My Planned Juice fast was delayed due to my 4 day hospitalization (March 4-7, 2014).
Today, March 9 is Day 1 of my 40 day Juice Fast, which I will start with a Liver Flush.
4 tbsps. Epsom salt
3 cups water
½ cup olive oil (I did not ozonate, did not add HCL)
Fresh pink grapefruit and lemons
Pint jar with lid
Barefoot Herbalist Dewormer
Walked for 15 minutes. Stretched for 10 minutes
Coconut meat and water for breakfast
Followed with 2 bananas
2 cups of porridge
2:00 PM. Do not eat or drink after 2 o’clock. If you break this rule you could feel quite ill later. Get your Epsom salts ready. Mix 4 tbs. in 3 cups water and pour this into a jar. This makes four servings, 3/4 (three fourths) cup each. Set the jar in the refrigerator to get ice cold (this is for convenience and taste only).
6:00 PM. Drink one serving 3/4 (three fourths cup) of the ice cold Epsom salts. If you did not prepare this ahead of time, mix 1 tbs. in 3/4 (three fourth) cup water now. You may add 1/8 (one eight) tsp. vitamin C powder to improve the taste. You may also drink a few mouthfuls of water afterwards or rinse your mouth. Get the olive oil (ozonated, if possible) and grapefruit out to warm up.
8:00 PM. Repeat by drinking another 3/4 (three fourths) cup of Epsom salts. You haven’t eaten since two o’clock, but you won’t feel hungry. Get your bedtime chores done. The timing is critical for success.
9:45 PM. Pour 1/2 (half) cup (measured) olive oil into the pint jar. Add 2 drops HCl to sterilize. Wash grapefruit twice in hot water and dry; squeeze by hand into the measuring cup. Remove pulp with fork. You should have at least 1/2 (half) cup, more (up to 3/4 (three fourths) cup) is best. You may use part lemonade. Add this to the olive oil. Also add Black Walnut Tincture. Close the jar tightly with the lid and shake hard until watery (only fresh grapefruit juice does this). Now visit the bathroom one or more time, even if it makes you late for your ten o’clock drink. Don’t be more than 15 minutes late. You will get fewer stones.
10:00 PM. Drink the potion you have mixed. Take 4 ornithine capsules with the first sips to make sure you will sleep through the night. Take 8 if you already suffer from insomnia. Drinking through a large plastic straw helps it go down easier. You may use oil and vinegar salad dressing, or straight honey to chase it down between sips. Have these ready in a tablespoon on the kitchen counter. Take it all to your bedside if you want, but drink it standing up. Get it down within 5 minutes (fifteen minutes for very elderly or weak persons).
Lie down immediately. You might fail to get stones out if you don’t. The sooner you lie down the more stones you will get out.
Be ready for bed ahead of time. Don’t clean up the kitchen. As soon as the drink is down walk to your bed and lie down flat on your back with your head up high on the pillow. Try to think about what is happening in the liver. Try to keep perfectly still for at least 20 minutes. You may feel a train of stones traveling along the bile ducts like marbles. There is no pain because the bile duct valves are open (thank you Epsom salts!). Go to sleep, you may fail to get stones out if you don’t.
Day 2 – 10 March
Next morning. Upon awakening take your third dose of Epsom salts. If you have indigestion or nausea wait until it is gone before drinking the Epsom salts. You may go back to bed. Don’t take this potion before 6:00 am.
2 Hours Later. Take your fourth (the last) dose of Epsom salts. You may go back to bed again.
2013 has been a steep learning journey for me health wise and work wise. Its like battling your own demons. I already know what is good for me, but bad habits DIE HARD. So for this upcoming new year, armed with a lot more knowledge about my body — I will be trying to overcome my mental barricades and perhaps even try to have a healthier brain, better memory and better handle on my emotions.
