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Famous ancient recipe named by the 18th
century Swedish Physician,
Dr. Claus Samst, formulated by Dr. Phillipus Paracelsus, a Swiss Physician who lived
1541. Maria Treben rediscovered the recipe and notes for use. She is
the distinguished Austrian herbalist who brought the magic blend to the
hope to have a bind rune to offer in the near future. It was
designed by my son Daniel, when he was 3 years old. He told me which
runes to draw and where to put them. The result was a beautiful figure
full of meaning. He named her Hope
is a new blend I developed
when one of my sons suddenly had
a large wart grow out of his chin. He applied a drop several times a
day until about 3 days after it had shrunk to flush with his skin. When
he forgot to do it the wart immediately began to grow back so it is
important to be consistant. Once he was persistant it went away and
never returned. It has been used on several types of warts and moles so
I assume it is a panacea in the wart-mole realm.
is a sensual blend that is both
grounding and euphoric. It
helps to protect and honor your sacred personal space while at the same
time merging into oneness with another. This is helpful both in the
therapeutic setting or in the bedroom.
Eye of Ra
is a blend best used diluted as a
massage oil if using around
the eyes. If a drop is applied to the reflex point in the feet it can
be used undiluted
I developed it for my seventh son, Michael who developed what I thought
was styes. It turned out to be chalazions.
A chalazion is a lump that develops in any of the meibomian glands
around the eye. These glands produce the waxy/oily substance that help
make up tears and get plugged causing a swelling that will come to a
head and drain. Sometimes there can also be a secondary infection
involved. The usual recommended treatment is the same as with a stye:
Warm compresses and gentle massage to encourage it to drain.
Michael would have nothing to do with covering his eye with a compress
so we did many baths and played "Peek-a-boo". I placed the warm wet
wash cloth over his eye saying, "where's Michael" until he would move
his head aside looking expectantly. Then I'd say, "peek-a-boo!" We
continued this for 5-10 minutes or until he tired of it. He enjoyed the
massage oil rubbed around his eye. I was careful not to get it into his
eye. I also put it on his feet, especially the foot on the side of the
chalazion and especially on the 2nd and 3rd toes which correspond to
the eyes. I took this opportunity to apply reflexology to those toes.
It can take 2 week to two months for it to clear. If it gets very
interfering with vision, or you are concerned there might be bacterial
infection, see your doctor.
When I think about the underlying energetic cause of this sort of
blockage, I immediately think of the Jewish story about the oil for the
Holy Menorah mysteriously never running out. This was a sign to them of
the protection they received over their needs, for light and food. So I
have to wonder if this block of necessary oil to protect my baby's eyes
was symbolic of the fact that mother wasn't always there to see to his
needs. Michael is the first of seven sons that didn't have there mother
as primary care provider, although I did the best I could while having
to work away from home. Of course, I would aslo have to look to which
eye is involved. For a male, the right eye represents the Sun and the
father. The left eye represents the Moon and mother.