Natural Suggestion for Herpes and other STD’s

  • Today is the beginning of the rest of my life. 
  • I want to be stronger today than I was yesterday.
  • I want to Love more Deeply,
  • I want to Hear More Loudly,
  • I want to Touch More Fully the souls of those I pass by today.
  • I want to heal the wounds life has inflicted.
  • I want to point souls to the one who has all their answers.
  • I want to praise more joyously,
  • I want to offer myself more completely
  • To the One who has given His all for me.
Black Walnut

We have all made mistakes in our past, sometimes the results of our choices bring a lifetime of pain to us and those we share our journey with. Contracting an STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease) often carries lifelong consequences. Today I want to suggest some effective herbal supports that have proven helpful for others. These Suggestions are a combination of advice from Dr. John Christopher and myself.

Dr Christopher on STD’s:

The world today is on the skids. Disease is rampant and the cause is usually constipation, devitalized foods, etc. But there is one type of disorder that almost reaches epidemic proportions. This is venereal disease, the degeneration of the reproductive organs. Statistics support that far more people than you would think have or have had some form of gonorrhea. These diseases are usually sexually transmitted, but can then be passed on to innocent people and even children from contaminated latrines. There is even a strain of gonorrhea prevalent today known as the “Travis Strain” of gonorrhea (named after an air base in California where it was brought in after the war with Asia) that is resistant to penicillin and responds only to one of the most expensive forms of antibiotics which is unaffordable to the general public.

Indiscriminate sexual relations keep these diseases in constant incubation. Many people go untreated for the disorder and many others could care less if they are treated or not unless the disease advances to such a stage that the pain becomes unbearable. This disease is more common among men than women.

In gonorrhea, the genital area becomes extremely inflamed and a burning sensation occurs when the man urinates. There is also a discharge of green or yellow pus which continues for 6 to 8 weeks. It is through this pus that others can become infected. Gonorrhea eventually attacks the nervous system. If a person contracts the disease, treatment should begin immediately. A fresh fruit juice fast is recommended. The bowels should be kept clear by using the lower bowel formula. Follow the cleansing program recommended in the little booklet, Dr. Christopher’s Three Day Cleansing Program and Mucusless Diet. Add to this the herbal formula for the nerves, or some good nervine teas such as valerian root and chamomile. The prostate formula should also be used.

The new sexually transmitted disease called Herpes is not new at all but has been around since ancient times. It is akin to leprosy and is spreading in epidemic proportions. Treatment should be similar to treatment for gonorrhea. A poultice of raw garlic and slippery elm with golden seal can be applied directly to sores. This may be slightly painful, but it is one of the best ways to clear sores quickly.

Herpes is a result of toxic filth in the system so the blood stream should be kept clean by using a Red Clover Combination along with the avoidance of re-infestation by careful personal hygiene.

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Name Changes

We received a warning Letter from the FDA on Monday. Their current issues are with the names of several of our Herbal Support Formulas. They also found a connection between the website and our on line store.

According to the FDA language used to sell a product is NOT protected under the “right to free speech”, it is, according the them, “commercial language” and must comply with all their rules.

We comply with their understanding of free speech by keeping our teaching and resource site separate from our store site. There is no reference to the store at my blog or the page. They had to dig really, really deep to find the connection they found. A reference that should have been removed from the product information in the store. It has now been removed and several of our Herbal Support formula names have been changed to comply with their regulations.

The Natural Healing Ministry has been our work and calling. It is our belief that we should comply as far as possible, so we are able to continue to provide the truth of the power of the herbs, to support and restore health to the body, as found in God’s Pharmacy.

The PDF File below will provide the name changes for our members needing this information.

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Clearing Tumors, Cysts, & Warts, Naturally

There are few things in life that bring us to attention quicker than finding a lump or bump under our skin.  One day you feel nothing, the next there is a lump.  The doctor confirms that yes you have a lump.  He cannot tell you exactly what you are dealing with until he does further tests.  One of these will likely be a needle biopsy.  Most natural healers will caution anyone considering a biopsy for several reasons. 

First: The Body has locked the toxic material away in a nice little sack. If this is a malignant growth poking a whole into the bag allowing the toxic waste to mix with the blood is a very bad idea. 

