Salt dressings heal even cancer
This story was found in an old newspaper. We are talking about the amazing healing properties of salt, which was used during the Second World War to treat wounded soldiers.
Epsom salt (magnesia) almost also works in compresses, sometimes with mastopathy, bruises. More salt baths, rinsing the nose, wiping the face with saline solution from wrinkles, rinsing the sinuses ... This is all checked and works!
This recipe was published in the Healthy Lifestyles in 2002. Unfortunately, it is not just forgotten, but specially erased from memory and discredited by pharmaceutical companies in the pursuit of profit.
Writes a nurse directly involved in the hostilities
During World War II, I worked as a senior operating sister in field hospitals with a surgeon I. I. Shcheglov. Unlike other doctors, he successfully used hypertonic saline solution in the treatment of wounded.
On the vast surface of the contaminated wound, he applied a large, napkin, loose, copiously moistened with saline solution. After 3-4 days, the wound became clean, pink, the temperature, if it was high, dropped to almost normal levels, after which a plaster cast was applied. After 3-4 days, the wounded were sent to the rear. The hypertonic solution worked perfectly - we had almost no mortality. About 10 years after the war, I used the Shcheglov method to treat my own teeth, as well as caries complicated by granuloma. Good luck came in two weeks.
After that, I began to study the effect of saline on diseases such as cholecystitis, nephritis, chronic appendicitis, rheumatic heart disease, inflammatory processes in the lungs, joint rheumatism, osteomyelitis, abscesses after injection, and so on. In principle, these were isolated cases, but each time I got positive results. Later, I worked in a clinic and could talk about a number of rather difficult cases when a dressing with saline was more effective than all other medicines. We were able to cure hematomas, bursitis, chronic appendicitis.
The fact is that the saline solution has absorbing properties and draws fluid with pathogenic flora from the tissue.
Once during a business trip to the area, I stopped at an apartment. The hostess's children suffered from whooping cough. They coughed incessantly and painfully. I put salt bandages on their backs for the night. After an hour and a half, the cough stopped and did not appear until the morning. After four dressings, the disease disappeared without a trace.
One day, a surgeon suggested that I try saline in the treatment of tumors. The first such patient was a woman with a cancerous mole on her face. She drew attention to this mole six months ago. During this time, the mole turned red, increased in volume, a gray-brown liquid stood out from it. I began to make her salt stickers. After the first sticker, the tumor turned pale and decreased. After the second, it turned even paler and seemed to shrink. Allocations have stopped. And after the fourth sticker, the mole acquired its original appearance. With the fifth sticker, the treatment ended without surgery.
Then there was a young girl with breast adenoma. She had an operation. I advised the patient to do saline dressings on the chest for several weeks before surgery. Imagine the operation was not required. Six months later, she also developed an adenoma on the second breast. And again she was cured by hypertonic dressings without surgery. I met her nine years after treatment. She felt well and did not even remember her illness.
I could continue to continue the stories of miraculous cure with the help of dressings with hypertonic solution. I could talk about a teacher at one of the Kursk institutes who, after nine salt pads, got rid of prostate adenoma.
A woman who suffered from bleeding after putting on salt bandages at night — a blouse and trousers for three weeks — regained her health. And there are many similar cases.
The practice of using salt dressings
1. Table salt in an aqueous solution of not more than 10 percent is an active sorbent. She draws all impurities out of a diseased organ. But the therapeutic effect will be only if the dressing is breathable, that is, hygroscopic, which is determined by the quality of the material used for the dressing.
2. A salt dressing acts locally - only on a diseased organ or on a part of the body. As fluid is absorbed from the subcutaneous layer, tissue fluid rises from the deeper layers, dragging along all pathogenic principles: microbes, viruses, and organic substances. Thus, during the operation of the dressing in the tissues of the diseased organism, the fluid renews, cleanses of the pathogenic factor and, as a rule, eliminates the pathological process.
3. The dressing with hypertonic solution of sodium chloride acts gradually. The therapeutic result is achieved within 7-10 days, and sometimes more.
4. The use of sodium chloride solution requires some caution. Say, I would not recommend using a bandage with a concentration solution of more than 10 percent. In some cases, even an 8 percent solution is better.
The question arises: where are the doctors looking, if the dressing with hypertonic solution is so effective, why is this treatment method not widely used? Everything is very simple - doctors are in captivity of drug treatment ...
