Contrast baths and other hydrotherapy treatments for health have been used for a number of centuries in the past. Most recently, Dr. John R. Christopher added herbs to make the process into a large tea for the entire body.
In addition to greatly stimulating the circulation in the body, the Cold Sheet Treatment primarily creates an artificial fever–Dr. Christopher called it an “incubation.” This is beneficial because when the temperature of the body increases, the white blood cells move faster and faster through the body and engulf more and more bad stuff for elimination. If you could only do one thing within a very few hours, to show a very sick person that natural healing is very powerfully beneficial for them, you would always win doing a proper “Cold Sheet” on them.
Note: You don’t want to use municipal water containing chlorine, etc. If this is the water normally available for you at home, an inexpensive charcoal filter can be obtained from Home Depot type stores for about $30.00, which fits in place of your shower head.
Getting started you will need:
1 pair of large rubber gloves
4 ounces Ginger powder
4 ounces Cayenne Pepper Powder
4 ounces Mustard powder
1 bulb Fresh Garlic
1 bottle Cayenne Extract
1 bottle Lobelia Extract
4 ounces Peppermint tea leaves
4 ounces Fresh Ginger Root for tea
1 20 lb. bag of ice cubes
plastic to cover matress: 30 gal trash bags work well
3 extra cotton sheets that can be stained
2 extra very warm blankets
1 thin dishtowel or old white sock
small bottle of apple cider vinegar
gallon distilled water
rectal bulb syringe
large jar of Vaseline
second person to help with these instructions
This description of the steps of the Cold Sheet Treatment is told as if you were the helper, assisting someone else to do the treatment, a man in this case so we can use the word “he” instead of “he/she.” When you are undergoing this treatment, the person helping you would do as per this description of steps.
Step ONE: Making the Tea
Take the 4 ounces of peppermint
4 ounces of fresh ginger root (chopped up) and make two to three quarts of tea
Do not let the tea boil, but rather simmer for 15 minutes or better.
Step TWO: Prepare the Bed
Prepare a bed by stripping off all of the bedding and covering the mattress entirely with spread out, large plastic bags or plastic mattress cover.
The idea is to protect the mattress from staining fluids.
Next make the bed with one 100% cotton sheet down and a second as a cover between the body and the first blanket.
Lay out a few blankets so that the person doing the Cold Sheet Treatment only needs to pop into bed.
Have a bucket with a sheet in the bottom of it filled with ice and water and placed near the tub.