Effective Home Remedies For Various Infections Pt. 2 Agatha Thrash MD

Effective Home Remedies For Various Infections Pt. 2 Agatha Thrash MD

00:01 Hello! Home remedies are quite effective
and very inexpensive. 00:07 I like that kind of remedy one who has
the two very major 00:12 aspects of the healing process in them,
in expense and 00:17 effectiveness, so we are going to be
talking about 00:19 Home Remedies, I think you will enjoy
learning about 00:22 some of these things that can be used
for the vast majority 00:27 of ailments that afflict people in their
homes today 00:31 so join us for this program.
00:53 Welcome to Help Yourself to Health 00:55 with Dr. Agatha Thrash of Uchee Pines
Institute 00:59 and now here is your host Dr. Thrash.
01:02 Not only are home remedies inexpensive, but most anybody
01:11 can do them, and I would like to show you some home remedies
01:14 now that I have found to be quite effective and I enjoy
01:18 very much showing people about these, because I know that
01:23 they will do the work that I need them to do
01:27 and that I can even tell people on the telephone how to do them.
01:31 Let me just show this one to you of how to make a
01:35 fungus fighter. 01:37 Now at Uchee Pines we have some people
who make the 01:41 fungus fighter as a cottage industry
and sell it. 01:45 They sell it in this kind of bottle
with a label on it 01:49 and this kind of bottle is very easy
to find, you can come 01:55 by this from an empty bottle that you
had something else in 01:59 or you can simply buy one from a department
store and 02:03 use that, but let me show you how to
make this very nice 02:07 little remedy
02:09 It depends on an herb called Calendula and you can see
02:17 the Calendula flowers here, these are the pedals
02:18 and sometimes you will get the flower heads as well
02:23 these come from a health food store or from an herb shop
02:27 and the little flower, the little plant grows
02:30 in people’s gardens and you might even gather some fresh
02:36 and the time to gather them if you do, they are a common
02:40 little plant, in little flower beds. 02:42 They look like marigolds and so you
just gather the entire 02:49 head when it is at it’s biggest flower
point. 02:56 So let me show you how to do this, you
measure out one cup 03:01 and put that in a jar such as this,
usually a jar with a 03:05 very broad top is the best and then
you have about this much 03:14 in the jar, then you need Myrrh.
03:18 Now myrrh comes from overseas generally it’s a part of the
03:23 Myrtle plant and you can see that this is a powder and it
03:27 smells quite fragrant I think, I like the smell of it and this
03:33 powder in only one of it’s forms, you can also get it as
03:37 a crystalline material or you can get myrrh as a tincture.
03:44 And any way that you use it it is 1. It is two cups of the
03:51 calendula, one quarter cup of the myrrh then pour enough
03:58 vinegar on top of it to fully cover it.
04:03 So let me show you how the myrrh is simply added to the
04:07 same jar that you are going to use… this is a quarter cup
04:11 so it’s a quarter the amount of the herb that you use
04:17 in the myrrh, this is added to the jar as you see here
04:23 once that has been added then the next part is the vinegar.
04:27 This can be either white vinegar or it can be brown vinegar
04:31 either way it doesn’t matter, the thing that you want
04:35 is that it be at least 3% acidity, this happens to be 5%
04:42 and that is quite good I like the 5%, then you simply cover
04:48 the herbs that you have added there so that the vinegar
04:52 entirely fills the jar, or at least covers the herb,
04:59 and as you can see it’s sort of nice to make it near a sink
05:03 because it can be a bit messy especially if you are doing it
05:07 for your first time. 05:08 Then be sure it is all wet and it doesn’t
matter if you 05:12 have a little extra vinegar because
just to let you know 05:17 that vinegar itself is also a fungus
fighter, 05:20 and this looks quite nice even when
you are making it up 05:24 yet we don’t have enough vinegar, so
we will continue to 05:29 pour until it is quite liquid and there
is some extra space 05:35 above now it’s beginning to reach the
proper consistency 05:42 but I’ll add just a bit more so that
you can see how this 05:46 very useful product can be something
that you can keep 05:52 easily around your home to fight a fungus
with in case 05:57 somebody gets a fungus.
05:59 Now you can see about what the consistency should be
06:04 and if it has flower heads in it that is fine too
06:07 you don’t mind a bit if it has flower heads in it.
06:10 Simply cover it, and the reason to cover it is that it has
06:16 a way of giving it’s fragrance to your entire kitchen
06:21 and you would be just as happy that you just have food smells
06:25 from the kitchen and not herb smells as well,
06:29 it doesn’t smell as if it would be something that you would eat
06:32 but I think it does smell quite fragrant. 06:35 Now once you let it set for two weeks
you should stir it 06:42 every day, or if you can’t stir it every