Pharmaceutical companies offer more and more new and more expensive drugs. Unfortunately, medicine is also a business. The trouble with hypertonic solution is that it is too simple and cheap. Meanwhile, life convinces me that such dressings are an excellent tool in the fight against many ailments.
With a runny nose and headaches, I apply a circular bandage to my forehead and neck at night. After an hour and a half, a runny nose passes, and by morning the headache disappears. For any colds, I apply dressings at the first sign. And if I still missed time and the infection managed to get into the throat and bronchi, then I do a complete bandage on the head and neck (from 3-4 layers of a soft thin cloth) and on the back (from 2 layers of a wet and 2 layers of a dry towel) usually all night long. The cure is achieved after 4-5 procedures. However, I continue to work.
A relative came to me a few years ago. Her daughter suffered from acute bouts of cholecystitis. For a week, I applied a cotton towel to her - a bandage on a diseased liver. She put it in 4 layers, moistened it in saline and left it overnight. A bandage on the liver is applied within the boundaries: from the base of the left breast to the middle of the transverse line of the abdomen, and in width - from the sternum and white line of the abdomen in front to the spine in the back.
Bandage tightly with one wide bandage, tighter - on the stomach. After 10 hours, the bandage is removed and a hot water heater is applied to the same area for half an hour. This is done in order to expand the bile ducts as a result of deep warming so that the dehydrated and thickened bile mass can pass freely into the intestine. A heating pad is required in this case.
If you want - believe it or not - but a 4-layer salt towel made from a cotton towel, applied to both breasts for 8-9 hours at night, helped the woman get rid of breast cancer in two weeks.
My friend, with the help of salt swabs, applied directly to the cervix for 15 hours, dealt with cervical cancer. After 2 weeks of treatment, the tumor was thinned 2-3 times, it became softer, its growth stopped. So she has remained so far.
Saline solution can be used only in a dressing, but in no case in a compress.
The salt concentration in the solution should not exceed 10%, but also not fall below 8%.
A dressing with a solution of a higher concentration can lead to the destruction of capillaries in the tissues, in the area of application. The choice of material for the dressing is very important. It must be hygroscopic. That is, we easily get wet without any residues of fat, ointments, alcohol, iodine. They are also unacceptable on the skin on which it is applied.
It is best to use linen and cotton cloth (towel), repeatedly used and not once washed. Ultimately, you can use gauze. It folds into 8 layers. Any other of the specified materials - in 4 layers. When applying a bandage, the solution should be hot enough.
The dressing should be squeezed medium so that it is not very dry and not very wet. Do not apply anything to the bandage. To bandage it with a bandage or to attach with a band-aid - that’s all.
With various pulmonary processes (excluded with bleeding from the lungs), a bandage is best applied to the back, but you must know the localization of the process. Bandage the chest tightly enough, but do not squeeze the breath.
Bandage the belly as tight as possible, because during the night it is released, the bandage becomes free and ceases to act. In the morning, after removing the bandage, the material should be rinsed well in warm water. To make the bandage fit better on the back, I put a roller between the shoulder blades on the damp layers between the shoulder blades and bandage it with the bandage.
That, in fact, is all that I would like to share. If you are unable to solve the problem in medical facilities, try using saline dressings. This method is not at all a sensation. He was simply well forgotten.
How to prepare a 10% saline solution?
Here is the recipe description:
- Take 1 liter of boiled, snow or rain or distilled warm water.
- Put 90 g of table salt in 1 liter of water (i.e. 3 tablespoons without top). Stir well. The result was a 9 percent saline solution.
- Take 8 layers of gauze, pour part of the solution and hold in it 1 minute 8 layers of gauze. Squeeze lightly so that it does not flow.
- Put 8 layers of gauze on a sore spot. Be sure to put a piece of pure lamb wool on top. Do it before bedtime.
- Band everything with a cotton cloth or bandage without using polyethylene pads. Keep until the morning. In the morning, remove everything. And the next night, repeat everything.
- internal hemorrhages,
- severe internal and external bruises,
- internal tumors and gangrene,
- sprain, inflammation of the joint bags and other inflammatory processes in the body.
Using this recipe, several of my friends saved themselves from internal hemorrhage, severe bruising, inflammatory processes in the knee joint bag, blood poisoning, death from hemorrhage in the leg with a deep knife wound, catarrh of the neck muscles ...
I would like the nurse, who sent this recipe to the newspaper, and the professor who treated the soldiers at the front in this way, to live for a long, long time. I bow to them. And I want this many-many people in dire need of this difficult time to take advantage of this recipe when pensioners cannot afford expensive medical services.