Herbal Home Remedies


Blood Fortifiers

  • Raw (not canned) sauerkraut is said to do a super job of fortifying the blood. It also helps rejuvenate the body in other ways. Eat 2 to 4 tablespoons a day, right after a meal. (Raw sauerkraut can be found at health food stores, or see the "Preparation Guide" on page 256 and learn to make your own sauerkraut.)
  • Check with your medical adviser before going on this one-day fast! Combine 2 tablespoons of lemon, 1 tablespoon of honey and a cup of warm water.

Dose: Every two hours, from morning until two hours before bedtime, take 2 tablespoons of the mixture. No food throughout the day, just the lemon/honey/water mixture.

  • Raw (not cooked or canned) pumpkin pulp and squash are said to have purifying properties. Eat them in salads.
  • When they're in season, a peach a day helps wash toxins away.
  • Garlic is said to help thin and fortify the blood. Eat raw garlic and/or take garlic supplements daily.

CAUTION: Do not eat garlic or take garlic supplements if you have a bleeding disorder or ulcers, or are taking anticoagulants.

  • Drink fresh carrot juice as often as once a day if you have access to a juicer, or eat raw carrots. They contain calcium, potassium, phosphorus and vitamins A, B1,B2 and C.
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