Second: There is the danger of infection and uncontrolled bleeding.  No matter what the doctor says, a biopsy is a dangerous procedure which has taken many a life, before the diseased condition was even diagnosed. 

With all this in mind today I want to provide some great Natural Healing Material which has been used successfully in conjunction with the Incurables Program to clear tumors & cancer from all parts of the body

When doing any strong healing program it is important to ensure the bowels are open and working well, while supporting the Liver and Kidneys in their role of detoxing the waste from the body. The Incurables Program will establish the foundational support for the Liver Flushing and Kidney Flushing needed to clear these issues from the system.

Potassium Deficiency is the Cause

When cysts or tumors grow in places where they can be seen outside the body, often we react by having them cut out. This defeats healing by working on the effect instead of the cause. You can cut cysts out, tumors off, and burn warts off (which are also a potassium deficiency), or get rid of as many moles as you wish, but unless you go to the cause, they will grow back again, and you may end up with as many or more cysts, tumors, moles as before. Different signs of potassium deficiency will keep popping out on the body because the condition that needs correcting is on the inside. You have to go into the cause, Dr. Christopher always insisted, which is the way we have been eating.


Hundreds of women have wondered why they have tumors and cysts in their bodies. The cause, according to Dr. Christopher, is POTASSIUM DEFICIENCY. When a patient takes plenty of potassium FOODS (not supplements) you can remove the cause of the cysts and tumors. Other foods, which are lower in potassium, must not be increased when you are trying to increase the potassium in the system. When patients go on the three-day cleanse and mucusless diet and take the female corrective formulas, they receive nourishment which is high in potassium. Miraculous things happen to them.

For even faster results, you can add to each cup of herb tea six to ten drops of Elderberry Tincture or six to ten drops of Black Walnut Tincture, both of which are extremely high in potassium.

Cysts and tumors are like leeches, but they stay in places where there is a body deficiency. As soon as the body is balanced and well, the cysts and tumors have to go, because the material is too healthy for them to live on.

This is why so many patients brought Dr. Christopher cysts and tumors in various sizes that they had expelled from their bodies. There is not enough food, in the form of dying or deficient body materials, so they just decide to leave.

You can make your own potassium broth by simmering equal parts of red potatoes, celery, carrots, onions, and herbs to taste. Raw vegetable and fruit juices also flood the system with potassium.

Potassium Broth Recipe:

This is a great-tasting addition to your cleansing program. It will flush your system of toxins, poisons and unwanted salts and acids while giving you a concentrated amount of vitamins and minerals.

Fill a large pot with:
25% *potato peelings,
25% *carrot peelings and whole chopped beets,
25% chopped onions including 50 cloves of garlic,
25% celery and dark greens.
Add hot peppers to taste.
Add enough distilled water to cover vegetables

Simmer on very low temperature for 1-2 hours. Strain, or just dip your mug in, and
drink only the broth.

Put the vegetables in your compost. Make enough for two days, refrigerating the leftover
broth. It is important to use Organic vegetables. We do not want to consume any toxic
insecticides, pesticides or inorganic chemical fertilizers while we are on a cleansing and
detoxification program.

  • If you have no use for a large amount of peeled potatoes or carrots you can use the entire vegetable instead of just the peeling. Use 25% potatoes & 25% carrots unpeeled & chopped.
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Using Flax Seed Oil

Flax seeds are known for their many health benefits, which include providing a hearty dose of protein and fiber, reducing appetite and aiding in weight control.

Loaded with nutrients

Just one serving provides a good amount of protein, fiber, and omega 3 fatty acids, along with several important vitamins and minerals.

One tablespoon (7 grams) of ground flaxseed contains:

  • Calories: 37
  • Carbs: 2 grams
  • Fat: 3 grams
  • Fiber: 2 grams
  • Protein: 1.3 grams
  • Thiamine: 10% of the Daily Value (DV)
  • Copper: 9% of the DV
  • Manganese: 8% of the DV
  • Magnesium: 7% of the DV
  • Phosphorus: 4% of the DV
  • Selenium: 3% of the DV
  • Zinc: 3% of the DV
  • Vitamin B6: 2% of the DV
  • Iron: 2% of the DV
  • Folate: 2% of the DV

Flaxseed is particularly high in thiamine a B vitamin that plays a key role in energy metabolism as well as cell function. It’s also a great source of copper, which is involved in brain development, immune health, and iron metabolism

High in omega-3 fatty acids: Flaxseed is an excellent source of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), a type of omega-3 fatty acid that’s important for heart health and found primarily in plant foods

Rich in Fiber: With so much fiber packed into each tiny seed, flaxseed may help promote regular bowel movements and improve digestive health.

