. 11:30 But that is not really what happens
with charcoal. 11:33 charcoal works through the process of
what we call 11:36 adsorption, you notice I said adsorption
and not absorption, 11:40 which is different, it’s actually the
attachment of 11:43 the toxin to the surface of the carbon
itself. 11:47 – So it comes into the charcoal by method
of traction. 11:53 – That’s correct! – Rather than just
being 11:55 absorbed where it’s just like a sponge
it flows into it. 11:59 – That’s right, now the process of taking
the poison back out 12:03 of the charcoal is considerably more
difficult and usually not 12:07 compatible with life, although it’s
true that under certain 12:10 circumstances some of the toxins could
come out 12:12 but those are very unusual circumstances.
12:15 For instance if a person has been given a drug like Morphine
12:18 or something that actually stops the bowel itself
12:22 and a person may have trouble actually eliminating that
12:24 charcoal and it could cause problems. 12:26 Most people don’t have that kind of
a problem 12:28 and if they are generally healthy then
they won’t have 12:31 a problem with eliminating the charcoal
and the toxin 12:35 that it took up.
12:36 – Now you look as if you are going to make a
12:39 charcoal compress. 12:40 – Actually I’m going to show some of
the uses for external 12:43 uses of charcoal, and I have some of
the sizes, 12:47 I will show you some of the sizes of
charcoal that we 12:49 actually carry at our book store at
Uchee Pines, 12:53 and we bottle this up ourselves.
12:54 Now this one is the largest size we have, that is 21/2 lbs.
12:58 size and it’s the easiest probably to use under most
13:02 circumstances for external uses where you need a lot of powder.
13:06 – Such as a brown recluse spider bite. 13:10 – That’s correct.
13:11 – It takes up that toxin right through the skin.
13:13 – And we’ll be talking about some of those uses too
13:16 as we go along here, I won’t be able to show you probably
13:19 that one because that would be quite an intense usage
13:23 of charcoal, but this smaller size is probably the most
13:27 common size, that’s the quart size charcoal, and we have
13:30 that as well. 13:32 These are powders and it’s powdered
activated charcoal, 13:35 and then we have smaller sizes, this
one is a tablet and a 13:41 capsule vege-caps, both of which we
have at our store 13:46 there at Uchee Pines, and we bottle
all of those together. 13:52 – Now would you use charcoal capsules
for it’s external use 13:57 say making a compress?
13:59 – You could of course, but it is considerably more expensive
14:02 to do it that way. 14:04 Probably the best way to use charcoal
the most effectively 14:08 way, the most cost effective way is
to use it as the powder, 14:12 you can use it both internally and externally
in powder form. 14:15 – So if you are traveling you certainly
want to take the 14:16 powder. – You probably want to take
some 14:18 along, now I think it’s entirely possible
that you’d want to have 14:22 capsules and tabs when you go traveling
and in my experience 14:27 actually it seems like the most common
thing that happens 14:31 to you when you are traveling is some
kind of 14:33 gastrointestinal distress.
14:35 – Yes! What can be called Montezuma’s Revenge if you
14:39 are going south of the border. 14:41 – Now I have to say that charcoal is
very effective 14:43 with these types of gastrointestinal
problems, 14:47 and I wouldn’t travel without it, it’s…
14:50 – Yes, I never travel without it, 14:51 it will save your trip sometimes.
14:53 – Absolutely! Now what I would like to demonstrate today is a
14:57 poultice and for that I would like to ask Arianna Hartsfield
15:00 if she would come and we will show you actually the external
15:04 uses here in kind of a small way because obviously it would be
15:11 very difficult to work with charcoal in a large way
15:14 here at this set. 15:15 I want to show you exactly what I mean
by that 15:18 when I add the water to the charcoal
you can immediately 15:23 see that charcoal will begin to powder
out and it’s very 15:30 light, now people have… – Now see
this little dust 15:33 coming up there. – And you don’t want
to stir 15:36 very rapidly, now people have told me
that they have tried to 15:40 mix charcoal in various ways they have
stirred it very 15:43 quickly and tried to get it mixed up
quickly, 15:46 but this is not a quick process at all,
you want to really 15:49 take your time when you are adding the
water and mixing 15:52 the charcoal.
