The combination of these plants originated from centuries of research and experiences in Northern Europe. The originators of this formula, Maria Treben, Urban Hjarne and DR Samst, report nothing short of miraculous results.
It is considered as an elixir because it has lead to a very extended and active life span. C.C.E.-W combination is also called Depurative because it cleans and repairs blood, bowel and nerves. It can also be used as an antibiotic, poison antidote and bowel maintenance program because it corrects many baffling types of conditions.
The herbs it contains have been used for several problems such as: sinus, stiffness of joints, wounds, scars, diarrhea, arthritis pains, sprains, loss of hearing, blood clots, hemorrhoids, digestion problems of all kinds, birth marks, moles, liver spots, memory, worms, loss of appetite, anemia, deformed hands and legs, insects stings and bites, severe itching, chicken pox, allergies, eczema.
Aloe (Aloe vera), Angelica (Angelica archangelica), Senna (Cassia angustifolia), Milk-Thistle (Silybum marianum), Manna (Fraxinus ornus), Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha), Chinese rhubarb (Rheum palmatum), American spikenard (Aralia racemosa), Karcura (Curcuma zedoaria). Non medicinal ingredient: Saffron (Crocus sativus).
10 to 80 drops in the evening.
It may be mixed in juice to improve taste. Externally, apply to affected area as needed. If flu is threatening, take 1 tablespoon to prevent it or if it is in full progress, take 1 tablespoon full every four hours while awake until the symptoms go away.
If a person cannot take it by mouth, then apply in sufficient quantity to cover the entire abdomen.
Note: For information as well as contraindications or adverse reactions, if applicable, on most single herbs contained in this combination, refer to single product sheets.
References: HOWARD, Dr. A. B., Herbal Extracts, First Edition, The Blue Goose Press, Michigan, 1983. TREBEN, Maria, La pharmacie du Bon Dieu,Wilhelm Ennsthaler, Autriche, 1986.