There is also another reason why I should fast–
- avoiding the extravagance in consumption and conserving our global energy sources at an individual level (we can only make an impact by becoming the change we wanted to be and leading by example)
- discernment on which issues and discussions to be involved with … We believe that as Christians we have to be involved in conversations about climate change and environmental causes of cancer,without directly linking it to our theology, we need to be involved in conversations about climate change to pray for fair decisions of policy makers and to discern for ourselves what to believe and not to believe and of course do our part or stop doing what we should NOT be doing… because of 1. The Principle of Stewardship.. we were made stewards of God’s creation not just to consume but to contribute back to it. 2. The Principle of Love, we must love our neighbors as ourselves, we must maintain social order by building and protecting families, churches, schools and governments and not intervening in God’s divine order… Fevers are part of the body’s immune system and regulating mechanism to rid of toxins.. in as much as STorms are part of the globe’s self regulating mechanism so that the atmosphere can be cleansed again for our habitation… but Cancer and man made climate change are not from God.. its a consequence of our own negligence as a human race…which have far reaching consequences..and God will allow us to self-destruct because He gave us free will to make decisions for ourselves, He gave us power (although limited) to get us out of the consequences of our own doing. And of course there is undeserve gift of grace.. but grace is only available to those who are humble enough to admit they are wrong…and that without the goodness of God this Earth is long gone.. humanity wiped off from the face of the earth so long ago.. But He gives us a chance.. we can plea for more time.. until we have Heard and throughly understand His plan for us…The question is what does your will tell you? is it better than God’s will for mankind? So for the environment and in memory of the victims of the worst typhoon in world history (Haiyan/Yolanda), in solidarity with the Fast for the Climate Movement (Twitter hashtag #FastforTheClimate)… started by Philippine Commissioner Yeb Saño.. I am fasting too to help Yeb gain more wisdom on what to fight for… and more importantly for the policymakers to listen not for political reasons but also for existential reasons, if not for spiritual reasons.
- The Realization that we live as Citizens of God’s Kingdom but in a foreign land. Know that through the power of the Holy Spirit in our lives (which our King has already given) we now live with the majesty, power, authority of the King in our daily lives – when temptation confronts us; when we have been victims – rejected, violated and hurt; when we sit in loneliness; when we see loved ones suffer; when we look at our dwindling bank accounts; when there is no visible hope of improved quality of life.Let us live in the certainty that God’s Kingdom is already established and that when we return home our God will welcome us proudly as citizens who have dwelt honourably in a foreign land.So live 2014 looking forward, putting a full stop to that which holds us back and clothing ourselves with armour daily so that we will be found honourable.For This Kingdom will know no end. And it’s glory shall know no bounds. For the majesty and power of this Kingdom’s King has come.And this Kingdom’s reign and this Kingdom’s rule and this Kingdom’s power and authority.
I have started easing on to this fast since 1st January 2014, but due to the pressure at work ( I cannot be absent during this crucial period) and also the lack of LBB.. I have to push for my fast…and make it as systematic as possible so that I wont suffer any severe reactions as I have to keep working full time during the fast.
FOURTH FAST (40 DAYS) – March 05 till April 19, 2014
IF YOU WISH to JOIN Me in feasting in God’s words, Orange Juice and daily workouts, click on the image below and print the plan in color, mark your progress with a pen or sticker. Plan how you will celebrate on your last day! then share your photos here.
Individual prayer intentions for church, peers, friends and family
- opportunity to serve and learn more from more mature members of the congregation
– Sunday School teaching opportunity for children (including my daughter)
– healing and wisdom for our Pastor who is suffering from an acute form of leukemia (he is currently being tested now as preparation for conventional cancer treatment– yeah the works! chemo!—)
(I know! I know! our Pastor and his wife’s faith is much more stronger than ours.. and yes God offers grace…at the end of the day, I truly believe that God is the ultimate healer, and if God wills that our Pastor be healed, am sure that He will guide the pastor and his wife…otherwise, perhaps this is God’s way of telling us to change our ways…to let go of certain experiences so we can embrace new experiences.. )
Friends and Family with all sort of health issues and those like me just want a better health
(may they have a prayer and fasting partner and health advocate– spiritually/mentally/physically/emotionally)
- Nanay, friends M, R and another M and also myself
– my Tita Vikki (colon cancer)
- my manager to get what he wants (be it promotion, money, power, affection from family/love ones)– give it to Him Lord in overflowing ways
– my peers– give them wisdom to not fall into the trap of crab mentality/scarcity mentality– as this impacts everyone (those who are made to leave and those that will be left behind),, may they be wise enough to relax/calm down and spend more time with family (dont fall into the trap of blaming your family for failures at work– all of us encounter different challenges in school, work and at home– and do not assume that your challenges have more bearing than the challenges they are facing)— just leave it up to God.. our family need us, our Church adn community needs us too…and most importantly I need ME too…
– our leadership team– to strategise well and make the right decisions for the company
Esther summoned her people to pray and fast at the time they are threatened with massive loss and damage.. we too can fast and pray for the prevention of future loss and damage caused by climate change (not God’s will)…
also wear black on Monday – 18 November
The head of the Philippines delegation at UN climate talks in Poland has said he will stop eating until participants make “meaningful” progress.
