Beauty Through Fasting, Cleanses and Diet

From start to finish there’s nothing beautiful about disease, I had to include one of the most talked about “alternative treatment” physicians of my time. With much thought I couldnt not include writings of Max Gerson.

There is no respite or escape anywhere on earth from the toxins that stifle our planet and overwhelm our bodies. Even our best efforts to eliminate or restrict exposure are often not adequate to the task, and as our toxic load increases so does our chance of developing chronic illness and disease.As explored in the first three parts of this series there are several methods for releasing the stockpile of chemicals and other toxins from the body in order to maintain or regain health. An alkaline diet devoid of processed foods isn’t always enough, and sometimes extreme measures are necessary to provide the level of cleansing required to keep up with the toxic onslaught.The little understood and much disparaged coffee enema is one such method of purification that cleanses the liver – the body’s largest filter – and provides a multitude of health benefits to the ailing body. Acceptance of the coffee enema’s value may result from an understanding of its history and therapeutic benefits.
Historical Use of Enemas
The use of therapeutic coffee enemas began during WWI; however, water enemas have been used for detoxification throughout the ages. In fact, the Vatican holds a third-century Aramaic manuscript in which enema directions are graphically transcribed. In the book The Gerson Therapyby Charlotte Gerson, daughter of famed cancer specialist Max Gerson M.D., and Morton Walker, D.P.M., these ancient instructions for detoxification are recorded:

I tell you truly, the angel of water shall cast out of your body all uncleanness which defiled it without and within. And all unclean and evil-smelling things shall flow out of you… I tell you truly, holy is the angel of water who cleanses all that is unclean and makes all evil-smelling things of a sweet odor…
Think not that it is sufficient that the angel of water embrace you outwards only. I tell you truly, the uncleanness within is greater by much than the uncleanness without. And he who cleanses himself without, but within remains unclean, is like to tombs that outwards are painted fair, but are within full of all manner of horrible uncleanness and abominations…

Seek, therefore, a large trailing gourd, having a stalk the length of a man; take out its inwards and fill it with water from the river which the sun has warmed. Hang it upon the branch of a tree, and kneel upon the ground before the angel of water, and suffer the end of the stalk of the trailing gourd to enter your hinder parts, that the water may flow through all your bowels. Afterwards rest kneeling on the ground…and pray to the angel of water that he will free your body from every uncleanness and disease. Then let the water run out from your body, that it may carry away from within it all the unclean and evil-smelling things… And you shall see with your eyes and smell with your nose all the abominations and uncleanness which defiled the temple of your body… tormenting you with all manner of pains. I tell you truly, baptism with water frees you from all of these. Renew your baptizing with water on every day of your fast, till the day when you see that the water which flows out of you is as pure as the river’s foam…(1)

Coffee Enemas for Detoxification

The time-tested water enema evolved during WWI when German medic supplies – including morphine – were in short supply and nurses were desperate to find ways of alleviating the post-surgery pain of severely wounded soldiers. Water enemas were routinely used, but anxious to find a more potent pain reliever, one resourceful nurse intuitively used leftover brewed coffee and found it to be highly effective.

Reports of the coffee’s analgesic benefits prompted two German researchers to study the properties in coffee that produced these effects. In the 1920s, after experimenting with rats, they published their findings that the caffeinated enemas stimulated the opening of bile ducts (Bile is formed by the liver, stored in the gallbladder, and secreted into the intestines – via bile ducts – carrying waste for transit from the body).

Dr. Max Gerson became familiar with the research and eventually adapted the use of coffee enemas into his detoxification therapy. Gerson observed that cancer patients didn’t die of the disease process itself, but rather because of the liver’s inability to detoxify and process the barrage of dissolving tumor masses and other metabolic toxins released in abundance as a result of his nutritional therapy. The addition of coffee enemas into the protocol resolved this dilemma.

His patients learned to self-administer the enemas up to four times daily to facilitate the continuous release of toxins from the body. The high success rate of the Gerson Therapy with terminal cancer and other serious illnesses is a testament to his nutritional protocol and the coffee enema’s detoxifying and restorative benefits for the liver.

In addition to its uses for pain relief, treatment and detoxification, the coffee enema is also a highly effective method of disease prevention and health maintenance.

Detoxification Mechanism of the Coffee Enema

The Gerson Therapy explains that caffeine and palmitates (chemicals in coffee) work synergistically to stimulate and cleanse the liver and blood. Without entering the digestive tract the caffeine is absorbed through the bowel wall, via blood vessels, and makes its way directly to the liver.

The caffeine exposure causes the liver’s portal veins and the bile ducts to expand which increases the release of diluted toxic bile. The enema fluid triggers peristalsis (intestinal muscle contractions) and the efficient removal of wastes from the body.

Palmitates in the coffee stimulate and increase the production of a liver enzyme called glutathione-S-transferase (GST), which removes free radicals and cancer cells from the bloodstream and facilitates detoxification of the liver. As a result of the enema the liver becomes less congested with debris, which makes room for the filtering process of yet more bodily toxins.

Ideally, the coffee enema should be retained for twelve to fifteen minutes during which time the body’s blood supply circulates and passes through the liver approximately five times (Every three minutes). Since the blood serum is detoxified as it flows through the caffeinated liver, the enema is essentially a form of blood dialysis (filtering) across the colon wall. Drinking coffee has no such therapeutic benefits and is in fact counter-productive.

Enema Procedure

As described in The Gerson Therapy, the enema coffee is made by adding three tablespoons of drip-grind (organic) coffee to one quart of boiling distilled water. After boiling uncovered for three minutes, the mixture is covered and simmered for fifteen more minutes. Hot water is added to replace what was lost through boiling. The quart solution is then strained and allowed to cool to body temperature.

The individual should have a comfortable place to lie down for the administering of the enema. It’s best to lie on the right side with legs pulled up towards the chest.

Caffeine-sensitive individuals can easily use the enema without ill effects provided the enema bag or bucket is not placed more than eighteen inches above the end of the insertion tube, to prevent systemic absorption of the caffeine.

If retaining the enema for twelve to fifteen minutes is too difficult, then a series of two or three enemas of shorter duration may be tried. Over time, it becomes easier to retain the enema for the full fifteen minute interval. Holding for more than fifteen minutes is not recommended since the caffeine may be absorbed systemically.