Versatile and easy to use:

Both flaxseed and flaxseed oil are easy to use and can be added to a variety of recipes. Here are a few simple ways to increase your intake:

  • Add flaxseed powder to water or sprinkle it into your smoothies.
  • Drizzle flaxseed oil on fresh salads in place of salad dressing.
  • Sprinkle ground flaxseed over hot or cold cereal for extra fiber and flavor.
  • Mix flaxseed into your favorite yogurt.
  • Give baked goods a healthy twist by mixing flaxseed into cookies, muffins, or breads.
  • Combine flaxseed with a bit of water for a simple egg substitute.
  • Incorporate flaxseed into meat or veggie patties.

How much Flax Seed Oil do you need?

Many of the health benefits noted in the studies above were observed with just 1 tablespoon (7 grams) of ground flaxseed per day.

However, it’s best to limit your intake to around 4–5 tablespoons (28–35 grams) of flaxseed per day — so you don’t get too much fiber — and enjoy as part of a healthy, balanced diet.


Ground flaxseed provides the greatest health benefits. If you use flaxseed oil, remember to store it in a cool, dark place and cook with it at low temperatures.

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Coconut Oil vs. Olive Oil for Skin Care

We are always looking for better ways to aid our members with the best herbal supports available. Here is some great information on Coconut Oil and Olive Oil. It would appear that our Black Walnut Salve would be more effective if we produced it with the Coconut oil.

I will post the article here as anytime I link to an article that has such great information it will, of course, disappear leaving a bad link and the loss of some great material.

Olive oil has been used since ancient times as a moisturizer for skin and hair. These days, however, coconut oil has been getting all the beauty world and wellness buzz. From haircare to lip balm to coconut pulling – a dental health trend where you swish oil in your mouth for anywhere from 5 to 20 minutes – coconut oil seems like it can do it all.

But which is better for skin care? While they both deliver a boost of moisture and a smooth, silky sheen, there are some key differences between these two hydrating natural oils. We’ll compare the two here. The Credit for this research and article goes to:

Benefits of Coconut Oil vs. Olive Oil for Skin Care

Is it moisturizing?

Coconut Oil

Rich and lush, coconut oil is a natural moisturizer. It makes skin feel soft, supple, and smooth, and gives off a light, glowy sheen.

That said, there are two types of moisturizers: occlusives and humectants. Oils, including both coconut oil and olive oil, are occlusives.

Occlusives coat the skin and keep moisture inside so that it doesn’t evaporate.

Humectants attract moisture from the environment or the ingredients in the product itself and draw it into the skin. Two humectants commonly used in skin care products are hyaluronic acid and glycerin.

Coconut oil also contains high amounts of linoleic acid. This is an unsaturated omega-6 fatty acid that acts as an emollient and can also boast some anti-aging benefits, too. An emollient soothes the skin, leaving it feeling silky-smooth and supple.

Olive Oil

As olive oil is also an occlusive, applying olive oil to the skin feels rich and moisturizing. In addition to giving skin a moisturized feeling, olive oil contains fatty acids that help dry skin, including oleic acid, palmitic acid, and linoleic acids.

Olive oil is also an emollient, so skin feels smooth and moisturized.

The Verdict

Both coconut oil and olive oil are occlusive moisturizers, which means they do a good job sealing moisture in. They’re also emollients, so they soothe and smooth the skin for a lush, moisturized feel. However, they don’t draw moisture into the skin.

To make either oil a more well-rounded moisturizer, combine it with another product that contains a humectant.

Is it antimicrobial?

Coconut Oil

Some studies have found that the medium-chain fatty acids found in virgin coconut oil have impressive antimicrobial properties. These fatty acids, which are a form of saturated fat, make up 65% of the total composition of virgin coconut oil. Lauric acid, which makes up 49%, is particularly effective at killing harmful microorganisms and bacteria.