day then let it set 06:46 for about three weeks, then strain it
and you will have a 06:50 product that looks like this.
06:52 Now this product is very helpful for any kind of fungus
06:58 it’s even helpful for dandruff which sometimes has a
07:02 superficial fungus as a part of the itching process.
07:06 But it’s most effective for athlete’s foot and very
07:13 effective for fungus toenail. 07:16 now fungus toenail also has a standard
treatment, 07:20 but the medicine in quite toxic, so
I don’t recommend that 07:24 you take the medicine but rather that
you get this because 07:27 it will be just as effective as the
medicine. 07:30 Now the treatment time is one year or
until the fungus toenail 07:37 has grown all the way out, keep it trimmed
all the time 07:40 so that you can tell how much is growing
out. 07:43 It starts growing out pink within three
or four weeks 07:46 and you are encouraged to keep on with
the one year 07:51 of the treatment.
07:52 The reason it takes so long is that that nail is infected
07:56 with the fungus, and this is not a fungicidal, it is only
08:01 an inhibitor of the growth of fungus, so it keeps it from
08:06 growing in the fresh part that is growing out.
08:09 So I hope that will help you when you need a good
08:13 fungus fighter. 08:14 Now I have asked Rhonda Clark to join
me today, she is one of 08:19 our colleagues at Uchee Pines, welcome
Rhonda! 08:21 – I’m glad to be here. – I see from
the equipment 08:24 that you have, that you are going to
show us how to treat 08:28 arthritis and arthritic hand.
08:30 – Oh yes! When I was a student at Uchee Pines we were learning
08:33 various treatments, hydro- therapy and other types of
08:35 home remedies and this is one of my very favorites
08:38 it feels wonderful. 08:40 – And it makes the skin feel so nice
too. 08:42 – Oh, it does, if you have aching joints
in your hand or 08:46 other places on your body, using warm
very warm paraffin 08:51 is a lovely treatment I’m going to be
demonstrating today 08:54 a paraffin bath, a paraffin treatment
for the hand, 08:57 this is so nice if you have arthritic
fingers that hurt you 09:01 and I have asked Miss Arianna Hartsfield
to come and be 09:05 my patient so I can demonstrate this
treatment on her. 09:08 The paraffin treatment is done, and
the melted paraffin is put 09:16 in a special container that keeps it
at a constant heat 09:20 and the ideal temperature is around
125- 135 degrees 09:26 you can test this yourself if you want
to make your own 09:30 paraffin treatment at home.
09:32 An old slow cooker, for example what I have here,
09:36 this would be an example of a slow cooker you might find
09:39 at a yard sale or a good will store, if it has a setting for
09:45 low, which you can see this one has a setting for low
09:48 that I have placed this on, this might be just the right
09:52 temperature, but to be safe use a thermometer that will
09:55 reach at least 150�, and you can keep the paraffin then at a
10:01 safe temperature, 125�-135�. 10:04 The paraffin that is used is just the
same type of paraffin 10:07 that we use in canning and you can find
that where you buy 10:11 canning supplies but it does need one
other ingredient in it 10:14 and that is mineral oil, and a formula
that we use, 10:17 it’s what I’ve used in the tub that
we will be doing our 10:20 demonstration on today is 5 lbs paraffin
and then 10:24 1/2- 1 pint of mineral oil, I want to
make sure I give you 10:29 the correct recipe.
10:30 So Arianna if you will raise your sleeve for me…
10:33 The purpose of the treatment as the paraffin gets on the skin
10:38 you’ll see it leaves a layer of the paraffin left on the
10:41 skin and that helps not only make it feel very warm when
10:45 it goes on but helps hold in the heat which feels so nice
10:49 on those arthritic joints. 10:50 And the very first dipping.. – You want
to be sure that your 10:53 sleeve doesn’t get in it because it
can leave the sleeve 10:58 permanently oily.
10:59 The first dip down into the paraffin should be rather deep
11:04 so all the way to the bottom and lift it back up and
11:08 let that layer cool, you can see immediately how quickly
11:11 it starts to dry and solidify, and as it begins to dry
11:15 you’ll do another dip. 11:17 Does that feel nice and warm there Arianna?
11:20 The goal is to actually build up quite a big hand,
11:27 quite a number of layers of the paraffin, again as they cool
11:31 dip again, and this is where it feels so wonderful
11:36 the heat is just sinking into the hand, into those sore joints
11:41 it just feels so good, we’ll do one more dip.
11:45 At home if you are doing this yourself, you will do more dips
11:48 you can see already how her hand is looking much bigger
11:51 but you will do several dips until everything is very well
11:54 coated, it’s important not to move as you are doing that
11:58 so that you don’t get little cracks and bends in the
12:00 paraffin, you want to keep it intact as you can.
12:03 After this looks as if this last dip has dried a bit