Enema Tips

For a milder effect, or if one has a sensitive colon due to chronic illness, herbal teas such as chamomile or Essiac may be used instead of, or in conjunction with the coffee enema. Prepare a quart of the desired tea following package instructions and proceed as with a coffee enema.

Alternatively, an enema of one-half quart tea may precede a coffee enema of the same quantity. Individuals who are unsure if the coffee or tea enema is an appropriate detoxification method for their condition should consult with a health care practitioner.

For nearly nine decades the coffee enema has proven itself to be effective at cleansing and restoring the liver, reducing and eliminating cancerous debris, and relieving severe pain from countless origins. It is yet another tool in the detoxification arsenal that should not be dismissed by anyone determined to prevent disease, reclaim their health or otherwise impede the ill effects of living in a toxic world.


1. Gerson, C. and Walker, M.: The Gerson Therapy. NY, NY: Kensington Publishing Corp., pp. 156 – 172, 2001

Lymphatic Cleansing 

It takes only two minutes of rebounding exercise to flush the entire lymphatic system.
One of several effective methods of detoxification is through lymphatic cleansing.Among the various functions of the lymphatic system is its ability to carry waste away from the cells and bloodstream to the body’s organs of elimination. The system is comprised of veins and capillaries, with one-way valves, that contain a clear fluid called lymph. This fluid also surrounds cells throughout the body and collects cellular debris before draining it into the lymphatic system. Lymph carries the waste on a one-way path toward the heart and passes through many filters (lymph nodes) where special white blood cells attack and eliminate foreign molecules.Once the lymph fluid approaches the heart it is returned to circulation and makes its way for further cleansing of toxins by the liver and kidneys.  The lymphatic vessels are not connected to the blood circulatory system, and unlike blood which is pumped by the heart, lymph fluid relies on bodily movement and exercise to drive it through the lymphatic system. Forceful flushing of the system cleanses lymph nodes, contributes to healthy, clear lymph fluid, and boosts the immune system. Stagnant, slow-moving and thick lymph fluid is due to a lethargic, toxic body and weakened immune system.

When the lymph fluid remains sluggish the lymph nodes become clogged and lose their filtering ability. Without routine flushing of the lymph, debris becomes trapped in the body, creating a toxic overload and contributing to the onset of disease.

Exacerbating the problem caused by lack of exercise is the constant onslaught of toxins from processed, denatured food and exposure to environmental pollutants. Regular exercise will help to offset these offenders.

Rebounding on a mini trampoline is perhaps the most efficient and forceful means of flushing the lymph while stimulating the immune system and defending against cancer and other ailments. During rebound exercise the forces of the upward and downward bounces – acceleration and deceleration – are vertically aligned on the same plane with gravity. It was proven by Albert Einstein in 1911 that the aligned forces of acceleration, deceleration and gravity result in an increased gravitational load (1). What this means for the body is that during rebound exercise cells adjust to the increased load by becoming stronger. Rebounding strengthens virtually every cell of the body at the same time and is equivalent to resistance training for the cells.

It takes only two minutes of rebounding to flush the entire lymphatic system, while cleansing and strengthening cells and lymph nodes. A further benefit to the body is that during this brief time span the white blood cells of the immune system triple in number and remain elevated for an hour. These specialized cells play a major role in the body’s defense against illness and disease. For one full hour their activity is increased as they perform their tasks of destroying and eliminating cancer cells and other toxins, expending themselves in the process. An hour after rebounding for two minutes the white blood cell count returns to normal (1, 2, 3).

At this point another two-minute rebound session would increase the demand for white blood cells as the process of cleansing, strengthening, and the flushing away of spent cells and other cancerous debris is repeated. A therapeutic strategy to rebuild health would be to rebound for two minutes every waking hour, or as many times a day as possible. Two minutes of gentle bouncing throughout the day is more effective for healing than one long session. Repeated short sessions sustain an active immune system, oxygenate and strengthen cells, and continuously cleanse the lymph. Therapeutic rebounding has been shown to reduce cancerous tumors and improve or heal a host of other ailments (3).

Those who are too weak to exercise or have difficulty standing can use a stabilizer bar which is available with most quality rebounders, such as the Needak model. This enables the weak individual to feel secure while bouncing gently. It’s important to begin slowly, and gradually increase to two minutes.

Rebounding can be performed by healthy individuals for health maintenance and disease prevention. One or more long sessions of aerobic rebounding will help stimulate the immune system, improve digestion, control weight, tone and strengthen the body, and build endurance – especially when done with hand-held weights.

When beginning a program of regular rebounding it’s best to gradually increase time and intensity as the body – including bones and internal organs – adjusts to the increased gravitational load and becomes stronger.

A healthy existence can only be sustained when we recognize the correlation between our toxic planet and our polluted bodies and become conscious stewards of both. One means toward this end is through daily rebounding combined with an alkaline diet to detoxify the body and profoundly contribute to optimum healing.

Future reports will cover the effectiveness and physiology of fasting, enemas and infrared sauna use for therapeutic detoxification.


