Charcoal: The Word's Most Powerful Clinical Adsorbent by Agatha Thrash

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Drs. Calvin and Agatha Thrash have taken a long, close look at medicine. Both are physicians who have seen the baleful effects of disease. In the late 60s, they reasoned cause to effect and determined that by preventative medicine, many diseases could be eliminated.

Leaving their private practices, they founded Uchee Pines Institute in 1970, a non-profit natural health education institution. There, many simple remedies are used in the practice of health recovery such as hydrotherapy, massage, diet, and, of course, charcoal. This book looks primarily at charcoal's medicinal properties, although citing a number of other applications.

The book contains extensive research and information about how charcoal works and how to use it effectively for medicinal purposes for everything from insect and reptile bites to cancer and intestinal problems.

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Linda B.
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Quick quality survive with excellent evangelism materials.

Amazing facts is a great Christian organization with truthful literature and books.


Very good book

Very informative and practical. Easy to understand.

Agatha Thrash

Agatha ThrashAgatha Thrash M. D. graduated from the Medical College of Georgia and did specialty training in Pathology at Emory University. She was certified by the American Board of Pathology, and practiced hospital and private pathology for about 15 years, and Forensic pathology part time for about 35 years. She serves on staff at Uchee Pines Institute practicing natural medicine for the last 37 years.

She ran a home birth service in Russell County, Alabama for ten years, and served as the Public Health officer head of the Lay Midwife Association of Russell County. During this time she has written a number of books about natural medicine, and hundreds of counseling papers on a variety of topics for patients. She lectures widely in Natural Remedies and Nutrition.

Charcoal: The Word's Most Powerful Clinical Adsorbent by Agatha Thrash