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The Herb Cabinet

(Walt Cross - 3 DVDs)

God has given us natural tools to prevent and address health problems that may come our way. Herbs, though they may be inexpensively gathered and simply prepared, can be powerful tools for better health when combined with trust in God. Medical missionary Walt Cross talks about how to use some of the most common herbs for prevention and treatment of some of the most prevalent health conditions today.

Cross - 3031: Poultices and Fomentations / Herbal Cabinet (DVD)

In this presentation, medical missionary Walt Cross looks at poultices and fomentations. Learn about the use of poultices in Biblical history, which herbs make good poultices, how to use herbs topically, four types of herbal poultices (fresh plant, spit, hot and cold herbal poultices) and components of basic poultices.  The section on fomentations covers fomentations made with juices, oils and herbal teas. Walt demonstrates the simple preparation and application of herbs in poultices and fomentations. He also shares his tips for using them effectively and gives concrete examples of the use of poultices and fomentations from his experiences. 

Time: 1h33m

Cross - 3032 : Infusions and Decoctions / Herbal Cabinet (DVD)

Walt Cross discusses herbal teas, explaining which parts of the plants to use and how to prepare them for making infusions and decoctions. He also demonstrates how to make decoctions and hot and cold infusions and describes their uses. He discusses some of the most commonly used and most readily available herbs, how to prepare and apply the infusions and decoctions made with these herbs and the resulting health benefits.

Time: 49 minutes 

Cross - D3033: Extracts / Herbal Cabinet (DVD)

In this presentation, Walt Cross discusses the benefits of using herbal extracts, which include high potency, low cost, increased shelf life and ease of administration as compared with taking herbs in pill or capsule form. He explains the difference between extracts made with vegetable glycerin and those made with alcohol and demonstrates two simple methods for preparing herbal extracts. He also lists about 30 herbs that can be used for making extracts and how they can be used medicinally.

Time: 1h08m

Cross - D3034: Essential Oils Part 1 / Herbal Cabinet (DVD)


In this presentation, Walt discusses essential oils. Learn how to choose the best quality essential oils, how they’re extracted, common application methods, properties, common uses, and precautions for using them. Walt also covers definitions for medicinal effects and demonstrates several methods of applying essential oils and shows how to use a diffuser to get their medicinal properties into the air. Some of the most commonly used essential oils are discussed in detail, including lavender, peppermint, eucalyptus, lemon, tea tree and others. Walt also shares many of his experiences with people he has successfully helped using essential oils.

Time: 1h38m

Cross - 3035: Essential Oils Part 2 / Herbal Cabinet (DVD)

In this presentation, Walt discusses essential oils. The information he shares covers extraction method, common application methods, properties, common uses, and precautions for more than 20 herbal essential oils, from bergamot to ylang ylang. He also shares many of his experiences with people he has successfully helped using herbs.

Time: 1h09m

Cross - 3036: Herbs Part 1 - Alfalfa to Cayenne / Herbal Cabinet (DVD)

The Bible and the Spirit of Prophecy both endorse the use of herbs provided by God for the benefit of humanity. Many beneficial herbs grow wild and are free for the picking. They can be simply prepared and provide significant health benefits without the side-effects associated with pharmaceuticals. In this lecture, Walt Cross discusses herbs from alfalfa to cayenne. For each herb, he discusses which parts of the herb to use, medicinal effects, health conditions for which the herb is used, and precautions associated with each. He also shares many of the experiences he’s had treating people with herbal remedies. 

Time: 1h18m


Cross - 3037: Herbs Part 2 - Chamomile to Ginger  / Herbal Cabinet (DVD)

 The Bible and the Spirit of Prophecy both endorse the use of herbs provided by God for the benefit of humanity. In this lecture, Walt Cross continues his discussion of common herbs, beginning with chamomile and ending with ginger. For each herb, he discusses which parts of the herb to use, medicinal effects, conditions for which the herb is used, and precautions associated with each. He also shares many of the experiences he’s had treating people with herbal remedies.

Time: 1h18m


Cross - 3038: Herbs Part 3 - Gingko Biloba to Oat Straw  / Herbal Cabinet (DVD)

The Bible and the Spirit of Prophecy both endorse the use of herbs provided by God for the benefit of humanity. In this lecture, Walt Cross continues his discussion of common herbs, beginning with gingko biloba and ending with oat straw. For each herb, he discusses which parts of the herb to use, medicinal effects, conditions for which the herb is used, and precautions associated with each. He also shares many of the experiences he’s had treating people with herbal remedies.

Time: 1h19m


Cross - 3039: Herbs Part 4 - Olive Leaf to Wild Lettuce  / Herbal Cabinet (DVD)

The Bible and the Spirit of Prophecy both endorse the use of herbs provided by God for the benefit of humanity. In this lecture, Walt Cross continues his discussion of common herbs, beginning with olive leaf and ending with wild lettuce. For each herb, he discusses which parts of the herb to use, medicinal effects, conditions for which the herb is used, and precautions. He also shares many of the experiences he’s had treating people with herbal remedies.

Time: 1h

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