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(A) Refined Mokusaku (for External Use) (506ml rectangular bottle or 1050ml round bottle)

Target Illnesses

* Aids allergies such as atopic dermatitis, hay fever, sinus conditions, asthma and senile xerosis
* Removes keratin which causes rough skin, heat rash, skin spots and pimples
* Warms the applied area, relieving stiff shoulders, back pain, arthritis, poor circulation, hemorrhoids and insomnia
* Alleviates athlete's foot and itching by killing bacteria
* Alleviates dandruff and itching at the hair roots when added to hair rinse
* The fragrance gives people energy, aids internal functions, and hastens the alleviation of fatigue. The fragrance is also known to stimulate brain activity and ease nerves. (Yatagai, Mitsunari, Doctor of Science. Tokyo University. The Forest and Health.)

Use in Bathtub

* Pour 30ml (approximately three caps full) of Mokusaku into the bathtub. (Dilution Ratio: 1:10,000)

* The hot water softens approximately 10 minutes after the Mokusaku has been added. Enter the bathtub at that time.

* The bathtub does not require detergent for cleaning after use.

Use in Laundry

* Once the laundry is soaking in water, add 30ml (approximately three caps full) of Mokusaku. (You can economize use by using the residual water from the bathtub.)

* Wait approximately 10 minutes, and then add detergent (in an amount slightly less than usual).

* The clothing appears clean and fluffy without the use of bleach or softening agents.

(B) Distilled Mokusaku (for Internal Use) (small 62ml(*) bottle)

(1) Add 3-5 drops of Mokusaku to tea, wait two minutes, and drink the tea. The tea is said to help those persons with diabetes or hepatitis in recovery.

(2) Consumption of a 5%(a) solution of Mokusaku alleviates symptoms of diabetes, such as fatigue and dryness in the throat, decreases the blood-sugar level, and deters the progress of cataracts caused by diabetes. (Kanetake, Tomoharu. The Mystery of Chemical Element Atoms)

(3) Consumption of 20cc(*) of a 3%(b) solution of Mokusaku per day alleviates symptoms of hepatitis in men after two days, and appetite is regained. When the amount is increased to 50cc, fatigue decreases and biochemical blood test results improve according to clinical cases. (Tamura, Toyoyuki. Foundations and the Clinic.)

* 1ml = 1cc = 20 drops (62ml = 1,240 drops)
(a) A 5% solution refers to the ratio of Mokusaku to water. If the amount of water is 20ml, the amount of Mokusaku is 5% of 20ml, or 1ml. In this case, 20 drops (1ml) is added to the water.
(b) With a 3% solution, 0.6ml (12 drops) of Mokusaku is added to 20ml of water.

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