1. Brooks, Linda: Rebounding and Your Immune System. Urbana, OH: Vitally Yours Press, 29; 33-46, 2003

2. Brooks, Linda: Cancer – A Simple Approach. Urbana, OH: Vitally Yours Press,
33-6, 2002

3. Brooks, Linda: Rebounding to Better Health. Sixth Printing, KE Publishing, 51-2; 39-56; 71-6, 2006

Fasting Whole Body Detoxification

Periodic fasting of one to ten days (or longer for experienced fasters) is a time-tested practice that furthers cleansing of the day-to-day pollutants from food and the environment, and also releases deeply held toxins that have been stored within bodily tissues for years or decades. It’s an invaluable means of augmenting the cleansing initiated by other methods such as exercise and an alkaline diet.All animals have a natural instinct that tells them when to fast for the purpose of healing, yet we humans – consumed by our hectic, demanding lives of quick fixes and fast foods – have become exceedingly detached from our own innate wisdom. The very practice of fasting can help sharpen our awareness and reconnect us with our instinctive nature.There are several types of liquid and modified “fasts”, with the water-only fast being the oldest, most natural means of cleansing the body. It is also the strictest and most difficult to follow; however, the internal cleanliness brought on by regular water fasts contributes to healthy aging as it continuously removes toxins from organs, tissues and the bloodstream, and helps prevent further toxic build-up.Other liquid fasts include organic, raw juices, and the Master Cleanser – also known as the Lemonade Fast – which consists of water, fresh squeezed lemon juice, maple syrup and cayenne pepper. These fasts provide nourishment while cleansing the body and are much easier to follow. They do not however provide the degree of rest for bodily systems as a water-only fast.It is generally recommended that those with illnesses such as cancer refrain from fasting; however, once the condition is stable and an alkalinizing diet is maintained (and no toxic treatments are prescribed) the practice of fasting may speed the healing process. In fact, this author began regular cleansing fasts – of each method described here – when cancer became stabilized, and continues to experience dramatic healing with no adverse side effects. It’s best to proceed with caution, perhaps beginning with a supervised fast or with weekly raw food cleanses, to gauge the body’s response.Possible ReactionsBefore embarking on a fast, one should be aware of possible unpleasant reactions. The first reaction would be hunger, as it takes the body three days to lose an appetite for food while fasting. More rest is sometimes necessary as energy levels may initially drop.Other typical reactions include headaches and a white coating on the tongue as stored toxins are dislodged from organs and tissues. Depending on the individual’s level of toxicity, blemishes, bad breath or body odor may be experienced as toxins are released through the skin.These are all temporary responses that are followed by a feeling of well-being, clarity, emotional and physical balance – and occasionally euphoria – depending on the amount of cleansing accomplished. The lasting benefits of fasting significantly offset the fleeting unpleasantries.During a fast, toxins will be flushed out of the body, primarily through the kidneys, lungs and skin. Bowel movements will be few or will stop completely as the body rests and rejuvenates itself. A colonic, enema or mild herbal laxative tea such as Smooth Move may be taken to aid the elimination process and to keep toxic residue from being reabsorbed into the body.An inexperienced faster should be aware that long fasts sometimes release a toxic overload that is difficult to process and should therefore be supervised to make sure the kidneys are not overburdened.Preparing for a FastIndividuals who are not already consuming a plant-based diet of unprocessed whole foods should transition to this type of cleansing diet for several days or more before beginning any type of fast, to ease into the detoxification process and stimulate elimination. This would include raw or lightly steamed vegetables, fruits, sprouts, fresh organic juices, very little fat from nuts, seeds and avocados, and minimal amounts of olive or flax oil.The Juice FastA juice fast provides concentrated nutrients that are easily and immediately assimilated by the body. It’s much easier to sustain a long juice fast as it provides instant energy to the body and has fewer of the unpleasant side effects as a water-only fast; however, it takes longer to experience the same benefits of the stricter fast.To optimize the benefits of a juice fast it’s best to choose vegetables and fruits that have the most powerful cleansing abilities. These include cabbage and all cruciferous vegetables, dandelion greens, sprouts, celery, carrots, lemons, apples and beets (2).The Master CleanserStanley Burroughs was the originator of the Master Cleanse diet in 1940 and developed it as both a cleanser and body builder, and to help others heal from illnesses including stomach ulcers and infections. It’s also effective as a reducing diet.One serving is made with 2 tablespoons of fresh organic lemon or lime juice, 2 tablespoons of grade B maple syrup (a dark grade with a high mineral content), and 1/10th teaspoon of cayenne pepper (to break up mucus) added to ten ounces of water. These three ingredients provide enough vitamins, minerals and calories to stave off hunger pangs for most fasters.

Although Burroughs claimed that the cleanse would facilitate healing of virtually all diseases, it may not be appropriate for individuals with candida, diabetes, or cancer – unless the latter condition is stabilized – because of its sugar content. Consult with a naturopath to determine if this cleanse is suitable for these illnesses.

Burroughs recommended consuming up to twelve glasses a day during the cleanse. He further suggested a fast of ten to forty days for physical and spiritual healing; however, this author has experienced weekly and monthly fasts of one to three days respectively to be extremely effective.

Elimination is uninterrupted on the Master Cleanser with the use of herbal laxative teas and/or a salt water drink to augment the cleansing action. The latter is made with two level teaspoons of sea salt added to one quart of lukewarm water, and consumed upon arising on each morning of the fast (3).
The Water Fast

In his book The Miracle of Fasting, health pioneer Paul Bragg – who spent decades supervising and practicing routine water fasting – outlines an incremental procedure for following water-only fasts. He suggests beginning with a twenty-four hour weekly fast of eight to ten glasses or more of pure water. Once this has been done successfully, the next fast can be extended to thirty-six hours. Short fasts of up to three days may be done monthly, after which time a longer fast of four to ten days, spaced at four-month intervals, may be implemented.

Bragg further advised that water fasts lasting longer than four days should not be attempted until after a successful six-month period of several shorter fasts along with a cleansing diet between
fasts (1). The effects of fasting are cumulative and the more often one fasts, the more cleansed the body becomes and the easier it is to extend the duration.

Bragg and many of his students went on long fasts of seven to ten days or longer, up to four times per year to achieve profound physical, mental and spiritual cleansing. This degree of internal cleanliness was maintained with regular short fasts throughout the year.

Modified “Fasts”

In addition to liquid fasting, a modified “fast”, or cleansing diet will also purify the body while providing nourishment. This diet includes solid foods in the form of raw fruits and vegetables, in addition to water and fresh juices. It may also include smoothies made of a wide variety of fruits, greens and other vegetables, fresh juice or water only. No fat of any kind is consumed on this cleansing diet.

Breaking a Fast

Properly breaking a fast is a vitally important consideration. Many bodily systems, especially digestion, have rested and need time to become accustomed to food again. It’s imperative to gradually reintroduce food so as not to overburden the body after its period of rest and healing. Metabolism slows during a fast and requires time to re-adjust. This is achieved by carefully adding small amounts of easily-digested foods on the days following a fast.

Much of the body’s toxins are stored in fat tissue. During a fast, toxic fats are released and eliminated; however, if too much food is reintroduced too quickly, the body will easily regain more than the lost fat. A good practice is to consume raw fruits and at least 64 ounces of filtered water on the first day following a fast.