12:07 then you will wrap the hand in a towel to help hold in the
12:11 heat, and so you’ve got your hand there Arianna
12:14 we’ll just wrap it in the towel and then relax and rest
12:20 and let that heat sink in, unfortunately very soon
12:26 you’ll find it beginning to cool and you know the treatment
12:29 will be coming to an end and as that happens the paraffin
12:33 comes from the skin so nicely, we’ll show here how then you
12:39 just peel the paraffin back off and if you do your hands
12:46 very clean before the treatment, if you wash your hands very well
12:51 before the treatment, this used paraffin can actually be
12:54 just placed right back in to the paraffin wax to continue to be
12:57 reused, recycled so to speak and the hand will feel warm
13:03 you can see that the skin is a little pinker and very soft
13:07 it’s a lovely treatment for the skin. 13:10 In addition to arthritis I think this
can be used for bursitis, 13:14 strains, aches, pains.
13:16 – Right! It can even be painted on to shoulders and
13:19 other places. – Yeah! Joints that you can’t
13:21 reach or dip very easily in this and so, thank you Arianna
13:26 and I thank you Dr. Thrash I appreciated the opportunity
13:28 to tell a little bit about this treatment today.
13:30 – Very good, and while Arianna is here beside me
13:34 I would like show another treatment that Arianna can
13:38 help me with and this is an onion poultice. 13:41 Now the onion poultices can be placed
many places, 13:45 one place that the ancients used to
use it for is on the chest 13:49 for bronchitis and pneumonia and it
can be effectively used 13:54 there is as a way to help with the resolution
of pneumonia. 14:00 But I have here an onion material that
is just chopped 14:07 onion and I’m going to make a very dainty
poultice with 14:09 onion, but most of the time you will
two or three onions 14:13 so that you can make for the chest or
for the abdomen 14:17 quite a large compress can also be used
in infections 14:22 such as ulcers on the legs, diabetic
ulcers on the legs. 14:28 These things are very nicely treated
with the onion so 14:33 I would like just to show you a nice
dainty onion compress 14:39 and we’ll just make one here on the
top of Arianna’s hand 14:43 assuming that she has something like
an ulcer, so you just put 14:47 the onion material that has been cooked
a bit, 14:50 so you just put it right on the place,
would you hold your 14:54 sleeve right there just a little bit
and then I can get this 14:59 on without making your clothing smell
as if you have been in an 15:05 onion patch.
15:07 Now as soon as you get the onion piled on and it’s piled
15:13 on generously, then you just put a cloth over that
15:20 and if you would hold that for me for a moment and then
15:24 you just take a little kitchen plastic, such as this,
15:29 and this is the kind that sticks to itself, which makes a
15:35 very good compress, so if I can get this to come loose
15:41 properly we’ll show you the finish of the poultice
15:47 and then it opens like that and then we put around
15:57 the place where you have the compress. 16:00 Now compresses are extremely good but
you do need to put a 16:07 bandage on it, so here is a bandage
an Ace type, 16:12 and again it’s the same kind of thing,
it goes on with a bit of 16:18 stickiness, and the sticky plastic wrap
and the sticky roll 16:24 bandage is very helpful and it’s not
put on tight, 16:29 it’s just put on just enough to hold
the compress in place. 16:36 Now if Arianna had a sore on her hand
or any kind of wound 16:45 that had become infected, it’s not necessary
to put it 16:49 on a fresh wound but if a wound becomes
infected then you could 16:53 use the onion poultice like this, and
when it is taken off 16:57 the part is simply washed with a cold
wash cloth 17:02 and dried and then the part dressed
warmly. 17:08 If it’s the chest then the chest is
dressed very warmly, 17:11 after the compress is taken off.
17:14 Alright Arianna I will let you take that off yourself
17:18 when you get to a convenient place, thank you for helping us
17:23 with this nice poultice. 17:25 Now another thing that I would like
to make sure that you know 17:32 about some small remedies that Dr. Donald
Miller will be 17:38 talking with you about, and I have asked
Dr. Miller to 17:41 join me on the program today, and I
see that it looks like 17:47 you have a man’s sock there.
17:49 – Yes, you know when you were talking about the onion poultice
17:53 I always think about people thinking well! I won’t have any
17:57 of this plastic wrap, I don’t have any of the Ace bandages.
18:00 Traveling in other countries you’ve got to really fly by
18:04 the seat of your pants. – Plastic bags are not even
18:06 available. – Plastic bags are ubiquitous 18:08 they are everywhere, plastic bags, there
is no where I go 18:11 that you cannot find a plastic bag.
18:12 – Even in Ukraine. 18:13 – In Ukraine they are everywhere.
18:15 – Really! – Blowing in the wind. 18:16 – First time I went to Ukraine they
didn’t have plastic bags. 18:19 – This is a whole new world, that was
