The Road To Wellness
To review our new understanding of health vs. disease:
• We have only two problems: parasites and pollutants. Parasites are things that live on us, using up our food and giving us their wastes. Pollutants are toxic things in us making it difficult for our organs to do their work. These two things are responsible for all our other problems.
• Our bodies have been trying to rid us of these by making stones, making secretions, giving us swellings, inflammations and benign tumors. We develop deficiencies and disabilities.
• Finally, some permanent damage is done. Our hair turns gray, we develop cataracts, the spine bends, nerves and muscles die. We weaken.
Our strategy to undo all this will be a logical one.
First, we will kill all parasites, bacteria, viruses and fungi.
Second, we will remove the toxic molds, metals and chemicals in our foods and body products.
Third, we will clear away and wash away the stones, secretions and debris already formed, that hinder healing.
Fourth, we will use herbs and special food factors to hasten healing, being very careful to use pure products. (These act more quickly when given intravenously but the emphasis in this book will be on oral consumption.)
Finally, for repairs that are beyond our abilities, we will seek help from health and medical professionals.
What could be more exciting than finding the tremor is out of your arm or the pain is out of your shoulder? Won’t it be admirable to correct your pulse and your high blood pressure, by yourself? What an adventure it could be to get rid of all your warts.
But getting rid of pain seems like a first priority to me, since pain often undermines our morale, our initiative to do things, even our interest in getting well!
Many of our illnesses are caused by unsuspected sources. I have found pigeon tapeworm in humans, for instance.
Fig. 9 Feed animals out of your yard and away from where children play. Their wastes contain pathogens.