Egg Yolk Oils Alchemy n Whites 4 burns

This will include some ancient "first aids" and preparation methods for EGGS AS FIRST AID. I will start by giving the Egg whites for Burns method first, and then on to the alchemy :) "How to make egg yolk oil". Both of these have persons who have testified to their first-aid effectiveness, but I would be the first to say prepared for the knowledge for emergency, or survival situations to be aware of what YOU can do … BUT, big "but" here .. given the seriousness of burns, IF a burn is serious at all …and you have a way to get to a doctor or other emergency service provider or hospital PLEASE get there a.s.a.p. (i.e., "as soon as possible")!! The picture illustrates the 1st steps to making egg yolk oil: 1) have hard boiled eggs/separate out yolk 2) mash yolks 3) heat in pan or in oven as the different methods below. 4) Separate oil out by a couple different methods below and 5) optional: Tincture if you wish per instructions below.

On 8/6/2011 9:23 AM, nascar fan wrote:

A young man sprinkling his lawn and bushes with pesticides wanted to check the contents of the barrel to see how much pesticide remained in it. He raised the cover and lit his lighter; the vapors inflamed and engulfed him. He jumped from his truck, screaming.

His neighbor came out of her house with a dozen eggs, yelling: "bring me some eggs!" She broke them, separating the whites from the yolks. The neighbor woman helped her to apply the whites on the young man's face. When the ambulance >arrived and when the EMTs saw the young man, they asked who had done this. Everyone pointed to the lady in charge. They >congratulated her and said: "You have saved his face." By the end of the summer, the young man brought the lady a bouquet of roses to thank her. His face was like a baby's skin.

Healing Miracle for burns:

Keep in mind this is a treatment of burns which is included in teaching beginner fireman this method. First aid consists to spraying cold water on the affected area until the heat is reduced and stops burning the layers of skin. Then, spread egg whites on the affected area.

One woman burned a large part of her hand with boiling water. In spite of the pain, she ran cold faucet water on her hand, separated 2 egg white from the yolks, beat them slightly and dipped her hand in the solution. The whites then dried and formed a protective layer.

She later learned that the egg white is a natural collagen and continued during at least one hour to apply layer upon layer of beaten egg white. By afternoon she no longer felt any pain and the next day there was hardly a trace of the burn. 10 days later, no trace was left at all and her skin had regained its normal color. The burned area was totally regenerated thanks to the collagen in the egg whites, a placenta full of vitamins.

This information could be helpful to everyone: Please pass it on

~~A baby is GOD'S opinion that the world should go on~~By:Carl Sandburg /AND/ ~~It is a poverty to decide that a child must die so that you may live as you wish~~ By: Mother Teresa

I asked Kristi if I could reprint this here & will include the emails here with her use of it for herself:
hi, yes u can use it, i cant remember where i got it…i burned my hand on the stove last week baking bread & i used the egg white & it worked….thats what made me think of it again..yes, we r doing great, aidan is my life & so glad i have him with me & safe…he has horrible diareaha, dont know y, do u know of any home remedys for it? his poor butt is so red & sore from it.. take care & love & miss ya

~~A baby is GOD'S opinion that the world should go on~~By:Carl Sandburg /AND/ ~~It is a poverty to decide that a child must die so that you may live as you wish~~ By: Mother Teresa

From: Joyce M. Simmerman <ten.mocpg|lagelevitan#ten.mocpg|lagelevitan>
To: nascar fan <moc.oohay|88oob_pucrettub#moc.oohay|88oob_pucrettub>
Sent: Sunday, August 7, 2011 7:50 AM
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Kristi, Thanks for this. I believe it could work. As I was reading it I thought why isn't she using the whole egg? The reason is that someplace in my vast repertoire of "remedies" I have a REALLY old one for "egg oil" or "oil of egg". But it seems like that just uses the yolks! I recall the home-fashioned way of doing that was one takes hard boiled eggs & put in cast iron skillet and simmer them (without water) so the heat makes the oil that's naturally in them come out. I've forgotten how one does it from there to get the precious oil bottled as in dropper bottle, but IT is supposed to be absolutely the best burn and general wound remedy there is. I will have to look it up.

Can I post this on my website for Recipes and Remedials with credit to you? Or do you know where the original source is to also give credit there? Then I or we can put a note on FB to point to the Remedy. I will see if I can also find the egg oil recipe and post it following. It makes me wonder if the whole egg still might not be a great remedy?

Thanks again. Got to get ready for Church for a change. Just too tight on the budget to go all the time! Hope this finds you and all yours doing great. I enjoy seeing the pics! Love, Joyce & Dave

(I have not made these but certainly the skillet & oven methods sound like the best way, but that is up to the user and their environment and equipment, etc. This is a collection of excerpts from various sources whom I've tried to credit when I originally collected these. )

Henriettas Herbals on Egg Oil & differences depending on extraction methods:
Oil of Egg Yolk

Gallus gallus
Oil of Egg Yolk — A fatty oil obtained by expression from the yolks of fresh eggs. It has been used in lotions and as a popular remedy on the continent in the treatment of corneal opacities.