One interesting study compared the effectiveness of olive oil and coconut oil on individuals with atopic dermatitis (also known as eczema) caused by Staphylococcus aureus bacteria on the skin. In the end, only 5% of subjects using coconut oil were still positive, compared to 50% using olive oil.

As such, coconut oil can be used on skin infections caused by bacteria or fungi, like athlete’s foot, folliculitis, and acne.

Olive Oil

EVOO also has some antimicrobial properties. (Read more about the bioactive compounds in olive oil here.) The main polyphenol compounds found in extra virgin olive oil include oleuropein, hydroxytyrosol, and oleocanthal, which possess anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial properties.

Some research shows that olive oil can help kill the bacteria that causes acne to form, though more studies are needed, as this sample size was rather small.

The Verdict

Thanks to the power of lauric acid, one of the medium-chain fatty acids in coconut oil, coconut oil has impressive antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties. It can be used for athlete’s foot and other mild skin maladies. Extra virgin olive oil also contains polyphenol compounds that are shown to be antimicrobial, though these are less effective at killing microorganisms than coconut oil.

When it comes to antimicrobial and antibacterial properties in skin care, however, these are often aimed at fighting acne. Acne requires bacteria to grow. While coconut oil has more antibacterial properties, it is also quite heavy, which means it can cause a breakout.

As cosmetic chemist Ee Ting Ng told Byrdie, “The fatty acids prevalent in olive oil—and all plant oils and butters in general—are the very food source for acne-causing bacteria and yeasts to grow.” As such plant oils may not be the best choice for those with acne.

Olive oil can also cause a breakout on acneic skin, but it is lighter than coconut oil so it could have better results. We suggest doing a spot check on your chin line or another more hidden spot before you apply either oil to your whole face.

Does it have antioxidants?

Coconut Oil

Antioxidants help with oxidative stress, a process that can produce free radicals. These are potentially dangerous chemicals that can damage cells and could lead to the development of cancer, in the worst cases.

Coconut oil does contain antioxidants, but not to the extent of EVOO. As Dr. Qi Sun, an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School told the New York Times, “While it’s true that extra-virgin coconut oil, like extra-virgin olive oil, contains phytochemicals, most of the coconut oil on the market is refined and provides few of those antioxidants.”

EVOO, on the other hand, is not refined, so it retains an impressive amount of antioxidants.

Olive Oil

The benefits of olive oil’s powerful antioxidants might work to protect the skin similar to how the cooking oil works to protect heart health and help with cholesterol. The antioxidants, especially the omega-3s and vitamins A and K, found in olive oil might work to prevent premature aging when applied topically.

And there’s more: some intriguing research suggests that applying olive oil after sun exposure could protect against cells that cause cancer.

In this study, researchers applied olive oil to the skin of mice that had been exposed to potentially dangerous UV rays. The mice with olive oil had significantly less tumor growth than the mice that did not have olive oil on the skin. More studies are needed on the effects on human skin, but it is an exciting finding.

The Verdict

As the professor mentioned, while coconut oil has antioxidants, the refining process doesn’t do much good for getting those antioxidants to you, the consumer, leaving olive oil the victor when it comes to antioxidant benefits.

Which is Better: Coconut Oil or Olive Oil?

To sum up, neither is “better” across the board. Coconut oil and olive oil have a lot in common, when it comes to skin care benefits.

If you’re looking for specific benefits, however, there are a few key differences to note.

Olive oil has more antioxidants than coconut oil.

Coconut oil has more antimicrobial properties, making it a better choice for fighting funguses and infections.

As coconut oil feels heavier than olive oil, some may feel it’s too strong for the face. Others will love the rich feel. In the end, it comes down to preference.

How to Apply Coconut Oil to the Skin

To get all the benefits of coconut oil, you’ll need the good stuff. Start with a 100% pure, unrefined, organic coconut oil.

As coconut oil is occlusive, it will keep your other products from seeping into the skin. Be sure to apply it as the last step to your regimen (beneath sunscreen during the day, of course!)

For best results, apply when skin is wet and avoid applying alongside essential oils.

Coconut oil hardens at room temperature, so massage it in your hands until it liquifies and then apply wherever you need it.

Use coconut oil as a makeup remover to remove waxy products like waterproof mascara and eyeliner.

Too much coconut oil can cause clogged pores because of the total fat, depending on your skin type. Starting with a thin layer is best.