In an emotional speech, Yeb Sano linked the “staggering” devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan to a changing climate.
Mr Sano said he was speaking on behalf of those who lost their lives in the storm and his fast would last until “we stop this madness”.
His speech brought tears to the eyes of other delegates and a standing ovation.
FULL TRANSCRIPT BELOW
During his speech, Sano added an unscripted pledge to fast during the conference, until meaningful progress had been made. He said:
“In solidarity with my countrymen who are struggling to find food back home and with my brother who has not had food for the last three days, in all due respect Mr. President, and I mean no disrespect for your kind hospitality, I will now commence a voluntary fasting for the climate. This means I will voluntarily refrain from eating food during this COP until a meaningful outcome is in sight.”
Mr. President, I have the honor to speak on behalf of the resilient people of the Republic of the Philippines.
At the onset, allow me to fully associate my delegation with the statement made by the distinguished Ambassador of the Republic of Fiji, on behalf of G77 and China as well as the statement made by Nicaragua on behalf of the Like-Minded Developing Countries.
First and foremost, the people of the Philippines, and our delegation here for the United Nations Climate Change Convention’s 19th Conference of the Parties here in Warsaw, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for your expression of sympathy to my country in the face of this national difficulty.
In the midst of this tragedy, the delegation of the Philippines is comforted by the warm hospitality of Poland, with your people offering us warm smiles everywhere we go. Hotel staff and people on the streets, volunteers and personnel within the National Stadium have warmly offered us kind words of sympathy. So, thank you Poland.
The arrangements you have made for this COP is also most excellent and we highly appreciate the tremendous effort you have put into the preparations for this important gathering.
We also thank all of you, friends and colleagues in this hall and from all corners of the world as you stand beside us in this difficult time. I thank all countries and governments who have extended your solidarity and for offering assistance to the Philippines. I thank the youth present here and the billions of young people around the world who stand steadfast behind my delegation and who are watching us shape their future. I thank civil society, both who are working on the ground as we race against time in the hardest hit areas, and those who are here in Warsaw prodding us to have a sense of urgency and ambition. We are deeply moved by this manifestation of human solidarity. This outpouring of support proves to us that as a human race, we can unite; that as a species, we care.
It was barely 11 months ago in Doha when my delegation appealed to the world… to open our eyes to the stark reality that we face… as then we confronted a catastrophic storm that resulted in the costliest disaster in Philippine history. Less than a year hence, we cannot imagine that a disaster much bigger would come. With an apparent cruel twist of fate, my country is being tested by this hellstorm called Super Typhoon Haiyan, which has been described by experts as the strongest typhoon that has ever made landfall in the course of recorded human history. It was so strong that if there was a Category 6, it would have fallen squarely in that box. Up to this hour, we remain uncertain as to the full extent of the devastation, as information trickles in in an agonizingly slow manner because electricity lines and communication lines have been cut off and may take a while before these are restored. The initial assessment show that Haiyan left a wake of massive devastation that is unprecedented, unthinkable and horrific, affecting 2/3 of the Philippines, with about half a million people now rendered homeless, and with scenes reminiscent of the aftermath of a tsunami, with a vast wasteland of mud and debris and dead bodies. According to satellite estimates, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration also estimated that Haiyan achieved a minimum pressure between around 860 mbar (hPa; 25.34 inHg) and the Joint Typhoon Warning Center estimated Haiyan to have attained one-minute sustained winds of 315 km/h (195 mph) and gusts up to 378 km/h (235 mph) making it the strongest typhoon in modern recorded history. Despite the massive efforts that my country had exerted in preparing for the onslaught of this monster of a storm, it was just a force too powerful and even as a nation familiar with storms, Super Typhoon Haiyan was nothing we have ever experienced before, or perhaps nothing that any country has every experienced before.
The picture in the aftermath is ever so slowly coming into clearer focus. The devastation is colossal. And as if this is not enough, another storm is brewing again in the warm waters of the western Pacific. I shudder at the thought of another typhoon hitting the same places where people have not yet even managed to begin standing up.
