Eden Valley Institute has been ministering in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Loveland, Colorado, since 1962.
Eden Valley Institute is a place of healing. For the team, their guests’ health—both spiritual and physical—is everything. They want to ensure that those who finish a lifestyle session go forth living life to the fullest. From 1998 to 2009, 755 lifestyle guests received treatment at the hands of godly professionals. The personalized program includes consultations, exercise, hydrotherapy and massage, lectures, jacuzzi and sauna, as well as cooking demonstrations.
The vast majority of these people are living a more abundant life. More than 300 cancer patients have been guests, and 72 percent of them have extended their lives as well, giving concrete evidence that the instruction given to God’s people for healing is reliably effective. Aiding in that effectiveness is the health-promoting food grown on Eden Valley’s organic farm. Since its inception, the farm has continued to improve in production and finances. In early 2010 the team held their first Agricultural Seminar and School.
It has been demonstrated that success in ministry is intrinsically related to involvement in foreign missions. Accordingly, Eden Valley continues to support Eden Valley Foster Care Mission in Tanzania, Africa. In India they work closely with Roger and Barbara Stone in their Stone Valley Orphan Project. In the capital city of the Dominican Republic, Eden Valley helps operate a city center; and finally, former students of Eden Valley are running a very successful mission in Creel, Mexico. The team’s prayer is that they may glorify their Creator in all that they do.
In May, Mount Akagi Institute in Japan will host a mission group to help provide a much-needed facelift to its lifestyle center. For more than 50 years, Mount Akagi has facilitated medical missionary work in Japan. In 1978 three families from Eden Valley Institute, an OCI ministry in Colorado, helped to expand the work there….
Three OCI ministries are collaborating to restart the medical missionary school in Dominican Republic. For more than 15 years, Seventh-day Adventist lay-workers have faithfully endeavored to operate a small supporting ministry in Dominican Republic, called Country Life Institute (also known as Liga de Servicio Cristiano). In earlier years, the ministry had a vibrant educational program…
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yesterday · Charcoal therapy The year is 1830, P.F. Touery, a pharmacist is taking his life in his hands is downing a gram of strychnine,10 times the lethal dose, but the strychnine is mixed with 15 grams of finely ground charcoal and he suffers no ill effects. The magazine "Clinical Toxicology" 3/ l9 / 70 stated "Charcoal is the most valuable single agent currently available for treating poisonings." Charcoal will adsorb gases, solids, liquid, bacteria, viruses, bacterial toxins, hormones, products of wound secretions, carcinogens, toxins and will reduce swelling by taking up excess tissue fluid and products of allergies. Internal Indications: Flatulence (gas) (I've got a hunch what’s for lunch), Nausea, Colic, Jaundice (The need for exchange transfusion in babies with jaundice has been cut by more than 90% with the use of charcoal. ), Crohn’s, IBS, Ulcerative colitis, Hemorrhoids, and Peptic ulcers: need slurry water or tablets as needed. Prostatitis: hot charcoal promotes healing. Allow to remain as long as possible. Gastroenteritis: Colostomy odor. Poisons, Food poisoning, Diarrhea, Abdominal cramps, Sore throat, Toothache, Bad breath, Bacteria & viruses, Asthma. Tylenol Aspirin, opium, cocaine, amphetamines, Phenobarbital, lead, DDT, hemlock, mercury, chlorine, pesticides, penicillin, kerosene, radioactive substances and cobra venom to name just a few. Caustic agents such as lye (alkali) may be poorly adsorbed unless large quantities of charcoal are used. A more definitive treatment should be sought such as drinking dilute vinegar solution. (Half water, half vinegar) Gas masks, water filters, air filters etc. Drs. Hyden and Comstock experimented on 1500 OD patients. Of the 1500 1000 received charcoal, the other 500 refused it. Of the 1000 that received charcoal their CNS returned to normal in 2 hours time. Of the 500 that refused the charcoal their CNS returned to normal in 48 hours. The total surface area of the sum of the particles in a small cube of charcoal 2/5 of an inch is 1000 square meters or a field more than 33 square yards! How much charcoal should I give in poisonings? In experiments with human beings ratio of 10 parts charcoal to 1 part of aspirin (poison) proved effective.