HERBAL INHALANT

Inhalants are used primarily for loosening and breaking up hardened mucus within the bronchi and lungs. They are also used to stop the lungs and bronchi from going into a spasm, yet they do NOT stop the expectoration of mucus, unlike chemical inhalers.

Chemical inhalers can lead to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (C.O.P.D.) and cancer. Inhalants are simple to use and make. The most popular are tea inhalants.

Herbs like pleurisy root, mullein leaf, fenugreek, eucalyptus, and coltsfoot can be boiled like a tea: 1 teaspoon of herb per cup of spring or distilled water (add a little extra water to allow for evaporation). You can also use the 3-Lung Tea.

How to Make an Inhalant Tea:
1. Place one teaspoon of each herb 3½ cups of spring/distilled water and bring to a boil. More water can be added to allow for evaporation. 2. Let your tea simmer (low heat) for 3 to 5 minutes so the herb will still disperse into the water. This will also allow the steam to rise from your mixture. Take the pot off the stove and put it on a trivet on your kitchen table. 3. Place your head over the pan (not too close as steam can burn!), then cover your head and pan with a towel. 4. Breathe deeply. Alternate breathing through the mouth and nose.

Notes:  You can add lobelia for an antispasmodic effect, if you wish.  A castor oil pack with a pinch of cayenne pepper can be applied over the chest area if you wish. This is extremely beneficial at helping to clean out the lungs.  You may also add lung formulas to the castor oil packs. Taking a lung tincture internally is also advised.  Oils, such as eucalyptus, peppermint, spearmint, and the like may be added to a steam inhale or castor oil pack (but not a spray inhalant as oils can cause damage to the mucus membranes when applied directly).

Thanks to Grape Gate and Dr. Robert Morse

This is not medical advice and is for information purposes only.

EYE WASH – How To

Instructions for preparing and doing an eyewash using Dr. Robert Morse’s Eye Wash

 

Preparing the Eyewash:
1. Simmer water, but do not bring to the boiling point (if water does reach the boiling point, allow it to cool for a few minutes before adding herbs). 2. Pour about ¼ cup into a glass cup or mug. 3. Add a dropperful of Dr. Morse’s Eye Wash formula and let cool. 4. Pour into eyecup and use as a rinse throughout the day. 5.

This portion will give you approximately 4-5 rinses per day. Make a fresh batch each morning. For Smaller Amounts: Add 6-12 drops to 2 oz. of hot (not boiling) water.

To Rinse Eyes:
1. Pour the prepared eyewash mixture into your eyecup. Lean your head forward and place edge of cup against top and bottom eyelid, covering eye socket and creating a tight seal. 2. Holding eyecup in place, tilt head back and allow liquid to settle over eye. 3. With liquid solution covering eye, roll your eye around in the socket, allowing solution to thoroughly saturate your eyeball. 4. Lean forward and remove eyecup. Discard solution and rinse cup. Add new solution and repeat with other eye. 5. For a quicker rinse of both eyes at once, place a pair of swim goggles on a table and fill each goggle with eyewash solution. Press face onto goggles, and once a tight seal has been created tip head back, holding goggles in place.

Thanks to the Dr. Robert Morse Clinic

Gua Sha Skin Cleanse

Gua Sha is an inexpensive but effective way of opening up the pores of the skin to draw out toxicity and debris from the epidermis and dermis layers of the skin. This greatly assists the skin in its role of elimination. This body scrub is especially recommend for people with scurf rims (i.e. skin rings; a sometimes thick, black ring circling the periphery of the iris) and weak thyroid glands inhibiting their ability to produce sweating.
Although there are many variances of ingredients used, the two primary ingredients utilized are triple distilled vodka and baking soda. And these two basic ingredients easily suffice.
1) Mix the alcohol with baking soda until you achieve a paste consistency.
2) Optionally add a few drops of essential oil (e.g. sweet orange, red mandarin, clary sage, etc.).
3) Get in the shower and rinse yourself off for a minute or so, then turn off the shower.
4) Now apply and scrub the mixture all over your body (you can use a skin brush, bath mitt, or loofah).
5) When you’re done, get back in the shower and rinse off.
6) Optional: after the scrub, it is highly recommend getting out in the sun for 20 to 45 minutes, depending on how much you can tolerate.
As a general rule of thumb, you may do this body scrub once per day.

Thanks to Grape Gate.