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Arsenal 1 Strange uses Recipe

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jacqueline shults

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Aspirin crushed and made into paste for acne

Tube Sock filled 3/4 full with dry beans, rice or salt rock. Tie shut and heat 3 minutes in microwave as a moldable heat wrap

Slice of potato abt 1/4" think lay on bite, splinter etc and wrap. Replace 2-3 times a day. This will draw out infection or splinters

Vicks: on bottom of feet for fever and cold. Small dab in ears for earache and colds. Great for chapped lips hands and feet.

Activated Charcoal make a paste on put on spider or snake bite replace every 20 minutes until improvement shows to draw out venom.
Will stop diarrhea. Helps food poisoning by grabbing foreign substance in stomach and expelling it

Pure Cold Pressed Castor oil on drop in each eye at bedtime (temp causes dbl vison) for cataract cure

Castor oil rubbed into scalp will strengthen hair and promote growth

DMSO rubbed on sore muscles
in saline eye drops at add 10% DMSO to 90% eye drops for Glaucoma Stings for about 15 seconds.

Pure Turpentine for sore muscles. 10 drops on a sugar cube once a day to do a parasite detox.

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