(50 grams of charcoal to 5 grams of Aspirin). Since a teaspoon of powdered charcoal weighs 4-5 grams an effective dose 10 teaspoons or nearly 1\4 cup charcoal. Charcoal Water: Put powder (about 2 tsp.) with a cup of water in rubber sealed lid jar, drink. Slurry Water: Same as charcoal water except double recipe and let it sit in still place for about 2 days. Equivalents: One tsp of charcoal powder = 4 capsules = 8 tablets Speed is important in giving charcoal. Nutrients adsorbed? Contraindications or Cautions: 1. Food interferes with effectiveness of. 2. Constipation possible (Use slurry water). 3. Inflammation of the bowel may have irritation (Use slurry water). 4. Not advisable to take routinely. 5. Medications adsorbed by. Charcoal tablets (homemade) Charcoal tablets are easy to make and are becoming a necessity to the conscientious therapist due to the sugars and additives found in the store bought varieties. The first two recipes have the added benefit of having herbal binders which offer two benefits the starch bound tablets do not have. Firstly, both of the herbs used are good for the digestive track. Secondly, they dissolve quicker (the best way to take charcoal tablets for quick results are to chew the tablets up before swallowing). The only disadvantages to the homemade tablets are 1) their larger size and 2) the fact that they don't look as nice as the store-bought varieties. But isn't that true of most homemade remedies? I mean doesn't a pure white tablet of aspirin have a more appealing look than the lowly black charcoal tablet? Or a stainless steel doctors checkup table than a massage table? Or how about a pure white loaf of wonder bread? But "The lord seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance" I Sam.16:7 The first recipe is my recipe of preference, but if the herb is not available or circumstances prevent the use of it, then don't worry, just use what you have available. Recipe #1 Ingredients: 2 parts Charcoal powder 1 part slippery elm bark powder Enough water to make a thick clay. #2 1 part Charcoal powder 1 part ground flaxseed Enough water to make a thick clay. #3 Same as #2 but instead of the flaxseed use any kind of starchy binder like oats or flour etc. Procedure: Spread mixture about 1/4" thick on cookie sheet and dry in oven for several hours at very low heat (you can score the mixture as you would crackers if you'd like more uniformity in your tablets). Break up into bite sized tablets. ENJOY! External, Indications: Infection , Inflammation, Spider bites, Insect bites or stings, Snake bites, Boils, Deodorizer, Eye infections, Ear, Bruises, Gangrene, Pain, Fevers, mosquito, bee, fire ant. l) Charcoal poultice 2) Hot charcoal baths. 3) charcoal baths. No soap. General Features. a. Charcoal poultice l) 3 T flaxseed ground (in blender or mill) or quick oats or flour 2) 3 T charcoal powder 3)1 cup water 4) Pour mixture onto a piece of old sheeting or paper toweling. Spread on the charcoal mixture. Fold cloth, place one thickness layer directly on area. Cover with piece of plastic held in place with tape or an ace bandage Change every 6-8 hours depending on severity of the infection or when it becomes dry or hard. Incontinent pads make good poultice material. Made from wood, coconut, black walnut shells, cereals, fruit pits corn cobs, prepared for charcoal broiling have chemicals added so do not use. Burned food: not good, can be carcinogenic. Contraindications 1. Open wounds – tattoos the skin black (some) HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN CHARCOAL If you are unable to obtain activated charcoal from a local store, you may make your own charcoal. Though it won't be activated, it can still be used by mouth as well as for poultices. Use burned or charred wood from your fireplace or campfire. Make sure that nothing but untreated wood or paper is burned in the fire. Put the charred pieces of wood in a cloth bag or old towel and pound to coarse granules, the size of peanuts or smaller. Then put in a blender and blend to a fine powder. If needed and/or time allows, make an out-door fire. Dig a pit approximately 12" deep and 18" x 18" and build a fire in it (small), using untreated wood. Hard wood such as oak or manzanita makes the best kind of charcoal. If more charcoal is needed build a fire After it is burning brightly, when the coals are red or white hot all the way through take them out with a long handled shovel, put it in a large pan with a lid, let it cool over night, then next morning blow/brush the ash off. Then proceed with the pounding and the blending as above. This method will be about the closest you can come to making activated charcoal yourself. It is best to use activated charcoal for internal use- Eden Valley country store sells it: 970 669 4867.
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last week · Many studies have shown that calorie restriction, without malnutrition, can increase lifespan and lower the risk of age-related diseases, such as cancer. H