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Unique Bulgarian Home Remedies For Acne By L.Radev AMAZON EDITION ***** PUBLISHED BY: L.Radev at Amazon Unique Bulgarian Home Remedies For Acne Copyright Š 2015 by L.Radev

Thank you for downloading my ebook. The book remains the copyrighted property of the author and may not be reproduced, scanned, or distributed for any commercial or noncommercial use without permission from the author. Quotes used in reviews are the exception. No alteration of content is allowed. If you enjoyed this book, then encourage your friends to download their own copy. Your support and respect for the property of this author is appreciated. NOTE: In case of uncertainty, please consult with your doctor, whether you can use the natural remedies written in this book. Unique Bulgarian Home Remedies For Acne does not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of the natural remedies listed. All remedies published on this book are not indented to provide medical advice on diagnosing, treating, curing, or preventing acne. You can choose to use the information, assuming full responsibility. *****


About “Unique Bulgarian Home Remedies For Acne” “Unique Bulgarian Home Remedies For Acne” as the name suggests is all about acne remedies that have been used for hundreds of years, and continue to be used today by the people of Bulgaria. The book has two major sections – internal and topical remedies. The internal section consists of 5 remedies and 2 tea recipes, and the topical section covers 23 remedies. Some of the recipes written in this book are from the greatest Bulgarian healers and herbalists listed on the next page. Others are typical Bulgarian folk remedies that are very effective and knowledge for which has been passed on from one generation to another. At the back of the book, you can find links where you can supply the needed herbs used for all remedies published. There are two links provided for each herb or ingredient, in case there are deleted pages or broken links. There are more than 80 herbs and natural ingredients used for all of the remedies written. This is the very first edition of the book, with the intention to add more acne remedies in the years to come. Upon interest, other books can be written that will address the treatment of other skin conditions again with the help of Bulgarian natural remedies. If you would like to see a sample recipe, visit http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca Homeremediesforacne.ca is a blog focused on posting remedies, news, articles, ebooks, and products entirely dedicated on the acne topics. The information for every post has been researched extensively, ensuring that the reader is provided with high quality content that everybody can benefit from. The team at http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca strives to update you with the current trends, breakthroughs, and most effective remedies, treatments, and products for acne that are present at the moment. “Unique Bulgarian Home Remedies For Acne” is one of a kind book that uncovers a truly indigenous Bulgarian remedies made with herbs and natural ingredients.

I truly hope that out of the 28 remedies published in the book, you will find the right one that will be able to control and cure your acne problems once and for all!

Thank you very much for your attention! L.Radev admin@ homeremediesforacne.ca


Why Remedies from Bulgaria? What do you know about Bulgaria? Probably you have heard of the famous Bulgarian yogurt, feta cheese, wines, and rose oils. But did you know that according to world archeologists the very first civilization – before Greece and Rome, started mainly in the land of what is now Bulgaria, as well as parts of Romania, Moldova, and Serbia? Dr. David W Anthony - professor of anthropology at Hartwick College in Oneonta, N.Y. is the editor of a famous book called The Lost World of Old Europe: The Danube Valley, 5000-3500 BC. The book is a collaborative project between The Institute for the Study of the Ancient World and over 20 museums in Bulgaria, Romania, and Moldova - the heartland of Old Europe during the Copper Age. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to Old Europe's cultural legacy and also demonstrates that Old Europe deserves a more prominent place in our understanding of the development of early civilizations, whether due to its metallurgic or ceramic technology or its female figurines. The writing is lucid and done by experts who are conversant with the major ongoing debates in the field today and the layout is exemplary. The color photographs are plentiful and any reader can, in a sense, study the objects directly while reading the text. Anyone with an interest in learning about a burgeoning field in European prehistory—and rethinking some assumptions and conclusions about the development of civilization in the West—would enjoy this book. For more information visit http://www.nytimes.com or view the following Youtube videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wf-HozzFzzQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIbRH4quDvQ

What about the alternative medicine of Bulgaria? Bulgaria is the fourth largest exporter of herbs in the world, fourth only to China, India, and Mexico. There are more than 3000 herbs that grow in Bulgaria alone, where 350 are used for the conventional medicine, and over 750 are used in the alternative medicine. Close to 18,000 tons of herbs are exported from Bulgarian annually, where most of them are only herbs – not final products. It is important to be noted that Bulgaria is among the few countries in the world that besides cultivated herbs, is also exporting wild herbs that are picked mainly from the mountain areas of the country. The price of 1 ton of herbs in Bulgaria costs around 1400 Euro. This is 4 times cheaper than countries like Switzerland, and 10 times cheaper than Japan. The biggest importers of Bulgarian herbs include Germany, France, Italy, Spain, with smaller exports to USA and Latin America. According to the most famous and legendary Bulgarian healer - Peter Dimkov, China and Bulgaria have the most developed alternative medicines in the world.