Thorpe's Dictionary gives the following composition and properties of egg oil: Specific gravity, 0.9144; solidification point, 8°-10° C. (46.4°-50° F.); melting point, 22°-25° C. (71.6°-77° F.); acid value 1.2; saponification value 184.4-190.2; iodine value 68.5-81.6; insoluble fatty acids and unsaponifiable matter 95.16 per cent.

Benedikt states that the refractive index of egg oil is 1.4655. and that it gives the elaidin reaction. It is also stated that the oil obtained by expression differs from that extracted by solvents in that the latter contains cholesterol and lecithin.

The Dispensatory of the United States of America, 1918, was edited by Joseph P. Remington, Horatio C. Wood and others.

elaidin reaction
(analytical chemistry) A test that differentiates nondrying oils such as olein from semidrying oils and drying oils; nitrous acid converts olein into its solid isomer, while semidrying oils in contact with nitrous acid thicken slowly, and drying oils such as tung oil become hard and resinous.


Article: Eggs-o-tericism, Some Notes on the Egg in Spagyrics and Alchemy**

by Russ House

Copyright, 1994, 1998, 2000, Russ House. All rights reserved.

Reprinted from Issue 27 of The Stone

The following is a collection of information regarding Alchemical experimentation on the lowly egg. For the most part, the egg has been overlooked in the classical Alchemical literature, just as it is presently seldom used in the modern pharmacoepia.

Chemistry of Egg Yolk:

VITELLUS, Yolk of Egg, is the yolk of the egg of the domestic fowl, Gallis Bankiva, var. domestica. It is a viscid, reddish-yellow, opaque liquid, of bland taste, alkaline reaction, odorless, and may be regarded as a dense emulsion of oil suspended in water by means of albumen. It is coagulated by heat or by alcohol, and contains vitellin, which is a protein related to casein, also cholesterin and albumin, besides fat, inorganic salts, sugar, etc. Handbook of Materia Medica, Pharmacy and Therapeutics by Samuel Potter, 1894.

The Merck Manual, Eleventh Edition indicates, under the listing "Egg Oil", that the product is obtained by extraction of egg yolks with ethylene dichloride. It contains fatty glycerides, cholesterol and lecithin. The fraction containing glycerides is a mixture of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. The product is soluble in the common organic solvents, miscible in other oils, and while not miscible with water, will form emulsions when shaken in water. It is used in the making of hydrophilic bases for medicinal and cosmetic products, such as salves and creams.

**Medicinal Use of Egg Oil:

Potter's Handbook, and other similar pharmacy books of the period mention the use of egg yolk with glycerine to form emulsions and indicate healing properties for the skin but do not use the oil per se.**

My experience has shown that Oil of Egg, prepared by the process given by Sue House, or by use of a Soxhlet, accelerates the healing of the skin to a remarkable degree. My son was saved from possible skin grafts when a deep wound would not heal and the tissue began to die. Seven applications of oil of egg directly to the wound over a two-day period completely changed the situation - the skin that was turning black and dying became pink and healthy with good circulation and nearly complete healing by the morning of the third day.

This preparation also removes the 'fire' from burns. I have burned myself several times in the lab and dabbed on oil of egg at once. The 'heat' of the burn went away in each case, and burns that would normally have blistered and taken up to a week to ten days to heal if untreated were completely well in 48 hours. I will routinely use oil of egg for wounds, cuts, burns and abrasions, knowing of no better healing agent. A strong tincture or a purified oil will attack the rubber bulb and seal in medicine droppers, which will contaminate the preparation. If using these bottles, store them upright, and avoid overfilling the dropper.

Oil of the Yolks of Eggs:

Tyrocinium Chymicum - by Jean Beguinus, 1610: "Fry the Yolks broke in a frying-pan, with temperate heat, until they wax red, and send forth oil; keeping them continually moving with a stick, that they burn not. Then express the hot oil, and with a great quantity of distilled water, digest it for a month in Baln (water bath). Some take the yolks so fried, and enclosing them in cloth moistened with Oil of sweet Almonds, press out the oil with a press.

"Malthiolus writing to Dioscorides, commends this oil as useful for cleaning, and removing roughness of the skin, and clefts of the lips, hands and feet; and against dolours of Ulcers, of the joints, and all nervous places. It is likewise profitable in scaldings or burnings by fire, and in membranes of the brain, Malignant Ulcers it cicatriseth, and generates hairs."

For Gilding:

A Manual of Paracelsus: "Distill the yolk of eggs. It is converted into a red oil which gilds money and lasts for ever".

