Part One: Dis-ease Treatment and Health
Skin eruptions can be in the form of bumps, rashes, acne, boils, black and whiteheads, pimples, herpes and pus-bumps. The pus is actually nature's liquid bandage, and is filled with curative nutrients.
The diet to assist skin cleansing should consist of raw fruits and vegetables, whole grains and wheat, beans, especially soya beans, brown rice, sprouts, millet, nuts, seeds and other whole foods.
Avoid processed foods, excess fat, fried foods and animal fats.
There are many drugs to avoid such as alcohol, cigarettes, white sugar, coffee, soft drinks, cocoa, commercial tea, synthetic deodorants (they keep in toxins) and commercial toothpaste.
These above restrictions should be followed for a healthy diet.
Wash skin with a natural soap, black (herbal/mineral) soap and clay soap.
Do not use commercial cosmetics, shampoos, lotions or creams. Skin dis-ease (acne) is usually aggravated and worsened by emotional tension and stress.
Vitamin, A, C, B complex , F (as found in cold -pressed soy, sesame, safflower and flaxseed oil), and niacin are helpful. Also, minerals such as dolomite and zinc are useful.
- Further, L-Lysine creme is effective. Additionally primrose oil and herb are beneficial. A natural multiple vitamin and mineral formula is beneficial.
Aloe Vera Juice and Cod Liver Oil.
Dandelion, red clover, chaparral, burdock, goldenseal, chickweed, sarsaparilla, sassafras, ginger.
Silicea, Kali, Mur,
- AMINO ACID
The arteries become hard or lose their flexibility due to dis-ease. Hardening is not the primary dis-ease, it is a secondary dis-ease reaction.
Hardening can be caused by absence of liquid of fluid within the arteries.
Salt, white sugar and animal flesh are substances which cause arteries to harden.
The body reacts by secreting oil (cholesterol) to soften the arteries which causes a high cholesterol level in the body.
This scientifically demonstrates that excessive eating of refined , bleached white flour and white sugar will cause hardening of the arteries.
Also, hydrogenated fats and large amounts of saturated (animal) fats such as tallow, which has a high accumulation of toxins, are responsible.
Vitamin C, E, B complex, B, niacin, rutin, bioflavinoids, lecithin, choline and calcium lactate.
Kiwi, grapefruit, lemon, pineapple, star-fruit (also known as carambola) mango, green plants, brewer's yeast, lecithin.
Kelp, garlic, hawthorn, yarrow, witch hazel, marigold, goldenseal, cayenne. comfrey, rosehip, mistletoe.
- AMINO ACID
Lysine, Aspartic Acide.
Reference: African Holistic Health: Liaila O Afrika-Dick Gregory
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