To anyone who continues to deny the reality that is climate change, I dare you to get off your ivory tower and away from the comfort of you armchair. I dare you to go to the islands of the Pacific, the islands of the Caribbean and the islands of the Indian ocean and see the impacts of rising sea levels; to the mountainous regions of the Himalayas and the Andes to see communities confronting glacial floods, to the Arctic where communities grapple with the fast dwindling polar ice caps, to the large deltas of the Mekong, the Ganges, the Amazon, and the Nile where lives and livelihoods are drowned, to the hills of Central America that confronts similar monstrous hurricanes, to the vast savannas of Africa where climate change has likewise become a matter of life and death as food and water becomes scarce. Not to forget the massive hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico and the eastern seaboard of North America. And if that is not enough, you may want to pay a visit to the Philippines right now.
The science has given us a picture that has become much more in focus. The IPCC report on climate change and extreme events underscored the risks associated with changes in the patterns as well as frequency of extreme weather events. Science tells us that simply, climate change will mean more intense tropical storms. As the Earth warms up, that would include the oceans. The energy that is stored in the waters off the Philippines will increase the intensity of typhoons and the trend we now see is that more destructive storms will be the new norm.
This will have profound implications on many of our communities, especially who struggle against the twin challenges of the development crisis and the climate change crisis. Typhoons such as Yolanda (Haiyan) and its impacts represent a sobering reminder to the international community that we cannot afford to procrastinate on climate action. Warsaw must deliver on enhancing ambition and should muster the political will to address climate change.
In Doha, we asked “If not us then who? If not now, then when? If not here, then where?” (borrowed from Philippine student leader Ditto Sarmiento during Martial Law). It may have fell on deaf ears. But here in Warsaw, we may very well ask these same forthright questions. “If not us, then who? If not now, then when? If not here in Warsaw, where?”
What my country is going through as a result of this extreme climate event is madness. The climate crisis is madness.
We can stop this madness. Right here in Warsaw.
It is the 19th COP, but we might as well stop counting, because my country refuses to accept that a COP30 or a COP40 will be needed to solve climate change. And because it seems that despite the significant gains we have had since the UNFCCC was born, 20 years hence we continue to fail in fulfilling the ultimate objective of the Convention. Now, we find ourselves in a situation where we have to ask ourselves – can we ever attain the objective set out in Article 2 – which is to prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system? By failing to meet the objective the Convention, we may have ratified the doom of vulnerable countries.
And if we have failed to meet the objective of the Convention, we have to confront the issue of loss and damage. Loss and damage from climate change is a reality today across the world. Developed country emissions reductions targets are dangerously low and must be raised immediately, but even if they were in line with the demand of reducing 40-50% below 1990 levels, we would still have locked-in climate change and would still need to address the issue of loss and damage.
We find ourselves at a critical juncture and the situation is such that even the most ambitious emissions reductions by developed countries, who should have been taking the lead in combatting climate change in the past 2 decades, will not be enough to avert the crisis. It is now too late, too late to talk about the world being able to rely on Annex I countries to solve the climate crisis. We have entered a new era that demands global solidarity in order to fight climate change and ensure that pursuit of sustainable human development remains at the fore of the global community’s efforts. This is why means of implementation for developing countries is ever more crucial.
It was the Secretary general of the UN Conference on Environment and Development, Earth Summit, Rio de Janeiro, 1992, Maurice Strong who said that “History reminds us that what is not possible today, may be inevitable tomorrow.”
We cannot sit and stay helpless staring at this international climate stalemate. It is now time to take action. We need an emergency climate pathway.
I speak for my delegation. But more than that, I speak for the countless people who will no longer be able to speak for themselves after perishing from the storm. I also speak for those who have been orphaned by this tragedy. I also speak for the people now racing against time to save survivors and alleviate the suffering of the people affected by the disaster.
We can take drastic action now to ensure that we prevent a future where super typhoons are a way of life. Because we refuse, as a nation, to accept a future where super typhoons like Haiyan become a fact of life. We refuse to accept that running away from storms, evacuating our families, suffering the devastation and misery, having to count our dead, become a way of life. We simply refuse to.
We must stop calling events like these as natural disasters. It is not natural when people continue to struggle to eradicate poverty and pursue development and gets battered by the onslaught of a monster storm now considered as the strongest storm ever to hit land. It is not natural when science already tells us that global warming will induce more intense storms. It is not natural when the human species has already profoundly changed the climate.
Disasters are never natural. They are the intersection of factors other than physical. They are the accumulation of the constant breach of economic, social, and environmental thresholds. Most of the time disasters is a result of inequity and the poorest people of the world are at greatest risk because of their vulnerability and decades of maldevelopment, which I must assert is connected to the kind of pursuit of economic growth that dominates the world; the same kind of pursuit of so-called economic growth and unsustainable consumption that has altered the climate system.
