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How to make your own herbal suppositories

Aloe Vera Suppository herbal suppositories Parasite/Worm Expeller suppositories Tea Tree Oil Suppository

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With our current levels of malnutrition and gut degradation, it is virtually impossible to make a health transformation using our mouths alone. Supplements and nutrients inserted rectally have the benefit of crossing the blood brain barrier almost instantly, and bypassing the process of digestion. One advantage of making your own suppositories is you have full control of what ingredients to use to suit your unique needs. These methods of herbal application can be quite useful and very effective when dealing with specific local issues and for treating folks who are unable to take an oral remedy for various reasons.

What are herbal suppositories?

Basically, a suppository is a single dose bolus or herbal mass made of solid oils or gelatinous semi solids containing herbs and/or essential oils that will melt at body temperature when placed in a body orifice other than the mouth.

Here is how to make herbal suppositories:

You need:

  • About 4 oz Coconut Oil (The benefits of using coconut oil is that it most likely contains close to zero levels of heavy metals, and has anti-parasitic and anti-bacterial properties)

  • About 5 drops of Herbal tincture or 2-3 drops essential oil or 1 teaspoon powdered herbs of your choice

  • Optional: Aloe Vera Gel

  • Plastic or aluminium foil (you also can use molds or small ice cube trays if available)

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      Mix the coconut oil with the herbal supplement of your choice. Warming the coconut oil makes it easier to mix with the herbs.

      Chill coconut oil/herb mixture in a glass jar until it turns firm and waxy, than shape small portions with a spoon into bullet or torpedo shapes about an inch long.

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      Do this on small squares of plastic or aluminium foil. The foil will help you produce the shapes, slightly pointed at one end.

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      Put the suppositories in a small freezer-proof container.

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      Place the container into the freezer and within 10 minutes they should be firm enough to insert. Remove the foil before insert.

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      Here are a few recipes for individual needs:

      Parasite/Worm Expeller suppositories:

      If you have worms or parasites it may help to go after them from both directions (take a herbal parasite cleanse internally and use these Parasite/Worm suppositories. Every time you feel the worms itching or burning, insert a suppository. It helps to apply the anti-parasitic herbs directly, where the worms are living a breeding.

      Tea Tree Oil Suppository (For Vaginal and Rectal Routes)

      • About 4 drops diluted tea tree essential oil (Dilution ratio: 2 teaspoons of carrier oil to 4 drops of tea tree essential oil)
      • About 2 oz of Coconut Oil
      • Combine the ingredients and proceed as described above.

      Tea tree oil is known to contain potent antiseptic, antifungal, and antimicrobial properties.This is great for treating hemorrhoids and vaginal infections. When treating hemorrhoids try to add a few drops of Plantain Tincture. Plantain has a strong folk reputation as a hemorrhoid remedy.

      Aloe Vera Suppository - Helpful for constipation, menstrual cramps, and indigestion

      • About 1 tablespoon of aloe vera gel
      • About 4 ounces of virgin coconut oil
      • About 5 drops of Slippery Elm Tincture
      • Combine the ingredients and proceed as described above.

      Aloe vera is a natural laxative and is believed to help ease the pain and inflammation caused by internal hemorrhoids (if used as a suppository). Slippery Elm is believed to be helpful in relieving constipation, menstrual cramps, and indigestion.

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      • Kerstin on

        You can use clove bud oil but very sparingly since it is very strong. I only would use 1-2 drops diluted with some olive oil.

      • Steve on

        I don’t have an tea tree oil at the moment but I do have clove bud oil.

        Clove bud oil I think has parasite killing ability, if it doesn’t just let me know if I am correct about that, but it also has a numbing effect…

        Would this be suitable for making a suppository?

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