Topics

  • Overview
  • Part 1
  • Part 2
  • Where and when and registration

 

 

Natural Remedies and Emergency Care

 

Overview

This presentation is designed to revive nearly forgotten remedies that were used by both common people and doctors before there were many hospitals. They were effective, economical, practical, and easy. They did not injure the body in any way. They only helped the body heal naturally.  

Forgotten remedies were made from common materials, so people often did not need to venture beyond their home to find relief. What do you do when the pharmacy is closed or the doctor cannot see you?

Part One

When we rely on help from others, it can steal precious time. Being proactive vs. reactive can make all the difference. Learn when and how to use the lowly potato, onion, cayenne pepper, castor oil, charcoal, water, O2, ginger, garlic and more to relieve suffering or save a life.

The following is a short list of demonstrations: lung, ear and throat infection, bee stings and snake bites, eye health, making flu and cough syrup, open wound treatment, increase oxygen in the environment and more...

Some Specifics

Part Two

Keep posted for more detail

Demonstrations Include

  • How to make colloidal silver, its benefits and uses
  • How to make a tincture and extract it without destroying its properties
  • How to make a better Vitamin D
  • More on Hydrotherapy and its many benefits
  • Healing with essential oil of turpentine
  • The best way to free your food of pesticides, insecticides, wax, benzene, parasites and bacteria

Where, When and Registration

Part 2
August 8th at the Tompkins County Public Library.
Tuesday 5:30-7:30 pm.
Pre-register with Teresa at tvadakin@tcpl.org.