Over the course of his life, he has written the biggest book on the Bulgarian alternative medicine in three volumes with five editions. Some say that with his natural healing methods and remedies, he was able to help over 100,000 Bulgarians to cure their diseases. In 1980 the International Association for Psycho-tronic studies (Luxemburg) awards Peter Dimkov a “diploma for a significant activity and contribution in the field of natural healing”. Today there is almost no Bulgarian that does not know about Peter Dimkov’s books on natural healing. His methods continue to be used today, and take major part of the National Bulgarian Alternative Medicine. Peter Dimkov was born in Sophia in 1886, and peacefully died in 1981. Below is a short list of some of the most famous contemporary Bulgarian natural healers and doctors: 1. Enyo Milanov – famous Bulgarian natural healer and herbalist. For contacting Enyo visit http://milanov.net 2. Dr. Peter Dimkov – the grandson of the legendary Peter Dimkov mentioned above. Peter Dimkov-junior continues the work of his grandfather, utilizing his diagnostic methods and natural remedies. For contacting Peter Dimkov-junior visit http://petardimkov.com and https://www.facebook.com/PetarDimkov 3. Boris Nikolov – natural healer that discovered the healing properties of Tribulus Terrestris transforming it into a very effective cure against the bad cholesterol from which many diseases develop. Boris Nikolov passed away in 2009, but his family company continues to sell his products and books, and popularizes his work. For contacts visit http://www.boralin-bg.com or boralin@abv.bg 4. Emil Elmazov – the chairman of the Bulgarian herbalists. Emil Elmazov has a herbal pharmacy where he offers a great variety of herbs, extracts, tinctures, ointments, and other recipes from the Bulgarian alternative medicine. He is also a certified iridology specialist. For contacts visit http://bilkaria.com or emil.elmazov@abv.bg 5. Dr. Maria Papazova – famous holistic specialist in Bulgaria. Dr. Papazova has also written books on the holistic medicine. For contacts - mpapazova@abv.bg 6. Dr. Atanas Mihailov – specialist in homeopathy, internal diseases, and phytotherapy as well as author of holistic books. For contacts - verbenam@abv.bg 7. Dr. Georgi Gaydurkov – specialist in holistic medicine, and holistic diet. Dr. Gaydurkov has two degrees medical and psychological. For contacts visit https://georgigaydurkov.wordpress.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/gaydurkov 8. Dr. Vencislav Stoev – famous Bulgarian stomatologist with master’s degree in clinical psychology. He is a pioneer in developing various psychological methods for communicating with patients. Dr. Stove is an author of two books. For contacts vestodent@abv.bg


9. Georgi Georgiev – herbalist with over 30 years of experience. He has patented a unique natural medicine that treats very effectively the bed wetting condition. In addition Georgi Georgiev has created a unique methodology for preventing the development of kidney stones. For contacts http://www.yarg95.com/en and info@yarg95.com 10. Ivan Kachov – famous herbalist, and phytotherapist. He created a unique herbal extract that effectively prevents heart attacks, insults, and treats varicose wounds and various forms of psoriasis. Due to an absurd incident, Ivan Kachov passed away in July, 2014. His daughter -Jacklin Petrova knows all of the recipes of her father and will continue his work in the future. 11. Tanya Hristova – very famous specialist using wax in her natural healing techniques. Tanya is also a certified master in reiki which skills she successfully combines with her wax therapies. For contacts – cell numbers: 359/ 887615643 and 359/ 894667138 12. Stoyan Doynov – considered the best chiropractor in Bulgaria. Many celebrities, and famous athletes, have visited Stoyan for his services. For contacts – cell number: 359/ 889 162 555 13. Nicola Mangaldzhev – natural healer, herbalist and pharmacist. He discovered the healing properties of the so called “golden root” herb. Nicola has developed many recipes with the golden root that treat various diseases. 14. Dr. Chavdar Ninov – he developed a unique healing method based on the acupuncture technique. With his method Chavdar Ninov is able to provide relief for various musculoskeletal conditions. Some of his famous patients include Silvio Berlusconi, King Albert II and many other celebrities and famous athletes. For contacts http://www.niim.bg/contact.html or cell # 359/ 886-121-732. You can watch Dr. Ninov’s techniques at https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=kLpvXWDlgig


