Recipe Bald's Eye Salve
Are we on the verge of a revival of "Renaissance Medicine"?
Date: 4/19/2015 12:40:00 AM ( 6 y ) ... viewed 2987 times
"Recent discoveries reported in the LA Times regarding the effectiveness of a Medieval herbal potion against the MRSA 252 virus comes as no surprise to the teachers at Portland's Lost Secret's of Renaissance Medicine Conference. (Judith Hill) initiated this small, scholarly event to initiate an exploration of ancient medical methods and paradigms. As western medicine progressed through the ages, we discarded, en totale, the bulk of indigenous European medicine, while simultaneously ignoring the wisdom of Native America, China, India, Polynesia and Africa.
This small but timely discovery of a recipe from Bald's 10th Century "leech book" encourages us to look for more lost gems. What else did they know? What else have we lost? Maybe it's high time to caste a backwards glance. Join us at this year's conference, when we will do just that!
Just enjoyed a very impressive youtube video reagrding this:
The recipe for this ancient antibiotic.
"Bald's eye salve
- Equal amounts of garlic and another allium (onion or leek), finely chopped and crushed in a mortar for two minutes.
- Add 25ml (0.87 fl oz) of English wine - in this case, taken from a historic vineyard near Glastonbury.
- Dissolve bovine salts in distilled water, add and then keep chilled for nine days at 4 degrees Celsius before straining through a cloth to remove particulates."
I immediately think of "Thieves Vinegar" (which I have made a number of times over the years) and prefer to have a stock of it on hand. Garlic is typically one of the several ingredients in making Thieves. I have also known that onion has been reputed to have powerful anti-nasties properties.
 Judith Hill is is a lifetime, second generational astrologer and award winning author. She has performed over 9000 in depth personal readings and is proficient in most branches of Classical Western Astrology including: Vocation, Location, Medical, Natal, Transit-Progressed, Spiritual, Comparative Analysis, Electional (selecting dates for important life events); Gem Selection; Fertility Dating and Horary Astrology (the art of answering special questions from exact times). Her consulting experience is vast, having read for men and women of most nations, ages and professions. She is also well versed in the outside subjects of: Herbology, Vedic Astrology, History, Theology, Art, Music, Metaphysics, Feng Shui, Phrenology, Psychology and Anthropology.
Some of Ms. Hill’s professional accomplishments include:
She successfully matched five charts to five biographies in an NCGR sponsored skeptics’ challenge in 1989.
Judith was awarded the Paul R. Grell “Best Book Award” from American Federation of Astrologers, Inc. for AFA publications, 1999.
She is the author of seven books including the now classic The Astrological Body Types. (1993, Borderland Sciences Research Foundation).
Her additional titles include the award winning Vocational Astrology; The Mars-Redhead Files; The Part of Fortune in Astrology; Astroseismology; and Medical Astrology, A Guide to Planetary Pathology (2004, by Stellium Press, 2005 - listed as a “top ten” book in this genre by the Astrology Center of America.)
Hill was writer for four years for the IAS. Her articles were historic as a probable first in depth scholastic quarterly on Astrology outside of the astrological press.
Selected “Best Astrologer in Portland” for one year by the Willamette Week in the late 1990s.
Founded Redheads Research - an international ten year research project of astrology and genetics; resulting in the international publication.
Her breakthrough astro-genetics research was featured on TV’s Strange Universe.
She internationally published breakthrough research papers in both astro-genetics and astro-seismology (see the bookshop).
Founded Stellium Press, a publishing house dedicated to fine astrological, whimsical and spiritual books.
Her first paid astrological reading was at the age of fourteen, following a four year intensive training with a skilled relative. She has been reading charts for every possible type of person ever since!
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