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CASTOR OIL DROPS
Using castor oil drops as a therapeutic
for the body is an idea actually borrowed from India. In a study
completed by Donna Pallo of our research department, the records of
21 patients who were treated with the drops (five drops on the tongue
each morning followed by half a glass of water) were examined.
Several interesting conclusions were arrived at. First, allergic
conditions of the upper respiratory tract were considered the most
reasonable conditions to treat with castor oil drops. Second,
skin diseases, constipation, and digestive problems were less common
but still considered treatable.
What goes through a doctor's mind to bring him to
a simple suggestion as this when a hay fever patient comes to him with
watery eyes? Perhaps the wide experience we have had here at the
Clinic with castor oil packs or the cleansing of the cells in a homeopathic
manner gives him a rationale. Or it may be the "vibratory" effect
of the castor oil. We can't seem to come up with a real good reason,
but the effect certainly is real.
From this study (which was not a "clean" one since
some of the patients underwent several therapies), three of the 21 patients
experienced a complete clearing up of their problems, eight had what they
termed "good" results, five had "some improvement," and in only one was
no result seen. The therapy treatment usually lasted over a period
of two to three months.
[Note: The preceding report was provided by William McGarey, M. D. and
is excerpted from The A.R.E. Journal, May, 1979, Volume 14, No.
3, page 121, Copyright © 1979 by the Edgar Cayce Foundation, Virginia
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