How to Apply Olive Oil to the Skin

Ideally, start with an organic, non-GMO extra virgin olive oil (EVOO). This olive oil contains the highest concentration of antioxidants and vitamins like vitamin E, and uses no preservatives.

As olive oil is an occlusive moisturizer, sealing in moisture, it should be applied at the end of your skin care regimen after using cleansers, serums, and even moisturizers. (By day, it should be your last product before sunscreen!)

You might choose to mix your olive oil with another moisturizer. As always, apply right out of the shower or bath, when your skin is still a little wet.

Try using olive oil as a makeup remover to remove waxy products.

Don’t overdo it! A thin layer works wonders. Too much can cause clogged pores, especially for acne-prone skin or already oily skin conditions.

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The Cost Of Change

There is a price to pay for change of any kind.  Doing something new or different means you must pay a price in time, effort, and the loss of the comfortable habit you have decided needs to be stopped, changed, or amended.

A lifetime ago, a wise friend tried to open my eyes to a poor choice I was making.  Standing outside the hospital room of my sick friend he quietly explained,  “You must let go of the past before I can give you something better.“  Letting go of what is no longer working is the only way to truly embrace something better.  Creating a space in your life for a better choice, a change, requires removing what is in that space.  Making the time for something new, or ending a relationship that no longer works.  Making space in your life is Honestly Choosing To Embrace Change.

August 2017 was a month of change in my life.  Deciding to begin a serious weight loss program, something I’d done many times before. The emotional healing needed had been done, I was ready to let it all go, and I had a good game plan.  Understanding enough to know I would need a daily reward or boost from my scales I decided to do an intense weight loss program.  Following the advice provided in, “The Obesity Code,” by Dr Jason Fung, I began  a modified water fasting program.  To his lemon water and vitamin supplement suggestions, I opted to add the Weight Loss formula, or the Anti-Depressant Formula to my daily routine  (FYI: All alcohol extracts are ‘0’ carbs when combined with hot water)

Over the next 12 months 200 lbs melted from my body.  I continued on a strong program for another year and dropped an additional 40 lbs.  My endocrine system took a real hit from the rapid weight loss.   There has been an emotional and physical cost to pay. 

Physically the need for additional nutrition to rebuild and strengthen while being careful to reset my bodies set weight so it will not feel the need to pack the weight back on.  My daily food program is a combination of High protein and high fiber in conjunction with intermittent fasting, 

Emotionally it has been a struggle to develop a new mental image of myself.  Changing my self-perception required all obese pictures be removed and new ones put in their place. An illustration of the need to update my self-image played out one afternoon.  My husband and I went out to a restaurant and as we were being conducted to our table were required to pass through a small opening between tables.  I became flustered knowing I’d never be able to comfortably fit.  I was looking around for another way to our table when my sweet husband noticing my distress said, “You’ll fit.”  It all happened very quickly and there was actually plenty of room to maneuver. 

Once the weight was off I had to accept and embrace the woman the Lord created me to be.  Developing the emotional strength to move through my life without the physical buffer created by the excess weight I’d been hiding behind for the past 30 years.  In the first couple of years I had to deal with the occasional panic attack. The lost, alone feeling defeated me one afternoon as I was shopping. I fled the store leaving my basket of groceries somewhere inside.   Praise the Lord for the Nerve Food Formula, my nerves needed additional nutrition once provided I could cope. Has the price of change been worth the cost?  You bet; I love my life even though I am still paying in installments for all the changes.  My physical system in still a bit weak.  Emotionally there are days I still feel a bit lost and alone.  The learning curve required to be me has been deep but doable.  The Lord and my husband have been with me every step of this new journey, smoothing the way, providing the love and strength I lacked for the journey.

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Power & Energy for a Happy Life

Personal energy is  vital for the enjoyment of life.  Our daily routines become a grueling round of duties when our “get up and go, has got up and went”.  The lack of energy is also a contributing factor in excess weight, and depression.  The common thought is, “no energy, ok, eat something for a quick burst of power.  The “something” is often high in carbs, fat, sugar, salt… adding to the toxicity already bogging down the body and the emotional depression breaking trust with ourselves brings on.  All our great promises to make better choices, eat better, exercise more, go out the window when there is no energy to get through the day. 

