Salt dressings heal even cancer
This story was found in an old newspaper. It is about the amazing healing properties of salt, which was used during the Second World War to treat wounded soldiers.
English salt (magnesia) also works in compresses, sometimes with mastopathy, bruises. More salt baths, washing the nose, wiping saline from the face from wrinkles, washing the sinuses ... This is all tested and works!
This recipe was published in a healthy lifestyle in 2002. Unfortunately, it is not just forgotten, but specifically erased from memory and discredited by pharmaceutical companies in the pursuit of profit.
Writes a nurse directly involved in the fighting
During World War II, I worked as a senior operating sister in field hospitals with the surgeon I. I. Shcheglov. Unlike other doctors, he successfully used hypertonic sodium chloride solution in the treatment of injured people.
On the vast surface of the contaminated wound, he applied a large napkin, loosely, richly moistened with saline solution. After 3-4 days the wound became clear, pink, the temperature, if it was high, fell almost to 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, articular rheumatism, osteomyelitis, abscesses after injection, and so on. In principle, these were individual cases, but each time I received positive results. Later, I worked at the clinic and could tell you about a number of rather difficult cases when a saline dressing turned out to be more effective than all other medications. We managed to cure hematomas, bursitis, chronic appendicitis.
The fact is that the saline solution has absorbing properties and draws out fluid from the tissue with pathogenic flora.
Once during a business trip to the area I stayed at the apartment. The children of the hostess had whooping cough. They continuously and painfully cough. I put salt dressings 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 a saline solution in treating tumors. The first such patient was a woman with a cancer mole on her face. She paid attention to this mole six months ago. During this time, the birthmark turned red, increased in volume, a gray-brown liquid was extracted from it. I began to make her salt stickers. After the first sticker, the tumor turned pale and diminished. After the second, she became even more pale and shrunk. Allocations 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 before surgery to do a saline bandage on his chest for several weeks. Imagine the operation was not required. Six months later, she also had an adenoma on the second breast. And again she was cured with hypertensive dressings without surgery. I met her nine years after treatment. She felt good and did not even remember her illness.
I could continue to continue the history of miraculous healing with the help of dressings with hypertonic solution. Could tell about the teacher of one of the Kursk institutes, who after nine salt pads got rid of prostate adenoma.
A woman who suffered from leukemia, after putting on salt dressings for the night - a blouse and pants for three weeks, regained her health. And there are many such cases.
The practice of applying salt dressings
1. Table salt in an aqueous solution of not more than 10 percent is an active sorbent. She pulls out all the impurities from the diseased organ. But the therapeutic effect will be only if the bandage is breathable, that is, it is hygroscopic, which is determined by the quality of the material used for dressing.
2. Salt dressing acts locally - only on the diseased organ or part of the body. As fluid is absorbed from the subcutaneous layer, tissue fluid from the deeper layers rises into it, entraining all the disease-causing principles: microbes, viruses, and organic substances. Thus, during the action of the bandage in the tissues of the patient's body, the fluid is updated, cleared of the pathogenic factor and, as a rule, the elimination of the pathological process.
3. The dressing with a hypertonic solution of table salt acts gradually. The therapeutic result is achieved within 7-10 days, and sometimes more.
4. The use of a salt solution requires some caution. For example, I would not advise applying a dressing with a solution concentration of more than 10 percent. In some cases, even an 8 percent solution is better.
The question arises: where do the doctors look, if the dressing with the hypertonic solution is so effective, why this method of treatment is not widely used? It's very simple - the doctors are in the thrall of drug treatment ...
Pharmaceutical companies offer more and more new and more expensive drugs. Unfortunately, medicine is also a business. The trouble with a hypertonic solution is that it is too simple and cheap. Meanwhile, life convinces me that such bandages are a great tool in the fight against many ailments.
With a cold and headaches, I put a circular bandage on the forehead and the back of the head for the night. After an hour and a half, a runny nose goes away, and by the morning the headache disappears. For any colds, I apply bandages at the first signs. And if I still missed time and the infection managed to penetrate into the throat and bronchi, then I do a full bandage on my head and neck (from 3-4 layers of soft thin cloth) and on my back (from 2 layers of wet and 2 layers of dry towels), usually on all night long. The cure is achieved after 4-5 procedures. At the same time I continue to work.
A few years ago a relative approached me. Her daughter suffered from acute bouts of cholecystitis. For a week, I applied a cotton towel to her — a bandage on a sore liver. Put it in 4 layers, soaked in saline and left overnight. The bandage on the liver is applied within the boundaries: from the base of the left mammary gland to the middle of the transverse line of the abdomen, and in width from the sternum and the white line of the abdomen from the front to the spine behind.
Bandage tightly with one wide bandage, tighter - on the stomach. After 10 hours, the bandage is removed and a hot-water bottle 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 for free passage of the dehydrated and clotted bile mass into the intestines. Hot water bottle in this case is required.
Believe it or not, but a 4-layer cotton towel dressing 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, coped with cervical cancer. After 2 weeks of treatment, the tumor thinned 2-3 times, became softer, its growth stopped. She has remained so up to the present.
Saline solution can only be used in the dressing, but in no case in the compress.
The concentration of salt in the solution should not exceed 10%, but do not fall below 8%.
A dressing with a solution of greater concentration can lead to the destruction of capillaries in the tissues in the area of application. The choice of material for dressings is very important. It must be hygroscopic. That is easily soak through and without any residual fat, ointment, alcohol, iodine. They are not allowed on the skin, which is superimposed.
It is best to use linen and cotton cloth (towel), repeatedly used and more than once washed. Ultimately, you can use and gauze. It develops in 8 layers. Any other of these materials - in 4 layers. When applying a bandage, the solution should be hot enough.
Squeeze the dressing material should be medium so that it is not very dry and not very wet. Do not put anything on the bandage. Tie it up with a bandage or attach a band-aid - that's all.
With various pulmonary processes (excluded when bleeding from the lungs), it is better to put a bandage on your back, but you must know the exact localization of the process. Bandage the chest tightly enough, but do not squeeze the breath.
The bandage of the belly is as tight as possible, because over the night it is released, the bandage becomes free and ceases to act. In the morning, after removing the dressing, the material should be rinsed well in warm water. In order to better fit the bandage to my back, I put a roller between the shoulder blades on the spine and bandage it along with the bandage on its wet layers.
That, in fact, is all that I would like to share. If you could not solve the problem in medical institutions, try using salt dressings. This method is not at all some sensation. He simply was well forgotten.
How to prepare a 10% saline solution?
Here is the recipe description:
- Take 1 liter of boiled, snowy or rain or distilled warm water.
- Put in 1 liter of water 90 grams table salt (that is, 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 for 1 minute 8 layers of gauze. Lightly squeeze so as not to flow.
- Put 8 layers of gauze on a sore point. Put a piece of pure lamb wool on top. Do this before bed.
- Pribintovat all cotton cloth or bandage, not using plastic pads. Hold on until morning. In the morning, take off everything. And the next night to repeat.
- internal hemorrhages
- severe internal and external bruises,
- internal tumors and gangrene,
- sprains, inflammation of articular bags and other inflammatory processes in the body.
Using this recipe, several of my friends saved themselves from internal hemorrhage, severe contusion, inflammatory processes in the knee joint bag, blood poisoning, and death in hemorrhage in the leg during a deep knife wound, colds inflammation of the neck muscles ...
It would be desirable that the nurse who sent this prescription to the newspaper, and the professor who treated the soldiers at the front in this way, would have a long, long life. Low bow to them. And I would like this prescription to be used by many, many in dire need of our difficult times, when expensive medical services are beyond the power of retirees.