15:53 One person they told me they had a neat experience
15:55 they put this into the blender and put some water in there
15:59 and turned it on and even after they opened up the top
16:02 it was pretty much everywhere all over the kitchen,
16:05 and so it’s something that you want to go very carefully and
16:09 very slowly with, and the mixing process can take a little bit
16:14 of time so don’t rush this process at all.
16:17 But I have mixed some up already for you and you can see from
16:21 this little container here about the consistency that I’ve
16:25 mixed it up, is the consistency of soft melted ice cream here.
16:30 And it does taste wonderful just like that ice cream would
16:34 but this is probably just a little bit thick for the average
16:39 poultice it’s not to bad, but you certainly don’t want to
16:42 scrimp to much on the water when you are using it because
16:45 you do want it to go ahead and soak through the material
16:48 that you are going to put it on and of course this today
16:51 we are going to use a paper towel which is very easy
16:55 to use for the poultice, so we are just going to spoon this
16:59 on to the paper towel material itself and it will begin to come
17:04 through the paper towel as you spoon it on
17:06 and of course you can make it fairly large whatever the sizes
17:10 that you need to be able to take up the surface of the
17:13 problem that you have and we’ll just assume that
17:16 Arianna has a bug bite that she is having some
17:21 little bit of inflammation, maybe a little bit of infection
17:25 there. – There it is right there. 17:26 and you want to try to take all of this
up with the charcoal 17:29 so we are going to put that right on
to the surface of 17:32 the area and cover it well, so that
you make sure you have 17:35 plenty of area covered with the charcoal.
17:38 Don’t scrimp in this area, this is not where you want to
17:41 scrimp at all, you want to make sure you cover plenty of
17:44 area with that charcoal poultice, then we take some
17:47 plastic wrap, the regular good stretchy kind is good,
17:51 and we can cover our charcoal poultice with our stretch wrap
17:57 and of course this is probably way to much for the
18:01 average poultice, but it’s to show you exactly what
18:05 you would want to do. 18:06 You probably could use less, just enough
to cover the 18:10 charcoal poultice itself, and you can
take some tape… 18:13 The best thing actually is to take some
paper tape 18:17 the kind of surgical tape that you find
and actually 18:20 tape the edges around like this, and
of course that keeps 18:25 the charcoal from coming out the side
and it makes it so that 18:30 the person can wear this for quite some
time, 18:33 maybe several hours without having any
problem at all 18:35 with the charcoal leaking out around
the edge. 18:38 – Maybe even wear it over night.
18:40 – It certainly can be worn over night. 18:42 – Or a couple of days if necessary.
18:43 – But depending on what it is this poultice could be used for
18:49 an hour or two, or up to twelve or so hours,
18:54 but you wouldn’t want to keep it on for to terribly long
18:57 because it could begin to cause a little bit of a problem
19:01 being wet there, once the charcoal has pretty much all the
19:05 surface area has been used then it’s taken up whatever
19:09 it needs to, you need to go ahead and take that one off
19:11 and if the problem still exists then you want to do that
19:15 all over again, start with another charcoal poultice
19:18 and continue to do it. 19:19 Now we talked about Brown Recluse spider
bites, 19:21 Brown Recluse spider bites are quite
a problem in that they can 19:26 actually cause a necrosis or death of
the tissue all the way 19:31 down to the bone in a cone shaped area,
and there is no 19:34 real effective way to treat Brown Recluse
spider bites 19:38 except for using charcoal.
19:40 They use steroids and just excision of the tissue
19:43 and so forth, but it can cause a real problem and continue
19:46 to cause problems on through until the person gets
19:51 skin grafts which sometimes will take and sometimes because
19:53 of the inflammation that is involved in this they can
19:56 slough off and cause a problem and be a real tough issue
20:00 in fact it can even cause amputation of certain limbs
20:04 because of the Brown Recluse bite. 20:06 This treatment that we’ve just shown
you of course 20:09 considerably bigger area that you would
want to make your 20:12 charcoal poultice, and you can use a
cotton piece of sheet 20:16 or something that you could put it on
