I'm using a poultice to draw out my breast tumor- need advice
(San Antonio, Texas)
I'm starting a poultice healing journey tomorrow with Dr. Christopher Schultze's Black Draw Healing Poultice. I have ordered all the ingredients (a good resource for bulk herbs is www.presentmoment.com) and I'm excited and nervous at the same time.
My main concern lies in HOW LONG to leave a poultice mixture on at one time. I consider myself a pretty savvy researcher, but still cannot seem to locate this information online. Anyone that could please provide guidance would be so appreciated.
Once the tumor is out, I will be using the Healing Poultice to rebuild the hole that will be left behind. The team of cancer medical doctors are furious with me for not allowing them to just amputate my breast. I put off my surgery until "after the holidays" and they feel like I'll surely die. But I don't think this is the case at all; it's just an intuitive feeling that I have. I've read several very telling books regarding typical western medicine in reference to cancer, and I can tell you that chopping off my breast and taking out my lymph nodes (the basic seat of the immune system) is not where I want to go with this thing.
Incidentally, they were all completely shocked when tests revealed that the cancer had not spread to anywhere else in my body. But they still wouldn't hear anything I had to say about juicing, drinking ESSIAC tea, taking Dr. Schultze's Detax tincture, urine therapy, reiki, etc.
Oh, well. Anyway- PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE - anyone who can guide me on my poultice journey, please tell me how long I should leave one poultice on at a time. I've read that I can leave the paste on overnight, and also to change the poultice when it dries out- but this is general information. The ingredients in my black draw poultice are as follows:
1) 1 heaping handful of fresh red clover blossoms
2) 1/2 a handful of fresh chaparral leaf
3) 1/4 cup of fresh, grated poke root
4) 2 tablespoons of goldenseal root powder (expensive stuff!)
5) 2 tablespoons of activated willow charcoal
6) 1 teaspoon tea tree oil
7) 1 teaspoon of bloodroot tincture
8) 1 cup Bentonite clay
9) 1 cup slippery elm inner bark
10) 12 large garlic cloves (for surgery, since the tumor has already started to burst through the skin)
Blend the above ingredients in a blender, then add the following to make a paste:
1/2 quart apple cider vinegar
1/2 quart distilled water