The Healing Benefits of Turpentine/Essential Oils

whitecoast

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Hmm, I assumed it was a kitchen teaspoon. (About 5ml). When I take a full dose, it is six 00 gelatin capsules which is about 5.4ml. (0.9ml per capsule). So my dose falls in between the two.

I would recommend people to start with less, and for the love of God, put it in a gelatin capsule or similar.
Oh what, you don't do the tablespoon of white sugar with it either? Dr Daniels claimed that it helped because it made the parasites let their guard down. But I could also see that just as (literally) an old wive's tale to get people to swallow the stuff. :-P
 
From fighting my candida point of view, I have tried the surgar combo, but I don't think the surgar really adds to its effectiveness. The surgar did not make it easier to swallow,🤮 I also tried honey, and castor oil. You don't need to add anything to it to be effective.

Someone here recommended the caps, and also pointed out that gelatin caps were invented solely for the purpose of turps. I think the fact that gelatin caps were solely created just for turps, speaks for its disgusting taste, that lingers in your mouth for a long time.
 

Don Genaro

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My understanding of the sugar, and Tony Pantalleresco confirmed this (or maybe I just remembered him saying it?) was exactly that, an old wive's tale, and that it is really just to help swallow it. ("Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, the medicine go down, the medicine go down...;-)) The Turpentine/Essential oils are going to go and find the parasites anyway. There's no need to "draw them out" Furryfrog, in relation to what you said about Candida, as I thought about it, I realized that it didn't matter whether I have Candida, Parasites or whatever - they're all parasites - the essential oils are broad spectrum antibacterials, antivirals, antifungals and antiseptics, as well as knocking out biofilms. My whole point is that real health shouldn't cost that much. I'm not even rushing to get Turpentine - I already have food grade essential oils of Thyme, Oregano and Clove and I think that properly applied, I won't need much more. (Turpentine is just another alternative) They've cost me €30. I'm reading and trying to formulate a protocol that's simple and easy to follow. Even with the Glutathione, I'm wondering if there isn't a more natural and cheaper substitute? However, I've ordered some to be prepared.

I tried the oils a little bit but I've stopped for the moment as I noticed I was getting constipated and I'm not ready to walk around with dead parasites releasing more crap into my blood. My final protocol is going to be something like this.

  1. Essential oils of Thyme, Oregano and Clove,
  2. Castor Oil,
  3. Diatomaceous Earth (Food grade, which I already have sitting on my shelf for the last few years) (Apparently this alone is very effective in killing parasites.
  4. Glutathione
  5. Lots of water and cleansing herbal teas including Nettle, Horsetail and Dandelion, maybe Milk Thistle. I also have Dandelion root tincture which I made last year and is considered an excellent Liver supporter/cleanser.

I haven't started yet as I'm dealing with other issues and don't want to add in a strong Herxheimer reaction to my load. I also need to wait until next month to be able to buy the Castor oil and Glutathione. The Castor oil I think is a very important part of the cleansing protocol since, as well as having its own anti parasitic properties, it's a powerful laxative and when you start to kill the critters, you will not be able to afford to get constipated - you'll need to be able to get rid of them as quickly as possible.

So, I urge anyone without experience, as we are always warned here, not to rush into things, right now, I'm still eating bread and dairy. The bread is "organic" and I do stay away from any soy/corn breads but right now, I'm keeping the parasites happy until I'm strong enough to declare war. When I've decided on my protocol, I'll share here. As is mentioned, in many of the videos and much of the literature, many auto immune diseases (eg Lupus/Fibromyalgia etc/ anxiety disorders come from parasites. I don't have the money for expensive tests to diagnose and discover which, if any I have. I'm applying the Hippocrates aphorisms "Do no harm" and "Heal Thyself" hence my advice to take it slowly.

I've come to believe that Big Pharma has led us all down the road of "identifying (with)" diseases and looking for specific cures/supplements which ties in with the whole STS philosophy of confusion, whilst the truth is, that most of us could cure ourselves for less than €100 without needing to know what the disease is. TCM is a good example of this. They recognize "deficient yin or yang or whatever" and treat accordingly, often with a lot of success. I'm sure they didn't know how to identify Toxoplasmosis gondii 100 years ago but they were still able to cure it when they recognized the symptoms. I'm even starting to think that such diseases as Syphilis could be cured with Thyme oil. Remember the "Thymus" gland is related to the immune system. I've also wondered if Syphilis is not the human version of Toxoplasmosis gondii, or something similar. I've even wondered if it hasn't been lying "dormant" as it adapted and waited for the current WIFi wave and now it's coming back. But this is just speculation. However, I think that something like this may be at work and is helping the current wave of over emphasis on sex we're witnessing. Maybe worth asking the C's if there's anything to this speculation. Again, I emphasize they said that elimination of parasites was top priority for these times.

