Monday, November 22, 2010
Old Fasioned recipe for Egg shell Arthritis cure
Awhile ago I was reminded about the eggshell secret while reading an article from No Greater Joy a magazine. The article stood out to me though it hadn't in the past the reason being someone very special to me has had extreme pain from arthritis with not much help from different medicines. This very special lady is my husbands Grandmother Rose. Grandma Rose could get help from it possibly so I set about incorporating everything I could ever remember having read about this old remedy. I put all the methods together and came up with this. First purchase organic eggs and vinegar. Organic eggs are very important. Regular store eggs contain very little nutrients. Study this on your own if you care to or take my word. Then take 3-4 egg shells, just the empty shells and rinse them with water. I use the eggs to make something why waist the nutrients? In a small sauce pan crumple the egg shells up and cover with approximately 2 inches of water. Bring this water to a gentle boil for 10 min. Then turn the heat off. When the water has cooled add approximately 1 and 1/2 tablespoons of vinegar. Let this sit on a counter or somewhere room temperature for 3 hr.s. Then strain the eggshells out and store in the fridge for up to 10 days. Everyday take a swig or two. Start out with just one swig as you don't want to take more then you need then if the pain is still there take two. You will also be getting significant amounts of vitamin D and Calcium. Grandma Roses testimony is this- she very rarely feels pain now. The pain 1st left her back and now is beginning to leave her fingers. Her doctors were unable to get her vitamin D levels up. However the last time they did blood work her D had gone up from 25-26 to 70. I'm not sure what that means but her doctor asked for the recipe. This is really an old fashioned remedy but it works and since so many people keep asking about it I figured I'd blog about it. That way I can just point you all to my blog. My Grandma calls it her medicinal moonshine. Let me know if you have further questions.