10 years ago, 18:20 now they’re everywhere.
18:22 Any plastic, any plastic at all and then if you don’t have an
18:26 Ace bandage, once you’ve got that whole thing on just pull a
18:29 sock over the whole thing it will cover it nicely,
18:32 if you want the fingers out just cut the end of the sock off
18:33 and you’ve got everything that you need right there.
18:35 – So you need to cut a little hole over here on the side
18:38 for the thumb. – That’s right! 18:40 So we don’t feel like you got to have
exactly the equipment 18:44 that we are showing you because everything
is out there that 18:48 you need, I don’t think God is out there
to fool us 18:50 if there is a simple remedy there is
a way 18:52 that you can use it.
18:54 Now there are a few things that I like to travel with
18:56 one, and I bought this years ago when we were on tour
18:59 up in Washington State, you can see there is still
19:03 a little bit in here, this is peppermint oil.
19:05 – Peppermint oil. – Yep! And you know how many
19:07 uses there are for this. – Oh yes! 19:09 – If someone has a sore throat you might
put a little bit in 19:13 water, and let them gargle with the
peppermint oil, 19:15 it’s also good for the breath.
19:17 It’s good for the headache, someone has a headache
19:19 put a little bit on the finger and rub it on the temples
19:22 of the head, that is good for a headache, it’s good for
19:26 many many other things, it’s good for… 19:29 – May I see it? – Yes! It smells wonderful
too. 19:32 – I was just going to check it’s authenticity,
sure enough. 19:36 – It’s pure peppermint oil! – Another
very good remedy for 19:41 using this is again you simply wet the
finger and lick it off 19:46 for motion sickness.
19:49 – I was going to say the upset stomach, it’s very good for
19:51 motion sickness, so I carry this with me for myself or
19:55 anyone else who might need this, it’s very nice.
19:57 Another one that I really would not leave home without is
20:00 tea tree oil, it’s vital if I get one of these little
20:05 canker sores in my mouth, a little bit of swipe over
20:08 that thing usually for me takes care of it, some people not,
20:10 some people it will. 20:12 If I have a sore throat coming on, a
little bit on my 20:14 finger tip, I’ll go back and I’ll paint
my throat with the 20:17 Tea Tree Oil. – Any fastidious person
could 20:20 use a Q-tip. – They could, this is my
bottle, 20:26 but yes that is right, you know I’m
doing it twice, 20:30 I use my index finger for the first
one, middle finger 20:34 for the second one, I don’t want to
re-infect myself. 20:37 I will also use it for any type of a
skin problem, 20:40 if I have a bug bite, if I have an abrasion,
very very healing 20:43 for the body.
20:45 One I heard of not to long ago was a couple of other oils
20:49 Oregano Oil, and Thyme Oil. 20:53 – Oh yes both very good fragrant oils.
20:56 – Fragrant oils but they are also very good antibiotic oils.
20:59 – Yes! – Matter of fact what I did 21:01 one Christmas is I bought a bunch of
these bottles and sent 21:07 a pair to each one of my family members
with instruction 21:10 for how to use it and the instructions
are very easy. 21:13 If you have a container of water, you
can do it in a glass 21:16 but I like a container of water because
you have to mix 21:19 this stuff well or the oils are very
hot when you 21:22 drink them, I tried this one time in
Romania and I just 21:25 gave the students all little cups and
they poured the water 21:29 and the oil in these things in there
and drank it down 21:31 but the oil was sitting on top, and
it set them on fire. 21:34 – Yes! I’m sure. Same thing will happen
21:36 if you use to much of the mint oil. 21:38 – Yes, it will. – But mint oil for pain
in the 21:41 abdomen can be really nice, or bloating
in the abdomen, 21:44 very nice but if you use much it needs
to be diluted. 21:48 – As a matter of fact if you don’t have
them in oil 21:50 and there is some mint, just chew some
mint leaves. 21:52 – Precisely! – It will give you the
same 21:53 thing and mint grows in many many…
21:54 and there is many different types of mints.
21:56 So to make this I would put a teaspoon of oil,
22:00 I like to use olive oil myself, and then three drops,
22:04 it doesn’t take many, I usually use five for myself,
22:07 about three drops of these oils, put them in the water,
22:10 shake it vigorously, and drink it down. 22:13 – How much water, about a cup? – About
a cup, about 8ounces 22:16 it doesn’t really matter, the more the
merrier sometimes. 22:19 Oregano is know to kill about 25 different
viruses. 22:24 – May I see it? – Um hum!
22:25 – Yes, it’s very anti-microbial, yes, very fragrant!
22:31 It makes you think when you smell it, that it is a healing
22:37 herb, may I see that one? – Yes, yes, very nice.
22:39 – Oh yes, the thyme oil, thyme is a very good kitchen herb.
22:44 – And keeping these in your suitcases also makes your
22:47 suitcase smell quite nice. 22:49 It is always good to have a nice smelling
suitcase. 22:52 One other thing I like to travel with
