Beneficial Green Drinks

[pullquote_left]Beneficial Green Drinks – By Dr.Roni DeLuz PHD, RN, ND[/pullquote_left]

A “green drink” is one that is derived from green vegetables. Grains are very nutritious while they’re growing and young. They are tender, grassy and their nutrients are very dense. This is long before they are harvested and turned into cereals and breads and even before they begin the life cycle of being a crop. These grasses are often fed to animals which is where several everyday sayings have come from. Ever heard “as strong as a horse”? This phrase was developed from the fact that horses eat these powerful green grasses that result in strong and healthy animals. Although many do not consider this, the same is true for people as well.

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The Coffee Enema

[pullquote_left]A Coffee Enema? Now I’ve Heard Everything.What does it do? How does it work? – by Gar Hildenbrand[/pullquote_left] It is difficult to describe the incredulous facial expressions, which ripple across a medical school lecture audience as the topic of coffee enemas is introduced. Embarassing noise is heard from several seats in the hall. A wise guy heckles, “How do you take it”? Charlotte Gerson doesn’t miss a beat, answering, “Black” without cream and sugar. Laughter relaxes the entire room and Gerson goes on to explain this aspect of her famous father’s (Max Gerson, M.D.) treatment: 3 tablespoons of regular grind coffee, boiled in a quart of distilled water for 3 minutes, covered and simmered for ten minutes, cooled to body temperature, filtered and admitted to the colon using a short tip while lying on the right side. This is held for 12-15 minutes and released. Responses from the audience are typical: Boy, I’ll bet you get a buzz out of that! Couldn’t you just drink three or four cups of coffee? And the eventual big question is… What does a coffee enima do? Why go to all that trouble for a caffeine high?

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