Fruits and vegetables, raw or lightly steamed may be eaten on the second day. By the third day the pre-fast diet may be resumed. Generally, the longer the fast, the longer it should take to return to the normal diet. It’s also important to chew thoroughly and avoid overeating.

Who Should Not Fast

Fasting is not for everyone. Those who are unwilling or unable to eliminate caffeine, alcohol, carbonated beverages, cigarettes, or drugs of any type should not consider fasting. Pregnant or nursing women; children under eighteen years of age; and individuals with heart diseases, mental illness, or anyone in a debilitated or malnourished state should refrain from fasting (2). A health care provider should be consulted to clear up any question of whether or not one should begin a fast of any duration.

More energy comes from a purified body and fasting of all types contribute to health maintenance, mental clarity, and spiritual cleansing as it eases the daily burden of bodily processes, allowing rest and cellular healing to occur.

Graceful aging and reclaiming robust health in a toxic, contaminated world is possible when we give the body proper nourishment, exercise, and adequate opportunities to rest, purify and heal itself. The routine practice of fasting, and regular exercise such as rebounding, are but two strategies to achieve this goal. Part 3 of this series will look at the benefits of infrared sauna use for whole-body detoxification.


1. Bragg, Paul & Bragg, P.: The Miracle of Fasting, 49th Edition. Santa Barbara, CA: Health Science, 68-74

2. Colbert, MD, D.: Toxic Relief. Restore Health and Energy Through Fasting and Detoxification. Lake Mary, FL: Siloam Publishing, 85-6; 164-6, 2001

3. Burroughs, S.: The Master Cleanser. Revised Edition, copyright 1993 by A. Burroughs, pgs. 11-21

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The Liver-Gallbladder Flush

Dr. William Donald Kelley, D.D.S., M.S.

The importance of cleansing the debris from the liver and gall bladder, thus keeping the bile free flowing, cannot be overemphasized. This can be effectively accomplished by doing the Liver-Gall Bladder Flush (a form of which at one time was widely used at the world famous Lahey Clinic in Boston, MA), which is necessary even if one has had their gall bladder removed. The four basic active principles in this procedure are:

  1. Apple juice (high in malic acid) or ortho-phosphoric acid, which acts as a solvent in the bile to weaken adhesions between solid globules.
  2. Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate), taken by mouth and enema, which allows magnesium to be absorbed into the bloodstream, relaxing smooth muscles. Large solid particles which otherwise might create spasms are able to pass through a relaxed bile duct.
  3. Olive oil, unrefined, which stimulates the gall bladder and bile duct to contract powerfully, thus expelling solid particles kept in storage for years.
  4. Coffee enemas, which consist of a coffee solution retained in the colon. They activate the liver to secrete its waste into the bile, enhancing bile flow and further relaxing the bile duct muscle.

The Liver-Gall Bladder Flush is one of the most important procedures for persons over 15 years of age. If one is above 15 years of age and his or her physician gives approval, he or she should do this the first week of Metabolic Medicine’s Cancer Cure Program, and should, with his or her physician’s approval, repeat it every 2 months. The steps in doing this are not difficult and are as follows:

  1. For 5 days prior to the “Flush,” consume as much apple juice or cider as the appetite permits, in addition to regular meals. You may add a total of 60 drops of Formula HRT (Phosfood Liquid or Super Phos 30) to the apple juice or cider each day. Nutritional supplements should also be taken during this time. The first preference for juice would be freshly juiced organic apples, and secondly, apple juice or cider (unsweetened and preferably organic if possible) purchased either from the health food or grocery store. A person should be sure to read the labels carefully and obtain a juice that has no additives whatsoever.If one is a severe hypoglycemic, is diabetic, or has difficulty tolerating the juice or cider, he or she may take 20 drops of HRT (Phosfood Liquid or Super Phos 30) with each meal (60 drops daily) in RO filtered water or distilled water or some type of juice other than apple. Due to the high acidity, it is wise that one brush his teeth or rinse out his mouth with Milk of Magnesia or baking soda solution after taking the ortho-phosphoric acid.
  2. At noon on the sixth day, one should eat a normal lunch and take the Metabolic Formulas scheduled for that time.
  3. Two hours after lunch, 1 or 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) dissolved in 1 to 3 ounces of warm mineral water, RO filtered water or distilled water should be taken. The taste may be objectionable to some. If so, the mixture can be followed by a little citrus juice if desired (freshly squeezed if possible).
  4. Four hours after lunch, one should take a 1-quart coffee enema with one-fourth (1/4) cup of Epsom salt dissolved in it. This should be retained for 15 minutes and expelled. The coffee should be made as strong as one can tolerate but no stronger than 6 tablespoons of ground coffee per quart of water.
  5. Five hours after lunch take 1 tablespoon of Epsom salt, dissolved as the previous dose (Step 3).
  6. Six or seven hours after lunch, one may fast if desired. However, it is preferable to have a fresh fruit salad, using as many fresh fruits in season as possible. Use heavy, unpasteurized whipping cream as a dressing on the salad, whipped with a little raw (unheated) honey if desired. One can eat as much as desired of the whipped-cream-covered salad. If fresh fruit is unavailable, frozen berries such as strawberries, blueberries, boysenberries, blackberries, raspberries, etc. can be used. These should also be covered with whipped cream and a large portion eaten. Take citrus fruit or juice after the cream and fruit meal, if desired. For hypoglycemics, the cream should balance the fruit. However, each hypoglycemic should adjust the amount of salad eaten to his individual tolerance.
  7. At bedtime, there can be 1 of 3 choices (Note: Olive oil stimulates the gall bladder and bile duct to contract powerfully, thus expelling solid particles kept in storage for years. All juice should be freshly squeezed if possible):
  1. Take one-half (1/2) cup of unrefined olive oil or 6 tablespoons of Formula F followed by a small amount of orange, grapefruit, or lemon juice if the oil taste is objectionable.
  2. Take one-half (1/2) cup of unrefined olive oil or 6 tablespoons of Formula F blended with one-half (1/2) cup of orange, grapefruit, or diluted lemon juice.
  3. Take 4 tablespoons of unrefined olive oil or 4 tablespoons of Formula F followed by 1 tablespoon of citrus juice every 30 minutes until 6 ounces of oil have been consumed. This choice is preferable for those who are unusually weak or who have had gall bladder problems in the past. It has been found helpful to rinse the mouth with an alcohol base drink like Sherry to cut out the residue of the oil taste. If an alcohol base drink is unobtainable, try a natural carbonated drink, or club soda. (Do not swallow the alcohol drink or the carbonated drink.) (Note: If one should vomit during the consumption of the oil and juice, the procedure should be continued until it is finished. It is not necessary to make up for the amount that was vomited. Nausea felt during this process usually indicates stimulation of the gall bladder and/or liver.)
  1. Immediately upon finishing the oil and juice (or while taking it), one should go to bed and lie on the right side with the right knee drawn up toward the chin for 30 minutes before going to sleep. This encourages the oil to drain from the stomach, helping contents of the gall bladder and/or liver to move into the small intestine.
  2. If one feels quite ill during the night, another strong coffee enema with one-fourth (1/4) cup of Epsom salt dissolved in it may be taken.
  3. If there is a strong feeling of nausea the following morning, one should try to remain in bed until it subsides somewhat. Vomiting should not be forced.
  4. Upon arising, one must take another strong coffee enema with Epsom salt in it or, 1 hour before breakfast, take 1 tablespoon of Epsom salt dissolved in 1 to 3 ounces of warm mineral water, RO filtered water or distilled water.
  5. If one continues to feel nauseous or very sore in the upper abdomen even after the enema, a light diet of sprouts, fruit (raw or steamed), yogurt or kefir, and freshly extracted vegetable juices (especially with beet greens in them) should be resumed. If one finds that the Metabolic Formulas cause discomfort immediately after the flush, they may be omitted for three days.


