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Active Force

"The active principle from the wild cherry bark with the other ingredients is a stimulation to the lungs, throat and bronchials, and those organs above the diaphragm." Cayce (2790-1)

"The first ingredient, the wild cherry bark, is a direct activative force upon the pneumogastrics and the pulmonary system.

"The sarsaparilla works with the gastric juices of the stomach, and the eliminations in the peristaltic movement through the intestinal tract." Cayce (1012-1)

"The yellow dock root is an emit and blood purifier, an active principle with the secretions of the liver?." Cayce (643-1)

"The prickly ash bark acts directly with the activative forces in the liver? itself, in the gall duct, and as a stimulant to the pancreas and spleen's activity." Cayce (1012-1)

See Also

Table of Forces


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