Has anyone ever told you that the best things in life are free?? Well, that could be true. Would you pay more attention if I said that it's gonna really cost you to get this kind of information out of me? What if it cost so much you had to put your first born in the pawn shop just to get it?
O.K., this is free, at least the information is free and the material will only cost you a few cents. You should have it in your kitchen right now.
A little matter has to be taken care of before I can say anything because of this manipulating blood sucking leach society. It's a matter of a legal document called a "disclaimer". It would go something like this - "This material is for information purposes only. It is not intended to treat anyone for any condition whatsoever. Before attempting to make or use anything in this article, be sure you consult your medical examiner or physician first". Did you ever hear such malarchy (I'm being nice) as that? Did I mention blood sucking leaches?
O.K., I've told you the "disclaimer". Now, do with the information as you wish. I will only tell you what I do with this product.
At the top of this article are the letters PF 1. What does that stand for? It stands for Parched Flour. Parched flour is #1 in my book. I can't tell you what it will do, so I'll just tell you what it has done for me.
Parched flour is the first thing I reach for in several situations.
First example, diaper rash. You clean that little babies behind and you powder it down with talc powder, doesn't matter whose name is on the label. Makes you feel better - all that "fresh" perfume mixed in there. But, the baby keeps on fussing. What we don't realize is that poor little babies butt is burning . He or she is very uncomfortable. So, here's the perfect test. Forget that smelly good stuff and rub a little parched flour on. You'll (within 3 seconds) hear a sigh of relief because the burning sensation is gone.
I'm a country boy. I don't go to the doctor everytime I'm cut or scraped. I reach for parched flour and slap it on. If it's bad enough I wrap a rag around it with parched flour packed inside. I heal quickly and with no scar.
I had a fungus infection between my toes some years ago and guess what happened when I packed parched flour between my toes and then put my socks and shoes on. Yep, a couple days and no more problem.
I had a calf get caught in barbed wire fence and ripped a pretty good slice open. So, I packed it with parched flour and taped her up. She healed very quickly.
What's the danger of such a product? Ohh, I guess if I swallowed more than a bucket full at one time or tried inhaling it, that could be a problem.
You won't (at least, I haven't) find anything in your resources about parched flour except some people parch their flour for traveling. Makes it easier to eat, don't ya know.
I didn't mention that I keep it handy just in case I get burned. My wife's a great cook so I don't mess around in the kitchen a lot, but if one of us gets burned you know where we reach. I tell you, it's amazing.
Now, how do you make this stuff? I don't know, but I know how I make it. Very simple. I use a cast iron skillet with NO oil or anything else in it. I throw a handful of flour into the skillet on low/medium heat and move it around with a steel or wooden spatula. It is a slow process and takes 20 minutes or so. I keep stirring this dry flour until it begins to turn a little brown. Just a little. At that point it has changed chemically and is active whenever I wish to use it. Sort of a difficult - technical process, huh?
Let me know what you think if you ever try it.
Do you like those free-bees? Would you like another? I've several more.
Here's a good one. Hulda R. Clark authored a book (600 and some pages) called " The Cure For All Diseases ". This lady is a genius. She writes in such a manner that even I can understand it. It doesn't matter what the problem, the cure is simple and so cheap, it's almost free.
She shows us how to build the "zapper". No you won't feel a thing, but it zaps parasites at the rate of 30,000 beats per second. I have had her book since about 1996 and I've made zappers for my children and brothers and sisters. And, I may be a noid, but I'm not paranoid when I say I keep a zapper with me on my travels as well as handy in our home.
One more word about Hulda Clark - if people knew about her book and did as she explains, the medical establishment would be standing in the unemployed line somewhere. Thank you Hulda R. Clark.
O.K., folks, I'm signing off for now. It's time for me to get some sleep. Please remember to visit my products page. It helps to keep me doing this and out of a soup line somewhere.