Now, if you will allow me, to speak on a more personal note.
Super Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in my family’s hometown and the devastation is staggering. I struggle to find words even for the images that we see from the news coverage. I struggle to find words to describe how I feel about the losses and damages we have suffered from this cataclysm.
Up to this hour, I agonize while waiting for word as to the fate of my very own relatives. What gives me renewed strength and great relief was when my brother succeeded in communicating with us that he has survived the onslaught. In the last two days, he has been gathering bodies of the dead with his own two hands. He is hungry and weary as food supplies find it difficult to arrive in the hardest hit areas.
We call on this COP to pursue work until the most meaningful outcome is in sight. Until concrete pledges have been made to ensure mobilization of resources for the Green Climate Fund. Until the promise of the establishment of a loss and damage mechanism has been fulfilled; until there is assurance on finance for adaptation; until concrete pathways for reaching the committed 100 billion dollars have been made; until we see real ambition on stabilizing greenhouse gas concentrations. We must put the money where our mouths are.
This process under the UNFCCC has been called many names. It has been called a farce. It has been called an annual carbon-intensive gathering of useless frequent flyers. It has been called many names. But it has also been called the Project to save the planet. It has been called “saving tomorrow today”. We can fix this. We can stop this madness. Right now. Right here, in the middle of this football field.
I call on you to lead us. And let Poland be forever known as the place we truly cared to stop this madness. Can humanity rise to the occasion? I still believe we can.
I didnt follow my plan to a T, i used pure henna instead
300 gms pure henna
8oz lemon juice
8 oz water
16 oz orange juice
2 tbsp molasses (just to help it stick to my hair and also for some nutrients)
Here is the result, the next morning:
– with light my black hair remained black with red shimmer on it
While the grey hair on my fringe turned auburn, as expected
I used the same mix for my mother and father.. Results on white hair is this
After rinsing and drying for 2 hours, I added indigo, which resulted to black
My hair is Type 2C Wavy and thick (Fii– meaning if I tie my hair into 1 pony tail it will be about 4 inches in diameter)…it is quite long (tips reaches just below my breast– near the liver area…so without lighting it looks drab and almost scary looking.. I hope to add shine and highlights aside from covering the grey on my fringe.
My hair color is black with about 10% grey.. see# 5 below
If I apply pure BAQ (body art quality) Henna, it will turn out like the below #5
I am going to follow this procedure to apply Henna on my Hair this coming Friday…
For more information, click here:
For Light BRown highlights effect (Grey will turn light brown- while my black hair would be warm black?)
Ratio is 2/3 Henna to 1/3 Indigo
• Mix henna with lemon juice, grapefruit juice, rainwater, or other mildly acidic liquid, and let it sit
for 12 hours at 75F or 24 C. Add enough liquid to make a paste about the consistency of stirred up
•Mix indigo with warm water and let it sit for 1 minute. Mix them together. The more indigo you
add, the darker the brown. The more henna you add, the redder the brown.
• Section your hair, and apply the paste to your scalp, and gradually work it into all of your hair.
Wear plastic gloves, because the paste will stain your hands. Carefully wipe the paste away from
forehead and ears, because it will stain skin.
• Wrap your hair in plastic, and wrap a towel around that to reduce mess, and increase warmth.
• Leave the paste in your hair for 1 to 5 hours. If you put a dryer bonnet on over your wrapped hair,
and heat it, you’ll get more stain faster.
• Rinse the paste out.
• The stain will darken over the next 2 days. If there’s a slight green cast, that will go away in 1 day.
I saw this on flickr.. it seems we have the same natural hair color (black) but hers is about 50-80% grey mine is only about 10%
and this is how it turned out after she hennaed her hair (pure Henana no Cassia no Indigo):
My mother also have 80% grey on her black hair, but she prefers dark brown– rather than black with red highlights so I will add indigo onto her henna mix.
You may think.. what does Henna have to do with Fasting and Cleansing? well aside from vanity (covering my grey hair) .. there are also some health benefits..not that i have headlice, ringworm or dandruff though.
Henna has been traditionally used as a safe and effective effective cure for head lice, dandruff and ringworm, remedy, but may not appropriate for everyone.
Henna has been demonstrated to be an effective analgesic for hand/foot syndrome from chemotherapy, and appears to be a safe and effective remedy, but is currently being clinically tested, so verification and FDA approval have not yet been granted.
