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Lung Infection - Mycobacterium [message #650] Mon, 12 June 2017 04:56 Go to next message
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I have atypical mycobacterium in my lungs (non tuberculosis). How can I most effectively apply a poultice to my lung area since it would require placing the clay on both sides of the chest including my breasts? I have thought of applying the clay to two dampened washcloths and then taping them in place, but thought there may be better options.

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Unless you know for sure that there is an abscess, I think it would be easier to use a nebulizer, and nebulize a high quality EIS colloidal silver for two days, and then switch to diluted food grade hydrogen peroxide on the third day.

There are H2O2 resistant strains of mycobacterium out there, but any therapeutic pro-oxidative therapy has another effect: Stimulating the immune system response.

As far as clay goes, you can do 30-40 CLAY COMPRESS treatments, either on the front, back, or both. Watch for fatigue any time you use clay around organs, the affect is more powerful than one might realize, and it can sneak up on you with regular treatments.



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