The mining conditions in Jharkhand is an occupational hazard. As miners descend deep into the ground to scour for mica, they’re forced to curl themselves up just to fit in tiny holes.
As a result, they hurt their knees through prolonged kneeling and squatting coupled with lifting heavy tons of mica which puts additional pressure on their knees. Eventually, their knees give in and they end up losing their ability to walk.
That’s where the Ebers Plaster™ comes into play. Specially designed in a shape of a butterfly, the patch stretches to allow for maximum coverage over your entire knee.
Once applied, the goodness of the Egyptian herbs penetrates deep into your knee joint where you can experience a warming sensation lasting up to 12 hours. The continuous heat works by soothing and healing the damaged tissues in your knee as well as increasing blood flow and stimulating heat receptors to relieve pain. Overtime, your knees will be fully restored allowing you to walk painlessly again.
Confident that this newfound treatment is the way to go, the team of medical volunteers treated all the injured miners with the Ebers Plaster™. Much to their surprise, the patch turned out to be everything they could’ve imagined and MORE!
Not long after, Sandeep’s knees regained their strength and before they knew it, Sandeep was on his feet again. The pain in his knees subsided which made walking and working long hours possible again thanks to Ebers Plaster™.
Ever since word got out that ancient Egyptian medicine was used in curing Indian miners, it has garnered worldwide attention especially amongst doctors and medical scientists. So much so that extensive research has been conducted to develop more ground-breaking cures. One that hopefully leads to the cure for cancer. The medical world now concedes that prehistoric medicine is no longer a myth.
Ancient medicine has been long overlooked by Western science but truth is, ancient wisdom transcends modern technology. Dr. Fawcett believes that ancient treatments will revolutionize the world of medicine as we know it. After all, it has already begun in the case of miners in India. So, just imagine what it could do for the rest of the world.