Note: I have known of individuals to get oil of egg on silver jewelry when they were working in the lab. The jewelry did temporarily take on a beautiful golden color.
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The Egg and Its Uses

by Sue House
[With the "poor man's" process - explained below but see skillet method above]
Copyright, 1993, 1997, 2000, Sue House. All rights reserved.

Reprinted from Issue 27 of The Stone

Originally published in the March 1994 Ora Et Labora. Sue is a member of the PON Board of Directors, presently serving as Director of Member Services. She lives in Winfield, Illinois, and has been working along esoteric lines for more than twenty-five years. A registered nurse and massage therapist, she began spagyric and alchemical work nearly 12 years ago. In 1992, she made a solid stone from eggs, using the shells, yolks, whites and all parts of the egg. In this article, Sue is explaining something of the preparation of tinctures and oils from eggs using simple equipment.

Many of you have shown a interest in the egg - in both tincture and oil of egg yolk. Since we're coming into the "egg" season it may be a good time to work with this project.
The tincture of egg has some very surprising attributes - it allegedly lowers the cholesterol levels in the blood. I know this is difficult to understand since it is the egg yolk that increases cholesterol and it is the egg yolk that is used to make the tincture. Put very simply, it is the harmful aspects of the yolk that are eliminated during the alchemical process, leaving a product that is very beneficial.

When making your tincture/oil it is a 2 week project and you will probably want to make both products, so start with a minimum of 3-4 dozen eggs. I usually use 6-7 dozen. The process I will explain is the "poor man's" process - for those who do not have much equipment, or for those of us who prefer not to use a lot of equipment. Those of you who prefer to use your Soxhlets can do this process in one day. I personally prefer to hold the tincture in my hands each day and energize it with my own vibrations. By the time the process is completed, the product is very highly charged.

You will start with your eggs hard boiled and the yolks separated. Mash the yolk using a potato masher, getting them as fine as possible. Spread evenly over a foil-lined cookie sheet. Place on the bottom rack of the broiler of your oven. (If you do not have a broiler, you can place under heat lamps) Set the temperature to 350 degrees F to start. You can always adjust the heat as needed, being careful not to burn or scorch. You will need to watch very carefully, removing frequently to check and to stir and mash with a fork. Continue until you note that there is no more steam rising from the yolk. Remove and cool to touch. The yolk will be dark yellow to toasty tan in color. When cool, place in a blender (small amounts at a time) and grind to a fine consistency. Have several clean quart size jars with lids ready. Fill the jars 1/2 full with the ground yolks. Cover yolks with pure grain alcohol until it reaches two fingers breadth above the yolks. Be sure that the cover is tightly sealed.
It may be necessary to place plastic food wrap over the top of the jar before placing lid on, this will secure the lid even tighter to decrease evaporation. Shake jars until all of yolk is mixed with alcohol. Place jars on electric warming trays (if you don't have any, then find a warm place to store, such as on top of a furnace or hot water heater, or in a sunny window, or even in the oven if you have a gas pilot light that runs). Leave for 2 weeks, shaking each day and instilling with your own vibrations. You will not want others to be disturbing the jars during this time. At the end of 2 weeks, you will need to filter the product into another container. The feces (solid egg matter) are discarded. What remains is the egg tincture. Save 1/2 of this tincture. Store in dark colored bottles that have a dropper cap.

Take 3-4 drops per day in a small amount of wine or water. After two weeks, allow your body to regulate and communicate what your dosage should be.

The oil of egg made from the yolk is very high in protein, which is an excellent healing agent. When applied to a cut or wound the healing is accelerated sometimes more than 50 percent. Personally, we have witnessed some incredible results using oil of egg on our children and grandchildren. It is a "must" in your medicine cabinet. [It is also useful when applied to burns. Ed.]
To make oil of egg, take the second 1/2 of the tincture and place in a retort. [A simple distillation train will also work. - Ed.] Place the retort into a container of sand that is placed on top of a electric coil heater. Turn the heat on to low. Place a open-mouth container under the neck of the retort to hold the fluid that will evaporate and then condense as it comes over. When it is noted that there is no more fluid coming over, you will be left with oil of egg in the retort.
Store it in dark colored bottles with dropper caps. Use by placing a drop onto a cut or wound 1-2 times per day. Whether you are using the tincture or the oil, be aware that you do not want to contaminate the dropper by touching any object directly and then returning it to the bottle.

You may find it very interesting to spend time meditating and in contemplation on the symbol of the egg while you are doing this work. The process of alchemy provides us with keys to a greater inner understanding. Only by performing the actual process of an alchemical experiment can we truly know these inner truths, we thought we knew by reading or talking about them.

Enjoy your work and reap the many benefits.
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There is also a patent on egg oil method. I will give the url to the pdf:

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