I'll give another anecdotal example. The other day I went to my local herbalist. I'm hoping we can do business at some stage as we're very similar. I even asked him about doing a course and he told me that as far as he's concerned, I already know far more than most health food "specialists" he knows. But people like "titles"... Anyway, I had been talking to him previously about this whole essential oil topic and the other day, I noticed he had a severe head cold. I asked him what he was taking and he replied with a list of herbs that supposedly blah, blah blah... and I looked at him and said - "Do what I'm telling you I'm going to do - put 2 drops of Thyme oil on a spoon of honey, cover it with more honey so that it doesn't burn you and forget the long list of herbs." He did so and I wrote him the next day to ask how h was and he replied that he was much better. Total cost of cure? I don't know - maybe 20 cents?
 

Pierre

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Indeed, I'm looking forward to doing my first shot of "paint stripper" :lol: First, research. Isn't it interesting that it's also known as White Spirits?
Just to avoid any confusion, turpentine and white spirit are two different chemicals. While both are solvents, turpentine is an oil extracted from a specific kind of pine while white spirit is a petroleum product.

The former has proven medicinal properties and the latter is toxic (irritant).
 

Don Genaro

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Just to avoid any confusion, turpentine and white spirit are two different chemicals. While both are solvents, turpentine is an oil extracted from a specific kind of pine while white spirit is a petroleum product.

The former has proven medicinal properties and the latter is toxic (irritant).
Ok, thanks for the clarification! Wishful thinking alert :lol:
 
Even with the Glutathione, I'm wondering if there isn't a more natural and cheaper substitute? However, I've ordered some to be prepared.

I tried the oils a little bit but I've stopped for the moment as I noticed I was getting constipated and I'm not ready to walk around with dead parasites releasing more crap into my blood. My final protocol is going to be something like this.
Turps itself does not kill your gut flora, (another bonus for turps)if anything it has a laxative effect for me. I have read oregano on the other hand does kill your gut flora, similar to antibiotics, so that may explain your constipation.( I have no personal experience with essential oils).

Milk products where I live are pasteurized, so only cold filtered milk products have glutothione building components. I looked into colostrum but it's more expensive here than whey. Getting milk/cream from a local farmer possibly? There are other sources, I guess it depends on how much you need. I am on a long term protocol so it's important for me.

10 Natural Ways to Increase Your Glutathione Levels
 

Persej

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Just to avoid any confusion, turpentine and white spirit are two different chemicals. While both are solvents, turpentine is an oil extracted from a specific kind of pine while white spirit is a petroleum product.

The former has proven medicinal properties and the latter is toxic (irritant).
In my country they sell this stuff: https://www.amazon.com/Siberian-Pine-Nut-Oil-ounce/dp/B005BHZU66
I don't know if it has a similarity with turpentine?
 

Don Genaro

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According to this source, any oil extracted from a tree belonging to the genus 'pinus' is considered as turpentine. So, according to this definition, your oil extracted from 'pinus sibirica' is turpentine.
Would that include your basic essential oil of Pine, made from Pine needles? I understood it had to be made from the resin.
 

Don Genaro

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Sorry, I posted before actually reading the article but it does seem to confirm what I said, that it must be from resin.
 

Persej

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According to this source, any oil extracted from a tree belonging to the genus 'pinus' is considered as turpentine. So, according to this definition, your oil extracted from 'pinus sibirica' is turpentine.
Actually, I think it's not. Because turpentine oil is extracted from pine resin and this oil is extracted from pine nut. But they do have other product with pine nut oil enriched with pine resin.
 

Don Genaro

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I just wanted to add a thought that was on my mind which was the connection between the pine cone and the pineal gland, the third eye and seat of the soul. I'm posting the first couple of articles that came up on a google search as I'm pressed for time but I'm sure that there are a lot more of interest out there for those who are interested in exploring. Maybe the elimination of parasites creates Seers? Just a thought fwiw.

History & Symbolism

The Ogham Trees - Ailm - Fir - Scots Pine (this one mentions Dionysus who was recently mentioned in one of the C's sessions - I think last summer. Interestingly, the word "Ogham" mentioned in this article is pronounced like "Om/Ohm"...
 
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