Has anyone heard of or tired a turpentine enema? I have not tried one. I am just very curious as I read about it in one of Bill's citations of Turpentine uses in the early part of the century. They used it for bad constipation.
Bill, thanks so much for all the great information, really appreciated. Found a german seller of turpentine on ebay that I'd like to ask you about. They are selling a product which they call pure gum turpentine, however they only use the cones from the pine tree to produce the turpentine. This is not the traditional way to extract the sap from the tree, so do you think this could be pure gum turpentine? What do you think?
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Los Angeles, CA
Approval Ratings YEA (1) 100% Posted by Lori (America) on 01/15/2015
[YEA] A doctor for NASA sent me a product. He said when they send astronauts into space they can't have them get sick. He said the germs that make people sick first incubate in the back of the throat where the nose and ears meet, where you can't reach gargling. His product was a small tincture, the instructions were to put drops in your nose so it will reach the place in the back of the throat. That was the best product. It cleared that space of mucus instantly. It wasn't for sale after I ran out I couldn't get any more.
After I started turpentine, I tried it in my nose. Now I know what the secret ingredient was that the product the NASA Dr used: turpentine, not even diluted. It works great.Replied by Cindy