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Internal Bulgarian Home Remedies for Acne Remedy #1 Take 1 jar of 5 l and start filling it with 1 row of the elder berries (Sambucus Ebelus), 1 row of granulated sugar and then repeating the filling process in the same consecutive steps until reaching the top. It is important for the very last layer to consists of sugar, and be at least 5 cm thick. It is recommended to use freshly picked elderberries for having better results. This will ensure the fruit will not turn sour. Put the jar in a place where it will get plenty of sun exposure. Close it with the jar lid, and leave it there until the fruits melt into syrup (usually 3-4 weeks), and then strain the liquid into clean bottles that can be sealed well. Store the bottles in your refrigerator so again to prevent from spoilage. From this strained syrup, take 1 tbsp. every morning, afternoon, and evening 20 minutes before eating. Repeat the procedure for as long as needed, or when you finish the syrup. In addition to the syrup, drink 1 cup of 75 g of the infusion shown below under remedy #2. In the US you can find fresh elderberries in stores such as Wholefoods, Greenmarket stores, Garden of Eden, or pick them yourself from your local farms. ****

Remedy #2 Take 15-20 Aloe Avera green leaves, carefully remove the thorns, and crush them well into a paste. Add 50 g of nettle roots, 50 g of burdock roots (Arctium Lappa), 600 g of organic honey and 600 g of red wine. Mix very well, and boil the mixture in a water bath (the container with the mixture is put inside a larger container with hot water) on a low heat for 1 hour. When lukewarm, strain the mixture into clean bottles, and store it in your refrigerator. Similarly to remedy #1, take 1 tbsp. every morning, afternoon, and evening 20 minutes before eating. Repeat the procedure for as long as needed, or when you finish the liquid. Ten minutes after you have taken the table spoon with the elderberry syrup (remedy#1) or the liquid (remedy#2), additionally drink 1 cup of 75 g of the following infusion: Mix agrimony, white yarrow, st. John’s wort, broadleaf plantain (leaves), yellow yarrow, sweet woodruff (Asperula odorata), leaves of wild strawberry, Greek nettle (leaves and flowers), currant (leaves), and lady’s mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris) – 50 g of each herb. To this mixture add 2 full tbsps. of bay leaves and 1 tea spoon of prickly juniper – berries (Juniperus oxycerdus). Add the whole mixture into a metal container, and boil it in 500 mL of water for about 10 minutes – 8


make sure you cover the container with the lid. When the liquid cools down, strain it and store it in a cool place. When you drink, you can sweeten the liquid with honey and lemon to your taste. ****

Remedy #3 Two hours after eating take 1 tbsp. of the following mixture: 500 g of organic honey, 20 g of green leaves from Rose Geranium (aka Pelargonium roseum or Pelargonium graveolens) and 20 sweet almonds nuts both finely crushed using a wooden mortar, 3 lemons that are cut, squeezed and then finely crushed together with the rinds using a meat grinder (remove the lemon seeds), 10 g of valerian tincture and 10 g of hawthorn (aka Crataegus monogyna) tincture. Make sure all of the above ingredients are mixed very well before consumption. Ten minutes after taking 1 tbsp. from the above recipe, additionally drink 1 cup (75g) of the following infusion: Agrimony, pine tops, Iceland moss (aka Cetraria islandica), walnut leaves, fumitory (aka Fumaria officinalis), star gentian (aka Gentiana cruciate), chicory (aka Cichorium intybus) – leaves and stems, and hops flowers/cones (aka Humulus lupulus). Mix the herbs very well, and take two full tablespoons and boil them in 500 ml of water. Boil for 15 minutes, and when it cools down, strain the liquid and drink sweetened with honey and lemon to your taste. ****

