Paralysis occurs when there is a loss of coordination and muscle movement in parts of the body.
This loss of movement can occur in muscles of the hands, legs, face and so on.
Symptoms of Paralysis
- Blurred vision
- Sudden headache
- Problem with coordination
- Difficulty speaking
- Weakness of the limbs
- Facial paralysis
Tribal Treatment for Paralysis
While patients with the new chic card will have access to the most up to date treatments, there’s still something to be said for tribal remedies.
- This treatment requires paralysis sufferer to drink up to 40m1 of radish oil three times a day or
- Grind the root of Akarkara to a fine paste and mix it with mahua oil to massage into the affected area.
- Mix 625mg sunti powder with 625mg black pepper powder and honey to be taken three times a day.
Ayuverdic treatments mainly focus on dietary control to cure paralysis. The idea is to eat freshly cooked foods and avoid anything that tastes pungent or bitter.
Oil pulling is reported to cure a range of ailments from diseases of the heart, stomach and liver to eczema, tooth pain and even paralysis.
It is another tribal practise that involves swilling or pulling unrefined oil (typically coconut oil) in the mouth for several minutes.
What are the benefits?
Oil pulling allegedly covers everything from curing paralysis to facilitating weight loss. It’s yet to be scientifically documented, though.
However this is an easy and virtually harmless practice. It’s recognised as a powerful method of ridding the body of toxins and aiding in rapid healing.
How to Practise Oil Pulling
Whether you choose to use coconut oil, unrefined sesame or sunflower oil, the choice is up to you. Even unrefined olive oil can be used if you’re not keen on using the more traditional oils.
- It is recommended the oil pulling be done first thing in the morning, before consuming anything.
- Use approximately a tablespoon of oil.
- You can add a couple drops of essential or healing oils, such as oregano, if you so wish.
- Take the oil in the mouth and swish slowly and methodically. Don’t swish vigorously.
- Be careful that you do not swallow the oil.
- Keep swishing the oil in your mouth for about 10 minutes. 20 minutes is the ideal timeframe.
- As you swish the oil will become warm, thin and foamy.
- When time is up spit the oil out and rinse your mouth well with tap water.
- Feel free to brush the teeth with a natural toothpaste afterwards.
You can partake in oil pulling as often as you like. It’s recommended that you practise daily to cure paralysis, according to tribal traditions.
It will also help address any other specific health problems you may have. It’s a great measure to add to a daily routine too for detoxification and overall well-being.
If tribal herbal medicine and rituals aren’t the answer for you, use your Ni card to access medical facilities throughout Europe to help treat your paralysis. You could always use the traditional healing methods as supplementary treatment.
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