Sulflax® was prescribed by Edgar Cayce as a gentle bowel regulator for occasional irregularity. It is just one of the suggestions Edgar Cayce provided. Others include olive oil, senna, and hot water & lemon.
Edgar Cayce sometimes recommended laxatives to improve eliminations through the colon, particularly in cases involving constipation. However, he often cautioned that the body could become dependent on this artificial form of elimination and lose its natural ability to eliminate wastes. To prevent dependency, Cayce typically would suggest that various forms of laxative be alternated. Also, various other therapies were usually recommended in addition to the laxatives. For example, diet (with lots of fruits and vegetables), hydrotherapy (especially colonic irrigations), and manual therapy (spinal manipulations and massage) were commonly prescribed for constipation. Here are some common laxatives recommended in the readings:
• Hot Water & Lemon As A Morning Tea
• Eno Salts
Sulfur Laxative Compound
This formula, recommended in about forty readings, contains sulfur, cream of tartar, and Rochelle salts. Instructions for preparation frequently stressed that the mixture be stirred thoroughly. According to the readings, the mixture acts as a mild laxative and blood purifier, or as Cayce explained: “This would be taken as a cleanser for the whole system”(Cayce). It was also mentioned in cases of boils and carbuncles, eczema, acne, psoriasis, and dermatitis.
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