Remedy #4 Mix the followings herbs – 50g each: Speedwell, strawberry leaves, nettle – roots and flowers, and horehound (Marrubium vulgare). Take 2 tbsps. of the herbal mixture and put them in 500 ml of boiling water. Keep it on the heat for 10 minutes. When the liquid cools down, strain it and store it in a cool place. Drink 1 cup of 75 g 20 minutes before eating. ****

Remedy #5 Mix the following herbs: 100 g nettle, 50 g burdock root (Lappa minor), 50 g heartsease root (Viola tricolor), 50 g of horse-heal (Elecampane Inula helenium), 50 g of walnut leaves, 50 g of agrimony, 50 g of chamomile – flowers, and 50 g of pot marigold – flowers (Calendula officinalis). If you have acne that is accompanied by stress and nervousness add four more herbs to the above mixture as follows: 9


50 g of valerian roots, 50 g of peppermint (Menta piperita) 50 g of lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), and 50 g of hops flowers/cones (Humulus lupulus). Take 2 full tbsps. of the herbal mixture and boil it in 500 ml of water for 5 minutes. Then leave it to soak for 30 minutes. Drink 1 cup of 75 g of the liquid 30 minutes before eating or 1 hour after eating. If you have acne that is accompanied by constipation prepare the following herbal mixture: 100 g nettle, 50 g burdock root (Lappa minor), 50 g heartsease root (Viola tricolor), 50 g of horse-heal (Elecampane Inula helenium), 50 g of walnut leaves, 50 g of agrimony, 100 g of linseed, 100 g of St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum), 20 g of senna (Folia Sennae), 30 g of chamomile flowers, and 30 g of pot marigold – flowers (Calendula officinalis). If you acne is accompanied by gynaecological problems add the following herb to the above herbal mixture: 100 g of white yarrow (Achillea millefolium) Again as the previous recipe take 2 full tbsps. of the herbal mixture and boil it in 500 ml of water for 5 minutes. Then leave it to soak for 30 minutes. Drink 1 cup of 75 g of the liquid 30 minutes before eating or 1 hour after eating.

List of some effective acne tea Tea #1 Mix 10 g of chamomile, 10 g of mallow (Malva sylvestris), 10 g of eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis), 10 g of wolf’s bane (Arnica Montana), 10 g of garden pansy or heartsease, and 10 g of bahama grass (Cynodon dactylon or Bermuda Grass). Take 2 tbsps. of the above mixture and add it to 250 ml of cool water. Let it soak for 5 hours, stirring the mixture every hour. Then strain the liquid and drink 2 cups of the tea every day – not sweetened, over the course of 6-8 weeks. Make sure you drink the tea warm – around 40°С. ****

Tea #2 Drink 1 liter of nettle tea every day. Drink it in a small sips evenly distributed throughout the day. Another combination for tea with nettle includes the following: 20 g of bahama grass (Cynodon dactylon or Bermuda Grass), 10 g of garden pansy or heartsease, 10 g of nettle, and 10 g of horsetail (Equisetum arvense). 10


Take 2 tbsps. of the above mixture and add them to 250 ml of hot water. Leave it to soak for 15 minutes and strain the liquid. Drink 3 cups a day – not sweetened, over the course of 4-8 weeks. ****

Topical Bulgarian Home Remedies for Acne Remedy #1 Prepare the following sourdough: Mix 100 g of flour – preferably use wheat, barley or spelt flour, 1 tbsp. of wheat bran and add enough warm milk to form a paste. Mix very well and make sure the paste is thick enough (but not too thick like a bread dough) so it can stay on your face and not fall off. Leave the paste at room temperature for 4 hours. Before applying the paste, wash your face gently with warm water and pat dry. Apply the sourdough paste on your face and keep it on for 30-40 minutes. Then wash off the paste with warm water. ****

Remedy #2 In the summer, do regular sunbathing between the hours of 10am to noon. Put on your face some fresh leaves of burdock, sunflower, or pumpkin while bathing. Then wash your face with cool water. If you live in a coastal area, swimming in the ocean or sea is strongly recommended after the sunbathing with the leaves. ****

