Cayce Health Database
TIM is a compound recommended in about 60 readings,
primarily in cases of hemorrhoids, but also in a few instances of skin
irritation, including pruritus, eczema, abrasions and boils. The
formulas given vary somewhat from reading to reading, but the TIM formula
in general use at present contains iodine and benzoin in a natural ointment
base. Instructions for use are as follows:
- Apply TIM to affected portions once or twice each day and immediately
after each bowel movement.
- TIM can be used directly on the hemorrhoid or injected with a bulb
syringe into the anal orifice, or both. When used with bulb
syringe, one to two teaspoonfuls may be inserted into the area above
the sphincters. Heating the TIM slightly will make it more easily
- Rest as much as possible after the application, with the feet elevated
above the head.
- TIM should be used consistently until the hemorrhoid is gone.
Hemorrhoids is a condition involving enlarged and varicose
veins in the lower portion of the rectum and the tissues about the anus.
Apparently TIM acts not only as a palliative measure to reduce the inflammation
and pain, but also aids in restoring normal conditions. Additional
comments are found in the readings:
For an antiseptic and to reduce the tendencies
of plethora [excess of blood] in those portions that cause distress, use
the ointment known as Tim. This will act with the manipulative forces
to not only reduce the swelling and the painfulness, but to produce or
cause coagulation such as to do away with those protuberances which make
for the distress.
Following each stool the Tim ointment should be
used, or after the body is ready for retiring. This will be found
to be more effective than any other application. (4873-1)
Consistently used, it will not only remove the
cause but remove the hemorrhoids. (257-200)
This [TIM] applied, with the proper manipulation
in the lumbar and sacral region, will permanently relieve this body of
such conditions [hemorrhoids]. (654-3)
TIM can be purchased as a commercial product.
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Note: The above information is not intended for self-diagnosis
or self-treatment. Please consult a qualified health care professional
for assistance in applying the information contained in the Cayce Health