rather than a 20:19 paper towel, if you would like to use
it over it’s something 20:22 that you can do, but certainly with
a Brown Recluse bite 20:25 you want to change that poultice probably
once every couple 20:29 of hours at the very most, maybe even
more often than that, 20:32 to give the opportunity to take up as
much of this poison 20:36 as possible and take it away so that
it is not something 20:40 that the body has to deal with and the
body can focus on 20:44 healing the Brown Recluse bite rather
than… 20:46 – I remember a patient that you had
one time who had a 20:50 Brown Recluse spider bite on the leg
and it was a week 20:56 or so before the patient came for the
poultice and yet it was 21:04 healed but it took quite awhile, it
took what was it 21:07 5 or 6 weeks? – It took well over a
month 21:10 in fact it was more like about 3 months
that the person was 21:14 dealing with this problem.
21:15 So the faster that you can actually get the poultice
21:18 the charcoal to the site of the bite, the better,
21:22 and that of course includes bee stings or anything else
21:24 that a person is having any kind of reaction to.
21:26 – Very good, how about a snake bite, would you use it for
21:29 a snake bite? 21:30 I wouldn’t hesitate to use it for a
snake bite, 21:32 I have never had the opportunity to
actually 21:34 do that and so, I’m not really certain
the procedure other than 21:38 just simply using as much charcoal as
is possible, 21:42 I think I would also use it internally
as well as externally 21:45 in that type of instance.
21:46 – Yes, I’m sure I would too but I still think that the
21:50 anti-venom might be the good route to go,
21:53 maybe using both the charcoal for the first aid and
21:56 the anti-venom at a later time. 21:59 – That’s correct, now we have one other
graphic that we want 22:01 to show you and that’s a picture of
a young fellow that is in a 22:05 bathtub that has charcoal in it.
22:08 Now what was happening here was the individual involved
22:12 had the chicken pox and you just draw a bath full of water
22:16 and put some charcoal in it and you don’t have to necessarily
22:20 put a certain amount, but a cup or two in the bath,
22:25 it helps to bring about the relief from the itching,
22:28 and the little boy there was saying, “it doesn’t itch
22:30 any more” after only a minute of being in the charcoal bath.
22:33 – It certainly looks messy. – It is quite messy, and it’s
22:36 not something that you would want to do every single day,
22:38 but I can tell you this that if a person did have a
22:41 snake bite or something that was a serious problem,
22:44 I certainly wouldn’t hesitate to put their whole affected area
22:48 if it was their arm or leg, most of these snake bites are
22:50 around the leg area where the snake has actually gotten
22:53 the person as they walk along. 22:54 I wouldn’t hesitate to put that whole
limb right into 22:58 a bucket or even put them in the bath
tub full of charcoal 23:01 because that certainly would give the
opportunity 23:04 for as much skin area as possible to
take that toxin 23:07 right out of the body.
23:08 – Now I know of three instances where really serious snake bites
23:12 have been treated with charcoal in field situations
23:15 and so I wouldn’t hesitate to do it, and to rely on it
23:19 in a field situation. But if I had the anti-venom
23:23 I think I would probably not have the courage to just use
23:27 the charcoal alone. 23:28 – I’m not sure I would either but certainly
it has been 23:30 used effectively in stories that I’ve
heard, especially with 23:34 animals where an animal was treated
that way and 23:36 seemed to be just fine the next day
so I’m not sure 23:40 that it’s not effective but like you
I’m not certain that I 23:43 would rely only on that one.
23:46 – Well thank you so much I appreciate this very nice
23:49 discussion of charcoal. 23:53 Now there are so many other remedies
that you can use 23:57 and maybe I will ask Dr. Don Miller
to come next 24:03 and show you some remedies and what
have you here Dr. Miller? 24:09 You always have nice things that you
talk about. 24:13 – Well, I travel around a lot but you
know I was just thinking 24:15 as I was listening to Rhonda and Cal’s
presentation 24:18 Cleopatra used Aloe Vera for her youth
and she needed 24:21 some of Cal’s charcoal for her Asp bite
there at the end. 24:25 – Oh! That’s right, history would have
been changed. 24:29 – Maybe! You know I travel a lot and
here are some 24:34 charcoal tablets I bought in Ukraine.