Remedy #3 Before bedtime, on your face apply a cotton towel, soaked in water in which lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), soapwort (Saponaria Officinalis), and black elder (Sambucus nigra) was boiled – in equal portions. ****

Remedy #4 Take 100 g of fresh leaves (or dry in case you can’t find fresh) of smoke tree (Rhus cotinu) and put them in 1 L of boiling water. Strain the liquid. Take a small towel and soak it in the liquid. Squeeze the towel well, and apply it as a compress onto your face. Keep it on for 10-15 minutes. 11


You can repeat the procedure 2-3 times a day. In addition, right after the compress, the pimples have to be smeared with the following infusion: 10 g of pot marigold – flowers (Calendula officinalis) are soaked in 50 g of olive oil. Leave it to soak well for at least one week before usage. At the same time while doing the two topical procedures listed above, you can take the following infusion internally: 2 full tbsps. of nettle – leaves, are added to 400 g of boiling water. Leave it to soak well for 2 hours. Strain the liquid, and drink 4 times a day before eating. ****

Remedy #5 Mix very well 1 yolk, 500 g of yogurt (make sure the water of the yogurt is strained), 2 tbsps. of honey, 2 tbsps. of royal jelly, the juice from 1 lemon, and 1 tbsp. of salicyl powder. Before applying the mixture onto your face as a mask, first make a steam bath. In a metal container put a handful of chamomile and a handful of linden tree flowers and boil it in water. Once the steam starts to rise, bend over exposing your face to the steam. Get closer as much as it is comfortable, and carry on for about 10 minutes. Then apply the above mixture onto your face preferably before going to bed, and leave it for overnight. The mixture can be stored in your refrigerator in container with the lid on. ****

Remedy #6 Grate one lemon (with the rinds) and mix it with 1 pinch of baking soda, and about 50 g of shaving cream (not foam). Mix it very well and apply it directly onto the pimples. Leave it on for half an hour, and then wash off the mask with cool water. ****

Remedy #7 Mix 500 g of horsetail (Equisetum arvense), 250 g of pot marigold – flowers (Calendula officinalis), and 250 g of narrow leaf plantain - leaves (Plantago lanceolat). Find a linen bag, and fill in the mixed herbs in it. Then place the linen bag on a sieve, over a boiling water to warm it up well. Before placing the warm linen bag on your face, apply a little raw, unrefined organic lard on the pimples. Then place the bag on your face and leave it on for 30-40 minutes. You can try and split the herbs in two separate linen bags, and attach them with a bandage, so you can carry on with your daily activities. Repeat the procedure 2 times a day for the duration of 10 days. After you take off the bags, again apply some organic lard onto the affected area. ****

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Remedy #8 Take about 50 walnut leaves and boil them in 1 liter of water for 15 minutes. Smear the affected area with the infusion. ****

Remedy #9 Mix milk skin (the very top layer) with leek’s juice – take the leek and grate it finely, and then strain the juice with a sieve. Smear the mixture onto your pimples every morning and evening. ****

Remedy #10 Mix the following herbs: 30 g of dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), 30 g of burdock roots (Arctium Lappa), 30 g of nettle, 30 g of white yarrow (Achillea millefolium), and 30 g of lady's bedstraw (Galium verum) Take 2 full tbsps. of the herbal mixture and boil it in 500 ml of water for 5 minutes. Strain the liquid and store in a cool place. You can apply the liquid onto your skin 3 times a week. After the procedure pat dry your skin and apply rose water, or infusion from black elder (Sambucus nigra), chamomile, or pot marigold. ****

Remedy #11 Add 25 g of walnut leaves to 250 ml of grape brandy – the Italian grappa or the best option is Bulgarian Rakia (type of grape brandy). Leave the mixture to soak for 10 days. Then take 1 big piece of paper towel and dip it in the mixture to get saturated well. Apply the paper towel on your face and keep it on for 30 minutes. Every 10 minutes you have to change the paper towel with a new one. The duration of the treatment is 25 days. For the first 12 days – you repeat it every day, and for the remaining 13 days, you do it every second day. ****

