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The Edgar Cayce Remedies Paperback – June 1, 1983
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You can get healing, invigorating, relaxing, regenerating tips based on general techniques Cayce recommended for specific illnesses.
The advice on food and diet is as contemporary as today's headlines--such as the benefits of olive oil, red wine, less red meat, no deep fried foods, steel cut oats.
This book helped save my life. I recommend it
However, because of the title of the book, I expected it to be a listing of various Cayce remedies such as herbs, lotions, foods. Instead, it lists remedies to undertake for various types of ailments. It's written in three parts. The first describes the functioning of the human body. The second sections lists various types of healing regimens suggested in the Cayce readings such as castor oil packs, prayer and meditation, and consulting dreams plus more conventional types of healing regimens such as diet and nutrition, exercise, manipulation, and massage. The third section is the best because it lists various body systems such as the digestive organs, the skin, and the heart and vascular system, and describes how to get that system healthy and keep it healthy.
I find it very helpful to get a sense of how the body works from Cayce's very holistic perspective. However, I would have preferred that when Cayce readings are mentioned, that they be quoted and the numbers of the readings listed as they are in The Edgar Cayce Handbook for Health Through Drugless Therapy.
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Heated castor oil packs (worked for coughing up vocal polyps and getting rid of cysts) and apple cider vinegar (cured my laryngitis fast!) are among some of the simpler ones that work miracles.
I am currently using castor oil packs on my abdomen for a health problem. With a little thought, you can minimize the oily mess and use the packs pretty easily.
I find that using a wide plastic bubble wrap over the wool flannel with a beach towel pinned over the bubble wrap keeps the oil pretty well contained.
Both the wool flannel and castor oil itself can be ordered on the web pretty easily.
Check it out for yourself.
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Excellent resource guide. You won't go wrong buying this if you are looking for detailed information on Cayce remedies.Published 3 days ago by NANCY RASMUSSEN