10 Million Elk Can’t Be Wrong
Echinea angustifolia and calcarea picrica have been mentioned and described as two of the ingredients in BoilX.
The remaining ingredients are:
What is it: An alcoholic extract of the anthrax poison prepared from the spleens of affected sheep. Diluted to completely safe and harmless levels of course, without even the slightest trace of the original substance.
How does it work: Effective in the treatment of ulcers, boils and carbuncles, as well as inflammation and burning sensation in connective tissue.
Baptisia Tinctoria (Wild Indigo)
What is it: A herb commonly known as wild indigo that grows in most of North America.
How does it work: Fights fever and bacteria infections. This is another remedy used by Native Americans and European settlers.
What is it: Beef mixed with water and left to decompose for around three weeks. The mixture is then filtered and blended with glycerine.
Glycerine is also known as glycol, or glycerol. It is sweet tasting and non-toxic.
Vegetable glycerine is traditionally made from vegetable fat. It is a thick, odourless liquid that completely dissolves in water. It also has the ability to absorb water from the air.
How does it work: Antiseptic, fights infections and inflammations.
What is it: A mix of finely ground oyster shell powder and the flowers of sulfur. The mixture is heated in an airtight container before it’s dissolved in hot hydrochloric acid and processed using milk sugar or lactose.
Finally, the solution is diluted to the desired levels.
As with all homeopathic remedies, the resulting product hepar sulphur has no trace of the substances that were used to make it.
How does it work: Helps drain the pus from boils.
What is it: Prepared from a salt, mercuric chloride, which is found in the United States, Mexico, Germany, and former Yugoslavia.
How does it work: A powerful disinfectant that prevents inflammation.
Unless you know that you are not allergic to any ingredient, you should get yourself allergy-tested before you start using BoilX. Pay particular attention to possible sulphur allergy.
Allergy is the only caveat you need to think of, as there are no known side effects with BoilX or any other homepathic remedy.
Native Americans used echinea angustifolia (as well as other herbs) for centuries before homeopathy was invented. They learned about it by observing that wounded or sick elk would seek it out and eat it. So they named the herb “elk root”.
Contrary to what many people have come to think, Native American indians did not use echinacea to treat or prevent colds.
That belief came from a Swiss supplement maker’s wrong understanding that it could prevent the common cold, and that Native American tribes in South Dakota used echinacea as a cold remedy. It can’t, and they didn’t.
Several, if not all, Native American tribes used echinacea. They used it for different purposes, none of which was the treatment of colds.
For instance, some tribes, like the Kiowa and the Cheyenne, used it for sore throats and coughs.
It was the Pawnee remedy of choice for headaches.
The Lakota used it as a painkiller.
The true teacher in this case as well as many others, was nature itself. Humans learned by watching the North American elk.
Before European settlement began, an estimated 10 million elk roamed nearly all of North America.