Remedy #12 Mix the following herbs and ingredients in 200 ml of water: 25 drops of tea tree oil, 5 tea spoons of vodka, 10 fresh stalks of Rose Geranium (aka Pelargonium roseum) – finely chopped, 8 stalks of pot marigold (Calendula officinalis) – finely chopped, and 20 stalks of lavender (Lavandula vera) – finely chopped. Boil the mixture for about 10-15 minutes, and then strain it well. The leftover paste of the plants is mixed with 1 pack of gelatin (10 g) that was previously melted in 30 ml of water. Start stirring the mixture until it hardens and starts to look like an ointment. Apply the ointment on your pimples 2-3 times a day until the acne symptoms improve. 13


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Remedy #13 Mix the following herbs and ingredients: ½ cup of grounded oat flakes, ½ cup of grounded almonds, 1 tbsp. of sea salt - finely grounded, 1 tbsp. of mint leaves – finely crushed, 1 tbsp. of rosemary leaves (Rosmarinus officinalis) – finely crushed, 5 drops of tea tree oil, and 1 tea spoon of vodka. Mix very well and add enough rose water to form a paste – not too thick or too watery. The paste can be used as an exfoliant – apply it on your face, and massage gently. Then wash off with cool water and pat dry. ****

Remedy #14 In a jar mix the following harbs: white yarrow (Achillea millefolium), linden tree flowers, st. John’s wort, thyme, and horsetail – 25 g of each. Mix well and add to the herbs olive oil – make sure it covers all herbs completely. Place the jar nearby the window where it will be exposed to the sun. Keep it there exactly for 40 days. After that strain the olive oil removing the herbs, and store it in a different jar. Regularly apply the oil on your face, but don’t over-apply as it will not be able to absorb in the skin. If your skin does not tolerate the olive oil well, you can use grape seed oil instead. Besides the topical application, you can also use the above oil internally – added to your salads for example. ****

Remedy #15 Mix 1 part of sulfur powder with 10 parts of coconut oil or vaseline. Apply the mask before going to bed, making sure the mixture does not get in your eyes. ****

Remedy #16 Mix 1 tbsp. of apple cider vinegar, 2 tbsps. of green tea previously boiled (make sure the tea has cooled down), 5 tea spoons of sugar, and 1 tea spoon of honey. Mix very well and apply the mask onto your face, avoiding the eyes. Keep it on for 15 minutes, and then wash off with cool water. Repeat the procedure at least once a week. ****

Remedy #17 Mix 1 tbsp. of honey, 1 tbsp. of cumin, and 1 tbsp. of nutmeg. Mix the ingredients very well until you get a nice chocolate-in-color mixture. Apply it on your face and keep it on for 30 minutes. 14


Then wash off with water making round moves with your fingertips. Do this mask at least once a week over the course of 3-4 weeks. ****

Remedy #18 Mix 2 tbsps. of raspberry leaves and flowers, with 2 tbsps. of birch leaves and flowers and add them to 250 ml of water. Boil it for about 10 minutes, and then let it soak for at least 30 minutes with the lid on. Then wash your face with the liquid. After 30 minutes wash off your face with cool water. ****

Remedy #19 Mix the following ingredients: One finely crushed apple (seeds removed), 4 tbsps. of honey, 2 tbsps. of milk, 1 tbsp. of yogurt, and 4 tbsps. of cinnamon. After mixing very well apply the mixture on your face and keep it on for 1 hour. Then wash off with cool water. Do this mask once a week. ****

Remedy #20 Two times a week make a steam bath. In a metal container put a handful of chamomile, few drops of lavender essential oil or tea tree oil, and boil it in water. Once the steam starts to rise, bend over exposing your face to the steam. Get closer as much as it is comfortable, and carry on for about 10 minutes. Right after the steam bath, on your face apply a mixture from fuller’s earth and yeast – 1 tbsp. each, dissolved in a little warm water. Keep the mask on for 20 minutes. Then wash off with cool water, and right after that apply silver water (Colloidal Silver) on your face which is left to dry out on its own. On a daily basis do the following routine in addition to the above remedy: Every morning and evening after taking a shower, clean your face with baking soda – make sure you apply it very gently. Wash it off with cool water, and again apply silver water. Also it is important to note that you should avoid applying creams on your face when you go to bed, as the skin needs to “breathe” after you do the above procedures.

