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INFECTIOUS SUPPURATION OF THE EYES AND MOUTH 2

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

As a rule, such infections are simple enough to deal with if the body is given the right kind of help, for nature cures if we support it in its performance. It is better to take no action than to give the wrong treatment. The usual attempts to suppress the symptoms in order to destroy the germs with drugs actually undermine the body’s natural powers of resistance. The same foolishness is shown by those who treat plant diseases and pests. They expect to get rid of them by spraying the plants with poisonous chemicals, but succeed only in weakening or killing the plants’ own natural defence mechanism. So they are forced to increase and intensify their spray programmes. Similarly, some doctors have to prescribe more and stronger drugs because the body’s natural healing powers have been weakened or even destroyed. But we must remember that man is not the healer – it is nature that really performs the cure. All we ourselves can do is support the wonderful, natural self-healing powers of the body. Let us hope that this basic truth becomes once again more widely recognised and appreciated.
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INFECTIOUS SUPPURATION OF THE EYES AND MOUTH

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

Infectious eye and mouth suppuration (discharging of pus or festerĀ­ing) can be cured in a short time if you follow the nature treatment described in the following letter I received from a mother.

‘Our little boy is much better now. The pus in his eyes and mouth stopped within about five days after we began to use your remedies. The child looked pitiful, but now he is romping around happily again. Our treatment was as follows: before meals we gave him Solidago (goldenrod) and a cod-liver oil preparation, as well as an easily assimilated calcium preparation {Urticalcin). After meals he took Hepar sulph. 4x and Lachesis 12x. The eyes were bathed twice daily with diluted Aesculaforce. Twice a day we put an onion poultice on his neck. Improvement of his condition was soon noticeable. We put St John’s wort oil on his sore lips and dusted them with Urticalcin powder. During the day we gave him fruit juice and horsetail tea to drink. Several times we prepared white clay packs made with horsetail tea, mixed with a few drops of St John’s wort oil, and applied these to his eyes. We are indeed thankful and happy that this dangerous infection has now gone, but we continue to give the child Solidago, cod-liver oil preparation and the easily assimilated calcium.’
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