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Salt Detox Bath Recipe

From: again, Herbal Medicine


  • 1/4 cup Himalayan salt
  • 1/4 cup Epsom salt
  • 1/4 cup baking soda
  • 1/3 cup organic apple cider vinegar

Just mix these ingredients in hot water, but some people prefer to use an ionic foot bath.


  • Use hot water instead of warm water to increase the effects.
  • If you’re going to use tap water it will have chlorine and fluoride in it that needs to be dealt with by adding 4-6 tablespoons of bentonite clay  to help absorb those toxic chemicals.
  • Don’t overdo it at first and ease into this practice with 10 minutes at first. You can eventually work your way up to 30 minutes.

Castor Oil to Remove Cataracts without Surgical Procedures


…Even though for cataracts at an advanced stage, surgery seems to be the best treatment option, for cataracts still in an early stage, one should stock up on several natural ingredients which may very well help dissolve them.

One ingredient happens to be castor oil. It has many uses other than helping eliminate cataracts. It can also treat farsightedness and nearsightedness, dry eyes, conjunctivitis and even macular degeneration related to age.

Once one realizes that the main reason for most eye problems is oxidation, one would know the best way to prevent such problems from ever occurring in the first place is to reach out towards antioxidant-abundant foods.

Practitioners of holistic health are well aware of this. They have been using castor oil (which is rich in antioxidants) to reverse cataracts, improve vision, and much more. But you need to be extra cautious not to use the wrong kind, which may have adverse effects on your eyes and health.

And What Is The Right Type?
The 100% pure, organic, hexane-free, cold-pressed castor oil is your best option. Make sure to obtain it from a reliable source. It should come in a dark glass bottle with a drop applicator already included.

When and How to Use Castor Oil
There’s no philosophy here. Simply add one drop of this organic, pure castor oil directly into the affected eye. You should do this once a day, and the best period is before going to bed, as castor oil may make your vision slightly blurry. Apply the oil, close your eyes and let it work its magic while you sleep.

And if you find crusts at the corners of your eyes the following morning, don’t panic. This is due to the calcification process and is completely normal. Simply wash your eyes with clean, warm water.

There are plenty of those who have already tried this method. Most of them claim to have witnessed results even after just one application. Others claimed their vision kept getting better and better each time.

Some claim their vision was restored within just a few weeks; others claim it took them three months. It’s a rather individual thing, depending on your specific eye condition.

Try doing this three nights in a row. If by the end of this period there is no result, simply stop. Castor oil is harmless, but it may not suit the issue you are currently having concerning your eyes.

Whatever You do, dear readers, always take good care of your eye health, and overall health in general. We wish you success with this natural holistic treatment.

hm, as per Odora O’Neil’s interview a.o.t. on TRUST, RE-POSTING: Terminal Trust — Little Fears

best known for her work on the nature of trust, renowned Irish philosopher and member of the House of Lords, Baroness Onora O’Neil was featured in an interview with CBC’s Michael Enright, aired on Sun, Nov 12, 2017.

More at: How philosophy can show us who to trust


Terminal Trust “Kill her,” flashed the terminal. Kathy looked behind. There was a woman using a terminal on the other side of the room. Quite tall, but delicate looking. Slender arms and legs. Her thin dress seemed to hang off her bones. Easy mark. Kathy turned back to the terminal. “Kill her.” A shadow loomed…

via Terminal Trust — Little Fears