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Remedy #21 Add 2-3 tbsps. of finely grated horseradish (or powder) into a glass bottle. Fill the bottle with apple cider vinegar – enough to completely cover the horseradish. Store the bottle for 10 days, at 15


a room temperature. Apply the vinegar after taking a shower, on a wet face. Leave it on for 15 minutes and then wash off with cool water. ****

Remedy #22 Boil 6 tbsps. of green tea in 500 ml of water. Strain the liquid and add 6 tbsps. of finely grated ginger (or ginger powder). Make sure you put the liquid in a basin, so you can dip your whole face in it. Repeat the dipping procedure for about 10 minutes. You might feel a little pinch-like (very slight burning) sensation on your face, but that is normal. Do this procedure few times in a month. ****

Remedy #23 Mix the following ingredients: 2 tbsps. of fuller’s earth, ½ tea spoon of turmeric powder, ¼ tea spoon of alum, 3 tbsps. of finely crushed soybean sprouts, and 1 tea spoon of honey. Add a little water and 2 drops of lavender essential oil or tea tree oil and mix well. Apply the mixture onto your face and leave it on for 15 minutes. Wash off with cool water. If your face becomes slightly yellowish as a result of the turmeric powder, simply apply some oatmeal mixed with some yogurt and few drops of lemon juice to clear it off. **** END

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Links where to buy the herbs and ingredients used for all remedies published in the book 

Aloe Vera Leaves used in remedy#2 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/aloe-vera-leaves-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/aloe-vera-leaves-link-2 

Nettle Roots used in remedy#2 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/nettle-root-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/nettle-root-link-2 

Nettle Leaves, Roots, Flowers used in remedy#2 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/nettle-leaves-roots-flowers-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/nettle-leaves-roots-flowers-link-2 

Yellow Yarrow used in remedy#2 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/yellow-yarrow-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/yellow-yarrow-link-2 

White Yarrow used in remedy#2 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/white-yarrow-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/white-yarrow-link-2 

Burdock Roots used in remedy#2 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/burdock-root-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/burdock-root-link-2 

Organic Raw Honey used in remedy#2 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/organic-raw-honey-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/organic-raw-honey-link-2 

Agrimony used in remedy#2 (internal) 17


Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/agrimony-herb-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/agrimony-herb-link-2 

St. John’s Wort used in remedy#2 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/st-john-wort-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/st-john-wort-link-2 

Broadleaf Plantain used in remedy#2 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/broadleaf-plantain-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/broadleaf-plantain-link-2 

Sweet Woodruff used in remedy#2 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/sweet-woodruff-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/sweet-woodruff-link-2 

Wild strawberry leaves used in remedy#2 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/wild-strawberry-leaves Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/wild-strawberry-leaves-link-2 

Greek nettle used in remedy#2 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/greek-nettle-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/greek-nettle-link-2 

Black Currant leaves used in remedy#2 (internal)

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Lady’s Mantle used in remedy#2 (internal)

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Prickly Juniper used in remedy#2 (internal)

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Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/prickly-juniper-link-2 

Rose Geranium used in remedy#3 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/rose-geranium-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/rose-geranium-link-2 

Valerian Tincture used in remedy#3 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/valerian-tincture-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/valerian-tincture-link-2 

Hawthorn Tincture used in remedy#3 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/hawthorn-tincture-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/hawthorn-tincture-link-2

Pine Tops used in remedy#3 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/pine-tops-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/pine-tops-link-2 

Iceland Moss used in remedy#3 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/iceland-moss-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/iceland-moss-link-2 

Walnut Leaves used in remedy#3 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/walnut-leaves-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/walnut-leaves-link-2 

Fumitory used in remedy#3 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/fumitory-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/fumitory-link-2 

Star Gentian used in remedy#3 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/star-gentian-link-1 19


Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/star-gentian-link-2 

Chicory used in remedy#3 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/chicory-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/chicory-link-2 

Hops Cones used in remedy#3 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/hops-cones-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/hops-cones-link-2 

Speedwell used in remedy#4 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/speed-well-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/speed-well-link-2 

Horehound used in remedy#4 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/horehound-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/horehound-link-2 

Heartsease used in remedy#5 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/heartsease-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/heartsease-link-2 

Horse-heal used in remedy#5 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/horse-heal-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/horse-heal-link-2 

Chamomile used in remedy#5 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/chamomile-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/chamomile-link-2 

