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Home Remedies


The Contrast Bath

 

The contrast bath consists of immersing a body part alternately in hot and cold water. (The hot and cold water may be applied with wash cloths to body areas that cannot be easily immersed in water.) This treatment may be combined with the application of a poultice or a heating compress.   Read More >>

The Contrast Bath

The Hot Foot Bath

 

The hot foot bath consists of placing the feet in hot water deep enough to completely cover the ankles. It may be used alone or combined with another treatment such as fomentations or the heating compress. This treatment can be used for a variety of ailments, from headaches to stomach aches.  Read More >>

The Hot Foot Bath

Fomentations

 

A fomentation is the application of a hot, wet cloth or towel to a body part. Fomentations are highly effective; they can be used to treat a variety of diseases. Each hot application is usually followed by a brief, cold application to the treated body part. (The cold may be omitted when treating pleurisy, kidney stones, and painful menstruation.) Fomentations benefit the body in the following ways:   Read More >>

Fomentations

The Heating Compress

 

The use of a heating compress involves the application of a cold, wet cloth--covered by a dry cloth--to a body part, which heats up the treated area. The compress consists of two parts: [1] a wet inner cotton flannel cloth or other loosely woven material of one or two thicknesses and [2] a dry outer wool cloth or other tightly woven material. . .  Read More >>

The Heating Compress

Charcoal

 

Charcoal or charred wood is formed when wood is heated in the absence of air. Charcoal has the unique ability to adsorb or remove poisonous gases, drugs, toxic chemicals, infectious bacteria, and viruses. A good quality of charcoal can be made from coconut shells and any wood such as eucalyptus, willow, pine, and oak. Charcoal can be easily made at home.  Read More >>

Charcoal

The Medical Properties of Clay

 

In this modern age, many are becoming familiar with the healing properties of various foods, herbs, water, fresh air, exercise, sunshine, temperance, and trust in God, but as yet, very few know about the wonders of the earth itself. Since the miracle of clay is a healing phenomenon, relatively unknown, it seems indispensable to begin with a few words about the properties of the clay and it uses.  Read More >>

The Medical Properties of Clay