24:36 – Oh yes! Ok I feel them in there. 24:39 – Where ever you go, it’s amazing how
other countries 24:42 have a lot more of the simple remedies
and charcoal is very 24:46 easy to find, especially in Eastern
Europe and 24:49 other countries, but what I wanted to
show you was 24:53 my little travel kit, I basically have
a mind towards 24:56 travel because when we travel we have
to have it, 24:58 and that’s why these come in so handy
it’s hard to mix a 25:01 charcoal poultice or a charcoal slurry
when you are 25:04 36,000 feet and making a mess all over
the place. 25:07 So a few tablets in the mouth chewed
up, and you have to, 25:10 I like to chew them up because the more
you break them down 25:14 the more they get to work.
25:16 – And then if you got anything in the mouth it helps with that.
25:18 – Absolutely! – Bad breath to gum boils. 25:21 – May sort of freak the stewardess out
when she sees 25:23 all the black in your teeth. – It’s
also for a sore throat. 25:26 – It’s good for whitening the teeth
if you can get it off the 25:28 teeth, which you do with a toothbrush.
25:29 My goal when I travel is not to get sick in the first place
25:36 and charcoal is great to sit there and take care of that,
25:38 Montezuma’s Revenge, but why not try to prevent Montezuma’s
25:42 Revenge in the very first place. 25:44 Having been in the Marine Corp for 14
years maybe Montezuma’s 25:47 a little bit more aiming at me, so I
carry little things called 25:50 Wet Ones, there are various different
types, this is a 25:53 Wet One. – One of the best ways to avoid
25:55 a cold, keep your hands clean. 25:57 You touch your eyes, and your nose,
and your mouth you 26:00 won’t be transferring germs.
26:02 – These are some I bought in Ukraine although they are
26:05 in English, but I bought those in Ukraine. 26:08 I use this for many many different things,
if you are 26:11 traveling and you are in a situation
where you use the 26:14 toilet and maybe the toilet paper is
not adequate or 26:18 whatever else, these are very nice,
very soothing, 26:21 cleaning your hands after anything that
you do. 26:24 Before you eat, sometimes I even wipe
my food down with it 26:27 you may catch a little bit of what is
on the cloth but 26:30 I would rather have a little bit of
that chemical 26:32 than whatever that virus or bacteria
or whatever else 26:36 might kill me.
26:37 I carry, these are very nice I took a bunch of these one time
26:44 down to Africa for my students and I kept one set for myself
26:47 this is a pair of tweezers with a magnifying glass attached
26:51 to it for when you get those splinters or other things that
26:56 might be giving you problems that way you don’t have to try
26:59 to hold a magnifying glass, you just got it all right there
27:03 and you can pick out your splinter or thorn or
27:08 whatever else it might be, very nice with the magnifying glass
27:14 and so I like to carry a piece of equipment like that.
27:17 When I’m traveling you know we talk about the laws of health
27:20 how important sleep is and sometimes it’s hard to get
27:23 a good night’s rest, or a good flight rest and so I like
27:27 to carry with me some earplugs, keep them around my neck
27:32 they are always there, I like this type because if one falls
27:35 out it’s not going to fall on the floor and I can’t find it
27:37 and so these are very nice mosquito protectors to you
27:40 can’t hear the little fellow. 27:42 – Very good! Well thank you Dr. Miller
I appreciate your 27:45 showing us your kit, and with these
simple things 27:49 we hope that you will live much more
successfully 27:52 in this diseased world.

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    what about mixing the charcoal with urine for external use?

  • Rachel C. says:

    Keeping everything simple, and having persistence is the “secret” that many of these cures rely upon. If you stick with what works, it would be very difficult to not get rid of shingles within 3 days days. There’s one particular method I googled, in Kaena Ramingler’s website, if I remember correctly, that explains it all.

  • vera dugom rivera says:

    🕊💯 it's a journey to health like no other; May God shining light guide you through all the ways🕊💯🙏🏻
    for you guiding us through for better health and healings all The Ways;
    it is a truly piece of heaven😇
    may God bless you all for all that good that you do for us 🤗

  • vera dugom rivera says:

    may you rest in peace dr Agatha Thrash 🕊🙏🏻

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