Pot Marigold used in remedy#5 (internal)

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Valerian Roots used in remedy#5 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/valerian-roots-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/valerian-roots-link-2 

Peppermint used in remedy#5 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/peppermint-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/peppermint-link-2 

Lemon Balm used in remedy#5 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/lemon-balm-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/lemon-balm-link-2 

Linseed used in remedy#5 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/linseed-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/linseed-link-2 

Senna used in remedy#5 (internal)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/senna-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/senna-link-2

Mallow used in tea #1 recipe

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/mallow-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/mallow-link-2 

Eyebright used in tea #1 recipe

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/eyebright-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/eyebright-link-2 

Wolf’s Bane used in tea #1 recipe

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Bahama Grass used in tea #1 recipe

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/bahama-grass-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/bahama-grass-link-2 

Horsetail used in tea #2 recipe

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/horsetail-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/horsetail-link-2 

Black Elder used in remedy #3 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/black-elder-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/black-elder-link-2 

Soapwort used in remedy #3 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/soapwort-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/soapwort-link-2 

Smoke Tree used in remedy #4 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/smoke-tree-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/smoke-tree-link-2 

Royal Jelly used in remedy #5 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/royal-jelly-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/royal-jelly-link-2 

Salicyl Powder used in remedy #5 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/salicyl-powder-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/salicyl-powder-link-2 

Linden Tree Flowers (aka lime tree) used in remedy #5 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/linden-tree-flowers-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/linden-tree-flowers-link-2 

Narrow Leaf Plantain used in remedy #7 (topical) 22


Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/narrow-leaf-plantain-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/narrow-leaf-plantain-link-2 

Unrefined Organic Lard used in remedy #7 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/organic-lard-unrefined-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/organic-lard-unrefined-link-2 

Dandelion used in remedy #10 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/dandelion-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/dandelion-link-2 

Lady’s Bedstraw used in remedy #10 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/lady-bedstraw-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/lady-bedstraw-link-2 

Tea Tree oil used in remedy #12 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/tea-tree-oil-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/tea-tree-oil-link-2 

Lavender Live Plugs used in remedy #12 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/lavender-live-plant-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/lavender-live-plant-link-2 

Marigold Live Plugs used in remedy #12 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/marigold-link-1 

Rose Geranium Live Plugs used in remedy #12 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/rose-geranium-live-plugs-link-1 

Gelatin used in remedy #12 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/gelatin-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/gelatin-link-2 

Rosemary used in remedy #13 (topical) 23


Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/rosemary-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/rosemary-link-2 

Rose Water used in remedy #13 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/rose-water-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/rose-water-link-2

Thyme used in remedy #14 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/thyme-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/thyme-link-2 

Sulfur Powder used in remedy #15 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/sulfur-powder-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/sulfur-powder-link-2 

Coconut oil used in remedy #15 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/coconut-oil-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/coconut-oil-link-2 

Apple Cider Vinegar – Organic, Raw, Unfiltered used in remedy #16 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/apple-cider-vinegar-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/apple-cider-vinegar-link-2 

Green Tea - Organic used in remedy #16 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/green-tea-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/green-tea-link-2 

Nutmeg used in remedy #17 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/nutmeg-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/nutmeg-link-2 

Raspberry Leaves used in remedy #18 (topical) 24


Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/raspberry-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/raspberry-link-2 

Birch Leaves used in remedy #18 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/birch-leaves-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/birch-leaves-link-2 

Fuller’s earth used in remedy #20 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/fullers-earth-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/fullers-earth-link-2 

Silver Water (Colloidal Silver) used in remedy #20 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/colloidal-silver-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/colloidal-silver-link-2 

Horseradish used in remedy #21 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/horse-radish-powder-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/horse-radish-powder-link-2 

Ginger Powder Organic used in remedy #22 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/ginger-powder-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/ginger-powder-link-2 

Turmeric Powder used in remedy #23 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/turmeric-powder-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/turmeric-powder-link-2 

Alum used in remedy #23 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/alum-link-1 Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/alum-link-2 

Soybean Sprouts used in remedy #23 (topical)

Link 1: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/soybean-sprouts-link-1 25


Link 2: http://www.homeremediesforacne.ca/soybean-sprouts-link-2

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