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Edited from a Video Cassette tape with the subject:

Top Ten Herbs for Medical Emergencies (C1998),
Lecture by Dr. Richard Schulze.
Published by:

The University of Natural Healing, Inc.
355 West Rio Road, Suite 201,
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902
(804) 973-0262

Cayenne (stimulant and circulation stimulant): Best is Habanero, African Bird, Serrano, Jalapeno, Cayenne.

Uses: Stops bleeding (internal or external), heart attack, stroke, or shock.

Use tincture liberally on a wound to stop blood loss in seconds. The tincture is best for flushing a wound (the alcohol is a disinfectant), but the powder works also. Just pack it in. For hemorrhage after childbirth, squirt 15-20 dropperfuls (a dropperful is approximately 30 drops) into the vagina. The bleeding will stop in seconds. Use several drops of strong cayenne tincture diluted half and half with water on newborn babies tongues to save their lives when going into respiratory failure. Heart attacks (1-10 dropperfuls): start at 5 dropperfuls. For Severe congestive heart failure, use 1 heaping tablespoon (powder) in glass of warm water every hour.

For Gangrene: Fill a large tub with hot water, add 4 ounces of cayenne pepper, 4 ounces of ginger root powder, and 4 ounces of mustard seed powder. Put these herbs in a dish towel, tie it closed, and put it in the bath like a big tea bag. You will see the water turn Orange. Then, fill a large bucket with cold water plus 10 pounds or more of ice in it. Plastic garbage bins and wastebaskets work well for this. Put the leg, or whatever, into the very hot bath for 5 to 10 minutes and then immediately into the cold for at least 2 minutes, but 5 to 8 minutes is much better. Do at least 5 repletions of this.

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