Jini's Healing Guide: Natural Treatments for Hemorrhoids (eBook) - by Jini Patel Thompson
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Also available on Amazon Kindle.
Length: 25 pages, 8.5"x 11"
This home remedy for both internal and external hemorrhoids is comprised of the following ingredients:
Aloe Vera – is antibacterial and antifungal. It is also used to soothe and speed healing, so it works well to counter the “sting” of potassium iodide and any irritation from DMSO.*
Potassium Iodide – a mineral salt also known as SSKI (saturated solution potassium iodide), it is antibacterial and antiviral. It is also known for its ability to break down scar tissue and cysts. Dr. Wright has used it extensively to treat ovarian cysts and fibrocystic breast disease. David M. Derry MD, PhD has also extensively studied the use of topical iodine in regenerating scar tissue. If used long-term (longer than a month or so), you need to monitor your thyroid function though, since iodine impacts the thyroid.*
Cocoa Butter – used to solidify the suppositories (for tretment of internal hemorrhoids), cocoa butter is naturally rich in Vitamin E as well as a number of other vitamins and minerals. Vitamin E helps to soothe, hydrate, and balance the skin and also provides the skin with collagen, which assists with wrinkles and other signs of ageing. Cocoa butter also contains cocoa mass polyphenol (CMP), a substance that inhibits the production of the immuno globulin IgE. IgE is known to aggravate symptoms of both dermatitis and asthma. Cocoa butter is historically a folk remedy for burns, cough, dry lips, fever, malaria, rheumatism, snakebite and wounds.*
DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) has received the most press as a topical application for relieving arthritis. However, that application is merely the proverbial tip of the iceberg for this multi-tasking healing aid. In many ways, it is like wild oregano oil in that it has such a broad range of uses and the ability to produce such amazing results fairly quickly, includng as a treatment for hemorrhoids.*
About DMSO 99%:
DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) is a natural substance derived from wood pulp and is safe when used with the proper precautions. DMSO 99% unfragranced is sold as a "solvent" and is an amazing substance that has many healing applications. Dimethyl sulfoxide is a clear liquid known for its ability to permeate living tissue. It is believed to help stimulate cellular processes.*
- After application, anywhere on the body, you can taste DMSO on the tip of your tongue within 30 seconds - it travels through the bloodstream that fast.
- DMSO binds to free radicals and forms a substance (dimethyl sulfone plus water with the hydroxyl ion) that is readily excreted through urine.
- DMSO substitutes for water, so it pulls substances through cells that ordinarily would not move through them. The DMSO-water bond is 1.3 times stronger than the water-water bond.
- DMSO is readily absorbed via topical (skin) or oral application. However absorption is even better from the gastrintestinal tract (oral). (source: DMSO Nature's Healer by Dr. Morton Walker)
- A "side effect" of DMSO is that it has a garlic-type odor - because it is instantly transported throughout the body, you (or others!) may notice this smell on your breath or coming from your pores. Again, because the amount of DMSO in HemorrHeal is very small, this may not be an issue in this application.
IMPORTANT: Be sure you are simultaneously using stool softeners during treatment with HemorrHeal. You can use psyllium, chia, or flaxseed to soften your stools (or to bulk them up if you suffer from chronic diarrhea). I used to recommend MetaCleanse but the manufacturer has stopped producing it so, in its place, you can use 1 tbsp. sprouted flax and chia powder along with 1/2 tsp. bentonite clay. NOTE: You cannot use these remedies if you are on an exclusively elemental diet – only if you are combining Absorb Plus with regular foods.
Jini Patel Thompson has provided two formulations (liquid or suppositories) for those with INTERNAL hemorrhoids, depending on your application preference. Although the suppositories are a hassle to make, many people find them more convenient to use than applying a liquid up the rectum (due to leakage, difficulty applying, etc.). On the other hand, if you use the liquid, you can use a stronger formula (you can’t put as much DMSO in the suppositories as this will prevent them from hardening). Both are used/applied once per day.*
You can test both and see which you prefer, you may even want to alternate using both. If your rectum is very sore and it is extremely painful to have a bowel movement, then you're likely better off with the hemorrhoid suppositories, since they also lubricate the rectum and anus - making it easier for the tissue to stretch. But if you don't get the desired results from the suppositories, then alternate usage with the liquid formula (which is stronger).*
If you only have EXTERNAL hemorrhoids, then you will only need to use the liquid formula, applied topically, once per day.*
Once Jini found formulas for both external and internal hemorrhoids that worked well for herself and afflicted family members, she gave them to her Wellness Circle members for further testing. In their experience, hemorrhoids are completely healed in most cases (and usually within 10 days), but at the very least, substantial relief is obtained.*
When you buy one of the hemorrhoid treatment KITS, this eBook is included in the kit and you receive a $4.95 discount off the total price.
Note: A side effect of DMSO is that it has a garlic-type odor - because it is instantly transported throughout the body, you (or others!) may notice this smell on your breath or coming from your pores. However, because the amount of DMSO in HemorrHeal is very small, this may not be an issue in this application.
WARNING: Please be 100% clear that these are experimental hemorrhoid treatment protocols that have been used by Jini Patel Thompson, her family, members of her Wellness Circle and some followers of Dr. Jonathan V. Wright, MD. They have not been tested nor approved by any regulatory body, so you proceed entirely at your own risk.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
What Is HemorrHeal?
What Is DMSO?
Therapeutic Uses For DMSO
How Does DMSO Work?
Cautions In Using DMSO
HemorrHeal For External Hemorrhoids
HemorrHeal For Internal Hemorrhoids
Rectal Suppository Formula
Address The Root Cause
Notes & Ordering
About The Author
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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