Turpentine's Power as a Healing Substance

Turpentine's Power as a Healing Substance

I was introduced to the use of turpentine in medicine at the beginning of 2020 by our friend Andrew Kaufman. After hearing about its history and the rationale for its use, I almost slapped my forehead. "How did I miss this?" I wondered.

Turpentine, which is simply a distillate of pine resin, has been used as a medicine for a very long time. According to the world's turpentine expert, Dr. Jennifer Daniels, turpentine was the only medicine the African slaves in the U.S. were allowed to use for many decades. The only good news about this restriction was that it probably was the only medicine they needed. 

Among its many properties, turpentine is a strong natural solvent. It not only dissolves paint and stains, it also can dissolve the accumulated waste products that build up in our tissues. It is these waste products that feed the erroneously named pathogens, such as fungi and bacteria, whose only role is to feed off of and biodegrade the dead cells and tissues that result from the accumulation of toxic debris.

Ingesting turpentine, inhaling turpentine or using it topically allows it to penetrate into our tissues and organs, loosening and dissolving these accumulated toxins and allowing them to be safely excreted out of the body. This is the essence of real healing, and nothing facilitates this process better than turpentine.

I'm happy that we're now able to offer a pure and safe turpentine for our customers. To learn about its proper and safe use, please watch this podcast interview with Dr. Kaufman, in which all the details are explained. Turpentine is perhaps the one medicine that everyone should have in their home-care supplies.

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Mary Wrenne on

Listen to Dr. Andrew Kaufman and Dr. Tom Cowan as they discuss the Covid 19 and many things related please on www.vaticancatholic.com and Brighteon.com
Critical and important information for everybody to enjoy! God bless you and thank you too 🙏 x

Margaret Woodmansee on

can i still purchase the protocol for turpentine???

Barb on

I think it’s critical to make the distinction between gum if spirits turpentine and turpentine from the hardware store. The former used back in the day to treat health issues and the later which is poisonous and toxic. For new readers. Theis understanding is critical. As well…..proper elimination is vital before using internally. To avoid awful herxxing. Dislodging parasites is so important for our health but we need to be certain they are exiting our bodies when sludged off internally and dislodged. Start slow. Go easy. Health is in the smallest of doses and poisonous is also in the dosing. Wellness to everyone seeking better health and less ailments. Signed and MS sufferer on her way to less dis – ease.

Billie Kruger on

In response to Douglas George, above, my family has had success with DMSO, Vitamin C, and glutathione. (Less success, however, getting the required prescription renewed.)


Dr. Rowen’s Eye Drops
A simple eye-drop formulation, made popular by Dr. Robert Rowen, MD, has also shown promise in the prevention and treatment of cataracts. Known as “Dr. Rowen’s Eye Drops”, the formula contains DMSO, Glutathione, and Vitamin C. All three ingredients have powerful antioxidant properties that battle free radicals and are important nutrients in overall eye health.
Glutathione: Eyes deficient in glutathione are more susceptible to cataracts and other eye diseases and contain approximately one-fifth the amount of glutathione compared to normal lenses.
DMSO: Is a natural solvent that can carry other drugs with it across membranes, enhancing the delivery of companion ingredients.
Vitamin C: The sclera of the eye is dependent on vitamin C for good health, and research has shown that cataracts can begin when vitamin C becomes deficient.
This formulation is available through College Pharmacy with a prescription. For more information about Dr. Rowen’s Eye Drops, or to speak to a pharmacist about vitamin supplements for eye health, contact College Pharmacy directly.

FloatingOnSmiles (FOS) Aqui on

Decades ago I heard that in the 1800’s, families would get together spring & fall and all take some turpentine (can’t remember amount) for parasite removal.

Douglas George on

Sounds very much like DMSO.Dimethyl sulfoxide. I’ve been using this for years.
Perhaps you should do a ‘briefing’ on it in one of your weekly pod casts.

Cheryl Pierce on

Turpentine saved my tooth. I had a crown remade as it came off and was defective. After the dentist put the new crown on, I noticed my tooth started to hurt a little. As time went by, I could tell it was infected. I had very little tooth left and had many crowns from having so much amalgam taken out. This infection went on for over a year. It was getting worse but still manageable. I didn’t want to lose a tooth and I wasn’t well enough to want to mess with the dentist again. As time moved along the pain increased and I knew I had to do something. I went to the Earth Clinic website and found this protocol from someone who had used it. 1/2 teaspoon turpentine swished in the mouth for two minutes twice a day for about a week. It worked and that was several years ago.

heather guidi on

Turpentine, castor oil, colloidal silver, and urine are the only curatives in my house.

Kaisa Sipponen on

I absolutely love Turpentine. I have done turpentine protocol with sugar and I have also used it couple drops with water during my fasts. It is the most powerful cleanser what I have used. When waste and toxins are out of tissues the parasites will leave as well and you can even see them in your stool.

Kay on

Tom I have heard you say something to the effect of – when you hear the word ‘expert’ run a mile ??

Linda Pace on

I wondered what my grandmother was doing when she took a spoon of turpentine for a chest cold! I grew up in the mountains of NC where folk medicine was about the only thing available—at least to the elders who had grown up with it. Poke shoots (before the purple pigments) were a spring tonic. Tick repellent was a compound of flowers of sulphur and bacon grease. Pickled foods at every meal.

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