Hi there fellow ATS health and wellness people,
I'm been getting into this of late and presently have three large glass jars of "brewing" medicine, and I was wondering if anyone else around here has
done or is doing the same kind of thing and might have some tricks, tips or hacks that could be helpful, or, if anyone might have any questions who're
curious about what I'm up to.
I should point out that the end product in this process isn't for internal consumption, but will form the basis of a type of ointment or salve to be
absorbed through the skin.
So far I've all but eliminated my type II diabetes and am naturally returning to my normal body weight. I also look at least 10 years younger from
when I first started using it.
In my experience, it's absolutely wonderful if not divine (like a gift from God) in terms of the array of things that it can do to promote optimal
health and wellness and to eliminate almost any illness or condition.
The first thing I did in this process was to make a list of known medicinal herbs, roots, and spices and flowers, while making a notes of any
potential areas of concern ie: don't use chilli peppers, which although they have medicinal properties, are going to seriously agitate any skin
lesions. There are also a few of these plants that can cause an allergic reaction among a small percentage of the population, so if I were ever
sharing it with anyone, I will inquire as to whether they have allergies and to do a little test to see if there's any negative reaction. In other
words, safety is also a primary consideration where "do no harm" must be the motto.
On that note, it's interesting that the father of medicine, Hippocrates (460bce - 375bce), did himself use an oil infused salve or ointment which he
administered to his clients/patients via message therapy. It should be pointed out that the very best understanding and context of these traditions is
that of preventative medicine as much or even moreso than treating any particular ailment or condition.
From what I've been able to gather, what I'm doing is in alignment, and very likely a marked improvement (they didn't have access to what we do today)
in the spirit of the best of the ancient medical traditions from Ancient Greece, to India, China, Persia and Egypt, Native Peoples, etc.
I may provide a partial list at some point of the medicinal plant ingredients I'm making use of (about 65 of them to date), which I order from a
highly reputable supplier in California who've been doing it since the mid '70's and who have a giant warehouse of these plants which come from all
over the world.
I even had a whole Red Reishi mushroom floating at the top of each jar, having bought a pound for close to 50.00 (four mushrooms).
Your ideas and questions are welcome, but if you're a pharmaceutical advocate with a desire to simply trash what I'm setting out to do saying that I'm
going to kill myself or others with this diluted infusion of all-natural, organic, medicinal herbs, roots, and spices, along with medicinal
therapeutic grade essential oils and high end carrier oils, please don't bother. As I said, I'm paying close attention to safety and possible side
effects, while testing it on myself.
I think I will draw the line at making use of medicinal barks, however (very powerful and can become toxic), and if I were to make use of them, I'd
place them in a cheesecloth bag and only leave in for a short duration.
I also have a plan in place to eliminate and neutralize any toxins that could develop.
Is anyone else around here into this or doing something similar? Just curious.
Also, if you have any questions, fire away, but please, keep it civil. Thank you.
edit on 24-9-2017 by AnkhMorpork because: (no reason given)