is a little 22:56 container and I’m not advertising products,
22:58 there is many different types this is just an atomizer
23:01 for spraying a saline solution into the nose for a cold
23:06 coming on, I like to do a saline spray if someone else
23:11 is sick in the area, because we realize that this part
23:14 of the body is very protective of us as long as we’ve
23:17 kept it clean. 23:18 This has a little bit of colloidal silver
in it 23:21 which they say has great properties
whether it does 23:24 or not I don’t know but…
23:26 – Some tests seem to show that the silver salts are very
23:30 effective, we used to use the silver salts when I was in
23:33 Medical School for such a serious illness as syphilis
23:37 and it was quite effective for the syphilis, so we know
23:40 that it does have good anti- microbial qualities.
23:44 So I just do a couple squirts up each nostril with this thing
23:46 and I find that that protects me if not helping to heal me
23:51 for what I might already have, but protect me from
23:53 getting it from somebody else. 23:54 So these simple things that we carry
around with us, 23:57 I like to have these with me every where
I go. 24:00 – By the way I’ll say that the treatment
for syphilis is 24:05 probably still best the antibiotic that
we have today 24:10 but we certainly did have good results
with the silver salts 24:14 when I was in Medical School, but we
also know that at the 24:20 same time that we were treating syphilis
and gonorrhea with 24:24 silver salts, we also had excellent
results with 24:28 hot baths for both syphilis and gonorrhea.
24:32 Both of these germs are extremely sensitive to
24:37 a little heat and a little cooling and so that makes it
24:41 so that they can be very effective. 24:43 Now you were showing me some of the
things you carry around 24:49 in your emergency kit.
24:51 – Well you know some of the best things and I’ve got many
24:55 things in here, I just want to pull this out right here
24:57 I carry a little thing, this is what we have at Uchee Pines
25:00 this little card pack. – Yes, I recognize that.
25:02 That’s Dan Duce’s program. – No this is our program
25:05 this is the one that we put out for meetings and that we
25:08 sort of give away. 25:10 but in here I made up many Bible promises,
and you know 25:15 when you are in a tough situation a
Bible promise 25:17 is what you really need, you can be
giving yourself a treatment 25:21 but sometimes a treatment is tough like
you mentioned 25:23 for syphilis I used to sue hydrotherapy
and this was 25:26 long term hydro-therapy with hot temperatures.
25:29 – Very hot temperatures up to 105�. 25:30 – Yes! That’s right so Joshua 1:9 Have
not I commanded thee 25:33 be strong and of good courage, it comes
in handy for people 25:36 like that, and so to have God’s Word…
25:38 I have found that there is power in God’s word.
25:42 – Healing power! – Very much healing powers!
25:45 – We think of the Word of God as being something that is very
25:49 good for our spiritual health but the Word of God is also
25:54 very powerful for the physical health and when people are
25:57 seriously ill to share the Word of God, share some promises
26:02 to pray with them, this can be very helpful for the individual,
26:07 it’s encouraging, it’s filled with hope and it makes the
26:11 individual think that you have their best good at heart.
26:14 – I was once lying very sick in Austria and reading through
26:18 the Bible and I came to the most wonderful healing verse,
26:21 I like medical missionary verses, 26:24 it was found in Jeremiah 17:14
26:26 it says: “Heal me O Lord, and I shall be healed, save me
26:31 and I shall be saved.” 26:33 – “Amen!” – Two promises, condition
is, 26:34 “For Though art my praise.” – “Amen!”
26:38 So I find that praising the Lord is such a healing thing
26:42 as we are laying there in our sick bed or our death bed
26:44 if we praise the Lord it’s going to make it better.
26:48 – Now you have one more thing that I like and it’s right there
26:51 on the table beside you. 26:52 – Yes! – That came out of your kit too
26:54 I know. – I would not travel without 26:57 my charcoal, and I have powder in my
suitcase but I will 27:01 carry this with me wherever I am, these
are charcoal tablets 27:05 I bought this, as a matter of fact I
can’t even read it 27:07 to you because it’s in Cyrillic but
I bought this in Ukraine 27:12 and I just tear off as many as I think
I need, 27:15 people say well how many do you take,
I say well I take enough. 27:18 – That’s the dosage, you take enough.
27:20 – That’s right! You can’t take to many. 27:22 – Yes, it’s not toxic.
27:23 So I like your little kit, I think it’s a very good thing
27:28 I carry a kit as well but when I carry charcoal in my suitcase
27:32 I have it double bagged in a zip-lock bag,
27:37 I want to be sure that I don’t arrive at my destination
27:40 and have to do laundry the very first thing and still
27:44 forever have dingy clothing. 27:45 Well I hope these simple things that
you can see anyone can do 27:50 in their home will be of eternal benefit
to you.