Helpful Hints

  1. Taking one hydrochloric acid tablet at bedtime will help reduce any nausea during the night.
  2. If you have a tendency to get nauseated from the oil, take 2 tablespoons of Aloe Vera juice after your doses of oil and citrus juice.
  3. Placing a hot water bottle over the liver area (under the right ribcage) during the night also helps relieve nausea.

One should not be frightened by the above references to nausea, vomiting, soreness of the abdomen, etc. Chances are that the symptoms won’t be severe enough to cause vomiting or soreness of the abdomen, as this happens only very rarely. Many people complete this procedure with minimal discomfort, and nearly everyone feels much better after completing it. Flushing the liver and gall bladder in the manner described (if the gall bladder is present) stimulates and cleans these organs as no other process does.

Note: Oftentimes, persons suffering for years from gallstones, lack of appetite, biliousness, backaches, nausea, and a host of other complaints will find gallstone-type objects in the stool the day following the flush. These objects are light to dark green in color, very irregular in shape, gelatinous in texture, and of sizes varying from “grape seed” size to “cherry” size. If there seems to be a large number of these objects in the stool, the flush should be repeated in 2 weeks.

via the liver.


Gerson Cooking Recipes

Carrot/Apple Juice
This juice is one of the two “core” juices (excuse the pun!) used on the Gerson Therapy. It has a pleasant flavor, is easy on the digestive system, and is usually consumed in larger quantities than any other juice (five glasses per day in the normal regimen).

Exactly why Dr. Gerson chose this particular combination is not known. Research has revealed an apparently synergistic relationship between the carrots and apples that provides greater nutrient absorption when the apples and carrots are juiced together than when the juice of either is used alone. It is not known exactly what factors contribute to this. We do know that malic acid present in apples assists in absorption of beta-carotene in the carrots.

There are, of course, many other elements derived from the juices in addition to beta-carotene. This juice is high in calcium, provides protein trace minerals and numerous other minerals, vitamins, and phytochemicals. This juice requires approximately 8-12 oz each of carrots and (preferably tart) apples such as Granny Smith, Macintosh, Ida Red, Pippin, and Gala.

The carrot/apple juice, like all of the other juices, should be consumed immediately after pressing, but may be kept for 2-3 hours in a glass lined thermos if the patient has returned to work or must go out of the house for any other reason. The preparation of juices in advance should be done only when there is no other alternative or, on consultation with an experienced Gerson physician.

Carrot Juice (Carrot/Apple is better)

Preparation and comments are the same as the carrot/apple except for exclusion of the apples. It will usually take 12 to 16 ounces of carrots to produce one 8 ounce glass of juice.

Green Leaf Juice

This is the other “core” juice of the Gerson protocol. The green leaf juice is extremely rich in iron and other minerals, and very high in chlorophyll. It is a substance similar to human hemoglobin, and is the richest source of oxidizing enzymes in the Gerson protocol. It is extremely live and active, often having a foam “head” at the top of the glass when fresh out of the press. This juice is a little more difficult to tolerate, and patients feeling nauseated will frequently have some difficulty drinking and keeping it down. However, it provides tremendous benefit to the patient, and it is often prescribed in higher quantity in anemic patients in order to raise hemoglobin levels. It also replaces some of the carrot/apple juices in diabetic, hypoglycemic and candida patients as it is lower in sugar.

The “recipe” for the green leaf juice is a bit more varied than the others. Of the following list, some items will be available, some may not be available in your area, and some are seasonal. Use whatever is available, but let your choices be dictated more by what is actually available than your like or dislike of a particular ingredient. It is noteworthy that the darker, stronger-flavored items such as chard and red cabbage are richer in chlorophyll and other nutrients than the lighter, less flavorful vegetables. Also, please do not use any greens or ingredients other than the ones listed. Do not substitute other items. Obtain as many of the following as possible. The suggested quantities assume about half of the listed items will be available at any given time. Adjust accordingly.

Escarole 1-2 leaves
Lettuce 3-4 leaves (use iceberg if no others are available)
Swiss (Green) Chard 1-3 leaves, depending on size
Red Chard same as above
Endive 1-2 leaves
Red Leaf Lettuce 3-4 leaves
Green Leaf Lettuce 3-4 leaves
Red Cabbage 2-3 leaves
Romaine 2-3 leaves
Beet Tops (young inner leaves) 2-3 leaves
Green Pepper 1/2 medium sized
Watercress 1-2 sprigs
One medium apple (see above for types of apples to use).

Greens should be washed, taking care to rinse off sand or soil that is often present at the base of the leaves. Shake of the water or put the greens in a salad spinner to remove excess moisture. Cut off the bottom portion of chard stems or any other fibrous leaves.

