Extreme difficulty in breathing owing to inability to fully
evacuate the lungs of stale air; accumulations of mucus in the lungs and
consequent blockage of air passages block outflow of air, not inflow.
Pasteurized milk and refined starch are the prime dietary causes.
Horseradish and lemon juice: the potent ethers in fresh
grated horseradish dissolve mucus in the sinuses and bronchial tubes quickly
and effectively; mixing it with fresh lemon juice doubles its efficacy; grate
fresh horseradish into a bowel, add enough fresh lemon juice to make a paste,
take 1/2 tsp 2-3 times a day, as needed.
Carrot and radish juice: fresh raw radish juice is similar
in effect to horseradish, but milder; it is too strong to take straight,
however, and should be blended 5 oz with 11 oz carrot juice, 1 pint daily.
Cranberries: cranberries contain one of nature's most
potent vasodilators, which open up congested bronchial tubes so that normal
breathing is restored; cranberries are excellent curative and preventive
therapy for the entire breathing apparatus; bring fresh cranberries to boil
with just enough water to cover them, simmer 2-3 minutes, pour off excess
water, puree cranberries in blender, strain off skins, and keep pulp in
refrigerator; when asthma or other respiratory difficulty occurs, mix 2 tbsp in
a cup of warm distilled water and sip slowly.
Garlic: raw garlic contains potent ethers and enzymes that
dissolve mucus in lungs and bronchial tubes and help restore normal breathing;
also kills bacteria in air passages, preventing respiratory infections; 3-5
foods: wheat germ oil; pumpkin seeds; sunflower seeds; celery juice;
turnips; raw spinach.
to avoid: pasteurized milk and all dairy products; cooked
eggs; refined starch, especially white flour.
Inflammation of the bronchia tubes owing to excess mucus
in the lungs, caused by vicarious elimination of toxic wastes from the
bloodstream to the lungs: toxins irritate and inflame tender lung and bronchial
tissues as they excrete, permitting infection by bacteria to occur; colonic
irrigations have proven highly effective as a fast method of eliminating the
excess toxic wastes from the system, so that they do not get pushed out through
skin and lungs.
dandelion juice: raw dandelion juice counteracts blood acidosis and
helps alkalize the entire system, with particular affinity for the lungs; 4 oz
with 10 oz carrot juice, 1-2 pints daily.
lemon juice: same effects and dosage as for asthma.
Carrot and radish
juice: same as for asthma.
same as for asthma.
foods: celery juice: raw radishes; raw spinach; whole lemon puree' (mix
in blender with cup of distilled water): watercress.
Foods to avoid:
same as for asthma.
Coughs are caused mainly by the body's attempt to rid
itself of excess toxic mucus through the lungs and bronchial tubes; the toxins irritate
tender lining of throat, causing the throat to 'cough it up'.
Pineapple: fresh ripe pineapple is rich in
proteolytic (protein digesting enzyme); bromelin literally 'digests' dead and diseased
cells and foreign microbes in the throat; cut pineapple into cubes, chew well, and let
juice dribble down the throat, but spit out the pulp; or gargle with the freshly extracted
juice of ripe pineapple, and spit it out.
Persimmons: raw, very ripe persimmons soothe sore throats
and contain enzymes that break down damaged cells and foreign microbes.
Horseradish and lemon juice: for coughs and accompanied by
heavy mucus congestion in lungs and sinuses; same usage as asthma
Whole lemon puree: puree a whole lemon (with skin, fiber
and seeds) in blender with a cup of distilled water, and drink slowly; flavor with 1 tbsp.
molasses, if desired, but no sugar; dissolves mucus, restores mucus membranes;
biflavonoids in skin and fiber assist in restoring tissue integrity in respiratory system.
Other beneficial foods: carrot juice; raw radishes;
cranberries (as for asthma): raw spinach, raw garlic; molasses.
Foods to avoid: pasteurized milks and all dairy products;
all cooked food; all refined starch and sugar; eat nothing but raw fruit and raw vegetable
The 'flu' is caused primarily by the body's
vulnerability to flu germs owing to extreme toxemia of the system,
which results in excessive retention of toxic wastes, which impair
immunity; flu strikes hardest in winter, because in winter the
body excretes wastes more slowly and people eat less fresh, raw
foods; toxic tissues, mostly in the respiratory apparatus, become
breeding grounds for air-born pathological bacteria.
Horseradish and lemon juice: same for
Carrot, celery, parsley, spinach juice: this
blend is super-rich in potassium, which quickly reduces acidity
throughout the system, thereby commencing the detoxification
process required for complete cure and recovery.
This blend also contains the full range of
organic minerals and other nutrients required to sustain
convalescing patients, without stuffing them full of solid foods;8
oz/4 oz/2 oz/4 oz, 1-2 pints daily, taken in small doses
throughout the day.
beneficial foods: lettuce juice; carrot and radish juice;
whole lemon puree; grapefruit juice (in distilled warm water);
distilled warm water.
to avoid: all cooked and solid foods; pasteurized milk;
coffee, tea; sweet soft drinks.
Severe inflammation of lung tissues owing to
vicarious elimination of highly toxic wastes through the
respiratory system, which becomes infected by pathogenic bacteria
as a result; due largely to excessive long-term consumption of
pasteurized milk, refined starch and sugars.
At the turn of the century, Dr. J.H. Tilden
of Denver, Colorado, treated thousands of cases of pneumonia using
only two methods: fasting with daily colonic irrigations, and
nutritional therapy; no drugs, no surgery, and he never lost a
Horseradish and lemon juice: same for asthma;
provides quick relief from mucus congestion.
Carrot, celery and radish juice: dissolves
mucus; alkalizes bloodstream and respiratory tract; accelerates
detoxification, and thus restores natural immunity; 8 oz/5 oz/3
oz, 1 pint daily.
Carrot and spinach juice: detoxifies colon and
restores normal bowel functions, thereby taking excretory load off
the respiratory system; 10 oz/6 oz, 2 pints daily.
beneficial foods: cranberry (as for asthma); raw garlic;
whole lemon puree (as for colds); molasses.
to avoid: all refined starch and sugar; pasteurized milk
and all dairy products; all cooked foods, especially meat and
Source: Daniel Reid.
Anemia, angina pectoris, arteriosclerosis,
blood pressure (high), headache, heart disease, varicose veins