If you suffer from cysts or fibroma you can try this simple and effective natural cure that has been used for centuries in traditional Japanese medicine.
Taro root (Latin Colocasia Esculenta) is safe to eat corm from the family of Araceae plants. CORM (not corn), is, in essence, a thickened underground stalk where the plant supplies its nutrients.
Grown in tropical regions, taro root has an influential “toxin-drawing” capability. It can be utilized to “draw out” toxic wastes stored in the body’s cells.
HEALTH BENEFITS OF A TARO PLASTER
Taro plasters or Taro packs can be used to relieve aches and pains, in particular:
- To treat fibromas (benign tumors), cysts and lymphatic swelling
- Taro compress packs can decrease inflammation of any sort
- Taro can be used to ease the healing process in cases of injuries such as, joint sprains and strains, broken bones, or arthritic joint pains
- Putting a taro pack at the back of the ear can ease ear problems
STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO MAKE A TARO ROOT PLASTER
For this taro plaster cure, you will be using two diverse separate treatments: a ginger compress that will be followed instantly by a taro plaster.
What You Need:
Taro plaster compress:
- Taro root
- Fresh ginger grated
- 1 clean bandage
For ginger compress:
- 120g of fresh ginger root (better option) or 1 tablespoon of powdered ginger.
- Big pan with a lid.
- 1 liter of fresh water
- A grater
- 1 large towel and 2 hand cloths.
- Small cotton bag with string to close it.
- Rubber gloves
You will put the taro plaster instantly following the ginger compress, so have both of the remedies prepared before you begin.
Step 1: Ginger Compress (5 Minutes):
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- You can find the procedure for the ginger compress.
The ginger compress will rouse circulation and get ready the affected area for a more efficient taro plaster treatment.
Step 2: Apply The Taro Plaster:
- Peel the taro root.
- Grate the inner white of the taro root and mix with 5% grated ginger root.
- Place a half-inch coating of this mixture directly on the skin and cover it with a linen cloth.
- Hold the mixture tightly in place with the bandage.
- Let the taro plaster stay for 4/5 hours. This permits time for the treatment to take effect.
FAQ ON USE OF TARO PLASTER
How long do I need to carry on the taro plaster treatment?
For an efficient treatment, you will need to repeat this procedure every day for at least two weeks.
Tip: Given the length and regularity of the treatment, it is significant you firmly close the plaster in place, and make sure that you are comfortable. This will let you carry on with your everyday chores.
Where to buy taro/albi root?
You can find Taro root in natural food stores, Armenian or Chinese groceries or Asian stores. Taro (a.k.a. albi or kalo) is comparable to a yam, although its skin is dark brown and hairy. For our purposes, it is desirable to choose smaller tubers, since they are believed to be more efficient for plasters.