Using a two-step (grinder/press) juicer, grind and collect pulp in a bowl. When all produce has been ground, stir thoroughly, but not so much as to introduce unnecessary air into the pulp. Place a “microwave-safe,” undyed, chemical free paper towel on top of the juice cloth, then put about a cup of pulp onto the towel and cloth. Fold tightly and press. If you’re using an electric press, raise the juice part slowly to avoid having pulp squirt out of the cloth. Using multiple juicing cloths, you can prepare the second cloth while the first one is pressing.

Also, some people will fold over the squashed cloth/pulp package and press it again to get a little more ice out of the pulp. After pressing, the remaining pulp, coveniently packaged in the paper towel, can be discarded. The green juice is much more active than the carrot or carrot/apple juices and should be consumed immediately. Dr. Gerson did not recommend storage of the green juice for any length of time before consumption. Back to top

Storage of Juices

Preparing juices in advance is never a desirable choice, but may be necessary for patients who must work or who wish to get out of the house for several hours. In these cases, a glass-lined or stainless steel vacuum bottle (Thermos) may be used, but should be completely filled to avoid excess exposure of the juice to air. Another useful method is to fill an 8 oz “jelly”/Ball canning jar to the rim, slide the lid over the top and then screw the cap on tightly. This will prohibit air from getting in and oxidizing the juice. Maintain a chilled or refrigerated environment. Store only carrot/apple juice. Do not store the green juice.

Acorn Squash Pudding

1/2 a Acorn Squash
8 Oz. Of Oats
3 Oz. Of brown sugar
2 Oz. Soaked raisins

Cook Acorn Squash for 40 min and then peal, take seeds out, mash and mix with all the other ingredients. Put mixture on a glass pan and bake for 35 min at 350F

Corn Cake

5 Ears of corn
1/2 a Green Bell pepper
1/2 stick of celery
1/4 diced onion
3 Oz. of Oats
1/2 Diced zucchini
Parsley to taste

Take 4 ears of corn and take the corn off the cob and pass the corn thru the norwalk juicer (not the presser), Mix all the other ingredients and add the corn from the 5th ear of corn, put in a glass pan an put in the oven for 45 min at 350F

Oatmeal Cake

2 cups (equivalent to 16 oz.) of whole grain organic oatmeal. The oats must be in a powder form so this can be done by placing the oats in blender (or food processor) for a few seconds until they are the right consistency

– 2 or 3 bananas (mashed)
– 4 oz. of orange juice
– 4 oz. of apple sauce
– 4 oz. of honey
– handful of raisins (if preferred)
– 8 oz. of grated carrot can be added (if desired)

Add oats to form soft dough with all the ingredients. Dough must be easy to stir. For added flavor you can pour some orange juice or liquid from raisins (this is made when raisins are stewed overnight in water to help them become softer. Once the raisins have been sitting in water they turn the water into a sweet nectar that can be added to the cake/cookie). Chopped fruit can also be added. Place all ingredients in a oven safe cake pan or cookie sheet and bake in oven (350 degrees Fahrenheit) until it’s brown.

Potato Cake

3 Potatoes
1/8 Diced onion
1 Diced garlic
1/2 Diced bell pepper
1/4 Hypocrites Soup

The potatoes are boiled in water until tender. These are then peeled and quartered. A puree is made utilizing all of the ingredients and adding the soup so that the vegetables are not too dry. Put on a glass pan, then placed in a 350F oven for 35 minutes or until slightly golden.

Potato Garlic Gravy

1/2 Cooked Potato
2 Spoons of Flax Oil
1 Pinch of Dill Weed.
2 Tea Spoons Of Brown Sugar
1 Spoon of Chop Onion
1 Clove of garlic
2 Spoons of Apple Cider Vinegar
1 1/2 Cup Of Warm Water.
Blend all of the ingredients on a blender.

Papaya and Kiwi Salad Dressing

1 papaya, peeled and cubed – the amount depends on the size papaya papaya.
2 cubed peeled kiwifruit.
2 tablespoons vinegar.

These ingredients are put in the blender. If the dressing is too thick distilled water is added.

Taste when this is smooth . You can add 2-3 teaspoons of honey. Also add little tarragon – to taste.

Pear or Apple Sauce

– Cook 8 to 10 (red apples or pears) with 2oz. of water. These are cooked almost by steam because a very low flame is used.

– Once the fruit is cooked place the fruit (pears or apples) through the food mill and it will make the fruit (apples or pears) into a sauce.

I’m adding Juliette de Bairacli Levy in this section because of her actions when she was stricken with typhus disease not to be confused with typhoid fever.  Her action was instinctive and possibly life saving from her own documentation and it involved fasting with lemons something I highly recommend. Watch video below.

Juliette of the Herbs (1998)

Juliette de Bairacli Levy:  The remarkable woman who pioneered the use of herbal treatments for animals and children. Juliette was born on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11 month, almost in 1911 (actually 1912) in Manchester, England. Her parents were Jewish – her mother from Egypt and her father from Turkey.                    

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It was in the 1930’s that Juliette developed a line of herbal supplements for animals known as Natural Rearing Products. For the next 50 years these were the only products of their kind on the market. Today these supplements are still distributed world wide.

Thus Juliette became THE pioneer of what is known today as holistic animal care. She went on to write The Complete Herbal Book for the Dog. Both these books together with Juliette’s Illustrated Herbal Handbook for Everyone and Natural Rearing of Children have become classics and many generations of humans & animals have been raised & healed on these books.

The treatment of fevers , pg. 97-101
by Juliette de Bairacli Levy

excerpt from   Nature’s Children

The treatment of fevers is of great importance, because on this is based all the cures for “children’s ailments,” from measles to scarlet fever, chicken pox to whooping-cough. I believe there is much truth in old adages, if properly interpreted. One is “feed a cold and starve a fever.” This may be explained in several ways. I see it as meaning that if one gives heavy food during a cold, one will soon have to treat a fever. In any case, it seems confirmed that the natural treatment for fever is fasting (starving).

The greatest and wisest statement on fever comes from the Father of Medicine, Hippocrates. His pronouncement was: “Give me a fever and I will cure an ailment.” He knew that the heat of fever is there to burn up the invading bacteria and viruses and to support immune activity. It ill serves the patient to try to curtail that fever by unnatural treatment. Fever promotes sweating, fasting and sleep, three good things in any illness.

