The Shepherd's Purse

Please Note:  Our medicinial herbs are meant to be used as a dietary supplement. Personal health matters should be discussed with an appropriate health care practitioner. The sole responsibility for the application of the information contained herein remains with the reader and user of this information.

 ShepherdsPurse1@aol.com


Cream of Tartar

order from The Shepherd's Purse   10.95  - 1 pound bulk   

For Small Pox Prevention and/or cure

Dosage:  

       To keep form getting small pox or help to heal if contacted small pox in 3 days.

             Drink 1 oz cream of tartar in 1 pint boiling water. Drink cold in short intervals.
             Keeps bowels clean.

Do not use Cream of Tartar purchased from stores. All spices from stores now irradiated.  "Source: Textbook for Physicians, 1816 Susan Rubel"

Cream of Tartar is a white crystalline powder. Chemically it is potassium hydrogen tartrate, the acidic potassium salt of Tartaric acid. It is used as the leavening agent in baking powders. An impure form, called tartar or argol, forms naturally during the fermentation of grape juice into wine and crystallizes in the wine casks.

Tartaric acid L(+) is found in many fruits, especially grapes where it is present in the form of potassium acid salt, a compound with low solubility which crystallises on the sides of the wine vats during alcoholic fermentation.

The raw materials used are tartar from wine vats, by-products from co-operative wineries, as well as the centrifuged lees and calcium tartrate coming from distilleries.

A teaspoon of cream of tartar to a cup of decoction or infusion of senna, is a mild and pleasant laxative, particularly suited for females, where it may be required soon after delivery.


The Shepherd's Purse
 ShepherdsPurse1@aol.com

Return to Home Page