Ok, energy, where, what, how are the questions.  We can all use a bit more at times.  What foods, and activities are available to clear the brain fog, juice the body and send a person off with a spring in their step.  Not that all personalities want to spring through the day, but the ability and joy that come from knowing whatever task the day holds, it all good and doable.  

Step One: Clear the toxicity, ensure the bowels are open and working well.  Holding all that toxic waste in your bowels for your blood to pick up and carry throughout the body is a sure, quick way to knock out your energy and bring on Brain fog.

Step Two: Use real energy foods that feed the Thyroid, and Adrenals.  A great start to any day is a morning smoothie made with Fresh Juices & the Superfood.  The nutrients are in the blood feeding the cells in around 15 minutes.  For a real shot of energy when the day keeps going but your forward momentum is done, try  4 tablespoon of Superfood in a glass of  juice or water. 

The Master Herb for the Thyroid is Kelp.  Using a mix of three great kelps makes what I like to call “Super-kelp”.  Using 5 to 10 kelp capsules 2 or 3 times a day feeds the thyroid gland providing natural, real energy that is not a drain or taxing on the adrenals.

The Brain formula using the Master Brain Herb, Ginkgo, which increases blood flow to the brain, which in turn clears the brain fog.  (how great is that).  Adding the brain formula to a single cup of real coffee, which has been proven to increase the metabolism, clear brain fog is a great way to start the day for those who are able safely use coffee.  For more information on Caffeine, Green Tea, and Coffee check out Dr. Tim Jennings Q&A on Caffeine.

Step Three: Move your body.  When your energy is low get out and move.  Work up a sweat this releases endorphin.  Endorphins help relieve pain, reduce stress and improve your sense of well-being.  Although research is ongoing, scientists have found that higher endorphin levels can reduce pain and increase pleasure. High endorphin levels may also help: reduce symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression. improve moods.

It is important that each person know themselves.  Allow for your limitations and personality, don’t set yourself up to lose.  Begin to make simple choices that you can and will be able to do.  Start easy, set a timer, put sticky notes up to remind yourself.  Change is not easy but by repetition you will make a habit, changing  the way you think and live for the better.

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Natural Root Beer

Here is one of my favorite beverages, homemade Root Beer. If you follow the directions you will have a very pleasant and healthy drink your whole family will enjoy.


Sarsaparilla root can be used as a dye plant although it has a tendency to fade. It was formerly used in the making of root beer, so much so that the flavor has been duplicated synthetically and the root is no longer present in the beer.

Harris said that his grandfather made a good homemade root beer with more or less equal parts of Sarsaparilla, burdock, dandelion roots, sassafras bark and red clover.

Dr. Christopher gave a good recipe for root beer. If you are going to serve root beer to the kids, start ahead of time and give them the genuine article.

  • 2 ounces Sarsaparilla root
  • 2 ounces Sassafras root bark
  • 1 ½ ounces wintergreen herb
  • ½ ounce tansy
  • ¼ tsp. Baking yeast or Wine yeast
  • 1 pint molasses (NOT Blackstrap)
  • 1 Gallon Distilled Water
  • 1 ½ Gallons Distilled Water–Lukewarm
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Natural Support for Pancreatic Cancer


I HIGHLY suggest for ANYONE, who has been diagnosed as “INCURABLE” or “HOPELESS” to THROW OUT that Diagnosis and start on a HEALING Program IMMEDIATELY! The “INCURABLES” Program has NO POWER, unless you put ALL of the Time and Energy, that you have into it! You must give l00%!

LOVE, giving it and receiving it, is the MOST POWERFUL Cleansing and HEALING TOOL! Be RESPONSIBLE for yourself! You created this PROBLEM and you can get RID of it! NO one ever got BETTER by feeling SORRY for themselves! The Doctors were WRONG; you can get WELL! FORGIVE EVERYONE in your PAST, including ALL of the Doctors! The MAIN Function of your Body is to REPAIR and HEAL itself, so let’s get STARTED! THERE ARE NO “INCURABLE” DISEASES! GET POSITIVE RIGHT NOW! BELIEVE, START NOW!

The Food Program

If you are seriously ill, you are to discontinue food immediately. You will be drinking one gallon a day of water and fresh juices. No food. Some members may need to drink up to two gallons per day to maintain good hydration. It all depends on how large a person you are.

