The Cayce Herbal
 A Comprehensive Guide to the 
Botanical Medicine of Edgar Cayce

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Clinical Applications

Herbal Applications by Disease Classification

    Although this was not the preferred method of Edgar Cayce, the disease model is relatively simple and accessible to most physicians trained in allopathic medicine.


Cirrhosis of the Liver
  • Formula
Crohn's Disease Diabetes
  • Clary Water
  • Jerusalem Artichoke
  • Abdominal Castor Oil Packs
  • Passion Flower Fusion
Hemorrhoids Irritable Bowel Syndrome Kidney Stone Psoriasis
  • Formula
  • Yellow Saffron Tea
  • Slippery Elm Water
  • Olive Oil
  • Chamomile Tea
Pulmonary Tuberculosis
  • Apple Brandy Inhalant
Sinusitis Ulcerative Colitis Varicose Veins
  • Mullein Tea
  • Mullein Stupes

Herbal Applications by Organ and System

    Edgar Cayce typically used a complex systems approach to assessment and treatment planning.  The following organ and system designations closely parrallel Cayce's perspective on physiology and pathophysiology.  The Cayce Comprehensive Symptom Inventory (CCSI) is a psychometric instrument designed to approximate the Cayce assessment process and is currently being adapted for used with The Cayce Herbal.


Nervous Systems Gastric
  • Formula 2790-1: Gastralgia Tonic
  • Charcoal Tablets
Upper Intestinal Tract
  • Saffron Tea
  • Slippery Elm Water
  • Formula 5480-1: Clary Water Tonic
  • Chamomile Tea
Lower Intestinal Tract Liver/Gallbladder Kidneys
  • Cola Syrup
  • Watermelon Seed Tea
  • Mullein Tea
  •  Myrrh and Aloe Sitz Fume
Respiratory System Cardiovascular System
  • Mullein Stupes (Varicose Vein Treatment)
  • Mullein Tea for Varicose Veins
Lymph-Immune System
  • Abdominal Castor Oil Packs
Skin and Hair
  • Formula 528-2: Acne Scar Compound
  • Formula 2015-10: Scar Formula
  • Formula 1968-7: General Skin Lotion
  • Castor Oil and Baking Soda Paste
Musculo-Skeletal System


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