How well I have seen this proved in animals: The feverish animal hides away in a dark and secluded place and remains without any food until cured. The domestic animal is often fed by force when plagued with a fever, because the owner, in ignorance of Nature’s way, believes that if food is not consumed daily, death will result! Thus, a simple fever often ends in death or in “complications,” meaning physical deformity such as lameness or blindness, which are something like living death for an animal.

During fever the body has no energy to expend on food digestion; all the powers are required for combating the condition which is causing the feverish state, for fever is only a symptom of one ailment or another attacking the body. This cannot be said too often.

Therefore chicken pox, diphtheria, measles, mumps, scarlet fever, whooping cough, and all the other fever ailments of childhood, require similar treatment: rest, cleansing, and the giving of natural and vital medicines to assist and strengthen the body–antiseptics in the form of well-tried herbs, and the juices of fruits and vegetables. Serious throat obstruction must be attended to at once, and medical aid sought.

My children never suffered from any of the common ailments of childhood until they attended school. And, because of our frequent travels, frequent school did not come until his tenth year for my son. Then came a time of being crowded into a confined place with many other children, and the place was one where the windows were closed either against the flies in the summertime or the “cold” in wintertime. The typical child’s school.

Neither of my children had diphtheria, scarlet fever, typhoid nor whooping cough, but they did have the other diseases, and were never in need of treatment for longer than a week. A short fast of three days, a few days on a fruit and vegetable juice diet, and then out of bed again. No complications and really improved health! But when the ailments came I welcomed them, for they gave me a chance to impose the short cleansing fasts which all growing creatures need, whether child or animal, and which children are apt to refuse unless unwell.

Growing children must have cleansing periods so their glands and other organs can throw off impurities. Since much of the air we now breathe is impure, and we are lucky to get truly pure water, the natural cleansing processes are not allowed to serve us as well as they used to. If modern vaccines inhibit them, the general health of the body will be vitally impaired.

This is a book concerned with the natural care of children, therefore nothing as unnatural, and unclean, as vaccination can ever have a place within its pages. The only true vaccination against any ailment is good health, and the fever ailments of childhood are only cleansing processes and never do harm if correctly treated.

There is no true need to vaccinate against them. My children, now adult, when in my care never had vaccinations of any kind, despite world travel along with me. By obtaining a paper from a qualified doctor, stating that the parents refuse vaccination on health, religious and moral grounds, and that the family is in good normal health, people should be able to enter any country, including those where vaccination is a condition of entry.

Likewise, I have protected my Afghan hounds from vaccination. I keep my children and animals protected with herbal pills, and have no need of serum taken from artificially diseased and tortured animals. Sentient animals, caged for use of the making of serum, suffer stress beyond description, and at the end of it all they will be killed with that very instrument, the evil hypodermic syringe, which is mostly the chosen, painfilled, frightening method of injecting vaccines into humans. I could write a book about my hatred of vaccination and hypodermic syringes!

To quote from that learned opponent of vaccinations for children, Edda West of Canada, “Our children are not getting healthier. They are being overloaded with environmental toxins that encroach from at large, and from within, as deposited by vaccine-laden hypodermic needles. There is a fundamental flaw in the premise that infant and other young children’s health is protected by the injection of toxic substances into their systems.”

Similar to the manufacture of armaments, vast fortunes are involved in the manufacture of vaccines. Therefore that trade, as with armaments, is likely to persist for a very long time yet.

As this new edition of my book goes to press at the end of the twentieth century, I heard a strange (indeed incredible) item on the morning TV news concerning immunization against polio (infantile paralysis). While it is admitted that there have been many failures, and that the vaccine has actually caused cases of polio, we are told that it should not be withdrawn from the market, for if it was, this would cause fear in the other countries and the faith in, and demand for, that vaccine would be spoilt.
At the first signs of fever in growing children, I put the child to bed in a cool and shaded room, for fever is one condition where sunlight is unwelcome. Take the temperature with a clinical thermometer, and base the treatment on your reading. Very high fever requires a lemon-water diet only (one tablespoon of lemon juice to a glass of water). Apply cold cloths to the head, and use mint brew or sprinkle lavender water on the head cloths. Sponge the body down night and morning with cloths also dipped in mint water or with lavender water added.

I use one or more of the proven antiseptic herbs such as wormwood, rue, vervain, garlic, wood sage, all of which are the old anti-plague herbs–and (mostly) intensely bitter–in the form of a pill, which I make. It has helped animals the world over, including cattle with foot-and-mouth disease, sheep with contagious scour, dogs with distemper. It may seem odd to recommend the same type of pill for one’s children, but it is logical enough. And parents can make their own.

Prepare Antiseptic Pills as follows: Pound the herb or herbs into a powder or pulp (if the fresh herb is used) and make a paste with thick honey. (Remember that it may be dangerous to give honey to an infant under one year.) Plain wormwood or garlic can be used, or the herbs can be mixed; personally I prefer to use several herbs in the pill. Though the most bitter, wormwood is “the wonder herb.” (John the Baptist used the herb so much in his healing work that he carried it with him plaited in a girdle around his body, and one name for this herb is St. John’s Girdle.)

Divide into regular-sized pills, about the size of a common aspirin (which I never use!). Now wrap the pill in a twist of fine tissue paper (peroxide-bleached if at all possible; chlorine-bleached products are not health-promoting) and have the child swallow this whole. I have used my finger to push this pill down the throats of infants and delicate wild birds. I often dosed my pet owls this way, with absolutely no harm, but current opinion is that this could be dangerous. I give two antiseptic pills, night and morning.

When the fever lessens, add some liquid sweetener to the diet: a teaspoon to a glass of lemon water. Give also drinks of anti-fever herb teas: chamomile, red clover, rosemary, sage, sorrel, strawberry leaf, valerian, yarrow, whichever is preferred by the patient; all are good and well proved. Yarrow is dual purpose as it promotes sweating, useful in high fever.

Another adage is “Old people and children fast badly.” This is true; therefore do not keep a child fasting overlong. As soon as the really high fever has abated or if the fever is low to begin with, fruit juices can be given, especially citrus juices. Lemon can always be taken; undiluted grapefruit and mandarin juice can be added, orange juice is the least desirable. If citrus is not available, give the juice of any berry.