The larger you are the more fluids you will need to maintain good hydration which will aid your body in cleansing and healing. There are many resources available on this subject, check them out and use the information to determine how much fluid your body needs to maintain good health.

Buy A Juicer

The best juicers have the juice coming out one place and the pulp ejected out another. If this is not the case you will have to stop in the middle of juicing to clean the pulp from the juicer. Way to much hassle.

Check the internet or your local health food store for an affordable Juicer. I like the Champion juicer because it’s versatile. For about $250 you can mill your own flour (if you buy the milling attachment) make nut butters, frozen fruit desserts, and juices in it.

Now supposedly the best one made is Norwalk, but its $2000. Who needs that? The Champion works great. Some people feel the Juiceman, which is about $300, is a little easier to clean. I got my Champion almost 10 years ago, I’ve still got the same one and it’s still putting out great healing juice.

JUICES ONLY – during the most critical phases of healing.

  • If you don’t have a juicer, BUY ONE.
  • If you choose not to invest in one you might as well stop the program now before you waste any more of your hard earned money. Because that is all you will be doing.

Why is Nutrition so Important?

Herbs are God’s master builders; he has provided a master herb for every function and organ in the body. For example Hawthorne is the master heart herb, it has an enzyme that attaches to the cells of the heart that enable them to absorb more oxygen. Thus the heart is protected so even if there is an attack and oxygen to the heart is cut off the heart muscle will not be as damaged. Hawthorne is also heart food. It feeds the heart cells with exactly what they need, speeding healing and strength to this very important organ.

Now we know that different herbs target different areas of the body depending on the work God designed them to do. What most people don’t seem to understand is that these master builders do not contain the massive amount of nutrition needed to do the work they are capable of doing.

In other words if you continue to eat the average American food program of hamburgers and pizza you will fail to provide your body the raw material needed. You would have been effectually sending these wonderful master builders into your body with no wood (nutrition) to build with. Nutrition is the material these master builders need to rebuild your body. If you don’t provide copious amounts throughout the day they will be unable to do anything as they pass through your body. All your hard work will be for naught.

Once you are off 100% juices, you will be eating a 100% total vegan vegetarian raw diet. This includes all vegetables, fruits, raw nuts and seeds, and soaked and sprouted beans and grains. See Attached pdf for complete article:

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Understanding The Brain

The human body is an extremely intricate, divinely computerized and a highly evolved vehicle.  It is much like man-made vehicles in that it must be in perfect running condition in order to get a “good performance.”

The nervous system consists of three major parts that must be in a healthy condition in order to work smoothly together.  First let’s consider the brain


The encephalon.  That part of the central nervous system contained in the cranial cavity, consisting of the cerebrum, cerebellum, pons and medulla oblongata.


The chief portion of the brain, occupying the whole upper part of the cranium, and consisting of the right and left hemispheres; the endbrain; telencephalon


The inferior part of the brain lying below the cerebrum and above the pons and medulla, consisting of two lateral lobes and a middle lobe.


A convex white eminence situated at the base of the brain.  It consists of fibers and nuclei which receive impulses from the cerebral cortex, and sends fibers to the contralateral side of the cerebellum by way of the brachium pontes.”

Medulla oblongata

The upper, enlarged part of the spinal cord, extending from the cord opposite the foramen magnum to the pons.”

The above gives a brief general description of the brain, showing where the various sections lie in the cavity, but let’s go in a little deeper to see how the different sections of the brain work together. 

The following information is taken from The New Modern Home Physician, (Wm. H. Wise and Co., Inc., 1947):

  • “The large masses of nervous tissue forming the brain has an average weight of forty-nine ounces in a male adult. 
  • The structure of the brain shows extraordinary complexity. 
  • The larger part consists of the cerebrum in the form of two hemispheres, right and left, which are connected together by a broad band of fibers running transversely, and known as the corpus callosum.
  • Below this come, in succession and on either side, masses of gray nervous matter, the optic thalamus and corpus striatum, and a stalk, the crus, literally a limb. 
  • Then there is the pons or bridge, and lastly the medulla oblongata or bulb which is continuous with the spinal cord (q.v.).
  • Behind and below the cerebral hemispheres is the cerebellum, or little brain, which also consists of two hemispheres.  These are connected with each other by a central part called the vermiform process and also through the pons.

