Fashioning the fanciest bandages ever out of gold leaf.

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Apply the gold to long-standing deep and open skin ulcers. Read more:

Today I bring an extract from a book with the title "Edgar Cayce – The sleeping prophet" by Jess Stearn, 1967:

Back fifty years ago Cayce prescribed gold chloride for a multitude of ills. Asked once what gold chloride would cure, if anything, he characteristically replied: "Chloride of gold - any condition wherein there is any form of the condition bordering on rheumatics, or of rejuvenating any organ of the system delinquent of action."

A report on the rejuvenating powers of gold confirming all and more that Cayce held out for it, appeared in the Washington Star, September 5, 1965. "Doctors here," it began, "are fashioning the fanciest bandages ever – out of gold leaf. ‘Nobody knows why,’ one said ‘but damn it, it works. It seems to relieve pain and stop the oozing from severe burns and skin ulcers and sores. Best of all, it apparently speeds the wounds’ healing.’ Patients, who might ordinarily heal only after weeks in a hospital, the doctors reported, make such rapid progress that they were sometimes able to continue with their jobs while the gold did its repair work." The experiments were the work of Drs. John P. Gallagher and Charles F. Geschickter, working together and their report was originally carried in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Gold was also used effectively in treating patients at the Hebrew Home for the Aged in Washington. As the press reported: "Thin sheets of gold have given spectacular results when applied to big, open wounds and sores. Dr. Naomi M. Kanof, a dermatologist, applied the gold to long-standing deep and open skin ulcers resulting from injuries, diabetic and varicose conditions, and from the deterioration known by the mild name of bedsores."

"In private practice here," the report continued, "the gold leaf has been used even on gangrenous ulcers and, in at least one case, on an open wound from X-rays used in treating another condition."

 

I am bringing this extract because I made use of gold myself. I read the above mentioned book more than ten years ago und made a few notes about it and now these notes became very handy and I applied them and that with good success.

 

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