We’ve covered a few cures so far in the AMCC blog: fruit cure for the liver, cures of spirulina and even the smiling cure. Now in honor of our September theme : “Wood” (I came up with that), we’re going to talk about the (Plant) Charcoal Cure. It is taken from our Health Education course #231 where a lot of cures are discussed (not the smiling cure though).
What Does A Charcoal Cure Do?
So the charcoal comes from the wood (willow, birch or other) that’s being combusted slowly in order to give a substance with many therapeutic advantages:
- and absorbant. Meaning that if you made a mess in your body, the charcoal will soak it up: even medicine. Your doctor won’t be happy if you have a charcoal cure with the prescription drugs he’s giving you – the coal will take them!
It seems that way back in the times of the Egyptians, and also with Hippocrates, they were aware of the virtues of plant coal.
A few numbers:
- the total surface of 1cm3 of finely activated charcoal is actually 1km2.
- It is almost exclusively made up of pure carbon, and may absorb 178 times its own volume in ammonia.
40 times more absorbent than clay
How to Do the Cure?
You can use this substance in these forms: powder or activated charcoal capsules or tablets. It is recommended to avoid brands of charcoal that has been sterilized or neutralized using gamma rays. I’m not sure why but it sounds like it would make sense.
Progress of the cure: Take 1 to 2 spoonfuls of activated plant charcoal (or 2 to 4 tablets, or 3 to 6 capsules). How do you activate them? Turn on the switch!
How often? two to three times per day with a beverage. According to subjects, charcoal slightly hastens or slows down intestinal transit. But no worries, we’ve got a cure for that too! Should diarrhea occur, take with half a spoonful of powdered clay each time.
Should constipation occur, take with 2 to 4 spoonfuls of Psyllium seeds (fleawort).
See, either way you’re covered.
Plant charcoal, the most powerful known universal purifier, is not a drug, medication or food. Nothing seems to resist charcoal therapy: gas, detergents, alkaloids, solvents, residues from intestinal fermentation and putrescence, toxins from bacteria and parasites, synthetic chemical molecules, heavy metals, alcohol, arsenic, drugs, additives, venom, Alfa toxins, products resulting from food poisoning, putrid infection…
Careful! As we mentioned, it interacts with medications, including birth control pills! Also, it could be that your stools will have a different color for a while. But then again you could try the spirulina cure to get a more greenish version.
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