I decided to post one of the Japanese traditional home remedies, taro(albi/eddo) plaster recipe for my loving families and friends in Barbados. I hope this recipe will come handy. I can not guarantee it works for everybody, but at least it helped my son to recover his knee after the surgery. It has also helped me in many circumstances such as, when I got a bruise, sprain, swelling or the virulent insect bit my face. Taro plaster is very powerful! It removes toxins out of your body. Also all the ingredients (taro, ginger, wheat flour) are easy to get at any local store. If you have any questions, you can email me at shinobeau@iCloud.com.
Taro (Albi/Eddo) Plaster
Often used after a ginger compress to collect stagnated toxic matter and draw it out of the body. Peel off potato skin and grate the white interior. Mix with 5% grated fresh ginger and the organic flower(about the same amount of taro). Spread this mixture in a 1/2- inch-thick layer onto fresh cotton linen and apply the taro side directly to the skin. Change every 4 -5 hours.
Special considerations for cancer cases: The taro plaster has the effect of drawing cancerous toxins out of the body and is particularly effective in removing carbon and other minerals often contained in tumors. If, when the plaster is removed, the light-colored mixture has become dark or brown, or if the skin where the plaster was applied also takes on a dark color, this change indicates that excessive carbon and other elements are being discharged through the skin. This treatment will gradually reduce the size of the tumor. If you like to learn more about the traditonal home remedies, you can check this site.
Taro is very powerful at removing foreign matter from the body. So, please be careful for putting over areas that have replacement parts, such as hip replacement, or metal pins. The taro root plaster might work on drawing these foreign objects out of the body.
Here’s the complete recipe for taro(albi/eddo) plaster on page 137-141.
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