5 comments on “Effective Home Remedies For Various Infections Pt. 2 Agatha Thrash MD

  1. jackie anderson Post author

    excellent to watch but need to write on screen what the ingredients are . I got the thyme oil not sure of the other. I live in UK so I may need to order and need to know what they are,
    Thanks Jackie

  2. vera dugom rivera Post author

    🕊💯 it's a journey to health like no other; May God shining light guide you through all the ways🕊💯🙏🏻
    for you guiding us through for better health and healings all The Ways;
    it is a truly piece of heaven😇
    may God bless you all for all that good that you do for us 🤗

  3. vera dugom rivera Post author

    ms. Ariana what a pretty nice Angel 👼 we have here so pleasant to see her she’s being so helpful so kind to have that administered on her hands so patient
    so Pleasant respectful quiet polite I wonder how she took that home remedies off her hand after all that doctor Agatha Thrash “May she rest in peace “
    that doctor put on her hand back then was so so very
    cooperative been so patient for her age back then good job Ariana May God bless you wherever you are sweetie🍯💗💐

  4. Todd Bristol Post author

    Great video content! Excuse me for butting in, I would appreciate your initial thoughts. Have you considered – Taparton Incredible Cure Takeover (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)? It is a smashing one off guide for Curing Shingles without the hard work. Ive heard some decent things about it and my old buddy Taylor after many years got great success with it.


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