Miracle Salve – Natural Ointment that Cures Many Diseases

We bring you the recipe for this “miraculous ointment” from one popular Russian website of alternative medicine. This ointment is very easy to prepare and also is very effective. This “miraculous ointment” is able to cure many diseases.

People use this salve to cure bronchitis, otitis media, pharyngitis, swelling, bruises, open wounds, cracks on the hands and feet, sore ovaries, trophic ulcers, female diseases. This ointment has been used successfully for burns.

Depending on the disease this ointment needs to be rub on the affected place or to be put as a trim. It can even be used for internal use. In that case you need to take half a teaspoon three times a day before meals. Have no worries this ointment is absolutely harmless.

Necessary ingredients:

  • 1 egg
  • 400 ml of vegetable oil
  • piece of beeswax – about 60 grams (about the size of a two matchboxes)

Firs of all cook the egg. You will take only need the yolk. Peel the boiled egg and mash the yolk a little bit.Take one sauce pan and fill it with oil. In it add a piece of wax. Put it on low heat and wait until the wax has melted.  When the wax has melted you will hear “crackling”. As soon as you hear this take the yolk and using your fingers drop a bit by bit in the sauce pan. The oil will begin to foam, so be prepared to quickly remove the sauce pan from the heat. As soon as the oil is cooled a little bit, put it again on the stove. Continue to throw the yolk until the end and stir it constantly with a spoon. You will notice that the mixture will change color and it will become dark brown. Remove the sauce pan from heat and leave it for 15-20 minutes. Then strain it well and throw the yolk crumbs. When the ointment has cooled, place it in a glass jar and close well with a lid. The ointment is to be stored in the refrigerator for up to 10 months.

This ointment is very efficient. One thing you need to remember if the ointment is used for trimming, it is necessary to warm it up on a water steam (at approximately 40 degrees).