Henna has been traditionally used to treat fingernail and toenail fungus, and appears to be a safe and effective remedy.
Many people find that henna can be therapeutic when used on palms and soles before dancing and drumming.
Though henna tea has been traditionally used as a therapeutic for stomach upset, it is NOT safe and effective to do so.
From MH himself:
People do have some degree of choice, but that choice was known before they were born, so there is never a surprize or chaos in the universe.
Success comes by way of acceptanace that all is God’s Timing and those that wait, are always busy living life to the fullest education.
NEVER TRY to do anything on your own, it will fail……..wait until God directs, because what God does is always done perfect the first time. Accept what God brings into your life, because “all” is done for a reason. Don’t think “you” need better, because as long as “you” are choosing, you will choose wrong…learn to accept what God provides and not the world.
It really is that simple—–just acceptance. If you accept your earthly education your ship will finally sail in…if you fight it, you will drown in sorry and despair.
From one of MH’s customers:
You’ll find a hodge-podge of stuff in natural medicine that doesn’t hold water. It’s very mixed up, some of it is crap for the supplements, and too difficult to put the pieces together. It won’t work on a toxic body, anyway. The more toxic the body, the less any natural supplements will work because the nutrients can’t get to the cells. It’s the cells doing their designed function that says whether a body is healthy or not. Especially if the supplements aren’t food based, they will not work or are mirror images of the natural found in plant life. Like MH has said, the key to health is clean blood. In order for that to happen, you have to eliminate the “dirt” your body has collected over the years in the colon and in the liver. That would be the bugs and stones and chemical poisons ingested as well as dead cells. once that’s accomplished, the lymphatic system automatically drains and it’s bug and other debris has to be flushed out of the liver. The liver filters the blood AND the lymph. Then the blood can clean out the tissues. Blood is a tissue. If the order of cleansing isn’t followed, the junk that comes out of tissue and goes into the blood will make you sick for a while until it goes back into the tissue. You wont’ be able to et rid of it IF the channels of elimination aren’t opened up and working right.
Natural iodine. Ryan Drum, PhD has some good information or do MH’s plant iodine.
My thoughts in just a few words:
Lugol’s Iodine and even Vitamin C are chemically made in a laboratory! Its toxic!.. What we need are natural Iodine and vitamin C from plant sources.
Let thy food be thy medicine! God made plants and trees for our sustenance and healing.
- epsom salt foot soak followed by an olive oil foot wrap
– my facial oil cleansing
I must admit its really hard to do the true OJ fast (nothing but OJ) while working. There is so much distraction and temptations.
So, from Day 22 started eating 1 meal at night, which MH also suggests for those who are doing the 40 day OJ fast who have a day job. So, whats the result when I started eating 1 meal a day? I started feeling that dull ache on the liver area again. Which was relieved by chiropractic adjustments and also the epsom salt foot soak.
I am also doing another Liver Flush this coming Friday- Day 26 (I will start Friday afternoon)= as I do not want to miss Sunday worship service …
Read this curezone thread to understand why I think juice fasting, 1 meal a day (to build up the bile), and then doing a series of liver flush makes sense to me:
In between my fasting and flushing, I will try to be as close to the 80/10/10 diet only with the addition of plant fats (avocado, olive oil, coconut oil or nuts) and also herbs.
I will also be adding the following juice blends in the next 21 days
Basic Blend (as the foundational part of all the other blends)
Fresh Soy Bean
Fresh Almond Milk
Brain Restoring Blend
Wheat Germ Oil
Pumpkin Seed Oil
Fiber / Other Nutrients
Blood Replenishment Blend
Black Bean (raw & sprouted overnight)
Black / Red Dates (raw & sprouted overnight)
Digestive Aiding Blend
Oranges (skinned) – of course ! its a staple
Pineapple (including the core)
I also just want to share my daughter’s notes for last Sunday’s sermon.. This is precisely the reason why, I do not believe in faith healers or faith healing per se…
The healing miracles performed during Biblical times were performed by God himself or men specifically chosen to spread God’s message of salvation. But healing itself is not the sole focus of those miracles.. it was the actual message. So, yeah I do believe in God’s saving grace (as it relates to sin) and that still God works in our midst so that we will heal.. but we can never escape the consequences of breaking the natural law.. and God allows us to suffer through those consequences but He also allows and lets us know the way out (not through miracle healing anymore though).