"Put your money where your mouth is."
Someone once said that to me and I'm not sure what they meant. Is it, "Do the things you talk about?" OK..... I do.
This is another one of those unpopular posts about healing with herbs. I realize most people
prefer to take a chemical pill and I'm always
yapp'n about herbs.
In an old book I found a recipe for liver cleanse
from 1802 by a Swiss doctor. I used it last month and had marvelous results. The four herbs are
Angelica, Dandelion root, Gentian root and Wormwood. I sat and looked at the recipe for at least a year because modern herbals give Angelica credit to being a very dangerous herb. Phooey, probably not as dangerous as swallowing a prescription pill.
I do not recommend this to anyone unless they live their life by herbs. Terry, at My Journey With Candida, went on this cleanse with me (again) this past weekend. She is posting on it too and you can get a different angle from her. What a find when I first came upon her blog. It's exciting and comforting to share health experiences and I found a beautiful friend.
Another natural healing tid-bit. Essiac tea or Herbal Extract prevents and cures most cancers. Of course, not sold in the US (although you can purchase the individual herbs and brew it yourself) so I order mine from Canada.
I have a spot of skin cancer on my face, which is no surprise, because I'm in the sun all summer. It's been there for a couple of years but lately turned aggressive. I began taking Essiac six weeks ago and already the area has shrunk to half the size. Main herbs are Burdock, Sheep Sorrel, Slippery Elm, and Indian Rhubarb.
Another proven herbal cure for skin cancer is "Black Salve" made from the plant, "Blood Root."
I bought some and at first was going to use that but the area is close to my eye. Blood Root will pull out the whole cancer within a few days but I prefer not to use it on my face.
Another Happy Monday, Dear Bloggie Friends.