Nervous Matter

Nervous matter is of two kinds, gray and white.  The former consists of nerve cells and their processes, and the latter of medullated nerve fibers, that is to say, nerve fibers which have a protective white sheath.  Both the fibers and the cells are supported by a kind of connective tissue called neuroglia.

The outer surface of the cerebrum and of the cerebellum is composed of layers of gray matter, and this is infolded, forming convolutions, affording thereby an increase in the area of the brain surface. 

The optic thalamus, as stated, is composed of gray matter, and besides this there are other masses in the base of the brain, in the crus, the pons and the medulla.  It is in the cells of the gray matter that nerve energy originates.  The nerve fibers of the white matter merely transmit such energy.

Within the brain there is a series of cavities known as ventricles, which communicate with each other and have a canal that runs down the center of the spinal cord.  These are filled with a watery fluid, called the cerebrospinal fluid.  The brain is covered by three membranes, the pia mater, in close contact with the brain substance, the arachnoid and the dura mater.  The last is in two layers, one lining the interior of the skull, and the other supporting the brain and sending folds into the deep fissures in the brain in order to accomplish this.

The space beneath the arachnoid is filled with cerebrospinal fluid, which is in communication with the fluid in the ventricles of the brain through certain openings at the back of the medulla oblongata.  This fact is of importance in connection with the occurrence of hydrocephalus (q.v.). It will be appreciated also that, as a preventive against injury, the brain has the advantage of resting on a water cushion.

The deeper fissures seen on the surface of a cerebral hemisphere mark its division into lobes.  The fissure of Rolando (after the Italian anatomist, Lugi Rolando), which, beginning a little behind the top of the head, runs obliquely downwards and forwards, marks the boundary between the frontal lobe in front and the parietal lobe behind.  The occipital lobe lies behind the parietal, and below these is the temporal lobe.  The mention of these lobes simplifies reference to the functions of the brain.  The gray matter on its surface contains millions of nerve cells, which are grouped according to the work they do.  In front of the fissures of Rolando is the area concerned with initiating voluntary movements, subdividing into parts serving the leg, arm and face in this order from above downwards.  The left side of the brain serves the right side of the body, however, and vice versa.

                Sensation is to some extent served by this area, but more by the parietal lobe.  Tactile sensations and those of pain and temperature are, however, appreciated by the optic thalamus; but this is under the control of the cerebral cortex or outer surface, and if this control is lost pleasing sensations become more pleasing and painful more painful.  In the optic thalamus, also, it would appear that movements expressive of emotion originate, smiling, for example, or grimacing from pain.

                The center for hearing is in the temporal lobe, and the smell seems to be related to a part of the brain at the anterior extremity of this lobe.  The centers for vision are in the occipital lobe.  The speech centers appear to be in the lower frontal and parietal lobes on the left side for a right-handed person.  The cerebellum is of importance in preserving equilibrium, and in coordinating the movements of muscles so as to permit the performance of complicated actions.

                From the brain comes twelve pairs of nerves, whose names and actions are as follows: (1) olfactory, subserving smell; (2) optic, nerve of vision; (3) oculomotor, supplying most of the muscles which move the eyeball and the muscle which contracts the pupil; (4) nerve supplying the muscle which turns the eyeball downwards and outward; (5) trigeminal, nerve supplying sensation to the face, etc., and to the muscles of mastication; (6) nerve supplying the muscle which turns the eyeball outward; (7) facial, nerve supplying the muscles of the face; (8) auditory, subserving hearing; (9) glossopharyngeal, a nerve of taste, also supplying sensation to the inside of the throat and activating some muscles there; (10) vagus, or wandering nerve, supplying the heart, lungs, stomach and other viscera, etc., (11) spinal accessory, supplying muscles in the neck; (12) hypoglossal, supplying the muscles moving the tongue.

                The blood supply of the brain is derived from the internal carotid and the vertebral arteries.  The venous blood and cerebrospinal fluid drain into the large venous channels, known as sinuses, which, in turn, pour their contents mainly into the internal jugular vein.  At various points on the surface of the skull these sinuses are connected with external veins, which, if they become infected, may communicate infection to the veins within.  One of the sinuses, the sigmoid, lies on the inner side of the mastoid process, and not infrequently becomes infected in suppurative disease of the middle ear.

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