Among the best are mulberry, raspberry, strawberry, blackberry, black and red currants, gooseberry. First give these healthful and cooling fruits as drinks, but as soon as the child is feeling better the fruits can be eaten whole.

A child in bed is a bored child. This is the time for the pleasure of storytelling and new picture books, and the planning of celebration walks and picnics when health is restored.

For mumps, massage the neck gently with warm vinegar and cayenne pepper (a half teaspoon of cayenne to a cup of vinegar). If there is no fever, give a diet of bananas with a little honey added. (See page 78 for caution about giving honey to infants.) Banana skins bound around the neck also give much help. Do not forget the usefulness here of pine bud syrup (recipe on page 89). The patient will appreciate natural jells of fruit juices. Choose the type made from an agar-agar seaweed base, with honey and fruit juices added as part of the mixing water. Or use Irish moss and again add honey and fruit juices.

The specific remedy for whooping cough is a small, insectivorous plant, sundew (drosera). It grow in marshy places in many parts of the world, and is used in orthodox as well as in herbal medicine for spasm condition. A tablespoon of the fresh herb is pulverized and infused in sweet red wine overnight and given every few hours or as required to quell the spasms. Thanks to Juliette de Bairacli Levy.

Common Herbs for Natural Health

by Juliette de Bairacli-Levy


Herbal medicine is man’s rightful medicine: The powers of herbs cannot be denied. From the days of the early caveman to the present time when human beings are soaring to the moon, people have used herbs to promote and safeguard health, and to heal disease. Herbs have also been used very successfully for healing the ills of those animals which man has domesticated.

Some of us have special skills with herbs, and we call ourselves herbalists. This skill is an inheritance and is also highly developed amongst the wandering people of the world, especially the Gypsies, Bedouin Arabs, and the American and Mexican Indians (nomadic people known to me, and there are many others in lands to which so far I have not traveled). I have sought herbal knowledge from those wandering tribes, living with them and loving them, and much that I have learnt can be found in this book, and in my earlier herbal for farm and stable animals.

This twentieth century has seen a universal revival of and interest in herbal medicine. For herbal remedies were fast fading from memory: Thirty years ago, when I began writing about herbs for veterinary use, I was quite alone; now thousands are at my side. Further, herbs are to an increasing extent coming back into orthodox medicine. Many have always held their place there.

Mankind cannot forsake herbs. They are promised in the Bible to the human race, and that promise is well known, for it is proudly quoted in almost every herbal. In the Old and New Testaments there are over a dozen mentions of herbs or medicinal trees of value to mankind, for food or medicine. That out forefathers valued an herb garden is shown in Ahab’s plea to Naboth (I Kings 21:2): “Give me thy vineyard that I might have it for a garden of herbs, because it is near unto my house.”

Man can never excel Nature in medicine manufacture, for she makes the best ones. There is an herb or several herbs to cure or relieve every ailment of man and animal, bird and insect; and herbs applied to agricultural practice will even cure crops of their diseases.

The human race should make a study of herbs and not be content to remain ignorant of a medicine which is man’s rightful inheritance, and which has only become lost to men through their ignorance and laziness and their departure from natural living. People should not be content to pay high prices for chemical medicines, which are seldom beneficial to the human body because they are unnatural, and which are very often harmful, their total effects being unknown. Instead they should learn to know the wild medicinal plants — the herbs — which are free for the gathering. Teeming in the countryside, the world over, are medicinal herbs and edible plants; it shows disbelief in the power of God to pass them by.


My two children, now grown up, have never had other than herbal
treatments in their lives, and have always taken an abundance of wild herbs and fruits in their daily diet. They are both Nature children, enjoying rugged health. When my son was a child, in Spain, his leg was cut almost to the bone by jagged blocks falling from a newly built wall. I healed this injury speedily, using only rosemary. Rosemary has remained my favorite herb ever since; I use it more than any other herb and cultivate it wherever I live. It was also a favorite of a queen of Hungary, and a lotion from it was known to the Gypsies as “The Queen of Hungary’s Water.” It was sold by Hungarian Gypsies on their far travels and won worldwide fame for its healing properties.

In Israel, where I have lived for many years, I have learnt to make much use of Rue. Its medicinal properties have proved so excellent in my herbal work that I understand why Mahomet chose this herb for his blessing and why Arabs everywhere plant it in their gardens to protect their homes against “the evil eye.”

My present work is largely in agriculture, and the use of herbs has given me crops and trees of exceptional health and size, which have attracted the interest of the experts and brought me encouragement from those who believe in natural agriculture. Also by growing bee herbs I have kept my hives of bees entirely disease-free in a region where that lethal bee disease, foul brood, has been rife and very close to my hives.

My publishers have asked me to write this herbal for general human use, following my several herbals on veterinary medicine, and have left me entirely free to decide as to the kind of herbal to be written.

All the herbal treatments in this book are safe and well proven. The poisonous herbs (which also have their uses) I have not included in this book, as in most cases there are similar non-poisonous herbs which can be employed in their stead. The same applies to the recipes. I have only included simple ones with ingredients easy to obtain.

For those readers interested in a more detailed study of herbs and herbal treatments, and in the use of trees in medicine, I have my veterinary herbal for farm and stable, with over seventy pages of materia medica. All those veterinary treatments can be applied for human use, and have been so applied through many years. That book, Herbal Handbook for Farm and Stable, is published by Faber and Faber. It is in most libraries for those who want to see what it is about. I was happy and surprised to obtain a good review of it in such orthodox publications as The Farmer’s Weekly and The Field (of England).

In this present book are included many new medicinal herbs and herbal treatments of my own discovery, and hitherto unpublished ones that I have collected on my travels. I hope that it may help newcomers to herbs to discover the wonder of herbal medicine. And I hope that for those who already possess herbal knowledge it may provide a little that is new, and help to strengthen their faith and pride in this great and ancient form of healing.

Juliette de Bairacli Levy

I just had to add this for all the pet lovers including myself. I added the book here because Juliette de Bairacli Levy highly recommended fasting for pets.

The Complete Herbal Handbook For The Dog And Cat


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